MayDay Dressage
Pinehurst, NC
May 25 & 26, 2019


Prize List

Well we dodged the bullet with the rain/thunderstorms and the track guys did a wonderful job keeping the rings watered. And the worst of the heat was in the afternoons so it was doable.  Although Friday was a bear! But the SLUSHIES were a hit!!!!
Thank you all for coming. See you for Summertime Blues June 15 & 16, Rise 'n Shine July 13 & 14, Early Morning Blues August 10 & 11 and CoolDown August 31 & September. The slushies are a permanent fixture!



High Scores
Junior/Young Rider: sponsord by Jennifer Flowers
Madison Evans & Duval 65.517% at Training 3

Adult Amateur: sponsored by Lysa Hodgson
Training: Lauren Satterfield & Zappy 67.241%
First: Ken Maginnis & Raubritter 67.500%
Second: Denise Potts & Trebuchet 68.214%
Third: Beth Parsons Bird & Fahrenheit 6.125%
Fourth: Pam Burdett & Rein Czech 65.5136%
FEI: Rhonda Dretel & Winchester 66.471%

Open: sponsored by Diana Hoberecht & Fie Andersen
Training: Heather Mehal & Living the Dream 70.5174%
First: :Penny Goddard & Courageous 67.429%
Second: Caroline Stearns & Biscotti 68.049%
Third: Fie Andersen & Hotley L 69.625%
Fourth: Ines Ritter & Reno 65.513%
FEI: Susan Wiedman & Deep Blue (owned by Mary Tompkins) 65.283%

Breed Awards
Danish: Hotley L & Fie Anderson
Hanoverian: Leonidas l & Kathryn Saunders
TB: Training - Living the Dream  & Heather Mehal
FEI: Ziggy & Rachel King

Thanks for choosing to show with us.
This is show #2 of the 6 counting towards the Swat 'n Sweat championships.

Swat 'n Sweat Series Awards
To be eligible for the series-end awards, you must compete in at least 4 of the 6 shows in the Swat 'N Sweat summer series (Dressage in the Sandhills, MayDay, Summertime Blues, Rise 'n Shine, Early Morning Blues, CoolDown).
Champion will be awarded to the horse/rider combination with the highest average score at each level with a minimum average of 55%. You need at least three scores at the same level to compete for champion.
Adult Amateur champions and JR/YR champions will be awarded at Intro, Training, First, Second, Third, Fourth, and FEI. Open Champions will be awarded at Training, First, Second, Third, Fourth, and FEI
Freestyle scores do not apply.

AQHA recognition has been granted

Read below to see if you are eligible for any of these awards.
Please let show management know (preferably before the start f the show) if any of these awards apply to you.

Is your horse a Thoroughbred?
Check out the Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program and click on "My Account".

Riders must provide show management with a T.I.P. number for each registered Thoroughbred horse entered in the show.

Is your horse a Hanoverian?
No memberships or registrations needed. Just present show management with a copy of the horse's papers. They must have American or German
Hanoverian papers or have a copy of AHS Certificate of Pedigree which proves that the AHS acknowledges that one parent is Hanoverian.

Is your horse a Dutch Warmblood?
The KWPN of North American offers a high score award to horses registered with the association.
The criteria for this award is that the horse has to be in the owner's name with the KWPN-NA and that the owner of record
has to be a current member of KWPN-NA. Rider doesn't have to be a member if owner and rider are different individuals.

Is your horse a Danish Warmblood?
The North American Danish Warmblood Association offers a high score award.
The owner must be a member of NADWA and the horse must be registered with the NADWA.

This show is a partner in the National Dressage Pony Cup Series
Ponies must hold a USEF measurement card. The NDPC does not require registration or membership with their organization in order to be considered for these awards.

The International Rescue Horse Registry is sponsoring a high score ribbon for IRHR members and their horses. The rescue horse must be registered with the IRHR.