Upcoming Changes for 2020 USDF Breeders Championship Series
Lexington, KY (October 24, 2019)
– The United States Dressage Federation™ (USDF) announced today upcoming
changes to the USDF Breeders Championship Series (USDFBCS), effective January
- Series have been condensed and
reformatted to total nine individual series within the program. Some of
the series names have also changed from previous years.
- Horses will no longer be
required to attend the series final of the series in which they qualify.
While horses may still attend one
series final competition, it can be the series final competition of
- The qualifying score to compete
in an in-hand USDF Breeders Championship Series Final class has been
changed to 75%.
USDF Sport Horse Committee
Co-Chairs Kristi Wysocki and Natalie DiBerardinis had this to say, “Following a
year that saw good growth in many of the USDF Breeders Series Championship
Series Finals, and based upon an in-depth evaluation of the overall
program, the USDF Sport Horse Committee feels that these changes
will further enhance the series, provide flexibility to owners, and
give greater opportunities for participation in the finals. We look forward to
the 2020 competition season and the continued development of this
important program for US breeders.”
The USDFBCS is made possible by
the generous support of our sponsors. For more information about the USDF
Breeders Championship Series, visit the USDF website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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