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What Class A Arab Shows Have Dressage?


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#11 OhTina

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Posted 11 November 2010 - 05:41 AM

Thanks everyone for the tips and links. Some great shows and most are not too far away. Hope to see some of you at them next year!
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Posted 15 November 2010 - 07:58 PM

Region 11 has several great shows with dressage - Missouri All Arabian in March, Illinois/ARAB, Inc. in June (last I knew the LARGEST non-National dressage/sport horse Arabian show in the US), and ABU in Springfield. The Region 11 Championships directly follow the ARAB, Inc. show at the same facility. We just bring in different judges :) All are GREAT shows with GREAT competition if you're willing to travel more.

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Posted 02 December 2010 - 04:56 AM

I am in northern Ohio, and the only show that's even kind of close is the OHAHA show in the spring. That is my biggest peeve about the AHA. I only show dressage and SHUS, and don't get much for the membership $$. I usually go to the open dressage shows in my area, and end up paying even more for those classes to count.
Had my membership lapse for a few years, but have to bite the bullet this season, to go to SHN in September.

I think you are better off in southern Ohio. Like suggested, check the USDF competition calender for your dressage region (2?), and look for the shows restricted to Arabians.