The Western Dressage Association of America (WDAA) is pleased to announce that the 2017 Western Dressage World Championship Horse Show will take place September 28-October 1 at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. The 2017 slate of judges includes Debbie Riehl Rodriguez, Dolly Hannon, Donna Longacre, and Lillian Evaniew-Phelan. Our United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) stewards will be Joyce Hamblin and Cindy Reid. The show has been approved by USEF and recognized by WDAA, and the official prize list is now available on www.horseshowconsulting.com.
The WDAA World Championship Show will feature four days of competition, with one day of rail classes and three days of western dressage tests. The focus of the show will not only be on top competition but on a shared celebration of this special discipline. Come prepared to have a wonderful time with old friends and new at our Competitor parties and Silent Auction. A $250 winner-take-all freestyle stake as well as a $250 costume freestyle stake are scheduled. For those involved in the WDAA Horse Lifetime Points and Awards Program, it is exciting to note that the Western Dressage World Championship Horse Show is the only triple point show in existence! Complete information regarding the WDAA Horse Lifetime Points and Awards Program and the WDAA recognized show program is available at www.westerndressageassociation.org.
IDK Media Group will be providing a live feed of the 2017 WDAA World Championship Show that will be viewed and enjoyed around the world. For more information, please visit www.idkmediagroup.com.
Western Dressage Association of America is devoted to building an equine community that combines the Western traditions of horse and rider with classical dressage. We honor the horse. We value the partnership between horse and rider. We celebrate the legacy of the American West. The Western Dressage Association of America is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization focused on providing a model of horsemanship that optimizes the partnership of horse and rider for their mutual benefit. The organization is devoted to building an equine community that combines the Western traditions of horse and rider with classical dressage The mission of the Western Dressage Association of America is “to honor the horse, to value the partnership between horse and rider, and to celebrate the legacy of the American West”, which it focuses on through its offerings of educational opportunities and events to the equestrian community. Won’t you come and celebrate with us? Please visit our website at http://westerndressageassociation.org for more information.