Western Dressage

Western Dressage seeks to improve balance, cadence, and carriage of both horse and rider. By combining the disciplines of dressage with the philosophies of western riding, Western Dressage seeks to improve our partnership with our horse. The goal is a happier, more sound horse, and a more aware and knowledgeable rider. Achieving these goals is a journey of technique, learning, growth, practice, and patience.

The beginnings of Western Dressage began in 2007 with many trainers in the western disciplines seeing a need to create an organization to further the core mission above. 

Morgans excel at Western dressage because of their athleticism, smooth gaits and willing attitudes. 

For more information, visit the Western Dressage Association of America’s website

USEF Western Dressage Rulebook