Morgan Activity at the WDAA

June 26th, 2019

Western Dressage has only been included for the past two years as its own division in the AMHA Open Competition Program, but it’s growing every year. Year-end winners in 2018 included Hollyhock Frida Kahlo, owned by Denice Wax, who was the Introductory Level Champion as well as Reserve Champion in the Basic Level, with Blueandwhite Cadence as Champion.

The Western Dressage Association of America (WDAA) is pleased to welcome Hollyhock Frida Kahlo to its Horse Lifetime Points and Awards Program (WHLPAP) this year. Frida Kahlo will join more than 360 other horses of all breeds competing for western dressage awards at WDAA recognized shows throughout their competition lifetime.

The Level 1 Champion in the AMHA Open Competition Program was Mtn Goodness Gracious, owned by Kristal Homoki, followed by Danville Dinero GCH, owned by Nady Peters, as Reserve. Danville Dinero GCH also earned top honors at Level 2 in the Open Competition Program. Danville Dinero GCH has been enrolled in the WHLPAP since October 2016. Since then, he has earned six of the seven award levels in the WDAA program, most recently reaching Gold Medalist status by earning more than 500 points, with at least five of his tests ridden at Level 3 or higher!

Congratulations to all!

For more information on the WDAA visit their website at https://westerndressageassociation.org/.
For more information on the AMHA Open Competition program visit the AMHA website at 
https://www.morganhorse.com/programs/open-competition/.

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