WDAA World Show Test Results (PDF) of Stacy’s rides

The results are in…and both of my horses are now Western Dressage World Champions!
“I Can Can I” won her Level 4, Test 3 class (thats Willow, the little dun)
“Ravenclaw” won TWO classes and was Reserve Champion in another! (bay mare aka Gabby)
I’m so glad that the WDAA decided to make the ‘pandemic pivot’ and go online. I learned so much by entering this virtual show!

Thank you

Western Dressage Association of America WDAA

for taking on the huge challenge of hosting this show!

Also, thanks to Suzanne Vlietstra for talking me into this…to Jesse Westfall
for mastering test reading & recording at the same time (that’s talent) and to Mikelann McCarty for running the camera the rest of the time, and to Sarah Casey Kelley for entertaining me?.
?I owe you all that celebratory restaurant trip we would usually do…but at least we don’t have to pack up the trailer and prepare for the long drive home, lol!

Here are PDF copies of my tests from the WDAA World Show.
Click the text to read the PDF.

“Ravenclaw” 5 year old AQHA mare, aka Gabby. Shown in all Open Level 2 Classes.

Gabby won Level 2, Test 2 Open

Download (PDF, 1.27MB)

Gabby won Level 2, Test 3 Open

Download (PDF, 1.79MB)

Gabby was reserve champion in Level 2, Test 4

Download (PDF, 1.64MB)

Gabby was 9th in Level 2, Test 1

Download (PDF, 1.32MB)

“I Can Can I” 9 year old AQHA mare, aka Willow. Shown in all Open Level 4 Classes.

Willow won Level 4, Test 3 Open

Download (PDF, 1.86MB)

Willow was 6th in Level 4, Test 1 Open

Download (PDF, 847KB)

Willow was 8th in Level 4, Test 2 Open

Download (PDF, 1.2MB)

Willow was 11th in Level 4, Test 4 Open

Download (PDF, 1.64MB)

“Press On Regardless” rescue horse, aka Presto. Shown in Basic Level Test 1 Open

Presto finished 37th

Download (PDF, 1.89MB)


  1. Barbara Means on December 17, 2020 at 8:31 pm

    I think the comment I liked the most was the judge that noticed how happy your horse was during the ride. I call that a win every time regardless of the score. Great job!

  2. Joy Schuetz on November 11, 2020 at 4:36 pm

    Outstanding……watching all of these has given me a better understanding of the training and connection with your horses. It was very informative. Congratulations on your success with all your horses…..they are beautiful and happy looking. Thanks for sharing. Very happy for you all.

  3. Linda Coyle on November 11, 2020 at 4:20 pm

    OMG! These are awesome Stacy! It’s like going to an online WD clinic with you! You are helping your readers/ followers so much by posting this information. I can’t wait until one day when Covid is over and we can come to a place for a face to face WD clinic with you!

    Congratulations! You are such an inspiration!

    • Ellen OConnor on November 11, 2020 at 8:03 pm

      So very happy for you!!!

  4. Carol on November 11, 2020 at 11:58 am


  5. Pam Krull on November 11, 2020 at 11:56 am

    Way to GO! CONGRATULATIONS!!! All the hard work has paid off! So Happy for you!!

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