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Entries open 01 February 2022 and close 8 March 2022


Last day to submit videos 22 March 2022.

Judging will be held between 28 March – 04 April 2022

Results available 15 April 2022


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2022 LAA Virtual Show Program


Conditions of entry, how to enter your video, filming your workout information is contained in the Virtual Show Program.


View the Workouts, Dressage Tests and associated information here


The show program will feature:


Led Pure and Part bred classes

Ridden Pure and Part bred classes

Lungeing, Long Reining and Horse and Handler classes


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Meet Your Judges


Led Purebred and Partbred Classes -  JANA JAŠOVIĆ MEMON, Slovenia




I started my first steps in the riding world at the age of 9 and visited my 1st breeding evaluation of Lipizzaner horses when I was a student with our family friends. I bought my first Lipizzaner in 2003 and in 2006 my first mare arrived and had the first foal. Since then I have never stopped breeding and today we have in the herd over 40 Lipizzaner horses. I am an active member of the Breeding and Executive Board of the Slovenian Lipizzaner Breeding Association. I also started as a member of a Breeding Commission in our Association and I am an attendee of the LIF Judges clinic.






I am a breeder of Lipizzaner horses for more than 40 years and my foals have won several winning prizes. I breed a few breeding stallions that can be found Worldwide. I am a member of the Slovenian Lipizzaner Association Breeding Commission and I am also attending the LIF Judges clinic.







I am a Lipizzaner lover all my life. As the 3rd generation in Lipizzaner World, I have grown up with Lipizzaners of State Stud Đakovo. My father was a worker of Stud Ivandvor, the breeding part of Stud Farm Đakovo, before me and I followed in his footsteps. Today I am a National Lipizzaner judge and attendee of the LIF Judges clinic. I am also a licensed judge of carriage driving competitions and licensed course designer.





 Classical Dressage Judge - BARRIE STRATTON, Australia


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Professional Coach and Clinician for 40 years National ‘A’ level Dressage Judge for 30 years Judge Educator and Mentor Regular Judge of Online Horse Competitions Author Barrie has trained with Masters around the globe including World and Olympic Dressage Champion Dr Elena Petoshkova and in Portugal with Maestro Nuno Oliveira. Barrie has a passion for mentoring riders, loves training horses and is author of many articles, including the ‘3Cs’ series published in the Baroque Horse Magazine which describe how Calm, Confident and Connected horses are the product of correct training methods. As a professional coach and trainer, Barrie has guided and continues to guide many riders and horses to compete successfully up to and including Grand Prix level dressage at National Championships, CDI-N and CDI-W competitions. Barrie takes great care to develop and optimise horse’s paces is an expert at assessing the individual needs of horses and riders is able to communicate and demonstrate schooling methods clearly and effectively has a wealth of knowledge and experience to help riders understand the biomechanics of both horse and rider caters for all levels of horse and rider - everyone starts somewhere.... loves to share his knowledge of Classical Equitation.






I have been riding since the age of 8 years of age, beginning lessons at the age of 12 and I attended my first dressage competition at the age of 20. At this stage I became an avid Baroque horse lover and whilst in my 20’s joined the AHAA SA committee as their Secretary. I became a breeder of Warmblood horses in 2002, with the aim of breeding competitive Warmblood Sporthorses. My foals have performed very well to date with dressage, with the latest achievement by one of them currently competing at Advanced Competition for the SA dressage squad. Currently I compete in official EA Dressage at Preliminary level with my Andalusian mare “Carina” and am on the AHAA quadrille team. I have been a judge at for the AHAA SA branch for the past 8 years, judging many breed classes of Andalusians & Friesian Horses, and recently in 2021, I judged the Lipizzaner breed at the SA state show. I also run dressage clinics for various instructors; Ramon Guerro, Renee Everest, Peter Shaw, Lucy Williams and Fiona Heysen. I annuallych judge Lyn Jutilane-Maynard’s (FEI rider and instructor) dressage day for 25+ children. I am currently on the committee of the AHAA SA branch and previously on the committee of the Southern Vales Dressage Club.