South Florida
Dressage Association

New SFDA Membership Options for 2021


We have revised our membership options to strengthen our community. 

We have added an optional Instructor or Barn listing add-on to the Individual membership so that members can share their contact information about their services or facility on our website.

We’ve lowered the cost of our Junior membership to help encourage young riders and their families to join us so that we can begin to include them in our events and expand the dressage community.

For those who want a little more exposure, we’ve added a Business Membership to include both an Individual Membership, a listing on our our Business and Sponsors page and or on our Instructors and Barns page. We will be able to add a clickable link to your website. We’ll also add your business to our email blasts and newsletter.

We’ve also added a Sponsor Membership with similar benefits to the Business membership. However, instead of including an Individual Membership, it will include a banner that we will exhibit at our in person events. 

Our revisions intend to better support our community members and allow our members to support us so that we can offer more and varied programming. 

Please check out our membership page.

** Non-Member Fee will be waived for members of Parkland Horseman’s Association,
and Southwest Florida Dressage Association
*** Non-SFDA members are welcome and warmly invited to participate in the horse show but are not eligible for other SFDA member benefits. Should you like to join, membership forms will be available at the show and your membership will be immediately active.

Entries must be postmarked or received by closing date and must include all show fees and copy of negative Coggins.

Late entries with late fee accepted at management’s discretion.
Refunds after Closing Date will be at management’s discretion. No credits to future shows.

Could we also add (it’s not in the trifold) that we follow USDF? I am too tired tonight, but could we say something like: SFDA follows the USDF rules and guidelines concerning regional schooling horse shows.