The International Dressage Development League (IDDL) is an equestrian league conducted all over India and in few other countries. It gives riders an exposure to international competition and sets a unified training platform between all the participating countries. The competition takes place once a month in a different venues in all the four zones in India (North, South, East, West). Riders compete in dressage which is when the horse and rider are expected to perform from memory, a series of predetermined movements, in the appropriate age category in front of the IDDL judge. After each qualifier the rider gets his/her zonal and national results. At the end of each year the results are collated and the grand champion is determined.
KC High students Mira Gulvady and Rishab Raja have been ranked 5th and 8th in the International Rankings 2016 for the U-14 category. Our teacher, parent and student communities are proud of this achievement!