• Phoenix, Arizona
Arizona Dressage Association

ADA Fall Fiesta

ADA Fall Fiesta logo

WestWorld Equestrian Center, Scottsdale, AZ

November 6-7, 2021
Opening: TBD | Closing: TBD


Judges: TBD 
Show Secretary Show Manager
Sue Plasman
2582 Jennifer Drive
Live Oak, CA 95953
Phone(s): (530) 695-0509, (602) 463-2505
Email: splasman@comcast.net
Jay Chabucos
Phone: (623) 221-0707
Email: Jay.Chabucos@gmail.com
  • Day Sheets (Classes, Rings & Times) >
    • Day Sheets TBA >
    • Rider Schedule TBA >
    • Manager’s Letter TBA >
  • Official Prize List (Contains Class List, Stabling Fees & Show Information) TBD >
    • WestWorld Policy: Current Coggins (dated within the previous 12 months) required
    • USEF GR845:  Vaccination  required for  Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus vaccinations within last six months

Official Qualifying Competition for the 2022 AZ State Championships, 2022 GAIG/USDF Regional Championships, USDF Rider Medal Awards


Show Sponsorship:

We appreciate you supporting our shows with your generous donations. ADA Sponsorship is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law, and you will receive a separate tax records receipt from us acknowledging your donation. Thank you in advance for your support.

Online Sponsor/Advertiser Form (credit card payment) >
Volunteers Vendors
Needed, Welcomed & Appreciated!


The ADA relies on volunteers to run an enjoyable, organized Show.  Why not use this opportunity to meet your Year End Awards volunteer requirement (4 hours minimum) and become eligible for ADA Scholarships and Grants!  We train on site.

Kathy Smith
Phone: (623) 570-5991
Email: k.smith@azdressage.org

Interested in selling your goods?  Setups both indoors and out!  Contact the ADA Vendor Coordinator at vendors@azdressage.org for the current vendor pricing and locations:


How do ADA stalls get assigned?

In the process of assigning the show barns, the Barn Manager will take into consideration four requirements, each carrying equal weight.

  1. Platinum Sponsorship Package
  2. GMO membership
  3. Longevity in show participation
  4. The number of stalls reserved
  5. Show Management discretion (Mgmt may consider special needs, special circumstances or compliance with Show Ground and Facility Rules, etc.)