Our purpose is to promote dressage interest, knowledge, training and competition. Although concerned primarily with dressage, we welcome any type of horse or rider, regardless of individual aims.

– Alamo Dressage Association Bylaws

 
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Alamo Dressage Association

LATEST NEWS!


Spring Dressage Show -
CANCELLED

It is with much regret that Alamo Dressage must cancel the March 28-29 USEF/USDF recognized show. USDF will not be counting scores earned between now and April 15th toward Regional Qualifying due to the COVID-19 situation.

Read Below About Refunds

To be fair to Competitors while mitigating costs to ADA, we will issue
refunds of most fees, except the following:
  • $32 per show day office fees ($64/weekend)
  • Any on-line payment convenience fees - if applicable
If you paid by Credit Card:
You will receive a refund via check in aproximately 5 buisness days.

If you paid by Check you have two (2) options:
1. We can invoice you for the office fees and when paid, return your check or tear it up, OR
2. We can deposit your check and issue a refund check. Refunds would not go out until March 25th.
Please email Llorye Flores, our Treasurer, to let her know which you prefer. Please do not stop payment on your checks as, per USEF GR913, you will still be responsible for the office fees, online convenience fee (if applicable) plus a $35 NSF fee.

If you entered the show but have not paid:
You will be sent an invoice for the office fee.

Just a reminder that ADA is a non-profit organization. These fees are needed to help defray facility costs, officials and staff costs and other fees ADA has incurred so we can continue to offer competition opportunities and educational events. We thank you in advance for your cooperation and we appreciate your patience! Be well!


A Winning Mindset for Equestrians -  WILL BE RESCHEDULED
TBA - Retama Equestrian Center
Melissa Walker is a licensed therapist and lifelong amateur equestrian. Her Winning Mindset clinics offer riders an introduction into understanding the emotions, beliefs, and behaviors that are getting in the way of riding their best, and having their best relationship with their horse. Her clinics help the riders get in tune with their body, thoughts, emotions, and equine partner. Participants can expect to finish the clinic with more insight into their own emotional and thinking processes and how these affect their horse.


Freestyle Symposium with Cynthia Collins - RESCHEDULED

November 13-15, San Antonio Rose Palace
Our annual spring symposium will feature Cynthia Collins from Luna Tunes Freestyle design.  Some of Cynthia clients include Hilda Gurney and Heather Mason! Besides being a freestyle designer over the last two decades, Cynthia Collins has designed freestyles at all levels, including PARA and Western Dressage.  She is also a freestyle competitor and puts herself and her work in the ring and in front of judges.  She knows first-hand what riders are experiencing.  She was also a Technical Delegate for many years so she has been able to talk with judges on the latest trends and thoughts for judging freestyles.  This has proven to be of great benefit to her clients.   She does not sell "stock" freestyles as she believes all freestyles are personalized for each horse and rider.  All freestyles are custom.  

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2020 Board Member Changes


Jim Humphreys joins us as Vice President, Llorye Flores has moved into the Treasurer position, Tracy Augustine has moved into the Secretary position and Erin Bell joins us as Junior/Young Rider Chair. Thank you to these board members for offering their service!

Fall Schooling show Championships & Open Show

For results visit  www.showsecretary.com. Filter on "schooling shows". Thank you to all our volunteers! 


San Antonio Fall Dressage I & II - September 7-8, 2019

For Results visit www.showsecretary.com
Special thanks to our Education Committee, Lisa Mattson, Karen Silvers and Deb Peterson for organizing a great tack sale which raised $560!  Also special thanks to some of our donors - Candy Hennesey Mensen who donated a saddle, Kit Griffith who donated her earnings of $200 and Amy Allen for donating a large bucket of Platinum.


Earn Money for ADA!

For every bag of Nutrena Feed, Progressive or Cargill product purchased at Wheelers, Nutrena will donate $1.25 to ADA!  Just mention ADA at checkout!




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