KDA Fall Classic 1
Located in the Dressage complex.
OCT. 12- 13 —The KDA Fall Classic I will be held at the Kentucky Horse Park. This is typically our smallest recognized show, making it a great time for novice horses and riders to experience the horse park and to give riders an opportunity to brush up before the finals. The show is recognized by KDA, AHA, MSEDA, IDS, MODA, NODA, AQHA, TIP and NDPC.
Judges: Kathleen Barbosa and Charlotte Trentleman
Opening date is Aug. 31; closing date, Sept. 28.
2020 KDA Summer Classic I & II
KDA Summer Classic I & II will be held in the Dressage Complex at the Kentucky Horse Park. We will use barns 1-4 and 5-7. This is a level 3 show and sanctioned by KDA, AHA, MSEDA, IDS, MODA, NODA, AQHA, TIP and NDPC.
Judges: Dolly Hannon, Heidi Berry
TD: Susan Moran
Opening date and closing dates are expected a month before the competition
MSEDA Dressage at the Park
Kentucky Dressage Association Fall Classic
The Kentucky Dressage Association Fall Classic is a KDA recognized Dressage show with classes from introductory level to grand prix level. For more information on the Kentucky Dressage Association Fall Classic please go to www.kentuckydressageassociation.com or call (859) 351-4137. Photo courtesy of Phelps Photos.
Paul Frazer Memorial Combined Test & Dressage
The Paul Frazer Memorial Combined Test and Dressage Competition is dedicated to a former CKRH Board Member who for years worked to remove physical barriers to handicapped young people in our schools. Paul designed the first handicapped bus in the Fayette County Public Schools, and his design later served as a model for all handicapped buses in Kentucky. As Director of Maintenance for Fayette County schools, Paul oversaw the construction of handicapped ramps, installation of elevators and other structural remodeling to ensure access for every student.
Paul's work with the handicapped and his interest in horses came together in the 1980s when he and his wife, Betty, accompanied a friend to her riding lesson. Paul was so impressed with CKRH that he volunteered to help do whatever was needed. “Hey Chief, what do we need to do today,” were words often heard by someone calling for help. Even after major surgery, Paul continued to help with CKRH. Although he was physically limited, his spirit was strong in cheering everyone on.
We miss seeing Paul, but evidence of his work is around us always. This annual show is dedicated to his memory. It's our way of saying, “Thank you,” and maybe it is his way of ensuring that CKRH continues to provide recreational, therapeutic and socialization opportunities to students of all ages.
KDA Spring Warm Up & Annual Dressage Show
For more information, visit www.kentuckydressageassociation.com, or visit the Kentucky Dressage Association Facebook page.