Affiliate Organizations

About USAWE Affiliate Organizations

USAWE understands the important role that local groups play in helping people learn about Working Equitation and organizing WE events in their area.

USAWE offers independent local organizations involved in WE the opportunity to be officially recognized as USAWE Affiliate Organizations. This page lists USAWE’s  Affiliate Organizations.

At the end of each membership year, adult members of USAWE are given the option to designate $5 from their USAWE membership dues to an Affiliate Organization of their choice or to the USAWE Youth Development Program.  Designations are selected on the annual election of officers ballot emailed out in November.

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Resources for AOs

The buttons below are resources we hope AOs find helpful. Keep checking back here as we add more.


USA WORKING EQUITATION TRADE SHOW GRANT is designed to facilitate educating the equestrian community about the sport of Working Equitation. It will also promote USA Working Equitation (USAWE) by helping USAWE Coaches and Licensed Officials presenting, and Affiliate Organizations (AOs) manning a Working Equitation booth at large trade shows to offset expenses associated with attending the event.

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USAWE Recognized Affiliate Organizations

USAWE Recognized Affiliate Organizations are listed below by State

Alaska – Wasilla

AK Livin' The Dream Ranch

Phone #: (907) 433-9094
Facebook page: AK Livin’ The Dream Ranch, LLC
Main Contact: Kelli Walsh-Schwab

We offer dressage and riding/horsemanship lessons to help promote the fun sport of Working Equitation for the Mid-Alaska area. We hope to hold clinics in the near future.

AK Livin’ The Dream Ranch
1055 W Fairview Loop
Wasilla, AK. 99654

Arizona – Tucson

Arizona Working Equitation Club

Phone #: (520) 591-3649
Facebook page: Arizona Working Equitation Club

Main Contact: Amy Star

The Arizona Working Equitation Club hosts a series of schooling shows and rated shows each year. AZWEC offers year end high point awards for members participating in each years AZWEC shows. The club shares learning opportunities such as clinics, ride a tests, and lessons with its members. AZWEC also carries insurance to assist show coordinators with shows and clinics. AZWEC is a fun supportive group of horsemen that enjoy the camaraderie and challenge of the sport of Working Equitation.

Arizona Working Equitation Club
P.O. Box 65957
Tucson, AZ 85728

Arizona – Scottsdale

US Mangalarga Marchador Association

Phone #: (602) 999-3915
Facebook page: North American Mangalarga Marchador Assn – USMMA

Main Contact: Lynn Kelley

The USMMA is a non-profit group of members from the US and Canada.  We are a small, passionate group that own or just love Mangalarga Marchador horses, an Iberian-based Brazilian breed.  The association’s main focus is on our registry and breed standards that follow and mimic the original Brazilian association, the ABCCMM.  We are an official affiliate of the ABCCMM and work closely with them in many areas.  Here in North America, we actively promote and publicize the Mangalarga Marchador breed to grow their numbers and encourage participation in local events and sports.

US Mangalarga Marchador Association
10487 E Rising Sun Dr
Scottsdale, AZ 85262

California – Briones

Rawking Horse Ranch

Phone #: (925) 699-3996
Facebook page: Rawking Horse Ranch | Martinez, CA
Main Contact: JoAnn Gillespie

We promote Lusitano and Morgan horses. Jane Creagh Lusitanos, JoAnn Gillespie Morgans. Jane has been involved with the sport internationally for decades. JoAnn is new and the owner operator here at Rawking Horse Ranch. We have hosted Jose Manuel Lopes from Portugal twice here at RHR. We plan to bring training students to WE competition.

Rawking Horse Ranch
1131 Bear Creek Road
Briones, CA, 94553

California – Fiddletown

NorCal Working Equitation

Phone #: (510) 755-3639
Facebook page: NorCal Working Equitation Events
Main Contact: Jessica Mosbaugh

NorCal Working Equitation is being formed to unite and support the members of USAWE and host a variety of shows and clinics including the Summer Fun Working Equitation Show Series at Rancho Murieta, CA.

NorCal Working Equitation
20200 Shott Dr.
Fiddletown, CA, 95629

California – Poway

Poway Valley Riders Association

Phone #: (858) 243-1953
Facebook page: Poway Valley Riders Association

Main Contact: Janice Kall

The Poway Valley Riders Association was established in 1960 to foster a diversified interest in horses and family related activities. We have offered Rated Working Equitation events since 2018. We encourage participation in our USAWE Licensed events, which are designed to be fun and educational.

Poway Valley Riders Association
PO Box 77
Poway, CA, 92074

Colorado – Niwot

High Country Working Equitation

Phone #: (979) 846-6129
Facebook page: High Country Working Equitation

Main Contact: Chris Stanko

High Country Working Equitation (HCWE) is a Colorado 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation supported through sponsorship and club membership dues and fees paid to attend our shows and clinics. It is our desire to offer a variety of educational and competitive opportunities for riders engaged in Working Equitation with the end goal to assist in sending U.S riders to represent American cultural traditions on the international stage.

High Country Working Equitation
P.O. Box 546
Mead, CO 80542

Florida – High Springs

Southeast Baroque Horse Shows, LLC

Phone #: (352) 317-6113
Facebook page: Southeast Baroque Horse Shows

Main Contact: Heather Walters

We are a horse show management group that host Working Equitation clinics, schooling shows and rated shows. We also host rated dressage shows.

Southeast Baroque Horse Shows, LLC
14226 NW 207th Terr
High Springs, FL 32643

Florida – Morriston

Gypsy Vanner Horse Society

Phone #: 1 (888) 520-9777,  Ext. 2
Facebook page: The Gypsy Vanner Horse Society

Main Contact: Barbara Snyder

The GVHS is the registry for the Gypsy Vanner Horse internationally. We register horses in 18 countries thus far. We would like our members to become active in your organization, and we will provide a year-end award.

Gypsy Vanner Horse Society
PO Box 219
Morriston, FL  32668

Georgia – Powder Springs

Working Equitation Georgia

Phone #: (404) 518-4844
Facebook page: Working Equitation Georgia
Main Contact: Laurie Wilson

WEGA is a non-profit group founded to advance the participation of Working Equitation in the great state of Georgia. Our current mission is to provide fun and affordable ways to introduce the versatile sport of Working Equitation to as many horse folks and disciplines as possible with fun and affordable play days, clinics, and schooling shows. As our participation grows, WEGA will include memberships with discounts to WEGA events, host guest clinicians and judges from outside GA, facilitate more schooling shows, and eventually look to host a B rated show.

Working Equitation Georgia
1321 Corner Rd.
Powder Springs, GA 30127

Idaho – Boise

Treasure Valley Working Equitation

Phone #: (435) 640-6755
Facebook page: Working Equitation Team Idaho
Main Contact: Rachel Stout

We are the Working Equitation enthusiast best known as “Team Idaho”. We welcome riders from the Treasure Valley of Idaho, as well as the greater Northwest and Mountain West. We support and organize the Idaho Camp & Cup as well as local shows, play days, clinics and more.

Treasure Valley Working Equitation
5930 W. Drawbridge Dr.
Boise, ID  83703

Idaho – Oasis

Working Equitation Club Idaho

Phone #: (208) 602-3265
Website:  Coming Soon!
Facebook page: Working Equitation Club Idaho

Main Contact: Willa Rose

We are an organized club of working equitation enthusiasts dedicated to inspiring good horsemanship, fostering camaraderie, and awarding those who participate throughout SW Idaho.

Working Equitation Club Idaho
8894 W. Martha Ave.
Oasis, ID  83647

Idaho – Spirit Lake

Idaho Panhandle Working Equitation

Phone:  (208) 818-0400
Facebook page: IPWE – Idaho Panhandle Working Equitation

Main Contact: Kristine Strasburger

IPWE promotes the sport of Working Equitation through educational initiatives, community outreach, competitions, clinics, presentations, demonstrations and interactive learning activities throughout the Idaho Panhandle and surrounding regions of eastern Washington and western Montana in a way that promotes the welfare of the horse and the practice of good horsemanship.

Idaho Panhandle Working Equitation
Spirit Lake, ID 83869

Illinois – Hampshire

Fox Valley Saddle Association

Main Contact: Sandy Klinkey

Fox Valley Saddle Association is a non-profit 501(c)3 that prides itself on its involvement in serving the horse community. We are a members only organization. Our members volunteer their time to provide not only FVSA members but also the general public with community events and horse shows. Specifically offering to the Working Equitation world Play Days, Schooling Shows and Recognized USAWE Shows.

Fox Valley Saddle Association
44W300 Rohrsen Road
Hampshire, IL 60140

Illinois – Woodstock

KarMik Acres, Inc.

Phone: (847) 800-7348
Facebook page: KarMik Acres
Main Contact: Karen Boso

KarMik Acres has constructed an over-the-top, regulation obstacle course and hosts Working Equitation Shows, Practice Sessions & Mini clinics. Karen is an accredited judge and Technical Delegate with USAWE. Karen and Mike hold multiple Year End awards in Levels 1-5. Low pressure, no drama – join the fun!

KarMik Acres, Inc.
4010 S Cherry Valley Road
Woodstock, IL 60098

Kansas – Hutchinson

Working Equitation of Kansas

Phone: (620) 727-7338
Facebook page: Working Equitation of Kansas

Main Contact: Linda Frazier

Working Equitation Kansas is a riding club to promote Working Equitation! Working Equitation is a 3-4 stage Competition that builds the all around working horse. Together, equestrians of all riding disciplines can find common ground to work together to build our horses into all around, balanced working horses. WEKS sponsors, clinics, play days, schooling shows, and B-Rated Licensed Working Equitation Competitions. We have Year-End awards each year. Come ride with us in Kansas!

Working Equitation of Kansas
8915 N. Plum St
Hutchinson, KS 67502

Maryland – Hollywood

BetWEen Two Rivers Working Equitation

Phone:  (301) 997-3121
Facebook page: BetWEen Two Rivers (BTR) Working Equitation
Main Contact: Lynsey Moritz

BetWEen Two Rivers Working Equitation (BTRWE) is a group dedicated to teaching and promoting WE in Southern Maryland and it’s surrounding areas. We will do this by hosting clinics, playdays, and schooling shows at local farms and venues with the aim to grow interest in WE in the Southern Maryland peninsula. By bringing in a variety of trainers and clinicians, BTRWE hopes to give local riders a variety of ideas and experiences with the aim to become a successful WE competitor.
We want anyone who comes to one of our events to fall in love with Working Equitation and have a great time with their horse!  Any horse and rider combination can and will benefit from trying out Working Equitation-come try it with us!

BetWEen Two Rivers (BTR) Working Equitation
25107 Peregrine Way
Hollywood, MD 20636

Maryland – Woodbine

Oak Spring Equestrian, LLC

Main Contact: Barb Sullivan

Oak Spring Equestrian promotes the sport of working equitation in central Maryland by organizing clinics, shows – both schooling and licensed and playdays at our farm. We are a private farm with an 80×140 indoor, 100×200 outdoor and a full set of working equitation obstacles.

Oak Spring Equestrian, LLC
15205 Bushy Park Rd.
Woodbine, MD 21797

Michigan – Fenton

Alex Tyson Horsemanship

Main Contact: Alex Tyson

Private and Semi-private lessons in working equitation, clinics, show coaching, horse training, and Working Equitation supplies. We specialize in youth riders and their development and have trained several youth to national recognition.

Alex Tyson Horsemanship
8375 Denton Hill
Fenton, MI 48430

Michigan – Milford

Rach Riding Academy

Phone #: (586) 242-7351
Facebook page: Rach Riding Academy

Main Contact: Karen Rach-St Clair

Rach Riding Academy offers WE lessons, clinics, recognized (licensed) shows and schooling shows.

Rach Riding Academy
3380 Morrow Lane
Milford, MI 48381

Minnesota – Cannon Falls

Working Equitation Minnesota

Main Contact: Sammi Korinek

We support, develop, grow and share the sport of Working Equitation with Minnesota and neighboring states.

Working Equitation Minnesota
31734 Willow Trail
Cannon Falls, MN 55009

Mississippi – Greenwood

Delta Midsouth Working Equitation

Main Contact: Amy McKowsky

This Working Equitation Associate Organization includes any Region 7 areas to support the learning and enjoyment of this equestrian sport. We are based in the Midsouth/Delta area and will offer opportunities in multiple locations within this area to further WE in the USA.

Delta Midsouth Working Equitation
4220 CR 540
Greenwood, MS 38930

Montana – Billings

Laurel Saddle Club

Phone #: (406) 671-2503

Main Contact: Jody Anderson

The mission of the Laurel Saddle Club is to maintain and provide a venue for Equine and Community events and activities, promoting responsible horse ownership, education and safe family fun.

Laurel Saddle Club
P.O. Box 30413
Billings, MT 59107

Montana – Missoula

WE Under the Big Sky

Phone #: (406) 210-4307
Main Contact: Sheila Mealey

WE Under The Big Sky is a group of dedicated organizers operating under the Big Sky Horse Park, a 501 c-3 nonprofit. We organize shows, clinics and events at the Big Sky Horse Park, a beautiful 90 acre equestrian park and the premier WE facility in Western Montana.

WE Under the Big Sky
P.O. Box 3841
Missoula, MT 59806

Montana – Stevensville

Sleeping Willow Ranch

Phone #: (406) 241-7268
Facebook: Sleeping Willow Ranch
Main Contact: Alyssa Briceland

Our facility offers 2 beautiful arenas that are set up for dressage, EOH, speed and cattle. We have a herd that we bring up to get yourself and your horses comfortable with how they move as a group and individually. We also have a team with a passion for this amazing sport and love to see other succeed and flourish in their performance!

Sleeping Willow Ranch
888 S. Burnt Fork
Stevensville, MT 59870

Montana – Wolf Creek

Run-A-Muck Ranch

Phone #: (907) 987-5680
Facebook page: Trisha Reed Equestrian
Main Contact: Trisha Kiefer-Reed

Passionate about making the sport of working equitation available to a variety of riders and their equines through lessons and clinics. 

Run-A-Muck Ranch
PO Box 111
Wolf Creek, MT 59648

Nebraska -Lexington

Nebraska Heartland Working Equitation

Phone #: (208) 818-0400
Facebook page: NEHWE – Nebraska Heartland Working Equitation
Main Contact: Kristine Strasburger

NEHWE promotes the sport of Working Equitation through educational initiatives, community outreach, competitions, clinics, presentations, demonstrations and interactive learning activities throughout Central Nebraska in a way that promotes the welfare of the horse and the practice of good horsemanship.

Nebraska Heartland Working Equitation
Lexington, NE  68850

Nevada -Wellington

Broken Bit Ranch

Phone #: (775) 772-5554
Facebook page: Broken Bit Ranch
Main Contact: Jill Fry

The Broken Bit Ranch offers WE clinics and schooling shows. In addition, we host a 3-show “diversified dressage” buckle series. This series of schooling show features three different dressage disciplines, USDF, WDAA and WE. We also try to squeeze in a cattle clinic (or two per) year. The ranch is located in Smith Valley, 1.5 hours south of Reno, 2.5 hours east of Jackson, 2.5 hours north of Bishop. Stalls and dry camping are available.

Broken Bit Ranch
P.O. Box 44
Wellington, NV  89444

New Jersey – Flemington

Eastern Region Andalusian Horse Club (ERAHC)

Phone #: (919) 724-7172
Facebook page: Eastern Region Andalusian Horse Club
Main Contact: Susan Hart

The Eastern Region Andalusian Horse club was founded in 1992 by a small group of people who shared a vision: Give Andalusian and Lusitano lovers a place to meet, learn, and share their love of these Iberian breeds with like-minded people as well as a place to find relevant Lusitano and Andalusian horse information. We will promote harmony and goodwill among the community of the Iberian horses: Andalusian, Portuguese, Spanish- Portuguese, and crossbred. We will do this through our annual Breed show, our Working Equitation Show Series, clinics, and social events.

825 County Road 579
Flemington, NJ 08822

New Jersey – Flemington

Working Equitation East

Phone #: (913) 710-5792
Facebook page: Working Equitation East
Main Contact: Holly Linz

Working Equitation East (WEE) is a new group created to promote and support the Working Equitation community on the East Coast. We will do this through clinics, schooling shows, and licensed shows as well as providing the community with WE knowledge.

Working Equitation East
825 County Road 579
Flemington, NJ 08822

New Mexico – Mimbres


Phone #: (303) 532-9381
Facebook page: LGWE

Main Contact: Lauren Gueswel

LGWE is in the process of relocating to southern New Mexico for 2021! Offering WE coaching, training, and clinics at your location or our beautiful Salt Creek Ranch in the Mimbres Valley of the Gila National Forest (just north of Silver City, NM). We are looking forward to promoting the sport of WE in southern NM and supporting the current and future riders in the area and beyond.

PO Box 310
Mimbres, NM 88049

New York – Bloomfield

New York State Working Equitation

Main Contact: Beth Harrison

New York State Working Equitation, formerly called Synergy Working Equitation, is located in the Finger Lakes Region of NYS. It was started to promote and provide education regarding Working Equitation. 2021 was its fledgling year, with a goal to offer clinics, training and events in the future.

New York State Working Equitation
7061 Gauss Road
Bloomfield, NY 14469

North Carolina – Gastonia

Working Equitation of North Carolina

Phone #:  (704) 616-9589
Facebook page: Working Equitation of North Carolina
Main Contact: Pat Melton

Working Equitation of North Carolina is being formed to provide greater support and opportunities to USAWE members within the Tar Heel state. We want to nuture the growing sport of WE and encourage more regional clubs within the state forming in the future. After successfully organizing clinics and schooling shows in 2022, our plans for 2023 exceed even our wildest dreams, including virtual ZOOM meetings, obstacle PlayDays, weekend “camps”, clinics, schooling shows, and licensed shows.

Working Equitation of North Carolina
3116 Turf Court
Gastonia, NC 28056

North (and South!) Carolina – Tryon

Cadence Carolinas Working Equitation

Phone #: (828) 817-1072
Facebook page: Cadence Carolinas Working Equitation

Main Contact: Megan Malan

CCWE offers instruction and educational opportunities to equestrians of many disciplines, included gaited, in Tryon, Landrum, Spartanburg and the surrounding areas. Instructor Megan Malan employs working equitation principles to encourage better balance and communication between horse and human in her monthly local and statewide clinics. The club hosts outside guests, demos and practice events.

Cadence Carolinas Working Equitation
687 John Shehan Rd.
Tryon, NC 28782

Ohio – Brecksville

Classical Attraction Dressage Society

Phone #: (330) 242-9588
Facebook page: Classical Attraction Dressage Society
Main Contact: Katie Drennen

Classical Attraction Dressage Society is a Region 5 member of USAWE and Region 2 GMO member of USDF. We are a non-profit 501(c)(4) organization with the goal of promoting the advancement and sport of Working Equitation and Dressage through “B” rated shows, schooling shows, clinics and horsemanship education. CADS is for riders of all ages, experiences, and skill levels.

Classical Attraction Dressage Society
P.O. Box 36840
Canton, OH 44735

Ohio – Medina

Simply Horsemanship

Phone #: (330) 354-6809
Main Contact: Stephani Kame

Simply Horsemanship promotes “Horsemanship with an Understanding and Purpose” We educate riders to the sport of Working Equitation through clinics, coaching, schooling and licensed USAWE shows.

Simply Horsemanship
17541 Edwards Road
Doylestown, OH 44230

Ohio – Hillsboro

Buckeye Working Equitation

Phone #: (513) 417-9365
Facebook page: Buckeye Working Equitation
Main Contact: Kristin Aeh

Our purpose is to encourage the growth of the sport of Working Equitation in the state of Ohio and surrounding areas through educational sessions, and to foster connections between people interested in the sport, with a future goal of organizing Working Equitation competitions in the southern/central part of the state.

Buckeye Working Equitation
9145 Worley Mill Rd.
Hillsboro, OH 45133

Oregon – Ashland

Rising Hope Stables

Phone #: (541) 621-0070
Facebook page: Rising Hope Stables

Main Contact: Laura Stutesman

Rising Hope Stables is a training and boarding facility in Ashland Oregon. It offers riding lessons, horse training, and purchase/sell help for all ages and disciplines, as well as hosts shows and playdays regularily.

Rising Hope Stables
2007 E. Hills Dr.
Ashland, OR 97520

Oregon – Eugene

Working Equitation Oregon - Willamette Valley

Main Contact: Julie Alonzo

WE Oregon organizes working equitation clinics and licensed competitions, primarily in the Eugene, Oregon, area. We also support educational and competition initiatives in other regions when requested. We focus on building a supportive community and welcome people of all different levels to our events.

Working Equitation Oregon
88442 Fisher Rd.
Eugene, OR 97402

Pennsylvania – Carlisle

Working Equitation of South Central Pennsylvania

Phone: (717) 601-0802
Facebook page: Working Equitation of South Central Pennsylvania

Main Contact: Kathleen Rickert

Offering dressage & horsemanship clinics to promote WE in our area.

Working Equitation of South Central Pennsylvania
726 Petersburg Rd.
Carlisle, PA 17015

Pennsylvania – Cochranton

Northwestern Pennsylvania Working Equitation (NWPaWE)

Phone:  (307) 899-5055
Facebook page:  Northwestern Pennsylvania Working Equitation

Main Contact: Rose Watt

Northwest Pennsylvania Working Equitation (NWPaWE) is a group that offers learning opportunities and support to those interested in the sport of Working Equitation. We welcome all breeds and riding disciplines.


Three Rivers Equestrian Association Logo
Northwestern Pennsylvania Working Equitation (NWPaWE)
16661 State Hwy. 285
Cochranton, PA 16314

Pennsylvania – Cochranville

Eastern Pennsylvania Working Equitation

Phone: (302) 983-0566 
Facebook page: EPAWE – Eastern Pennsylvania Working Equitation

Main Contact: Susan Felicia

The Eastern PA WE AO will provide guidance to clinics and schooling shows supporting central Pennsylvania, Delaware, and surrounding area equestrians to introduce them to the Introductory, Novice, and more advanced levels of WE and dressage. No dues required; we’re a group of WE enthusiasts supporting the sport!

Eastern Pennsylvania Working Equitation
602 Jennersville Rd.
Cochranville, PA 19330

Pennsylvania – Tyrone

KDCTA - Keystone Dressage and Combined Training Association

Phone: (814) 931-0360
Facebook page: Keystone Dressage and Combined Training
Main Contact: Stephanie Dobiss

USDF GMO in Central PA offers regularly scheduled meetings, Opportunity to join the KDCTA Grand Quadrille Drill Team; Access to a variety of programs and clinics; Dressage and Working Equitation Shows.


KDCTA – Keystone Dressage and Combined Training Association
767 Washington Ave
Tyrone, PA 16686

South Carolina – Aiken

South Eastern Working Equitation

Phone: (443) 838-6448
Facebook page: South Eastern Working Equitation (SEWE)
Main Contact: Meghan Blair Truppner

Offering correct and educational opportunities in the Aiken and surrounding areas to support the continued efforts of USAWE.


South Eastern Working Equitation (SEWE)
4467 Wagener Road
Aiken, SC 29805

Tennessee – Bulls Gap

Renaissance Farm

Phone: (401) 965-1851
Facebook page: Three Bulls Farm

Main Contact: Maria Blackstone

Breeding Andalusian, Lusitano and Iberian Sport Horses, Dressage and WE lessons, clinics, and competitions. Boarding and Layovers. Equestrian Vaulting Program, clinics, and competitions. Stallion services and mare care.

Three Bulls Farm
625 Beech Grove Road
Bulls Gap, TN 37711

Tennessee – Crossville

Middle TN Working Equitation

Phone: (717) 609-2822

Main Contact: Terry Peiper

Middle TN Working Equitation promotes the sport through clinics, playdays, demonstrations and schooling shows in central Tennessee and neighboring areas. As participation grows, we plan to host licensed shows and educational seminars. We focus on building a supportive community of Working Equitation enthusiasts of all different levels while promoting classical horsemanship and the welfare of the horse. 

Middle TN Working Equitation
470 Copperhead Ln.
Crossville, TN 38571

Tennessee – Lenoir City

Crossroads Dressage and Combined Training Society

Phone: (770) 500-8108
Facebook page: Crossroads Dressage and Combined Training Society
Main Contact: Julie Hall

CDCTS offers all forms of dressage including Traditional, Western, and Gaited as well as combined training. Many of our members are pursuing Working Equitation as an enhancement to their Dressage background and training regimen.

Crossroads Dressage & Combined Training Society
P.O. Box 10801
Knoxville, TN  37939

Texas – Mineral Wells

2 Irons Ranch

Phone: (940) 328-9836
Facebook page: 2 Irons Ranch
Main Contact: Donna Waldrup

Arena, Training, Clinics, Overnight Horse Hotel

2 Irons Ranch
545 Copperhead
Mineral Wells, TX  76067

Vermont – Johnson

New England Working Equitation

Main Contact: Stephanie Hayes

Supporting the development of the fun and exciting sport of Working Equitation throughout New England and the Northeast.

New England Working Equitation
P.O. Box 22
Johnson, VT 05656

Virginia – Virginia Beach

Working Equitation of Southeastern VA

Phone: (352) 209-0068
Facebook page:  Working Equitation of Southeastern VA
Main Contact: Amie Perryman

WESEVA is dedicated to the promotion of and adherence to USAWE activities including educational clinics, schooling shows, obstacle play dates and general horsey fun! We serve as a place where everyone is encouraged to develop to their highest ability while enjoying time with their friends – two and four legged!

Working Equitation of Southeastern VA
4701 Shore Dr. Ste 103-235
Virginia Beach, VA 23455

Virginia – Haymarket

Northern Virginia Working Equitation (NOVAWE)

Main Contact: Biddie Lowry

Northern Virginia Working Equitation (NOVAWE) is a member organization dedicated to promoting the growth of the equestrian sport of Working Equitation in Northern Virginia and the surrounding areas through education and Working Equitation (WE) activities. This organization welcomes all equestrian disciplines, offers opportunities to advance mounted skills and knowledge of WE, and encourages the development of a harmonious relationship between horse and rider.

15140 Heather Mill Ln, #304
Haymarket, VA 20169

Washington – Walla Walla Valley

Walla Walla Valley Working Equitation

Main Contact: Janet Phinney

Supporting the development of the fun and exciting sport of working equitation in the Walla Walla valley and surrounding areas.

Walla Walla Valley Working Equitation
PO Box 4
Dayton, WA 99328

Wisconsin – Mason

The Sunrise Ranch

Phone: (715) 730-0857

Main Contact: Adrienne Dymesich

The Sunrise Ranch is a training facility and stud farm in northern Wisconsin. For many years the Dymesich family has been starting family safe trail and sport horses using classical foundation methods. Personally the Dymesich family competes in Distance Racing, Working Equitation, and Working Cattle.  Today the SRR hosts equestrian clinics and shows and offers private lessons on riding, training, and horsemanship for all ages year round.  The SRR is known across the country for producing top quality classical Morgans as well as Andelusian and Welsh cross for sport. All breeding stock are advanced under saddle for quality assessment and all foals are genetically tested for gait and color before listing. The Sunrise Ranch feels that Working Equitation is the perfect skill to advance the partnership of horse and rider and it is enthusiastic to promote the sport in the Northland of Region 5.

The Sunrise Ranch
60055 Roy Anderson Rd.
Mason, WI 54856

Wisconsin – Newton

Kemp Horsemanship

Phone: (414) 704-0539
Facebook page: Kemp Horsemanship
Main Contact: Emily Kemp

Kemp Horsemanship promotes the sport of working equitation in Wisconsin and many other states through clinics, lessons, schooling shows, B rated shows, and play days. We hope to see you at one of our events!

Kemp Horsemanship
9010 County Rd. X
Newton, WI 53063

All States

Friends of Sound Horses

Main Contact: Dianne Little, VP Programs

FOSH (Friends of Sound Horses) is a national leader in promoting, supporting and protecting gaited horses.  FOSH’s mission is to promote all sound, naturally gaited horses (in this context “sound” means not “sored”).    FOSH focuses on three areas for gaited horses:  1)  educating people about sound horse training principles; 2)  supporting sound shows, events and activities; 3) working to end soring.    Need gaited horse information and resources?  FOSH publishes the SOUND ADVOCATE, the only all gaited breed horse magazine in electronic print.   FOSH is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

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