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Wisconsin Dressage and Combined Training Association
The Wisconsin Dressage & Combined Training Association is a non-profit organization run by dedicated volunteers. Through their efforts, the organization offers many services to eventing and dressage enthusiasts throughout the Wisconsin area. WDCTA is a charter member of the United States Dressage Federation ( USDF )
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Westrade Stables - Dutch Dressage Horses (Netherlands)
Looking for a well trained dressage horse? Then here you have found the right address. Our commercial dressage stable is specialized in training dressage horses. Perfection and reliability are our main priorities.

New Dressage Association
The NEW Dressage Association was established in 2009 in response to the changing needs of the Wisconsin dressage community. NEWDA's mission is to create opportunities for its members to engage in dressage for their enjoyment, for their improvement,
and for the benefit of the horse, through education and competition in an atmosphere of mutual respect and support.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*) Please note: Equine massage and bodywork is a non-invasive, gentle wellness modality aimed at enhancing performance in the healthy horse and never replaces proper veterinary care. If in doubt regarding the physical health of your horse please consult your veterinarian.


   
 
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