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Dressage at Devon 2018 Announces Dressage with the Experts Line-Up

Ever wonder what the judges are really thinking? How they came up with the scores?

Dressage with the Experts gives you the inside track. An over-ear style personal receiver allows spectators to follow all the commentary of some of the foremost experts in the world of dressage. For $35 (pre-ordered) or $40 on the day of the show, the digital FM radio receivers can be used anywhere on the show grounds (Friday, Saturday and Sunday only) to listen to the experts describe the riders movements and learn exactly why the judges give the scores they do.

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Dressage at Devon Catches Pony Fever with New Pony Breeding Division



With pony fever sweeping the nation, Dressage at Devon has now announced the addition of an all-new sport horse breeding division devoted to showcasing the talents of ponies. In addition, Devon has also joined the National Dressage Pony Cup’s (NDPC) international network of Partner Shows, whereby ponies can earn high-point ribbons at the event as well as qualifying scores towards impressive NDPC year-end awards.

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Dressage at Devon Announces Breed and Performance Judges for 2018

Dianne Boyd, Dressage at Devon Show Manager announced the judges line up for 2018 Dressage at Devon.

Breed Division

Christel Carlson (S-WA) “R” DSHB “S” Dressage Christel Carlson is an “S” dressage, “R” DSHB and FEI 3* paraequestrian judge. She owns Spokane Sport Horse Farm, a 150 acre boarding, breeding and show facility where she has hosted Dressage and DSHB shows for over 21 years (seven a year) and now two yearly USEA events...

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Dressage at Devon Announces New Breed Classes for Ponies!

Melanie Sloyer, chair of the Dressage at Devon Breed Division, announced that new classes for ponies will be introduced at the 2018 show.

“These classes will ‘mirror’ the breed division in-hand classes. While ponies were included, we felt that classes specifically for ponies would open the field. Classes will include the Colt, Filly, Foal, Mare, Stallion Championships – based on qualifier classes – just as we have held for the horses,” said Sloyer. To view the complete prize list, visit

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Dressage at Devon Announces Scheduling Changes to the Breed Show

Where can you see warmbloods of every type as well as rare and endangered breeds – all in one place? In past years, breeds from Hanovarians and Andalusians to Cleveland Bays, Fiords, Gypsy Vanners, Drum Horses, Knabstruppers, Georgian Grands, and Dales Ponies have paraded in the Dixon Oval, showing off the best of the breeds.

DAD, host of the largest open breed show in the world, has made significant changes to the scheduling of the three days of breed classes. The Individual Breed classes (IBC) have been moved to the first day of the show, Tuesday September 25 instead of Thursday. This change will allow for a more relaxed time schedule and also will give the IBC horses a chance to warm-up in a less congested area.

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