The CSI HOY competition year is Nov 1st through Oct 31st of the following year
CSI HOY in Dresssage is determined by scores earned, based on high percentage average at each level.
USDF, USAE, Equine Canada & non-rated (schooling) shows can be counted toward HOY awards. To qualify as a “show” standard tests must be ridden and the classes must be placed with awards (ribbons awarded).
NEW for 2013…..First Level and above scores must be from rated shows, US and Canada rated shows qualify. This is a change in requirements, so please plan accordingly. The remainder of HOY rules apply with no other changes.
In order for dressage tests to count, they must be dated and signed by the judge, including the name of the horse AND rider.
Dressage horses may compete and earn awards in two consecutive levels within a single competition year. Training through Grand Prix.
A minimum of 5 scores per level must be submitted to qualify for HOY awards. Minimum score if 58% or higher to qualify, including at least 2 scores from the highest test at the level (excluding USDF Intro, which must submit one test from the highest test of the level), with a total average (of all submitted scores) of 60% required to qualify.
Please submit test sheets (original or all sides photocopied) including judges signature, to the CSI office , postmarked within 15 days of the date on the dressage sheet. Tests must be current dressage test as required by USDF rules.
Dressage HOY will include Junior/Young Rider, Amateur & Open awards at the following divisions: