The U.S. Dressage Finals are returning this year after a hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Riders from around the country qualified via their regional championships and will head to Lexington, Kentucky, for four days of competition, Nov. 11-14. The number of entries this year—approximately 550—is larger than usual because riders who qualified for the 2020 Finals are also invited to compete.
The Chronicle will be on site Friday, Saturday and Sunday to bring you news, photos and stories on the weekend’s biggest winners and other interesting pairs.
If you’re competing a cool horse or pony or have overcome the odds to make it to the Finals, email Lindsay at email@example.com for a chance to be featured.
Where: Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, Kentucky
Where You Can Watch: USEF Network will be live streaming.
Ride Times, Schedule and Results: Find everything here.
How To Follow Along: The Chronicle will be on-site to bring you everything you need to know at coth.com, so you don’t have to miss a minute of the action. You can find all our coverage of the event in one spot, and you also can follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
We’ll feature more winners in our Dec. 20 print edition.