Ottawa, ON, Jan. 18, 2020 – Equestrian Canada (EC) is pleased to announce the dates for the 2021 Para-Dressage Video Competition Series, presented by Ride Every Stride.
The 2021 competition entry deadlines are:
- February 15
- March 15
- April 15
- July 15
- August 15
- September 15
- October 15
- November 15
First, second and third place winners will be awarded prizes including Ride Every Stride gift certificates. Riders who participate in a minimum of four competition legs during the current year are eligible to be considered for the High Point Championships. Additionally, riding centres that enter riders in a minimum of four competition legs during the current year are eligible to be considered for the High Point Riding Centre Championships.
All competitors must hold a current EC Sport Licence for the Bronze level or higher to enter the Para-Dressage Video Competition Series. This can be renewed or purchased online through MyEC. In order to renew your EC Sport Licence, you must first renew with your Provincial/Territorial Sport Organization (PTSO). In some cases, it may take a few business days for your PTSO to process your renewal before your EC renewal can be completed.
Please read the Para-Dressage Video Competition Series Competitor Guidelines carefully before submitting your entries, as this document contains important information.
Submit Today for the February Leg!
The submission deadline for the first leg of the 2021 Para-Dressage Video Competition Series is coming up quickly on February 15.
Submit your entry today using EC’s online portal!
About the Para-Dressage Video Competition Series, Presented by Ride Every Stride
The Para-Dressage Video Competition Series provides riders of all levels and abilities with the opportunity to experience competition conditions in the comfort of their home stable and on a familiar horse. Participants compete against riders with similar abilities nationwide by submitting videos that are judged by EC certified Dressage Judges.
Video competitions encourage riders to develop effective skills and provide them with an opportunity to compete in a progressive and structured environment. They are a fantastic way to ensure that all riders across Canada, no matter how geographically isolated, have the chance to compete. Competition is an integral part of athlete development and provides riders with new goals, as well as a sense of empowerment and accomplishment.
To download class information and to enter online, please visit www.equestrian.ca/sport/para-dressage/programs.
For additional information, please contact:
1-866-282-8395 x 146