USPRE High Point Program

This program is designed to encourage PRE riders of all levels to train and compete in rated dressage shows. The USPRE High Point award is available at any USDF dressage shows around the country when organized by members. Currently, the program has developed a series in three locations: Florida, California, and North Carolina. The schedule of shows where USPRE High Points are awarded is posted below. Grand Champions of the series’ are awarded a USPRE riding jacket.

At each program show, USPRE will pin the following High Point winners:
Open High Point, National Levels
Open High Point, FEI Levels
AA High Point, National Levels
AA High Point, FEI Levels
CDI High Point
JR/YR High Point

2023 Florida High Point Series: 

January 25-29 AGDF Week 3 (CDI 3*/National) – Adequan Global Dressage Festival, Wellington
February 8-12 AGDF Week 5- (CDI 3*/National) – Adequan Global Dressage Festival, Wellington
March 1-5 AGDF Week 8-Palm Beach Dressage Derby (CDI 4*/National) – Adequan Global Dressage Festival, Wellington
April 13-16 Ocala April Dressage CDI3* – World Equestrian Center

2023 North Carolina High Point  Series:

April 1-2 March Magic: Carolina Horse Park Raeford
May 13-14 Raleigh Spring: Hunt Horse Complex Raleigh
May 12-14 Dressage in the Sandhills: Pinehurst
June 16-18 Summer Dressage 1 & 2:  Tryon International Equestrian Center Tryon
Sept 16-17 Harvest Moon: Carolina Horse Park Raeford

2023 California High Point Series: 

Northern California: 
June 28 & June 29 San Francisco Peninsula Chapter Annual Show- Woodside
August 5 & 6 Yarra Yarra- Dublin
Central California: 
June 28- June 29 Dressage at Dancing Kings- Gilroy
Southern California: 
July 14 & 15  STEV July Jubilee- Temecula
August 19 & 20 Summer Dressage in Santa Barbara- Santa Barbara

*New Adult Amateur Category added to CA Series Grand Champions.

Please note the following directives for the USPRE High Point Program:
    • All contestants (rider or horse owner) must be USPRE members in good standing.
    • Three Grand Champions (National Level, FEI Level, and Youth Rider) will be named following the end of each respective series (California, North Carolina, and Florida). There will be no distinction made for CDI or Open/AA in determining.
    • Grand Champions. Grand Champions will be determined by the sum of their three highest scores at the same level, from two separate shows. Contestants may participate in more than two shows to obtain their three highest scores for submission.
    • Scores may be submitted only from the highest level at which the horse has competed with the current rider. FEI level is reserved for adult riders. Youth Riders have their own category.
    • Grand Champions will receive a USPRE Riding Jacket.
    • Scores must be a minimum of 62% to qualify for a High Point award.
    • Freestyle scores do not apply.
Scroll to Top