The International Dressage Officials Club (IDOC) is a Belgian non-profit organization created in 1990.
The first name was IDJC – International Dressage Judges Club.

Statutes IDOC is a Belgian non-profit organization that has its seat in Antwerp (Belgium). Its statutes were originally published in 1990 and revised in 2009.

November 16-19, 2009: FEI releases report from the General Assembly in Copenhagen.  The report contains a summary of the main decisions taken by the FEI General Assembly other than those related to the restructuring of the organisation and Clean Sport.

November 18th, 2009: IDJC General Assembly organized during the German Masters in Stuttgart has changed the name to the IDOC.

January 15th, 2010 : FEI officially recognizes the IDOC as full Associate Member.

December 1st, 2019 : The International Dressage Officials Club released a press statement regarding abusive treatment of horses during the warm-up phase at FEI competitions.

The main goals of the International Dressage Officials Club are the following:

  1. Promotion of the principles of horsemanship, more particularly of the schooling according to the basic rules of classic equitation.
  2. Maintenance of an independent position of the dressage judges as well as an impartial exercise of the judgment activities.
  3. Cooperation with international equestrian associations and other associations in matters which pertain to the judgment of dressage training.
  4. Implementation and testing of proposals concerning the refinement of requirements, assessments and judgment procedures as regards dressage tests.
  5. Further education of judges and education of candidate judges, organization of meetings and seminars for judges.
  6. Dissemination of information with regard to questions of judgment and dressage tests
  7. Defending the interests of members.