United States Citizenship Requirement: To compete in any US Dressage Finals class, the rider must be a US citizen.
Eligibility to enter US Dressage Finals classes is based on a horse/rider combination's placing in a Regional Championship class. Champions and Reserve Champions in eligible classes will be automatically invited, as long as their Declaration of Intent has been filed. In order to be named Champion and Reserve Champion in a Regional Championship class, a horse/rider combination must have achieved a score of 55% or higher.
In the event that the Champion and/or Reserve Champion declines the invitation, or are ineligible to compete in the US Dressage Finals, the horse/rider combination that has the next highest placing in the class will be invited, providing they;
- have achieved the pre-requisite score of 55% or higher,
- declared "Yes" on the Declaration of Intent for that particular
level and division, and
- are a US citizen.
If that combination declines the invitation, the same process will be followed down through the fifth placing horse/rider combination that have declared "Yes" in that Finals level and division.
No invitations will be issued beyond the fifth placing declared horse/rider combination except as may be eligible through Wild Card invitations described below.
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Eligibility to enter US Dressage Finals classes is based on a Wild Card score earned in a Regional Championship class.
For all levels and divisions from Training through Grand Prix, a horse/rider combination that competes in a Regional Championship class and achieves a score at or above the score listed below for that level and division may compete in the same level and division at the US Dressage Finals.
Horse/rider combinations are not required to have filed a "Declaration of Intent" in order to be eligible for a Wild Card invitation. Horse/rider combinations eligible for a Wild Card invitation must nominate. (see Nomination below).
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* - Adult Amatuer
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