Canterbury Dressage Trophies

 Canterbury Dressage Group

Canterbury Dressage Silver Salver (Horses)

Canterbury Area Horse Hi Points prize – Level 5 and below.

For points gained at all graded competitions run by Canterbury Dressage held at McLeans Island, to include Sl Champs if Canterbury Dressage run them.

Grading classes only. 1st to 4th placings to count provided 57% is achieved, with 7, 5, 3, and 1 points respectively.
Winner 2021: Tanya McKenzie

Huntaway Trophy (Advanced Horses)

Canterbury Area Advanced Horse Hi Points Prize.

Points to be gained as per Canterbury Dressage Silver Salver
Winner 2021: Catherine Polden

Falk Family Trophy (Ponies)

For the pony with the most points during the season.

Open to ponies from any NZEF area. 57% or more in grading classes, including ponies which are placed in horse classes. Shows organised by Canterbury Dressage to count.
Winner 2021: Katie Fitzsimons

Kaye Fissenden Memorial TrophyAwarded by ]ill Gould for outstanding contribution to Canterbury Dressage.
Winner 2021: Ken Wilson
The Judges Bell (Judges)

Canterbury Judges Recognition Award donated by Linda Warren.

To be awarded by a panel of two consisting of Canterbury Area Judges officer and the South Island Riders Representative.

Awarded yearly at the conclusion of The South Island Dressage Championships.

In Recognition of the judge seen to be most effectively improving the quality of dressage by judging combinations using a fair, unbiased  and knowledgeable approach.
Winner 2021: Mel van der Pol

Susan Edwards Memorial TrophyLevel 2/3 Musical
Winner 2020: Janelle Sangster Ward
Zebadee TrophyWinter Series
Winner 2021: Cherie Pearson

 

September / October Days

Zip Plumbing Supplies Points TrophyPonies 1st to 4th placings in grading classes 57% or more.
Winner 2021: Holly Hanson
Sunsfield TrophyDonated by ]ill Gould for horse with most points.
Winner 2021: Janelle Sangster Ward

 

Canterbury A&P Show

The Kate CupElementary test
The Sharon Smith Memorial TrophyElementary test

 

Canterbury Dressage Championships

June Orbell Trophy Preliminary Championship
 Winner 2020: Lynette Wood
Canterbury Dressage Group Trophy Novice Championship
 Winner 2020: Tanya McKenzie
T & G A&P Association Trophy – Miss June Orbell Elementary Championship
 Winner 2020: Vanessa Baxter
Silver Cup Timaru A&P Association – re-donated by June Orbell Medium Championship
 Winner 2020: Diane Wallace
Highland Laddie Cup Advanced Medium Championship
 Winner 2020: Sarah Gray
Te Peka Galston Memorial Trophy Advanced Championship
 Winner 2020: Amelia Greening
Pine Meadows Equestrian Park Trophy Small Tour Championship
 Winner 2020: Lorraine Ward-Smith
Jill Gould Memorial Trophy Medium Tour Championship
Winner 2020: Fiona Sharp
Four Mile Challenge / Glyn East Cup Grand Prix Championship
 Winner 2020: Barbara Chalmers
Giddens Family Cup Pony Championship
 Winner 2020: Madeleine Collins
Charlie Meares Memorial Trophy Small Tour (Class 71)
 Winner 2020: Lorraine Ward-Smith
Flush Memorial Trophy Advanced (Class 60)
 Winner 2020: Amelia Greening
Abbotsburn Challenge Goblet Best Turned Out Combination
 Winner 2020: Vanessa Baxter
Joy Pearce Memorial Challenge Trophy

 For young riders on horses, best four percentages during the Championships.  (Canterbury area riders only)
 Winner 2020: Sandra de Koning

Sophie Luddington Memorial For young riders on horses Level 3 and above
 Winner 2020: Millie Thompson
 Ayton Printpak Trophy Highest individual % at the Championships.
 Winner 2020: Cherie Pearson
 Yeti Memorial Trophy Highest individual % in musical freestyles
 Winner 2020: Tanya McKenzie
 Highstyle Dolly Trophy Highest individual% for a Young Rider in a Pony Musical Freestyle (L3 and  above)
 Winner 2019: Lucy Cochrane

 

South Island Dressage Championships

Buckton Tumbledown Trophy

Champion Pony
Winner 2021: Kate Stalker

Star Helmets CupPreliminary Championship
Winner 2021: Cherie Pearson
Vetco Products Ltd Challenge TrophyNovice Championship
Winner 2021: Tanya McKenzie
NZ Friesian Sporthorse Stud TrophyElementary Championship
Winner 2021: Mary Davis
Tantrum Memorial TrophyMedium Championship
Winner 2021: Anya Durling
Diplomat Memorial TrophyAdvanced Medium Championship
Winner 2021: Nicki Ford
Bandmaster TrophyAdvanced Championship
Winner 2021: Sally Field-Dodgson
Boss IISmall Tour
Winner 2021: Lorraine Ward-Smith
Clearview CabatteroMedium Tour
Winner 2021: Fiona Sharp
Mary Turner TrophyBig Tour
Winner 2021: Catherine Tobin
Monique MemorialHighest % Musical
Winner 2021: Catherine Tobin
Roanoak Just Tru MemorialCold Blood Award
Winner 2021: Millie Thompson

 

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