State Dressage Committee

Kirsten Hawkins
 Julia White Linda Page
Rochelle Wareham Kerry Mercer


Pony Club WA have recently introduced individual discipline Facebook Groups to help members gain easy access to important information, good news stories and upcoming events.

Join our Dressage Facebook Group HERE!

2020 Pony Club WA State Dressage Championships

Date: 14th – 16th August 2020
Venue: State Equestrian Centre, Brigadoon
Entries Close: 17th July 2020

Music Submission  🎶

Click here to submit your Music Pieces and Commentary Forms.

You can find Blank Commentary Forms here.

Music due date: Friday 7th August 2020

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Volunteers Needed!
Do you have a love of dressage – or do you just like helping out when help is needed?

Our small but mighty volunteer State Dressage Committee are interested in hearing from people who may be able to give up a few hours of their time over that weekend to lend them a helping hand!

All riders need to supply a helper, the committee are looking for additional support.

We would love to hear from you!
Fill in our online form here – it only takes 2 minutes!

We offer smiles, good company and if you’re luck – coffee and cake!!

Judge information and forms are available on the Coaches and Officials page under Dressage Officials.
Please click here.

Dressage Events

About Dressage

Dressage (a French term meaning “training”) is one of the three Olympic equestrian sports. It is a program of creating suppleness, balancing and obedience work that prepares a horse for future pleasure-riding or competition.

It is the basic schooling of every riding horse. Under the guise of “flat work”, it is what eventer/jumper trainers do with their horses when they are not schooling over fences. Competition is open to virtually every kind and size of horse and any age of rider.

In dressage training, the natural movements a horse can make on his own, free in the pasture, are repeated as exercises. These range from simple patterns and circles at the walk, trot and canter to movements in extreme collection, such as the piaffe.

In competition, horses perform tests reflect the movements used in schooling and so, assess the horse’s correct progress towards the goals of suppleness, balance and obedience.