The Bermuda Dressage Group held the Caribbean Equestrian Association’s [CEA] Mini Dressage Challenge and the Bermuda Dressage Group [BDG] May Show at the National Equestrian Center on Vesey Street this weekend.
The CEA Mini Dressage Challenge saw held under the watchful eyes of two judges Jeanne McDonald and Cara Witham, however only McDonald’s score counted for the CEA results. Both McDonald’s and Witham’s scores counted for the BDG show championship.
During the CEA Event, Dawn Fox riding Lancelot won the FEI Prix St. George’s Class recording a score of 66.447%, while Robin Stempel won the USEF Training Level Test 3 Children Class with a score of 65.400% riding Happy Feet.
Abby Bardgett riding What A Deal won the USEF Training Level Test 3 Class with a score of 68.200%, Melissa Tatem-Samsn finished second riding Midori with a score of 67.600% and Ann Lindroth finished third riding Carolina Gold, they recorded a score of 62.600%.
Kayla Bardgett won the BDG USEF Training Level Test 1 Class riding Dream Come True with a time of 64.063%, Robin Stempel and Happy Feet won the BDG USEF Training Level Test 2 Class recording a score of 69.375%, Abby Bardgett and What A Deal finished second with a time of 68.482% and Carolina Gold ridden by Ann Lindroth finished third with a score of 65.536%.
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