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Featured Event - The LandSafe Clinic provides you with an opportunity to see for yourself the difference rider education can make to a fall scenario. This program is designed to teach the basic skills to improve body awareness and self-preservation.

Learn best practices for falling off a horse from the LandSafe horse simulator! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uaJCwivbto

LandSafe is an unmounted two day (approx. four hours per day) training program designed to teach the best practices of fall prevention and response. The curriculum relies on one-on-one interaction as well as group learning. Riders receive ample time on the gymnastics mats where they will learn body shaping drills and exercises to reduce their rider risk in a fall scenario. On the simulator throughout the two days participants will practice a rotational fall, a rear, off the shoulder and emergency dismount.  Learn More




Upcoming Events

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Arizona State Championships

State Championships are fast approaching. 

They will be held this year in Tucson at the Pima County Fairgrounds on November 20-21.

Qualified riders and horses may be found here:

Unsure if your horse was nominated? Here is the list:

Some horses have qualified with multiple riders.   Only one horse/rider combination will be eligible to show:

If you have questions concerning your eligibility , please contact Paula Madden at cactusdressage@outlook.com

Arizona State Championship Rules

Planning ahead for next year?   You may nominate your horse for 2022 starting this year at the ADA show, November 6-7 and at the TDC show in the regular show classes.

Sign up to Volunteer at the Fall Festival And State Championship Show.

Come out to help and see some beautiful horses and rides!

Sign Up Here:



Some important information regarding the upcoming TDC Fall Festival and State Championship show being held at the Pima County Fairgrounds on November 20 & 21. 

NOTE:  THE USEF Waiver & Release AND the USEF Entry Agreement have been updated effective 08/25/2021.  PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE USING THE UPDATED VERSION WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR ENTRY.  Entries submitted with outdated waiver/agreement will be charged a $15 incomplete entry fee.

Access the The USEF waiver-release form:

Access the The USEF entry form:

As always, volunteers make our shows flow and enable us to keep staging shows.  Please consider giving a few hours of your time to help make this show a success!  Contact Christine Morales, our volunteer coordinator, at christine.1952@yahoo.com or sign up here via the Sign up Genius.


Sponsorships also help us host a successful show.   There are many opportunities to sponsor  or advertise in the show program.  To sponsor or advertise and pay via credit card, here is the link:    If you  prefer to mail in your sponsorship or advertising information, you may use this form.




    Scores & Awards

    TDC puts on several USDF/USEF shows each year. We also host schooling shows and recognize schooling shows hosted by other approved organizations. TDC has a Year-End Awards Program for both USDF/USEF-recognized shows and for schooling shows.

    March Madness I & II Recognized Show Results (3-13 & 14,2021)

    Road Runner I Recognized Show Results (June 4-6, 2021)

    Road Runner II Recognized Show Results (July 9-11, 2021)

    Tucson Dressage Club 2020 Year End Awards 


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