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Dressage at Devon Breed Sponsorship Opportunities

Dressage at Devon will take place September 26th through October 1, 2017. Each year, Dressage at Devon offers a breed class sponsorship to showcase individual breeds at the largest open breed show in the world. The Individual Breed Classes will be held Thursday, September 29.

Here is what the sponsorship includes:

  • Exposure to the thousands of equestrian enthusiasts who attend the show
  • Sponsorship listing and a black and white 1/8 page advertisement in the program
  • Name displayed on electronic scoreboard at various times throughout breed division classes
  • Two gate passes valid for the entire show
  • Reserved parking for one vehicle on Thursday, September 28th
  • 15 general admission tickets good for any day
  • Listing on Dressage at Devon website (

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Dressage at Devon Announces 2017 Dates and Reserved Tickets

Dressage at Devon is preparing for another exciting show for 2017. Reserved tickets are now available online at Dressage at Devon will take place September 26 through October 1, 2017 at the Devon Horse Show and County Fair Grounds in Devon, PA.

This six-day event features the largest open breed show in the country. The everpopular performance division features top horses and riders from around the world. Measuring nearly 18 acres, the facility includes two lighted outdoor arenas and five covered grandstands with individual and box seating for more than 3,000 spectators. The site also provides warm-up areas with permanent barns capable of stabling approximately 900 horses.

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Day 6 - Juniors, Dressage Explorers, Exhibitions and More

Sunday at Dressage at Devon is a day for the whole family. Junior riders dominate, giving all a view into the future. And while one of the goals is for the whole family to have fun, it is an important part of an effort to engage the under-30 group to the sport of dressage.

FEI Junior Riders
Ava MacCoubrey from Ontario, Canada achieved a score of 70.300 in her technically challenging freestyle test and claimed first place in the FEI Junior Freestyle riding Pablo, a 19-year-old bay KWPN. Ava started riding Western when she was eight years old and her family moved to Costa Rica.

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Day 5 - High Spirits and Top Performances

Nothing dampens the spirit at Dressage at Devon and on Saturday, excitement was in then air, with high level performances throughout the day, the Tempel Lipizzans, and the Grand Prix Classes in front of an very enthusiastic crowd.

Following up on their win in the Prix St. Georges CDI yesterday, Tina Irwin and her equine partner Laurencio claimed the blue ribbon in the FEI Intermediaire I with a score of 73.579. Laurencio is a nine-year-old Oldenburg that Tina and her husband, Jaimey, found in Germany when looking for a horse for Tina. He was not developed and did not stand out, but when Jaimey rode him -- and stayed on awhile -- Tina knew there must be something he liked. It took just three steps for Tina to discover what it was — the incredible elasticity and suppleness of his movements. Has earned the nickname Teddy for his loving nature and lowers his head for a hug from Irwin’s two young children.

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Day 4 - Performance Division in Full Swing

The performance division was in full swing today, with the more than 40 entries in the Prix St Georges, 4, 5, and 6 year old tests, Pony Team Test, FEI Young Riders Team. This year a diverse group of horses climbed to the FEI levels including an Akhal-Teke (a horse breed from Central Asia), a Thoroughbred, a Connemara and a Welsh/Gypsy.

Ladies Show Off their Hats
A group of women gathered in the Dixon Oval on Friday afternoon to exhibit their distinctive hats. Lauren Poppel, adorned with black lace wings and a hat that was home to a pink unicorn, flew away with the Judges’ Choice award.

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