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Wild Rose Dressage Provincial Awards

Welcome to the Wild Rose Dressage Provincial Awards Program. This program rewards competitors receiving high test scores in Wild Rose sanctioned dressage competitions. For the 2024 competition season, Wild Rose dressage competitors can use test scores from Wild Rose dressage competitions to qualify for year-end awards in a number of categories. The winner and the runner-up will be decided by the average of their two highest test scores.

The AEF will accept dressage scores earned from any Wild Rose dressage show. These scores will count towards year-end awards (year-end division Champion and Reserve Champion). Horse and rider combinations must enrol in the program for the show season and submit their dressage scores in to receive year end awards.

Program Information

Excerpt from pending Wild Rose Competitions Rulebook, Section 5 - Dressage, Chapter 2.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
  1. The award year runs from November 1 of the prior year through October 31 of the current year.

  2. Owner and rider must be an AEF member in good standing at the time the scores are earned.

  3. Horse and rider combinations must be the same.

  4. Horse and rider combinations may only receive one award per year at the highest level for which they qualify.

  5. Four horse and rider combinations must enter into an award category for a champion and reserve champion to be awarded at year-end.

POINTS CALCULATIONS
  1. Award standings are calculated based off of average test scores from signed judges cards from Wild Rose classes.

  2. Horse and rider combinations will be considered for rewards if they have a current AEF membership.

  3. Both owners and riders must have AEF membership

  4. Award standings are calculated on the average score of submitted applicable tests.

  5. Horse and rider combinations must submit a minimum of two scores from different judges at the same level to be eligible for awards.

  6. Where combinations submit more than two scores from different judges, the average will be taken from the two highest test scores.

  7. Tests must be submitted by October 31.

CLASS AND DIVISION SPECIFICATIONS
Junior Division

Open to riders aged 18 and under at the start of the award year

  1. Introductory and Training Level

  2. First and Second Level

  3. Third and Fourth Level

Amateur Division

Open to amateur riders

  1. Introductory and Training Level

  2. First and Second Level

  3. Third and Fourth Level

Open Division
  1. Introductory and Training Level​

  2. First and Second Level

  3. Third and Fourth Level

Highest Dressage Test Score

Combination that has the highest score submitted.

 

​Para-Dressage

Combination that has the highest score submitted.

Open to any combination that completes a para-dressage test.

 

Western Dressage

Combination that has the highest score submitted.

Open to any combination that completes a western dressage test.

Enrolment Application

Enrolment for the Wild Rose Dressage Provincial Awards Program can be down by completing the online form.

Only horse and rider combinations that have completed the enrolment application will have their submitted dressage scores recorded.

ENROLMENT APPLICATION

Online submission to enrol in the Wild Rose Dressage Provincial Awards Program.

Submit Dressage Scores

Submit your dressage scores from Wild Rose dressage competitions.

Remember horse and rider combinations must be enrolled in the program, and submit a minimum of two dressage scores from two separate judges to be eligible for year-end awards.

SUBMISSION FORM

Please complete this form to submit your dressage scores.

Program Information
Enrolment Application
Submission
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