2014 RMDS Champsionship Sponsor Updates

Only 4 weeks away, and our Sponsors are stepping up to ENTER AT A!!ChineseHorseDragonLogo2014

Here is our current list of committed sponsors:

High Country Archers, Fruita, CO
Pikes Peak Chapter
Silver Pony
Classical Legacy (Frances Carbonnel)
The Horse reSource Book (Beverly Swanson)
Gwen Ka’awaloa
Southwest Sport Horse
Deborah Carter
Debbie Owens
Diane Iwanicki
Littleton Equine
Boulder Valley Chapter
Wild Rose Farm and Pacifico Dressage
Tom and Susan Alvey
Julie Burt
Pro Horse Productions (Susan deSylvia)
Bingo’s Saddle Shop
Dianne Stanley
Wasatch Mtn Chapter
Cal’s Minerals (Sandy Panagini)
Total Equestrian Services (Susan Mikula)
Jenny McCreary
Torque-Tight (Lindy Thompson)

September 12

We’ve had a flurry of activity in the past two days! Don’t forget, we still have arena, barn and dinner sponsorships available. Plus there are a few Championship Classes, and a nice choice of Open classes.

Our new class sponsors and advertisers in the Show Program:

  • Mariah Farms
  • Anita Williams
  • Anne McNeill
  • Amy Young
  • Beth Nicholson
  • Colorado Horsecare Foodbank
  • Jenny Brauer – Noble Dressage
  • Borne Saddlery – also a vendor
  • Pikes Peak Dressage
  • Defiance Sport
  • Foothills Chapter
  • Nathalie – Elizabeth Israel, Vendor

August 16

Horses Unlimited of New Mexico will be our dinner sponsor on Saturday night. Thanks to Heather Petersen for bringing this great group on board with us!

Devon Wycoff,  three-time competitor at the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships, where she earned her bronze, silver and gold team medals and a bronze individual medal, has agreed to be the face of RMDS Championships and our theme “How Dressage, and Horses, Have Shaped My Life.”  Here is an excerpt of what she wrote:1001516_10200441821984865_145757698_n

“I pride myself on being reliable, responsible and a very disciplined worker. All the qualities I am most proud of I learned on a horse’s back or by growing up in barn. As I found, animals don’t give a hoot if you had a late night and would like to sleep in, they need to be fed and taken care of, thus strengthening my work ethic and responsibility as a kid. Horses require patience and determination in order to grow as a harmonious pair, thus teaching me to enjoy the journey and not expect immediate gratification.  Both success and disappointment in the show ring lit a burning passion, ambition and drive for success within me, this same fire burns bright in every other facet of my life.”

Devon is currently a student at CU Boulder, where she is a film studies major.

August 14

Western Dressage Association of Colorado has accepted our invitation to attend! They will have a table on Saturday and Sunday, Sep. 21-22, where you can find out all about this rising new sport with a Western twist.

Welcome new sponsors, Teller Park Veterinary Services and Colorado Equine Veterinary of Colorado Springs , sharing sponsorship of the Thursday evening dinner “Enter at ‘A’”