Awards Program Information
All scores received at any USEF/USDF recognized show or USEA Horse Trial in the USA are eligible for inclusion in our Awards Program. All scores received at any GDCTA recognized schooling show are also eligible for inclusion in our Awards Program as long as they are sent in on time, on the correct form, and otherwise conform to the rules for that discipline.
Before you show, you may want to refresh your understanding of the program Rules below.
Pam Kimble Memorial Trophy - Awarded to the highest Average Score for a Jr/YR from all USDF shows.
To qualify: you must be a GDCTA member at the time of earning the scores and you must have checked the “Recognized Awards Program” participation on your membership application.
CA Solant Perpetual Trophy - Awarded to the highest Average Score for an Adult Amateur for the 5 (only 4 in 2020) GDCTA-hosted dressage shows. Presented at the GDCTA Awards Gala, January 2021.
GDCTA-hosted Dressage Shows 2020:
• May 9-10: Greater Atlanta Dressage Southern I & II (2 shows), Conyers, GA
• Sept 5-6: Labor Day Classic I & II (2 shows), Conyers, GA
• Oct 10-11: Atlanta National Fall Dressage (1 show) [will run as a schooling show in 2020], Conyers, GA
Winners will received official notification that they have won an award
via mail in December.
An annual celebration of the year’s award winners and GDCTA’s largest fundraising event. An opportunity for all to mix, mingle, sparkle and shine!
GDCTA holds an annual gala honoring GDCTA dressage and combined training competition winners. It begins with a cash bar reception, followed by dinner and an awards ceremony. Additionally, attendees have a chance to take a chance in the Barn Basket Raffle and to bid on fabulous items in a silent auction. The annual Awards Gala is GDCTA’s major fundraising event with proceeds earmarked for clinics, shows, forums, and more. The Awards Gala is a great way for members to show their support for the dressage and eventing community in Georgia.