The USDF Breeders Championship Series program is designed to promote breeders and showcase quality sport horses. Each series consist of two qualifying events in designated geographical areas of the United States, which lead to a final event in each series. Exhibitors compete at qualifying events for the champion and reserve champion current year foal, filly, colt/gelding, four-year-old prospect, mare and stallion. These horses are then eligible to compete in each of their respective classes, in their series final of choice, which is where the USDF Breeders Championship Series Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Current Year Foal, Filly, Colt/Gelding, Four-Year-Old Prospect, Mare, and Stallion will be determined. USDF Breeders Championship Series Final competitions also holds Materiale Championship classes, where the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Three-Year-Old, Four-Year-Old, and Five-Year-Old are determined.
Here are some social media posts from recent competitions. See Part 1 here.
Dressage at Devon – USDFBC East Coast Series Final: (9/27-10/2)
Dressage at Devon was covered by psDressage, for more photos, check out the recap here.