The Four Clubs Challenge is done!

Congratulations to the winners of the 4CC Challenge Prep, Preliminary, Novice, Elementary and Medium Champions and Reserve Champions.

A big ‘thank you’ to Dressage NSW Inc and Equestrian NSW for their ongoing sponsorship and to Skye Park Rugs for the beautiful saddle covers and bridle bags.

πŸ’ Preparatory Champion: Jane Keevers – Lil’ Badger

πŸ’ Preparatory Reserve Champion: Louise Curzon – Dorothy

πŸ’ Preliminary Champion: Emily Neilson – Burrowa Bobbi Sox

πŸ’ Preliminary Reserve Champion: Paige Moxey – Shadow Danseur

πŸ’ Novice Champion: Emily Neilson – Burrowa Bobbi Sox

πŸ’ Novice Reserve Champion: Bridget McCosker – MoΓ«t

πŸ’ Elementary Champion: Emerson Sirl – Aloha Silhouette

πŸ’ Elementary Reserve Champion: Indiana Burke – Rubinz MJS

πŸ’ Medium Champion: Kim Kleven – Windermere Lost My Sock

RESULTS – 21 April 2019 Competition Results

What a wonderful start to our 2019 season. The weather Gods delivered a perfect Easter Sunday. Click on the link below to download the results.

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SOUTH EAST NSW 4 CLUB DRESSAGE CHALLENGE 2019

The second round of inaugural South East NSW 4 Club Dressage Challenge will be held at the FSCDA 21 April 2019 Dressage Competition.

It is a competition for all members of Bemboka Show Society, Eurobodalla Dressage Association, Far South Coast Dressage Association and Monaro Equestrian Association.

The aim of the challenge is to encourage riders to travel to the other three Clubs increasing competition and providing opportunities to met with other dressage enthusiasts.

It is also hoped to facilitate the mentoring of local judges with higher level judges traveling to officiate at the designated events.

Points will be allocated for placings at each level with an award and prizes at the conclusion of the year to the highest aggregate scorer at each level. The Challenge tests will be the Preparatory D and the Preliminary to Medium B’s.

The first round of the 4 Club Challenge was held in February at the Monaro Equestrian Association Dressage Championship Weekend.

[x_button shape=”square” size=”regular” float=”none” block=”true” href=”https://www.fscda.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/4-Club-Challenge-Flyer.pdf” title=”Click Here” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”] 4 Club Challenge Flyer[/x_button]
[x_button shape=”square” size=”regular” float=”none” block=”true” href=”https://www.fscda.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/About-4-Clubs-Challenge.pdf” title=”Click Here” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”] Frequently Asked Questions – 4 Club Challenge[/x_button]

Results to date are available on the various Club’s Facebook pages or click on the link below.

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FSCDA would like to thank our very generous sponsors – these are our Sponsors:

Glen Mia Saddlery 02 6492 1469, Jason Sirl Excavations (02) 6492 8449

Rankin Builders, LJ Hooker – Bega, 2EC & Power FM, Dial Before You Dig 1100, Les Hayes Automotive, Eagle Embroidery, Southern Farm Supplies, Candelo Stockfeeds, Pell- Rixon Bega, Bega & Cobargo Veterinary Hospitals, Cobargo Co-Operative Society Ltd, J & K Gardner, Christine Connolly Equine Dentist, Anna Ford, Epona Equine Massage & Laser Therapy, Bobbins Transport, Wattlelane Stables, South Coast Tyres, Amber Bray Hoof Trimming, Glen Mia Saddlery, Kim Poso Properties, Rose Park Equestrian, Wheelers Oyster.

Lunging area, where to warm up, warm up etiquette

Hi all,

Cobargo showground is a huge space with an abundance of area to warm up before a competition. As a safety measure the FSCDA committee has designated the sand arena ( near the toilets ) as a riding only warm up area,  lunging on the sand arena is no longer allowed. A lunging area has been designated in the cattle parade arena ( the arena with the white fence opposite the back of the canteen) , we can of course still warm up on the  showground ( riding only). Continue reading Lunging area, where to warm up, warm up etiquette

Far South Coast Dressage Association