Sierra Pacific

Dressage Rally

This will be a qualifying rally for the 2017 Festival in Kentucky for full details review the rally packet provided at the bottom of the page.

Non-Qualifiers are welcome!

Date: May 3rd & 4th 
Location: Santa Rosa
Competition Fees: Rider Fee. Fee does NOT includes rally t-shirt, food or shavings. $25/Stable Manager.

Additional fees: Food $70 per person includes dinner friday through Sunday lunch. Camping for non-competitors $5 per person per night. t-shirts $15 polo shirt $20.

Tack Stall: A tack/feed stall is included for each team. Teams may store feed in this stall or use a trailer as feed storage.

Deadline: TBA – No refunds after entries close
Teams: Each team will consist of four riding competitors (or three, if necessary) and one Stable Manager. Any Pony Club Member in Good Standing with a suitable mount and the maturity to handle two days of competition at this level is welcome. We will attempt to combine individuals from different clubs to make up teams if necessary. Teams may be a mix of all rating levels and ages.

Levels of Competition: Competitors are encouraged to pick levels that are appropriate for them to be comfortable and safe while having fun for both horse and competitor.  Each competitor chooses 2 tests at the same level either USEF Intro test A, B or C or USEF Training through 4th level. 

Tests: You will ride the following tests within the Level you choose.
Test 2
Test 3
Musical Freestyle required for those wishing to qualify

Schedule: TBD

USPC Handbook and Rules for Dressage Competition 2019
USPC 2019 Dressage Newsletter
USPC Horse Management Handbook and Rules for Competition 2019

Qualifying Age & Certification Level: Please read the 2019 Dressage Newsletter – D-3 Flat/DR may be Riders or D-3/HM may be Stable Managers for all levels of competition (including Quadrille), but must meet the minimum age of 12 years or older on January 1st of the competition year. Must score 60% or higher on the higher numbered test and perform a musical freestyle at their competition level.

Drug Testing Important Notice!

California Equine Medication Monitoring Program requires that this rally be registered and monitored by the State of California. State drug testers may be onsite to test your mount.
Please read the information below to ensure that your mount is within the medication limits imposed by the State of California.
CDFA – Equine Medication Monitoring Program
2014 Changes to California Equine Medication Rule

For More Information, Contact Rally Organizer: Connie Andrusaitis, ( or 530-864-0472)
Please complete the following rally packet and mail it to Rally Organizer, P.O. Box 698, Curham, CA 95938

Full rally packet available here.  **To Be updated soon for 2019 Dressage Rally**