Western dressage at the historic Lazy E.
Immerse yourself in the beauty and precision of Western dressage when you attend the Western Dressage Association of America World Championship Show at the historic Lazy E Arena in central Oklahoma. “We don’t require qualification for our event, so we have competitors of all levels,” notes Dini Swanson, WDAA executive secretary. “People come for the fun atmosphere and camaraderie, but the first priority is always the horse.”
The growing event, which hosts more than 200 horses during the show, offers 74 classes.
“The thing that hooked me when I attended my first Western dressage event was that everyone has a great time,” Swanson shares. “That fun atmosphere is also found at our world show.”
That element of fun is augmented with celebrations each night of the show, both on the grounds and in a new event that encourages show-goers to visit local restaurants.
If you can’t attend the event in person, you can watch the show online from the comfort of your home—and make plans to be there in person next year!