The FEI Dressage Educative Event was initiated by the FEI in 2014 to help developing NFs grow and manage the discipline of Dressage in a sustainable manner. It is designed to educate judges and coaches to the benefit of athletes, based on the FEI World Dressage Challenge system of tests.
This course consists of 4 days of activities—3 days of clinics with a judge and a coach, and ends with a 1-day training competition. It is open to coaches, judges and riders, who will each have different sessions with their instructors.
Date: 3 – 6 October 2015
Venue: National Equestrian Centre / Singapore Polo Club
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The Bukit Timah Saddle Club will be offering a day of dressage during the FEI World Jumping Challenge (Round 2) on 17 October 2015. As such, the qualifying deadline for the FEI World Dressage Challenge has been extended to include that date. Please find the updated qualifying guidelines here.
Additionally, please find the list of currently qualified horse/rider combinations (highlighted in yellow), updated through the SPC Jubilee Weekend Show, here.
The National Equestrian Centre will be hosting the FEI World Dressage Challenge on 24 October 2015. The judges for this year will be Mr Freddy Leyman (BEL) and Mr Carlos Lopes (POR).
This year’s Challenge qualifications guidelines have been revised to require a minimum score of 60% in two tests at the appropriate level. The full set of guidelines may be downloaded here.
The rules and dressage tests for this year’s Challenge may be downloaded from FEI here.
EDIT: The qualification guidelines have been updated to reflect that scores obtained in the FEI Junior Individual Test, which had been offered earlier this year in preparation of the SEA Games, will count towards qualification for the FEI Advanced class. The updated guidelines may be downloaded here.
With the 2015/16 competition season about to begin, please find the 2015/16 competition calendar (Aug-Dec 2015, 2016 calendar to be confirmed) here.
Additionally, there have been several updates to the Annual Equestrian League Rules, available in full here, and summarized below.
- Dressage: From 2015/16 onward, the Dressage Preliminary (Restricted) Championship Category will be dropped.
- Jumping: Riders must score 5 faults or fewer per round to be eligible to receive points for that class.
- General: Riders must be eligible to earn points before they are eligible to win prize money in any class.
Please find the Annual Equestrian League Standings 2014/2015, updated through the SPC June Fiesta Show, available for download (XLSX format) here.
This marks the end of the Dressage season for 2014/2015. Do note that due to unforeseen circumstances in May, the National Jumping Finals 2014/2015 have been postponed to 11 – 13 September 2015, which will be the final Jumping show of the season.
If there are any questions regarding the calculation of points for the season, please contact us.