Arizona Dressage Association

Mission Statement

The Arizona Dressage Association, a USDF Region 5 Group Member Organization (GMO), is a not-for-profit educational organization whose goal is to promote the advancement of Classical Dressage through educational opportunities and programs and the rigorous evaluations received at USEF/USDF recognized and schooling dressage shows.

History

While originally formed in 1963, the organization’s focus on Dressage began in 1975. Since that time, the group has grown to 300+ Dressage enthusiasts who pursue their love of horses and Dressage through our many educational programs and shows.

Northern Arizona Chapter of Arizona Dressage Association

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Live in Northern Arizona?  Check out the ADA Northern Arizona Chapter

NAC hosts a summer series of schooling shows and educational activities for the Northern Arizona community and for the  Phoenix metro folks who want a fun getaway-from-the heat adventure.

 

NAC Mission Statement:  The Northern Arizona Chapter of the Arizona Dressage Association, located in Prescott, Chino Valley, Prescott Valley, is a group of individuals with a love of horses-whose goals are to promote the advancement of dressage among its members through educational opportunities, programs and shows; to promote dressage to the local community by example through education, demonstrations and shows and to accomplish these goals in a spirit of fun and enjoyment among the members and their equine partners.