NLEC DRESSAGE AT RANGIORA
NLEC runs monthly Dressage New Zealand (DNZ) graded and ungraded (open to all) dressage competitions at Rangiora Showgrounds every 3rd Sunday of the month (apart from August). You can find a copy of our latest schedule by going to the drop down bar.
We aim to make our competitions welcoming, supportive and friendly while offering excellent facilities, experienced judges and efficient, hassle-free administration.
NLEC Dressage at Rangiora is not just about competing – it is also about having a great day out at a terrific venue and a chance to catch up with friends and other competitors.
We also offer "Twilight Dressage Training" at Rangiora Showgrounds - ride a test of choice and spend a few minutes with an experienced judge to discuss your sheet and get helpful feedback advice on training and arena-craft.
If you want to improve your scores, develop dressage and hone your arena-craft don't forget both Elaine and Alastair are qualified instructors and Alastair is a listed DNZ judge.
We encourage novice riders, green horses and junior competitors to get into the sport of dressage through our competitions. Many riders who have started out in dressage with us have gone on to become regular competitors at events across the region and beyond:
Madison Munro first started competing in dressage at NLEC where her and her mother, Kim, found the competitions welcoming and very supportive.
Since then she has gone on to compete successfully at the South Island Championships and Horse of the Year and is still a regular at NLEC events.
Many thanks to our generous sponsors for supporting our competitions and ensuring lots of great prizes – show your appreciation by supporting our sponsors.
Want to improve your dressage scores? Don’t forget both Elaine and Alastair are qualified coaches and Alastair is a registered Dressage New Zealand judge – both can help you improve your results.
- Competiton Results
- General Information for Competitors
- Scoring, Results and Prizes Policy
- Rule for Previously Graded Horses
- Guideline for Writers