The Bermuda Equestrian Federationís Technical Dressage Committee announced that, despite the current global pandemic, Bermuda will, once again, have representation in the CEA Dressage Challenge.
There was fear that this event would be canceled as the global pandemic made it impossible for foreign judges to travel to each competing Caribbean Island.
Not to be deterred, Roberta Foster, Chairperson of the Caribbean Equestrian Association recently announced the innovative means to host this yearís CEA competition. Rather, each competing country is to forward video coverage of the dressage tests of competing riders to this yearís officiating overseas judge, Heather Stalker. This format will avoid the need for the judge to travel to each competing Island.
The Bermuda round of the CEA Dressage Challenge will be held this Saturday, November 7th, 2020 at the National Equestrian Center.