British Dressage


British Dressage

British Dressage is the organisation which oversees all affiliated dressage competitions and training in the United Kingdom. British Dressage is a member of the British Equestrian Federation.

The current chairman of British Dressage is Jennie Loriston-Clarke. The current president is the Duchess of Richmond, and the current vice-president is Desi Dillingham (President of the British Horse Society).

The organisation was set up in January 1998, and now has over 12,000 members and organises more than 2,000 days of competition per year.

In addition to the usual dressage competitions, British Dressage also oversees the British Young Riders Dressage Squad (BYRDS) and all para-equestrian dressage.

Links

[http://www.britishdressage.co.uk/homepage British Dressage]


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