© 2019 by Keystone Dressage and Combined Training Association.


The KDCTA offers schooling shows in the disciplines of Dressage, Western Dressage, Hunter, and Jumper.  Our shows are low key and perfect for riders of any level, a great way to get a young horse some show experience, or learn the behind the scenes by volunteering at the show for a few hours or all day! Keep scrolling down-there is a lot of info on this page!

Harmony Horsemanship Center

Bellwood, PA

Dressage Show

May 18, 2019

Huntingdon Horseman's

Huntingdon, PA

 Hunter/Jumper Show

June 15, 2019

Grange Fairgrounds

Centre Hall, PA

Dressage & Hunter/Jumper Show

September 21, 2019


Dressage Ride Times will be posted 2 days before the show date.  All Dressage Rides must be pre-paid to receive a time.

New for 2019

Hunter Derby

In the two-round format, the Classic Hunter Round (first round) is judged on performance, hunter pace, jumping style, quality and substance, and movement. In addition, the base score in the Handy Hunter Round (second round) reflects brilliance of pace and handiness. In each round, after the judges' base score is given, one point will be added for each high-option fence jumped up to a maximum of four. 

Obstacles are reminiscent of the hunt field and must offer a variety of appearances, such as natural post and rail, stone wall, white board fence or gate, coop, aiken, hedge, oxer, brush, logs and natural foliage. The Handy Hunter Round should simulate riding over hunt country and incorporate options such as tight turns, clever options for jump approaches, hand galloping and trotting a fence. Fences are set at 2'3" to 2’6”, with four high-option fences set up to 2’9”.

The pair with the highest two-round score is declared the class winner. The top eight horse-and-rider combinations ride for ribbons and prize money!

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         **USEF Dressage tests changed in 2019**