Competitors, please note there has been a revision to dressage arrangements for the 5thJune. See below for details and links to the British Carriage Driving Dressage Tests that will be used for classes.
There is also a slight change to the overall format of the day, which will be entirely outdoors. There will be dressage, a full cones course and a separate obstacle course. The event will not be World Cup Style as previously thought, so apologies for any confusion caused.
The Dressage Tests are now as follows and will be held in an 80m x 40m arena:
Pre-novice Class (horses and ponies) – BC Pre-novice 2008 Test.
Novice Singles Classes (horses and ponies) – *Please note the NEW BC Novice Test 2021. https://www.britishcarriagedriving.co.uk/dressage/bc_novice_2021.pdf
Open Singles, Intermediate Singles, Open Pairs and Tandems (horses and ponies) – *Please note the NEW BC Test 2 2021.
Please Note:- Marathon Dress for Dressage, Cones and Obs. & Wheels In
Our thanks to the Event Organiser, Alison Bryson for hosting NICDA’s first competition of 2021.Please contact Alison with any queries, but further information on entry fee, entry arrangements, etc. will follow from NICDA closer to the date.
This event will be subject to Covid-19 Restrictions.
Directions from the North:
Coming from the A1 Carriageway from Belfast direction, turn left at Loughbrickland (Sign posted for Rathfriland), then turn immediate left to follow the road through the A1 underpass. On coming out at Loughbrickland, turn left at T junction, then take first right onto Greenan Road situated just at the bend on the road. Travel approximately 2-3 miles; you will pass Fourtowns Church continue on past it taking next right at the next crossroads onto Fourtowns School Road. We are the second house on right hand side – has Killysavan House on pillar. All lorries, horseboxes eyc should take the yard entrance, which is next on right.
Coming from South
Turn off A1 carriageway at Loughbrickland, then turn immediate left onto Greenan Road and follow instructions as above from Greenan Road.