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As a volunteer, it is a great way to watch others competing, get a feel of how dressage competitions run and what makes a good test. If you volunteer to write for a judge – when you note down a judge’s comments on the dressage sheet as it is being ridden – you will get an even better insight which can help your own performance.

British Dressage offers training for judges at all levels – if you are a member of British Dressage and have ridden in affiliated competition you can apply to become a trainee judge.

But, apart from all that you can learn as a dressage volunteer, and the satisfaction of giving something back to your favourite sport, getting involved is just good fun. An equestrian-packed day out with plenty of like-minded people – what are you waiting for? To find out more about how you can get involved with dressage in your area, contact your regional development officer.

Celebrating Volunteers' Week, 1 - 7 June 2018
Volunteers' Week is the perfect opportunity to thank all the wonderful people who dedicate their free time to the sport. Over the course of the week, we showcase the volunteer roles and the people who fill them. Click on the links below to read more:
Rita Young-Jones
Isabelle Rees
Julie Frizzell
Lucinda Bird