Courtenay CADORA held a dressage test day on Sept. 21.

Courtenay CADORA holds dressage test day

 

 

 

Courtenay CADORA (local dressage riders association) held a dressage test day Sept. 21 despite the rain and windy weather.

Sheila Skene from Victoria ably judged the riders on their tests, then gave each a mini-coaching session in order to build on the strengths of each horse and rider combination. This was a great feedback for each rider and much appreciated by all.

Thank tou  to all our  generous sponsors, including: Quinnwood Meadows, Indigo Equestrian, Vancouver Island Enterprises, Daryl Robbins CGA, Hitec-Brazen Sportswear, South Country Feed, Summerside Tack Shop, Greenhawk Vancouver Island and Jean and Bruce Bell for helping make the year’s events such successes.

A huge thank you to all our volunteers for their hard work and long hours planning, preparing and running each show for 2015.

 

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