The William Woods University Spring Recognized Dressage Show will be held April 11-12 in the UPHA indoor arena on campus, beginning at 8 a.m.
Both WWU and non-collegiate riders can compete in the show, which is free and open for public viewing. Ida Anderson Norris of Stuart, Florida, will judge the competition.
The Spring Dressage Show is a USEF/USDF-licensed show. Because the show is recognized, riders can use this show to get scores for medals, regional qualifications and year-end awards.
“I always look forward to Spring Show. It is exciting to have a recognized show right here on campus,” said Stephanie Freeland, sophomore from Zionsville, Indiana, and Dressage Club president.
“I enjoy the behind-the-scenes work that the students get to see that we wouldn’t normally think about when going to a show held at another facility. I am also looking forward to hopefully get scores to go to my USDF Bronze and Silver Medals.”
Introductory, training, 1st-4th level, FEI level and opportunity test classes will be offered. Opportunity classes are available for those who are not USEF or USDF members.
For more information, contact Karen Pautz, clinical instructor, Equestrian Studies, Dressage, at Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org.