• 22 Jan 2022
    • Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Technical Delegate Rusty Cook will present from a TD perspective on ring stewardship, tack check, the new dress code and more.

    Maribeth St Cyr will teach scribing and scoring.

    For more information, click here

    • 22 Jan 2022
    • Raven Ranch

    Raven Ranch TDC Recognized Schooling Show on January 22

    Entries open January 1 and close on January 19.

    For more information, contact Casi Majeski at

    Prize List 

    • 22 Jan 2022
    • 7:15 AM - 4:00 PM
    • University of Arizona Farm

    The 6th Annual Southern Arizona Equine Health Symposium will be held Saturday, January 22 at the University of Arizona Campbell Farm.  Topics include: colic, laminitis, asthma, allergies, healthy feet, vet and equine industry careers, among others.

    For more information, click here:

    • 12 Mar 2022
    • 13 Mar 2022
    • Pima County Fairgrounds

    USDF and USEF recognized

    Each show day is considered a stand alone competition

    • 9 Apr 2022
    • 10 Apr 2022

    Developing Collection with Dr. Hilary Clayton and Jennifer Truett

    Hosted by Dressage Club of New Mexico (DCNM).

    This symposium will feature presentations by world-renowned veterinary biomechanics researcher, Dr. Hilary Clayton (see cover article in USDF Connection, July/August 2021). Joining Clayton will be celebrated trainer and USDF FEI B Certified Instructor, Jennifer Truett, to work with a small group of horse-rider pairs on issues of self-carriage.

    According to Clayton, Dressage is biomechanics in action. Understanding biomechanics gives you a new perspective on training. Whether you are a professional trainer or amateur rider in any dressage-related discipline, if you are interested in assuring that your horse is as fit and as sound as possible, Developing Collection is a symposium designed for you.

    Space is limited for in-person auditors and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

    A video stream of the event will be presented by NMD for a limited time after the conclusion of the symposium.

    You won’t want to miss this dressage event of the season! For further information, please contact Wendy Wilkins at

    • 16 Apr 2022
    • 17 Apr 2022
    • WestWorld, Scottsdale

    ADA Spring Celebration  at WestWorld, Scottsdale

    • 3 Jun 2022
    • 5 Jun 2022
    • Pima County Fairgrounds

    Contact:  Rosemary Gordon Panuco at;


    • 8 Jul 2022
    • 10 Jul 2022
    • Pima County Fairgrounds

    Contact:  Rosemary Gordon Panuco at;



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TDC Schooling Show Rules.pdf

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