Mid-South Eventing & Dressage Association

MSEDA Dressage Awards

Dressage year-end high score awards, first through fifth place, shall be presented by MSEDA in the following Dressage divisions or division sub-classifications:

  • Introductory Level - Junior Rider
  • Introductory Level - Senior Rider
  • Introductory Level - Master Rider
  • Training Level - Junior Rider
  • Training Level - Senior Rider
  • Training Level - Master Rider
  • First Level - Junior Rider
  • First Level - Senior Rider
  • First Level - Master Rider
  • Second Level
  • Third Level
  • Fourth Level
  • FEI
  • Musical Kur
  • Western - Junior Rider
  • Western - Senior Rider
  • Western - Master Rider

** Following horse show rules, we reserve the right to combine subdivisions if there are fewer than five qualifiers.

**Points will be awarded to first through fifth place finishers who achieve a score of 50% or higher at competitions sanctioned only by MSEDA.

** Double points will be awarded at USEF and USDF sanctioned competitions that are also sanctioned by MSEDA if a score of 50% of higher is attained.

** In open divisions with no Junior/Senior/Master sub-classificaion, points will be awarded for first through fifth places and assigned to the proper Junior/Senior/Master categories.

** In the event that there are fewer than five competitors in the class, points will be reducted according to the following schedule:

PLACING

  1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH
5 or more entries 5 4 3 2 1
4 entries 4 3 2 1  
3 entries 3 2 1    
2 entries 2 1      
1 entry 1        

The following will also recieve a trophy and a ribbon.

* Dressage High Point Award - Awarded to the horse/rider combination who have amassed the greatest number of points competing in dressage during the competition year.

* Dressage High Point Junior Rider - Awarded to the rider under age 18 who has amassed the greatest number of points competing in dressage during the competition year.

* Dressage High Point Senior Rider - Awarded to the rider age 22 - 49 who has amassed the greatest number of points competing in dressage during the competition year.

* Dressage High Point Master Rider - Awarded to the rider age 50 and over who has amassed the greatest number of points competing in dressage during the competition year.

* Dressage High Point Adult Amateur - Awarded to the amateur rider over age 21 who has submitted a copy of his/her USEF amateur card to the Dressage Points Chair and amassed the greatest number of points competing in dressage during the competition year.

* FEI Certificate of Achievement - Awarded to any rider who has achieved a minimum score of 57% at the FEI level at an USEF/USDF- recognized competition. A copy of the qualifying test, including judge's signature, must be submitted to the MSEDA Dressage Points Chair in order to be eligible.

* Dressage High Point Mare - The Tundra Memorial Trophy - Awarded to the mare who has amassed the greatest number of points in dressage during the competition year. ** This includes a perpetual trophy as well as the individual trophy.

* Dressage Company's Musical Kur - Awarded to the horse who has amassed the greatest number of points at musical kur competitions during the competition year.

* Outstanding Dressage Show - Must be sanctioned by MSEDA. This award is determined by nomination and vote of the general membership at the annual awards banquet.

To be elgible for all awards:

1. The Competition Year begins on November 1 and runs through October 31 of the following year.

2. The rider must be a member in good standing and fulfill the minimum volunteer hours (eight hours total -- four at either the Mid South Dressage at the Park or Mid South Team Challenge).

3. Activate the horse - notify the Administrator on the membership form of the horse/rider combination. Points accrue only after activation date is in effect.

We also present the following awards:

* Kob Ryen Memorial Trophy - Nominated and Voted on at the Annual Meeting by the general membership and awarded to the individual who has done the most to further the purpose of MSEDA during the year. It may be awarded to a rider or a non-rider. ** This award consists of a perpetual trophy as well as an individual trophy.

* Bryn Wilborn Memorial Trophy - To recognize MSEDA young riders who have participated in the North American Young Rider Championships in dressage or eventing. Their names will be inscribed on the Bryn Wilborn Memorial Trophy on display at the Kentucky Horse Park, and each will receive a commemorative julep cup.

* Volunteer Julep Cups - Up to twenty five individuals may be awarded volunteer julep cups each year to recognize the efforts of outstanding volunteers.

Current Season Points

Updated 03/30/2022

Results include the following shows:

Snowbird Winter Dressage Series: March 5-6, 2022
Spring Run Dressage Show: March 20, 2022
Paul Frazer Dressage and Combined Training Show: March 27, 2022


First Last Horse Level/Class Points Show
Sarah Andres Ima Little Waki Third Level 1 SRUN-MAR
Sarah Andres Ima Little Waki Third Level 1 SRUN-MAR
Emily Aschbacher River's Edge Training 5 SRUN-MAR
Linda Betts He's Rising First Level 2 SRUN-MAR
Linda Betts He's Rising First Level 1 SRUN-MAR
Linda Betts Koko Chanel First Level 1 SRUN-MAR
Linda Betts Koko Chanel First Level 1 SRUN-MAR
Emma Brown Soldier First Level 4 SB-MAR
Nora Brown Leal First Level 3 SRUN-MAR
Nora Brown Leal Training 2 SRUN-MAR
Hannah Buss Covenant Treasure Hunt Training 5 PFHS
Laura Corsentino Gravitas PSG 2 SB-MAR
Laura Corsentino Gravitas Fourth Level 1 SRUN-MAR
Laura Corsentino Gravitas PSG 1 SRUN-MAR
Jodi Dickey Dream Come True Second Level 4 SB-MAR
Arielle Ferrell Parkmore's Miss Demeanor Second Level 1 SRUN-MAR
Amelia Jean Foster Chance Training 4 SB-MAR
Ella Graham Knick Knack Introductory 1 SB-MAR
Hannah Graham Kentwood Introductory 1 SB-MAR
Grace Grider Mimms Peppy Miracle Western 2 SB-MAR
Grace Grider Mimms Peppy Miracle Western 1 SB-MAR
Grace Grider Mimms Peppy Miracle Western 2 PFHS
Grace Grider Mimms Peppy Miracle Western 1 PFHS
Jennifer Hardy Ferdinand Training 2 SB-MAR
Jennifer Hardy Ferdinand Training 5 PFHS
Anna Hichborn Dunlap  Classic City Third Level 2 PFHS
Anna Hitchborn Dunlap Classic City Third Level 3 SB-MAR
Aliina Keers Hawksbridge Training 5 PFHS
Jeannie Larkin Cellusana Space Cowboy Training 2 SB-MAR
Camryn Mattox Synthesizer First Level 1 SB-MAR
Rachel Miles Cooley Keystone Training 3 SB-MAR
Rachel Miles Cooley Keystone Training 5 SB-MAR
Isabelle Montes Valentino Second Level 1 SB-MAR
Isabelle Montes Valentino First Level 1 SB-MAR
Isabelle Montes Valentino First Level 2 PFHS
Ellen Murphy Solstice PSG 2 SB-MAR
Christine Pasko Essential Elegence Training 3 SB-MAR
Christine Pasko Essential Elegence First Level 5 SB-MAR
Claire Rigney Ballyerk Comet Training 4 SRUN-MAR
Ruth Rosendaul Kaloosh First Level 5 SB-MAR
Ruth Rosendaul Masterpiece Z First Level 1 SB-MAR
Deborah Saliling Yadier First Level 2 SB-MAR
Deborah Saliling Yadier First Level 2 SB-MAR
Deborah Saliling Yadier First Level 1 SB-MAR
Tiffany Shewmaker Decker Western 2 SB-MAR
Tiffany Shewmaker Decker Western 1 SB-MAR
Heather Thomas Arcturus First Level 1 SB-MAR
Heather Thomas Carry Me Home Training 1 SB-MAR
Heather Thomas Carry Me Home First Level 5 SB-MAR
Karen Winn Shawkilito Western 2 SB-MAR
Karen Winn Shawkilito Western 1 SB-MAR







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Midsouth Eventing & Dressage Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

MSEDA’s mission is to promote and preserve the sports of Eventing and Dressage in the Mid-South area, by providing leadership and education to its members and the community at large. To further these goals, MSEDA will provide educational opportunities, fair and safe competitions, promote the welfare of the horse and rider and reward the pursuit of excellence from the grass roots to the FEI level.



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