UMmmm... what do your letters mean? :) I know in different countries there are different levels. In America it's starts off with Intro and then training, then 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th. And then the FEI levels are Prix St Georges, Intermediare I and II, then Grand Prix. I'm entirely a hunter/jumper but I try and encorporate dressage into my riding to help out my jumping so I've shown at 1st level and school most of the 3rd or 4 level movements.
Ah I see..
I didn't know that it was different in different countries, I kind of thought about it but I wasn't sure. :)
See I'm from Denmark and that's what we have..! LC LB LA MB MA EM (Europa Mesterskaber = Europe Championships) Prix St. Georges Intermediaire
Military - FEI
And then we have classes like LB1, LB2, LB3, LA1, LA2, LA3, LA4, LA5, LA6 and so on. That's to be more specific.
This is probably how it would be if you compared the danish system and the american one:
Intro = LD
Training = LC
1st = LB
2nd = LA
3rd = MB
4th = MA
..and then it pretty much goes the same.