The Western Dressage Association of America announces the return of Eitan Beth-Halachmy and his Morgan stallion Santa Fe Renegade to the World Equestrian Games (WEG) (http://www.alltechfeigames.com) in Lexington, KY this month. Eitan and Santa Fe were featured in the closing ceremonies in 2006 at the Aachen, Germany World Games. This year the pair will be a featured event in the WEG opening ceremonies on Saturday, September 25.
Join Eitan and Santa Fe daily in the WEG Clinician’s Corral to learn about his unique discipline of Cowboy Dressage. (Schedule provided below.) You can also find Eitan daily at the International Equestrian Festival in the Spalding Predators Booth #713 and the Redmond Rock Booth #804 at the Lexington Convention Center in downtown Lexington.
Eitan has combined his knowledge of classical dressage and traditional western horsemanship to produce his trademark western horses. His knowledge, warm teaching style and entertainment skills have made him a popular clinician and entertainer in the horse industry in the US and abroad.
The interest in his approach to western horsemanship has led to the formation of the Western Dressage Association of American. Eitan has agreed to be a consultant for the WDAA and will assist in the Association’s launch at WEG.
For more information contact: info@WesternDressageAssociation.com
The mission of the Western Dressage Association of America (WDAA) is to inspire and enlighten western riders and their horses to a higher level of horsemanship and partnership through the use of dressage and to create an educational environment and competitive format within the horse industry for the western dressage horse and rider.