It will be an equestrian sport fan’s dream. Spectators will have an opportunity to enjoy two different dressage shows simultaneously. Viewpoint Dressage’s Southern Comfort Show, scheduled for March 16-17, will include a United States Dressage Federation-recognized dressage show as well as a show with dressage tests designed for eventers of all levels.
The equestrian sport competitions will be held at Highfields Event Center, and the events will be run as separate shows, said Kay Whitlock, Viewpoint Dressage. The shows will be conducted in different rings.
The competition will serve as a beneficial resource for eventers and their horses who will be riding at the upper levels, experienced riders with green horses, and inexperienced riders with more seasoned horses.
Viewpoint Dressage conducts four shows each year at Highfields Event Center, the MayDay Dressage Show in May, the Labor’s Reward Dressage Show in September and Holiday on Horse in December.
It will be the ideal opportunity for spectators to see some of the nation’s premier upper level eventers and horses compete, in a safe, fun, controlled, family-oriented environment.
For more information, you can access the following website, carolinadressage.com
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