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2019 GAIG/USDF Regional Dressage Championship Dates And Locations Selected

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The U.S. Dressage Federation has selected the dates and locations for the 2019 Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Dressage Championships.

Dates and Locations*:

Region 1 (Oct. 3-6) at the Senator Bob Martin Eastern Agricultural Center, Williamston, North Carolina

Region 2 (Sept. 11-15) at the Waterloo Hunt Club, Grass Lake, Michigan

Region 3 (Oct. 11-13) at the Georgia International Horse Park, Conyers, Georgia

Region 4 (Sept. 26-29) at the Maffitt Lake Equestrian Center, Cumming, Iowa

Region 5 (Sept. 19-22) at the Colorado Horse Park, Parker, Colorado

Region 6 (Sept. 19-22) at the Devonwood Equestrian Center, Sherwood, Oregon

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Region 7 (Sept. 19-22) at the Murieta Equestrian Center, Rancho Murieta, California

Region 8 (Sept. 19-22) at HITS on the Hudson, Saugerties, New York

Region 9 (Oct. 3-6) at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center, Katy, Texas

*This information may be subject to change.

The championships recognize the outstanding efforts of riders in each USDF region and provide an excellent opportunity for spectators to view the top competitors in their respective regions. Additionally, the top amateur and open riders at each of the championships, who have submitted a declaration of intent, and completed all other requirements, will receive an invitation to compete at the U.S. Dressage Finals.

Kathy Sedlak of Great American Insurance Group added, “Our role as title sponsor of the regional championships has afforded a great opportunity to acknowledge outstanding individuals and the sport of dressage.”

Competitors qualify for Great American/USDF Regional Championships by competing in designated qualifying classes throughout the year at USDF-recognized dressage competitions. For more information on the regional championship program or the US Dressage Finals, visit the USDF website at www.usdf.org or contact regchamps@usdf.org.

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