May 9-10, 2020
Greater Atlanta Dressage Southern (USEF/USDF #661 ) (May 9)
Greater Atlanta Dressage Southern II (USEF/USDF #328930 ) (May 10)
Georgia International Horse Park
1996 Centennial Olympic Parkway
Entries can be completed online at or by completing the entry forms included at the end of this prize list.
Management requests that all entries be created on EqEntries.com. If you do not already have a user account with EqEntries.com, please sign up.
There is no charge to join EqEntries, create an entry or print an entry.
So, if you choose to print your entry and mail it with a personal check, the service is free.
Sponsored by Wilsun Custom Horse Blankets
GDCTA – Trophy and six ribbons awarded in each class for AA, Open
and Jr/YR Classes will be run in their entirety and pinned AA, Open and
Lisa Seger Insurance High Point Awards: for AA, Jr/Yr, and Open for
Training Level through Fourth Level. One award for FEI levels,
National Dressage Pony Cup High Point Ribbon
Richard’s Equine Video will award $50 for AA high point award for
Saturday Classes. Presentation on Sunday at lunch break.
High Point Award for Imported German Sporthorses. Saturday
Classes. Sash sponsored by Eurimports Equestrian, Stephanie &
Glen Hartigan. Sign up at show. Have documentation on hand.
High Point Award sponsored by Rising Star Farm for Belgian Sport
Horse/Studbook SBS competitor with the highest score. Saturday
Classes. Sign up at the show. Sign up at show. Have documentation on
“Solant” Perpetual Trophy for Top AA Average Score for four GDCTA
Recognized Dressage Shows. To be presented at the Annual Gala.
Mounted Awards Ceremony on Sunday for competitors and sponsors who would enjoy a formal presentation and photo opportunity.
Adult Amateurs~ This award is for you!
CA Solant Perpetual Trophy - Awarded to the highest Average Score for an Adult Amateur for the 4 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
• Aug 29-30: Labor Day Classic I & II (2 shows), Conyers, GA
• Oct 10-11: Atlanta National Fall Dressage (a schooling show in 2020), conyers, GA
Greater Atlanta Dressage Southern I and II are two separate shows and require two separate entry forms and documentation. Both shows will use the same judges. Qualifying classes will have a different judge each day. Both shows are considered as one competition for the above listed championships.
If you are entering both shows PLEASE put all STALL information and payment on the first show entry form.
Greater Atlanta Dressage Southern I: May 9, 2020
Greater Atlanta Dressage Southern II: May 10, 2020
Be a volunteer!
Looking for help with ring set up and tear down and everything in between!
Sign up here.
Volunteers needed both days as well as for set up.
Set up is Wednesday ~ 3 rings
Tear down is Sunday, after the last class ~ 3 rings
To Be Held:
1996 Centennial Parkway
Closing: In Secretary’s Hand:
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Show Manager &
sign up online:
Vendor & Sponsorship Coordinator:
Stable Manager & Night Watch:
Sweet Dreams Night Watch
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Per the Horse Park website, “Barn 7” is the Exhibition Hall on the hill behind the big warm up. Barns 6 and 7 have 10x10 stalls. Barns 1-5 have 11x12 stalls.
Stable chart is posted on the Show Info page.
May arrive on Friday after 12:00PM, must vacate by 7pm Sunday.
Earlier arrivals and later departures must get permission from management and pay
$40/night fee. NO paddocks are available.
STABLING GROUPS: Please use ONE Consistent GROUP NAME for
everyone who wants stabling together in a single GROUP. Please be
USEF Safe Sport Training Requirement
Starting January 1, 2019, if you are a USEF Competing
Member 18 years of age or older you are required to
complete the core Safe Sport Training within 30 days
of activating your membership.
If you do not complete the training, you are
ineligible to participate in all USEF activities
TAKE the SAFE SPORT TRAINING at USEF.org by
logging into your member dashboard.
Be Part of the Solution! Give us your input to help us help the Horse Park keep your riding there happy.
We know there are grumblings about the footing at the Horse Park but generally speaking we are not directly informed and often cannot do anything, especially after the fact. The Horse Park is always willing to work on the rings for us when they know what we need.
So, when you are riding there next, take notes if you run into any too soft or too hard spots. Let us know which ring and where within the ring. We can ask that those areas be adjusted before our next show… Also, note if you can hear the PA system in the barns. If not, which barns, which stalls? Any issues with bathrooms or stalls - Which ones? We need the details in order to request any help from the Horse Park.
Those are things we can do.
What we cannot do:
1) Get new footing (It’s M10 and sand. Is your ring at home any different?)
2) Change the concession stand. However, we can invite food trucks for Regionals in October. If you have any particular types of food or know any specific truck vendors, get us the info and we’ll invite them!