Las Vegas Chapter 
of the 
California Dressage Society

For more information, contact a LVCCDS Board Member:  
Marthe Winner, President - 702-858-2598 
Kristy Keller, Co-President - 702-630-1604 
Diane Vogelzang, Treasurer - 702-205-7200 
Chris Federer, Secretary - 702-816-1573
or Email:

The California Dressage Society was formed in 1967 as a nonprofit organization to further interest in dressage. It is now one
of the largest dressage organizations in the nation with more than 4000 members in its organization. CDS is governed by
an 11-member elected Board of Directors with a secretary and a treasurer, plus a Central Office Manager who is responsible
for the records involved in membership changes, recognition of shows, scores from the shows and the awards program.
A monthly newsletter plus an annual membership roster are sent to all of the members. CDS sponsors various educational
events such as clinics, instructors’ seminars and Annual Meetings as well as the Annual Championship Show. The USDF /
Great American Regional Finals are held in conjunction with this show to determine standings for USDF and USEF.

The local chapters operate rather independently under the CDS By-Laws and an elected governing board of volunteers,
which is responsible for local shows and educational and social events.  

Welcome the 
Las Vegas Chapter of the California Dressage Society!

We are a local chapter of the California Dressage Society (CDS), a Group Member Organization of the United States Dressage Federation (USDF).  Our chapter represents the Las Vegas Dressage Community.  We are also known as "LVCCDS."
2018 Great American Insurance Group USDF Region 7 Finals
2018 CDS Championships
September 27-30, 2018
LA Equestrian Center  (Burbank, CA)
Manager Glenda McElroy

Congratulations to Darlene Vaughan and Clyde Junior!  

It was a very special ride for Darlene Vaughan and her mount Clyde Junior aka Leonard, at the Cottonwood Farm Show, Feb. 11, 2018 as they rode the First Level Test One to earn their membership into The Dressage Foundation Century Club.  This was not Leonard's (29 years young) first time taking a rider down centerline for a Century Club ride, but it was his second time!

In order to qualify for the Century Club the horse and rider's age must accumulate to 100 years or more. 

Darlene and Leonard were the first team in 2018 to joint The Dressage Foundation Century Club.  Congrats to Darlene & Leonard. Wishing you many more rides to come! 

To learn more about The Dressage Foundation and read about Darlene & Leonard visit the following link: