Sept. 17, 2013 — Mark your calendars for Oct.31-Nov. 3, 2013! Plan to join the Western Dressage Association of America in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for our Fourth Annual Meeting Convention and the first WDAA World Championship Horse Show which is open to all breeds. The Embassy Suites in Tulsa will be the site of two days of meetings and round table discussions. The World Championship show will be at the world class Built Ford Tough Livestock Arena at Expo Square. WDAA is proud to host this event in conjunction with the Color Breed Congress and the Pinto Horse Association.
The World Show will feature classes at each test level, Introductory through Level 2, and will also offer Western Dressage Freestyle tests. Awards include a custom made Western Dressage saddle designed and built by Mike Corcoran for the horse and rider combination with the highest combined score. In addition to ribbons, exhibitors will win custom Western Dressage belt buckles for the high score youth, the high score amateur/non pro and the high score open.
WDAA members are encouraged to travel to Tulsa early for the organization’s fourth Annual Convention which starts on Oct. 31. Thanks to “Early Bird Specials” on stalling, individuals attending the World Show with horses can join in the festivities! These exhibitors are encouraged to contact the Pinto Horse Association office via email at [email protected] for details.
The WDAA annual meeting 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 new discipline which is now the USEF Recognized National Affiliate for Western Dressage. Don’t miss a great meeting and a great time in Tulsa!
For more information on the WDAA events please visit: www.westerndressageassociation.org.
About the Western Dressage Association of America: 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.