Mark your calendars for November 4-8, 2015! Plan to join the Western Dressage Association of America in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for our Sixth Annual Convention and the Third WDAA World Championship Horse Show. The Hyatt Regency in downtown Tulsa will host both the Annual Convention as well as exhibitors and spectators for the World Championship Show at world class Built Ford Tough Livestock Arena at Expo Square. The Pinto Horse Association will once again manage the show for WDAA.
The WDAA Annual Convention offers members an opportunity to learn more about Western Dressage from a wide variety of experts; to network with Western Dressage folks from all over the country; to have first-hand input in guiding the development and direction of this wonderful discipline. The Annual Convention is also the time when we salute our special volunteers and our special horses at our Honors Luncheon graciously sponsored by the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF). Don't miss a great event and a fun time in Tulsa!
WDAA members are encouraged to travel to Tulsa early for the organization’s sixth Annual Convention which starts on November 4, 2015. Stalls will be made available so individuals coming for the World Show may join in the convention festivities. Those interested are encouraged to contact Kim Hall of the Pinto Horse Association at email@example.com for details.
The World Show begins on the afternoon of Friday November 6 with new Suitability, Hack and Equitation on the Rail Classes. Saturday and Sunday will feature classes at each test level, Introductory through Level 3, and will also offer Western Dressage Freestyle tests; the show is excited to once again offer Western Dressage classes for Gaited Horses.
For more information please visit www.wdaaworldshow.org.
The Western Dressage Association of America is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization focused on providing a model of horsemanship which optimizes the partnership of horse and rider for their mutual benefit. The mission of the Western Dressage Association® 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.