From running local and regional shows to organising training programs and clinics for riders, coaches and judges we are committed to developing dressage in Marlborough.
Dressage MarlboroughGroup is a collective community of dressage riders and enthusiasts, passionately supporting the art of dressage competition and training in the beautiful Marlborough region.
Dressage Marlborough is the dressage discipline Area Group for Dressage New Zealand part of Equestrian Sports New Zealand.
Our mission is to support and encourage those who want to "Give Dressage A Go" through to those riders representing the Marlborough area nationally and internationally.
With a legacy of talent performing at the high levels of dressage, this success has served to inspire the up and coming, young, and grassroots riders and competitors. Marlboroughs elite riders have achieved on the national and international stages and show us that through dedication. success at the highest levels is achievable.
The welfare, health, and safety of every horse and rider remains our Groups top priority as well as the sympathetic and correct training of our horses, in partnership with and diligently following the governance of Dressage New Zealand (part of Equestrian Sports New Zealand).
With all competitions run at the magnificent Marlborough Equestrian Park throughout the competitive season calendar; our Summer Series competition provides top competition for those aspiring for national competition later in the season, and our Premier League Championship Show is particularly well run by our super volunteer committee and serves as a highlight to many riders travelling from around the South Island.
We run the Winter Series competition over several winter months and invite all riders to give dressage a go, keep up the training, and the Series is also perfect for bringing out young horses.
From organising training programmes and clinics for riders, coaches, and judges to running local and regional shows, our Group is committed to developing dressage in Marlborough.