Equestrian Queensland

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Welcome to the website of Dressage Queensland...


Our Vision:
For Queensland to be recognised as a leader in the sport of dressage throughout Australia

Mission Statement

To promote, develop and grow the sport of dressage in Queensland by providing leadership, services and programs from grass roots to elite level by:

        • Supporting the State's dressage riders and officials to reach their desired potential;
        • To administer the rules of the sport with commitment to fairness and integrity; and
        • Encouraging interest, development and participation of dressage in Queensland by working productively with affiliated groups.

About Dressage Queensland

Dressage Queensland (DQ) is a voluntary, sport discipline sub-committee of Equestrian Queensland, dedicated to dressage. Dressage is a method of horse training in existence since ancient Greece and an Olympic sport since the inception of the modern Olympics in the late 1800s.

Dressage Qld is dedicated to education, the recognition of achievement and the promotion of dressage. Dressage Qld is a tax-exempt non-profit organisation with many different educational programs, along with affiliated local and regional clubs.

The national levels, Preliminary to Advanced levels, are governed by Equestrian Australia. The International levels are governed by the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI).
























































201 Brisbane CDI
QLD Festival of Dressage
New to Dressage?
Committee & Contacts
Latest News
Dressage Tests
Forms & Applications
Official Magazine of Dressage Qld
2014 Dressage Competition Calendars
Riders' Sub Committee
Dressage Qld Judge's Sub-Committee
Dressage Qld Young Riders
Dressage Qld Young Horse
Dressage Qld Pony Dressage
Squads & Selection
Awards and Trophies
Festival of Dressage Amateur Owner Rider
Mitavite Munga 2013 Qld State Dressage Championships
2014 Pryde's Australian Young Rider Dressage Championships

Supporters & Sponsors

The Queensland Government provided $216,000 to
Equestrian Queensland under the
Industry Development Program
to get more Queenslanders
active through sport and recreation.