Central Plains Dressage Society

2022 Year End Awards Program

2022 Schooling Show Standings (Final Placings)

2022 USEF/USDF Dressage Show Standings (Final Placings)

2022 USEF Lite Western Dressage Show Standings (Final Placings)

Rules and Eligibility

  • You must be a member of the Central Plains Dressage Society (CPDS) to participate in the program.  Scores earned prior to joining CPDS WILL count as long as the rider is a member by April 1.  After April 1, scores will only count if the rider is a CPDS member.  In other words, you may join in June and still be eligible for year end awards.  But only scores earned after the date you join will be recorded.  We are offering multiple sets of awards.

    • USEF/USDF Recognized Dressage Shows 

    • USEF Recognized Western Dressage Shows (Lite shows)

    • Schooling Shows (Includes dressage and western dressage)

  • Scores are earned by horse/rider combination.  A horse may be ridden by more than one rider.

  • Awards are based on a median percentage. Scores can be from any test of the level and riding the top test of the level is not required.

  • Scores may only be earned at CPDS shows.  CPDS is offering 6 USEF/USDF shows; 5 USEF Lite Western dressage shows, and many schooling shows.  Click here for a link to the listing of shows.


Scores and Divisions 

  • Scores are earned by horse/rider combination.  A horse may be ridden by more than one rider.

  • All scores are recorded.  The median score of the top 7 scores (unless noted below) will be used to calculate placings.  All other scores will be dropped.

  • Minimum number of scores is required as indicated below:

    • Equitation (recognized shows only) – 3 scores

    • Introductory through third level dressage – 7 scores recognized shows

    • Introductory and Training Level Schooling Shows 10 & under and 8 & under – 5 scores

    • Fourth level, Prix St Georges, Intermediate I, Intermediate II, Grand Prix – 4 scores

    • Sport horse in hand (schooling shows only) and musical freestyle –  4 scores

    • Western dressage introductory through level 1 – 7 scores

    • Western dressage level 2, 3, 4, 5 and freestyle – 5 scores

    • A minimum overall median score is required to earn a CPDS year-end award.  That minimum is 57% for all levels.

  • Scores are updated after each show and will be posted on http://www.horseshowconsulting.com  

  • Awards will be presented at a CPDS party sometime in November.  Awards will include: Champion, Reserve, 3rd through 6th place. Divisions are: Open, Junior; Amateur in all categories.  Schooling show awards will also include 8 & under and 10 & under for introductory and training level.


2021 Results

Recognized Dressage Shows

Recognized Western Dressage Shows

Schooling Shows

2020 Results

Recognized Dressage Shows

Recognized Western Dressage Shows(final)

Schooling Shows (final - revised 11-6)

(included: East & West areas; Dressage & Western Dressage)

2019 Results

Summary of Placings - All Categories

Recognized Dressage Shows (Final Standings)

Recognized Western Dressage Shows (Final Standings)

West Area Schooling Shows (Final Standings)

East Area Schooling Show (Final Standings)

2019 Winter Series Working Equitation Final Standings

2018 Final Placings 

Overall (all shows combined)

Recognized Shows Only

West Schooling Shows Only

East Schooling Shows Only