WestWorld Equestrian Center, Scottsdale, AZ
April 15-16, 2017 | Opening: February 11th | Closing: March 15th
Judges: Heidi Berry ‘S ’ Purcellville, VA; Mike Osinski ‘S’ Lacey, WA; Kristi Wysocki ‘S’ Elbert, CO; Brent Hicks ‘S’ Mission Viejo, CA
|Show Secretary||Show Manager|
2582 Jennifer Drive
Live Oak, CA 95953
Phone(s): (530) 695-0509, (602) 463-2505
Phone: (623) 221-0707
|Official Qualifying Competition for the 2017 AZ State Championships, 2017 GAIG/USDF Regional Championships, USDF Rider Medal Awards; the 2017 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Riders’ Championships, and the 2017 USEF USEF National Pony Rider Championships, and 2017 Massey Ferguson/USEF National Junior and Young Rider Championships and 2017 USEF Brentina Cup Championships. Official Qualifying Competition for the 2017 Markel/USEF Young Horse Dressage Championships, National Developing Horse PSG Championships and USEF National Developing Grand Prix Championship.
||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.
(To sponsor more than one class, you can change the “Quantity” when you reach the PayPal website):
|Please contact Kathy Smith our Volunteer Coordinator.
Phone: (623) 570-5991
The ADA relies on volunteers to run an enjoyable, organized event. Free entry to paid ADA events, fulfillment of service requirements for ADA year end awards, scholarship and travel grant eligibility, and the rewards of friendship and free education are just some of the ways you benefit when you volunteer. And the best way to thank your volunteers is to return the favor when it’s their time to be part of an education or competitive event. We’d love to have your help for a morning or afternoon shift (4-5 hours) but even if you can only donate an hour or two, we appreciate your help. Competitors, we can also work around your ride schedule.
|Vendor Coordinator: Heather Bilodeau
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.
- GMO membership
- Longevity in show participation
- The number of stalls reserved
- Show Management discretion (Mgmt may consider special needs, special circumstances or compliance with Show Ground and Facility Rules, etc.)