Awards Programs

Northwest Florida Chapter is proud to offer many opportunities for our competitive members. Below you will find a list and description of all the different Awards Programs.

 NWFL Year-End Awards Program

NWFL Chapter of DSDCTA offers a Year-End Awards program for our members. We track scores throughout the year and recognize our members at the Annual Awards Banquet held each November. Riders, trainers and friends/family celebrate the accomplishments of our members throughout the year. 

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Thoroughbred Incentive Program

Do you ride a Thoroughbred? This program is designed to encourage the retraining of thoroughbred horses after their racing careers. From the first T.I.P. event at Red Hills International Horse Trial in Florida on March 8, 2012 through the end of 2018, there were more than 4,490 horse shows and events with T.I.P. classes or awards held in 50 states and Canadian provinces. More than 41,500 eligible Thoroughbreds participated in these shows and events, competing for thousands of ribbons, hundreds of prizes and thousands of dollars in prize money simply for being a registered Thoroughbred.

In 2019, more than 1,300 sponsored horse shows will be offering awards for Thoroughbreds in 42 states and 6 Canadian provinces and in virtually every imaginable discipline.

For more information and to apply for a FREE T.I.P. number, click here.

Western Dressage Association of America Championships

Do you ride Western Dressage? Our shows for 2020 are WDAA Recognized shows. WDAA honors the horse in its rightful place as the living symbol of the American West, value the partnership between the horse and rider, and also celebrate the American West as the beautiful and legendary place where it all began and continues today.

For more information and to apply for membership to WDAA, click here

For information on the Florida Affiliate, WDAFL, click here

Southeast Schooling Show Championships

Each year, Chatt Hills Eventing in Fairburn Ga hosts a Schooling Show Championship for those who compete in primarily schooling shows. They offer Dressage, Jumpers and 3-Phase Eventing. All schooling show scores are eligible for submission to qualify for the Championship. Riders must earn a 1-5 placing at at least 2 shows (with one clean XC run for Eventers). Riders must submit scores to the SESSC and must be a member of a GMO (like ours!!). 

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USDF Regional Schooling Show Awards


The USDF Regional Schooling Show Awards Program will offer regional recognition to USDF Group Members, competing in non-USEF-licensed/non-USDF-recognized competitions. The program will start on December 1, 2019 and run December 1 through November 30 yearly.

Four award divisions, including open, junior/young rider, adult amateur and non-professional will be recognized per region. The open division will offer six levels of recognition (Training, First, Second, Third, Fourth and FEI), with the junior/young rider, adult amateur and non-professional divisions offering an additional seventh level (Introductory).

USDF Group Members and non-USEF-licensed/non-USDF-recognized competitions that would like to participate in the USDF Regional Schooling Show Awards Program may do so by submitting the applicable application.

For more information, click here.

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