Cheyenne Dressage Show


Two USEF Level 2 Dressage Shows Recognized by RMDS 

June 10, 2023 Saturday USEF/USDF: 319700
June 11, 2023 Sunday USEF/USDF: 332892 

Laramie County Community College
1400 E College Dr, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82007 

Full Printable Prize List

Opening Date: May 5, 2023
Closing Date (in secretary’s hand): June 3, 2023

Manager Deeda Randle, (307) 631-1875, 

Secretary Mike Taylor, 1352 West Syphon Road, Pocatello, ID 83204
(208) 241-6068, 

Judges: Debbie Riehl-Rodriguez, CO (S); Sandra Osborn, GA (S) 

TD: Victoria Powers, “r” CO 

Vet: On Call – Frontier Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Laura Brinton – (307) 634-7255
Farrier: TBA 
EMT: On Site – Cheyenne Fire District

Class SATClass SUNLevel Test Division Class FEEFEE w/  Qualify
100 200 Introductory A O, AA, Jr/YR 40
101 201 Introductory B O, AA, Jr/YR 40
102 202 Introductory C O, AA, Jr/YR 40
103 203 OPPORTUNITY Training 1 Adult, Jr/YR 40
104 204 OPPORTUNITY Training 2 Adult, Jr/YR 40
105 205 OPPORTUNITY First 1 Adult, Jr/YR 40
106 206 OPPORTUNITY First 2 Adult, Jr/YR 40
107 207 OPPORTUNITY Dressage Seat Equitation Adult, Jr/YR 40
108 208 Training O, AA, Jr/YR 40
109 209 Training O, AA, Jr/YR 40
110 210 Training O, AA, Jr/YR, Q 40 55
111 211 First O, AA, Jr/YR 40
112 212 First O, AA, Jr/YR 40
113 213 First O, AA, Jr/YR,Q 40 55
114 214 Second O, AA, Jr/YR 40
115 215 Second O, AA, Jr/YR 40
116 216 Second O, AA, Jr/YR,Q 40 55
117 217 Third O, AA, Jr/YR 40
118 218 Third O, AA, Jr/YR 40
119 219 Third O, AA, Jr/YR,Q 40 55
120 220 Fourth O, AA, Jr/YR 40
121 221 Fourth O, AA, Jr/YR 40
122 222 Fourth O, AA, Jr/YR,Q 40 55
123 223 Test of Choice Training–Fourth TOC O, AA, Jr/YR, Q 40 55
124 224 Freestyle Training Level O, AA, Jr/YR 50
125 225 Freestyle 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th TOC O, AA, Jr/YR,Q 50 65
126 226 FEI Freestyle TOC O, AA, Jr/YR, Q 50 55
127 227 FEI Test of Choice TOC O, AA, Jr/YR, Q 50 55
128 228 FEI Test of Choice TOC O, AA, Jr/YR, Q 50 55
129 229 US Eventing TOC TOC 40
130 230 US Eventing TOC TOC 40
131 231 Materiale – 3 yr Fillies 40
132 232 Materiale–3 yr Colts/Geldings 40
133 233 Materiale—4&5 yr Mares 40
134 234 Materiale—4&5 yr Stallions/Geldings 40
135 235 Dressage Seat Equitation AA, Jr/YR 40
136 236 Young Horse TOC TOC 40


A-Adult Amateur (send copy of 2022 USEF AA card w/entry)
Q-GAIG/USDF Qualifying (proof of USEF/USDF membership/registration required for participants and horses).


Great American/USDF Qualifying fee $15
USEF Drug fee (per horse/show) $23
USDF non-member fee $35
Office fee (per entry/show-non-refundable) $25
Change fee after closing date $20
Schooling fee (entry req.) $40
Post entry for entered horses $15
Late Fee $25
Class Sponsorship $25
Haul-in Fee $20
Day Stabling (7am-7pm – if avail) $40
Stabling/Tack – Weekend package $75
Shavings (per bag) $8
Returned Checks $50
Full Hook-ups per night $30 

Clean Stall Deposit (not tack) $60 Please use a separate check – Using online, pay at check-in. 

Make checks payable to Cheyenne Dressage Show. Mail completed entries to Mike Taylor.  

SHOW COMMITTEE: The show committee reserves the right to cancel or split classes; limit class size; change arenas; limit the number of rides and number of horses per rider; and cancel or add judges. The show committee also reserves the right to refuse any entries.

ENTRIES: Accepted on first come, first served basis, based on (readable) postmark. Post entries (postmarked after closing date) will be accepted on a space available basis with late fee. Once the competition is filled a wait list will be established. Wait list will be maintained through June 6, 2023. Current 2023 RMDS entry form or you may use Horse Show Office to enter show. Proof of memberships and horse registrations must be included with entry or printout. If riding freestyle include a copy of qualifying test or USDF verification printout. If entry is incomplete, horse/rider combination will be placed
on the wait list until required paperwork is received. Out of state competitors must provide a current negative Coggins and health certificate. USEF Show Pass is only available online from USEF and must be completed prior to show. You can only utilize one per show year.  

RIDE TIMES: Provisional times will be emailed to riders (please provide a clearly readable email) and on and Official times will be posted at the show office by Noon the day previous to each show. Bridle numbers required at all times when horse is outside of stall. Entry form required if schooling only along with Schooling Fee, Office Fee, and grounds/stabling. Anyone not appearing for any of their dressage tests without prior notification to the show secretary will be “scratched”
from their remaining classes. Those rides will be sold if possible. Ride times may not be changed after noon the day before the start of the entire competition, except in compliance with GR830.5. Scheduling of rides will be done a block style and may be out of order of the rest of the class you entered. 

REFUNDS: Entries and stabling refunded except $25 office fee if entry is withdrawn, in writing (includes e-mail) before closing date. No refunds after closing, even if show must be cancelled. No shows forfeit all fees. If wait listed entries cannot be accepted because of a full show, all fees will be refunded. During competition days no refunds including Acts of God.

COVID-19 Statement: Managing your risk of exposure to the Coronavirus is essential to maintaining good health. At this time, it is appropriate to be cognizant of proper hygiene and incorporating common sense actions into your everyday activities in order to prevent the spread of this virus. Practices such as regularly washing your hands with soap and water or an alcohol based hand sanitizer; practicing good sneeze and cough hygiene; avoiding touching your mouth, nose and eyes with unwashed hands; avoiding close contact with people who are sick; and disinfecting and cleaning often touched objects and surfaces can help reduce your risk of exposure. We will have several sanitation stations on the grounds. 

Any person who has a temperature of 100.4 (F) or higher, has symptoms of COVID-19 or has tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days cannot enter the competition grounds. Anyone who has been in contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 7-10 days cannot enter the competition grounds, except for healthcare personnel who have treated patients using appropriate medical-grade PPE during the course of performing professional duties.

VACCINATION NOTICE: Exhibitors are reminded of USEF’s new vaccination policy, effective 12/1/15; see GR845 for details. You can download the form from the USEF website under the forms section: and bring the completed form, signed by your veterinarian, with you to the competition. If you select the alternative option under the rules, please bring required documentation. Competition Management reserves the right to review vaccination documentation. Non-compliant entries may be quarantined or denied permission to unload, and will not be allowed to compete nor to mingle with other horses. No refunds will be given if right to compete is denied because the vaccination documentation is missing or

REMINDER: All USEF Life and Senior Active members, as well as participants who have regular contact with minor athletes, are required to comply with the U.S. Center for SafeSport training requirement to be eligible to participate in the competition. All participants must adhere to the U.S. Center for SafeSport Code, USEF Safe Sport Policy, and the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies. More information about these can be found at 

AWARDS: Ribbon for first place, ribbons to 6th place. In regular classes, ties will be broken in accordance with USEF DR123. High Point awards for Amateur, Open and Junior each day. Musical Freestyle and Introductory are not included in High Point awards. For high score ties, prizes will go to winners of coin toss. No prize money will be offered. Breed awards are also being added—see table.

STABLING: PLEASE put the name of your BARN OR TRAINER name as to whom you would like to be stable with. The names should ALL match or you may not be stalled together. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. 50 Permanent, deluxe, indoor 12×12 stalls with sliding doors; some with wooden floors; stallion stalls. Additional covered stalls with runs may be available. Send stabling form with entries. Fee includes first bag of shavings for all stalls. Extra shavings available for purchase $8 per bag. Clean stall deposit for all but tack stalls. Please send separate check or present at check-in for those doing online entry. Stalls available at 11:00 AM Friday and must be vacated by Sunday evening.

ARENAS: Show in standard 20×60 m indoor sand arena. Eventing tests to be performed in appropriate size arena. Intro tests and Eventing Tests may be scheduled in 20×40 m arena. Schooling warm-up in outdoor  sand arena. Indoor warm-up will be limited to 3 horses. Lunging in round pens only. Schooling indoors Friday from 12:00pm; hand-walking indoors but outside the competition arena until 30 minutes before show starts in morning and for 30 minutes after show concludes each day except when tractor is present. 

HELMETS: From the time horses are officially admitted to the competition grounds by competition  management, anyone mounted on a horse at any time on the competition grounds, including non-competing  riders, riders on non-competing horses, mounted participants in exhibition classes and those competing in all  classes and tests, including Para-Equestrian tests, must wear protective headgear as define by DR120.6 and  otherwise in compliance with GR801. Any rider violating this rule at any time must immediately be prohibited from further riding until such headgear is properly in place.  

CONCESSIONS: Under the Covid-19 guidelines, we will have bottled water and some limited pre-packaged  snack food. Please plan accordingly for food needs. 

LODGING: Holiday Inn (307) 638-4466; La Quinta (307) 632-7117; Marriott Spring Hill Suites (307) 635- 0006 (closest); for more. RV hookups on west side of arena – $30 per  night. Showers in barn restrooms. 

Opportunity Classes: Opportunity classes (103-107/203-207) are for those wishing to participate in a recognized show experience but who do not wish to participate in USEF/USDF award programs. Participants and horses do not need USDF/USEF memberships and do not pay nonmember fees. At these shows horse/rider combinations may cross-enter into recognized classes with appropriate USDF/USEF memberships or non-member fees.
Horses are allowed to cross enter between opportunity classes and USDF Introductory test and USEA eventing classes.

OTHER: When not stalled, horses must wear their bridle tags. FACILITY RULES: NO DOGS ALLOWED! NO  UNLICENSED DRIVERS MAY OPERATE ANY MOTORIZED VEHICLES ON GROUNDS. Farrier and veterinarian on  call. Their names and phone numbers will be posted near show office and in barn area. EMT on grounds  during show hours. 


Sharps containers will  be available in the stabling area and also in the show office for trailer in horses. Competition management may fine any individuals including trainers, owners, exhibitors, or their agents up to $100 for improper disposal of  needles or other sharp disposable instruments. 

DIRECTIONS From I-25, take College Drive (exit 7) east 4 miles to LCCC on left; from I-80, take College  Drive (exit 364) south 1 mile to LCCC on the right.


Required memberships and paperwork for special awards must be submitted with entries. Documents for special awards WILL NOT be accepted once the first day of competition has begun. It is the responsibility of the participant to confirm eligibility for all special awards.

Other breed awards may be offered at the competition per availability. Any unlisted special award will follow the guidelines – Only scores acquired during USEF tests or USDF tests will be eligible for this award (i.e.: Freestyles/Material/Young Horse classes are ineligible).

Breed Awards are earned on Saturday Only – Scores from test ridden on Sunday will only be applicable for overall Division High Point Awards. They Will NOT be applied toward the scores for Breed Awards.

American Connemara Pony Society 1, 2
American Hanoverian Society 1, 2
American Morgan Horse Association 1
American Trakehner Association 1
American Warmblood Registry4, 7
American Warmblood Society & Sport Horse Registry (AWSSR) 1
Appaloosa Horse Club 1
Arabian Horse Association 3
Arabian Sport Horse Alliance 1
Belgium Warmblood NA Pending
Friesian Heritage Horse & Sport Horse International Pending
Friesian Horse Association of NA 1, 7
Friesian Horse Society 4, 7
Friesian Sport Horse Association 1, 7
Gypsy Horse Registry 1, 7
Gypsy Vanner Horse Society 6
Holsteiner Verband North American District 1, 7
International Andalusian and Lusitano Horse Association 1, 7
International Sporthorse Registry/Oldenburg NA 4
North American Danish Warmblood Association 4,7
KWPN North America 1
Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society/German Oldenburg Verband 1
Region 4 Arabian Horse Association 1
Rheinland Pfalz-Saar International (RPSI) 1
Trakehner Association of North America 5,7
Westfalen Verband 1
  1. Ribbon Awarded for High Point
  2. Horse does not have to be registered with AHS, but must be full US or German Hanoverian
  3. Certificate Awarded for High Point Arabians and Half/Arabians/Anglo Arabians
  4. Certificate presented at show to send to breed society for ribbon
  5. Ribbon directly mailed to winner by breed society
  6. Certificate Only
  7. Membership Requirements for this award