Who We Are and What We Do
The Columbia Dressage and Combined Training Association was chartered as an official Group Member Organization of the United States Dressage Federation in 1988. Our mission, then as now, was to provide educational and competition opportunities for the small but growing group of mid-Missouri equestrians interested in dressage and eventing (formerly known as combined training). In the last 25 years our membership has grown into a vibrant organization of around 70 people, and our club has sponsored many clinics with Olympic veterans. We are proud to announce that we are now an official 501-C(3) organization.
The Next CDCTA Meeting will be our Awards Banquet - January 17th at Jack's Gourmet Restaurant & Bar, 1903 Business Loop 70 East. Appetizers and beverages start at 6pm with supper (to be ordered from a limited menu) starting at 7. $25 per person which includes tax and tip, your meal, and ice tea or soda. Cash bar will be available!
The CDCTA dressage arena is now available for rental to approved groups for a cost of $65 per event. Renting party is responsible for pickup and delivery back to wherever the arena is currently stored, and any damage or needed repairs are the responsibility of the renter. If renter is a current member in good standing of CDCTA, rental fee is $50. Same pickup/delivery and damage clause applies
CDCTA 2014 Year-End Award Winners
Walk/Trot Dressage Champion: Robyn Armer & Verra Della
Walk/Trot Dressage Reserve Champion: Robyn Armer & Allemande
Intro Level Dressage Senior Champion: Crystal Kendrick & Four Point Oh
Intro Level Dressage Senior Reserve Champion: Crystal Kendrick & Improv-T
Intro Level Dressage Junior Champion: Alyssa Kendrick & Apollo
Training Level Dressage Champion: Serah Volden & Mosely
Training Level Dressage Reserve Champion: Marina McCoy & Meeting Highlights
First Level Dressage Champion: Karin Loftin & Feragamo
Beginner Novice horse Trials Champion: Judy Owens & Springcliff Grand Command
Beginner Novice Combined Tests Champion: Judy Owens & Springcliff Grand Command
Congratulations to CDCTAs New Century Club Members
The Century Club recognizes Dressage riders and horses whose combined age totals 100 years or more. Horse and rider perform a Dressage test of any level, at a Dressage show or event, and are scored by a Dressage judge or professional.
Liz Hotchkiss rode Danish Warmblood Oliver. Read more at http://www.dressagefoundation.org/Liz_Hotchkiss_Century_Club.htm
Bill Wise rode Jake for his century ride. You can read more at http://www.dressagefoundation.org/William_Wise_Century_Club.htm