May 2018
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Show season is in full swing!
President's Message

Spring is an exciting time for horse people. For those who don't head to Florida for the winter, it means better riding weather, more turnout time for our horses; and for us all it means Facebook and Instagram are full of adorable photos of foals.

Some of those foals that you see on Instagram today could be heading into the ring for Dressage at Devon's Breed Show - which is one of the largest in the world. And during the Performance Show, we'll likely see horses that have made their way through the ranks from foals being shown in-hand, to Young Horse classes, and then on to the open classes at 4th level or FEI.

Dressage at Devon is the pinnacle for breeders and trainers alike. We'd love to have you join us to see how all of their hard work pays off.

Dressage at Devon - Experience it for yourself!


Lori Kaminski
President, Dressage at Devon

Breed Show News
2018 brings a new format to our Breed Show.
The Individual Breed Classes, (IBC) will be held on Tuesday. With over 20 breeds represented, it's the perfect way to kick off one of the largest breed shows in the world. We're also bringing back the popular Parade of Breeds!

So far we have the following breeds:

  • Highland Pony 
  • Dales Pony
  • ISR Oldenburg
  • GOV Oldenburg
  • Arabian
  • Half Arabian
  • Norwegian Fjord
  • Hanoverian
  • Irish Draught

Don't see your favorite breed included? Email Melanie Sloyer , Breed Division Chair.
Are you looking for a way for your product or company to reach a wide
audience of equestrians?
Consider advertising on the Dressage at Devon webcast.
Dressage a Devon is accepting applications for advertising during
the weekend webcasting of the show September 28-30, 2018. This webcast
reaches thousands in the USA and around the world.
For more information,
please contact John Henderson by emailing or calling 610-202-8343
We have a limited number of boxes available for this year!

We have a limited numbers of boxes open for this year! Contact us at
for more information.
Tickets are currently available via our website,
and box renewal letters will be going out in early June. 
Judge's Spotlight
The Stick Horse Competition attracted some adults, too!
In our last newsletter, we told you who our 2018 judges are, now we'd like to introduce you to 2 of them: Janine Malone and Christel Carlson .

Janine Malone (R-NC)
Janine Malone has had a lifelong involvement with horses. She is a USEF “R”
Dressage judge, “R” Dressage Sport Horse Breeding judge, “R” Dressage Technical
Delegate and a Level 3 FEI Chief Steward for Dressage.
She was USDF Region 1 Director from 1996-2001, USDF Secretary for eleven years,
and the USEF Vice-President for FEI Affiliates for several years. Janine has been an
instructor/trainer, has competed through the Prix St. Georges level and is a graduate
“A” Pony Clubber. She organized an FEI-recognized event (CDI Raleigh) for
seventeen years, and is owner/manager of a breeding farm in North Carolina. She
received the first “ABIG/USDF Volunteer of the Year” award in 1998 and a USDF
Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014.
For almost 20 years, Janine was also an Eventing judge, TD and organizer, and she
served the U.S. Pony Clubs in various volunteer capacities, including Regional
Supervisor and National Examiner. Janine is a charter member and past President of
the NCDCTA and has managed past AHSA and Ljungquist Championships, as well as
USEF Dressage and Dressage Sport Horse Breeding judge’s clinics. On several
occasions, she has been a clinician for the USEF Dressage Technical Delegate clinic.
For many years, Janine has been active on several USDF and USEF committees, and
is currently a member of the USEF Dressage, Continuing Education, and Competition
Management committees. She is also a board member of the Association of
International Dressage Event Organizers (AIDEO) and organizing committee
chairman for the US Dressage Finals..
Janine owns and operates Rosinburg Events LLC, which organizes several dressage competitions in North Carolina and Virginia

Christel Carlson
Christel Carlson is an S dressage, R DSHB and FEI 3* paraequestrian judge. She owns
Spokane Sport Horse Farm, a 150 acre boarding, breeding and show facility where she
has hosted Dresage and DSHB shows for over 21 years (7 a year) and now two yearly
USEA events (soon to be thru intermediate). She actively competed for many years on
horses she bred and trained, first on jumpers, then eventing and eventually concentrating
on dressage while earning her bronze, silver and gold USDF medals. She loves traveling
to new venues to see gorgeous horses and talented riders and was thrilled to be invited to
officiate here. Still quite active in her anesthesia practice at Sacred Heart Medical Center
her weekends are shared between travel and hospital call. Her interest and training in
acupuncture will finally be used as she transitions from a full time operating room
practice over the next few years. Active on the board of Spokanimal (humane society)
she has two dogs and cats that she adopted from them. She is greatly blessed that her
daughter Cyra shares her love of horses and competition.

New Vendors for 2018
We're excited to welcome these new vendors to Dressage at Devon!

  • WOW Saddlery
  • Mika & Samm
  • Equinutrix Nutrition Solutions
  • Hound and Hare

Stay tuned - more vendor news to come!

Penny Hawes | Dressage at Devon |