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!! BREAKING NEWS !!
DRESSAGE, BY CHANCE? SHOWS 1 AND 2
Dressage, By Chance? Shows 1 and 2 are USEF licensed / USDF recognized dressage shows held Saturday July 28 (show 1) and Sunday 29 (show 2), 2018. Although not FADS shows, they are at By Chance Farm, which also hosts FADS shows. The closing date for the shows has been extended to July 12. This is an opportunity for riders that may not usually participate in licensed/recognized shows to have the experience of such a show. Regular classes are provided, as well as Introductory Level classes (A, B and C) and Opportunity classes (Training 1 & 2, First 1 & 2). For the Introductory and Opportunity classes, USEF and USDF horse and people memberships are not required. Entrants in the Introductory classes are required to pay the office fee ($30) and USEF & Drug Fee ($23) plus the cost of the classes entered ($35 per class). Entrants in the Opportunity classes are required to pay the Office Fee ($30) plus the cost of the classes entered ($35 per class). The Grounds Fee is waived. Click here for more information and prize lists.
HORSE TRAILER FOR SALE
2005 Sundowner SunLite 777 2-horse bumper pull horse trailer for sale. Click here for information.
WHAT IS FADS?
Frederick Area Dressage Shows (FADS) is a web site that lists independent casual dressage schooling shows (not combined training shows, though eventing tests can be usually ridden) located in the Frederick County, Maryland, area. FADS is not an organization - it does not hold shows, it does not have members and it does not have any money. The FADS web site is a free marketing service for farms that hold casual dressage schooling shows; the site communicates their show information to Frederick County area dressage riders. For riders, the FADS web site is a way to find and participate in casual dressage schooling shows without all the "red tape" and high cost. Read more ...
INFORMATION ABOUT FADS DRESSAGE SCHOOLING SHOWS
Each show is managed independently by the sponsoring farm. The show management determines specific guidelines for their show, including how to enter the show, which tests are offered, test fees, etc. Read more ...
The 2018 Spring/Summer FADS Show Season has 22 shows listed. Read more ...