July 1, 2014–Dressage at Devon announced that the 2014 preliminary Prize List is now available at. Opening date is June 28, 2014. Closing date for the breed division is August 25. Closing date for the performance division is September 2, 2014.
See the Prize List here.
Breed Division will feature Young Horse/Sport Horse Classes, Mature Horse/Breeding Classes, Handler Classes, Non-Championship Group Classes, the Great American Insurance Group/USDF Breeder’s Championship – East Coast Series, Materiale Classes and Individual Breed Classes (IBC), as well as the Born in the USA Breeders Award. Plus, Dressage at Devon will again feature the Three-Year-Old Prospect Championship, introduced last year. IBC classes will include Haflinger, North American Sportpony Registry, Andalusian Horse, Iberian Horse, ISR-Oldenburg, Rheinland Pfalz-Saar, Knabstrupper, Westfalen, North American Danish Warmblood, Lusitano (PSL),Trakhener Oldenburg (Gov), Hanoverian (2 and under and 3 and older), and KWPN-NA (2 and under and 3 and older).
For the second year, the Breed Division will hold a Thoroughbred class, open to any registered thoroughbred, in recognition of the increasing popularity of the breed
Performance Division classes include Fourth Level, Prix St. Georges, Intermediaire 1, Grand Prix, FEI Pony, FEI Junior and FEI Young Rider. The USEF/USDF Licensed Performance Division features USEF Fourth Level Tests, FEI Pony Tests, Young Horse Classes for 4,5,6 yr olds, and the Dressage Seat Equitation. FEI classes include Prix St. Georges, Intermediaire I, Intermediaire I Freestyle, Intermediare II, Intermediate A, Intermediate B, Grand Prix, Grand Prix Freestyle, Grand Prix Special, Junior Team Test, Junior Individual Test, Junior Freestyle, Young Rider Team Test, Young Rider Individual, Young Rider Freestyle, Intermediate II(16-25), Young Rider Grand Prix (16-25), and U-25 Grand Prix Freestyle.
The 2014 show will feature a Medium Tour, introduced this year by the Federation Equestre International (FEI). It was created to assist horse-and-rider combinations transition from the Small Tour to the Big Tour. The Medium Tour will utilize the newly introduced Intermediate A and B Tests and may be offered at either CDI Events and/or USEF/USDF Dressage Competitions.