International Criteria published
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2018 Membership renewals:
Please download and fill out the Membership form with all the details, Name, address Date of Birth, Phone Number, and e-mail address. We will not be able to process incomplete forms. Please also ensure that you “tick” the first Box that you agree to abide by the rules and Policies. The other 3 boxes are there for your choice. Please sign the form and in case of membership under the age of 18 please ensure that the legal guardian signs the form as well.
Send the completed and signed form to: Dressage Ireland CLG, c/o GT Electric, Main Street, Cavan with a cheque or postal order
For those wishing to make payment electronically the forms can be scanned and emailed to Office and payment can be made via the membership option on the Dressage Ireland Shop Page Simply add the relevant options to your shopping basket, check your order and quantities at the checkout stage and complete the required fields marked with an asterix and ensure to fill in in the member name / horse name section.
Please note Memberships will only be processed on receipt of the membership form as well as payment.
Dressage Ireland National Youth Training: Alison Mastin Moore
Eastern Region Under 25 training
More Judges Training
Joint Press Release from Eventing Ireland and Dressage Ireland
Judge Training Plans for 2018
Leinster Dressage 2017 / 2018 Winter-Spring League Results
Anne Marie Dunphy and Urbanus who retained their Irish National Dressage Championship title at Cavan with 67.60% in the Grand Prix.
(photos by Alf Harvey)
Dressage Ireland is very grateful to the Irish Horse Board, The Irish Sports Council and Horse Sport Ireland for their continued support of the sport of dressage in Ireland. Once again this year an allocation from the proceeds of the National Lottery to the Irish Sports Council has made this funding possible.