Supporting The Future
West Coast Dressage Development Program is a not for profit organization encouraging and fostering the growth of Dressage through the formative years. It is open to riders up to 25 years of age with a focus on expanding ones knowledge and understanding of Dressage. Through clinics, symposiums, lectures and an achievement based awards program WCDDP is able to help facilitate the growth in our up and coming young Dressage enthusiasts. Members have priority in WCDDP clinics and are eligible for the awards program.
Jaimey Irwin Clinic
Friday April 14th & Saturday April 15th, 2023
Bonnie Brae Farms, Victoria BC
Jaimey is returning to Vancouver Island! The clinic is currently full. Please email us to be listed as an alternative.
Auditor Sign Up is OPEN!
Book your spot quickly and securely below and come learn from Jaimey!
Lendon Grey Clinic
June 23-26, 2023
Lendon Gray is returning to Langley and Vancouver Island this summer! Stay tuned for more info and registration!
CDI Volunteers 2023
WCDDP is in charge of finding volunteers to man the gate at the two CDI’s being held at Thunderbird Show Park.
These will be half day shifts, you will get the best seat in the house, and all you have to do is open the Dressage fence at “A” to let the riders in and out.
You will gain a wealth of knowledge from watching these top riders, be helping your Dressage Community and you will also receive a Tbird baseball cap.
The dates we need volunteers for are June 16,17,18 and July 28, 29, 30, 2023!
Please email email@example.com to sign up!
Rising Stars is Back!
WCDDDP is so excited to see this amazing show back after a few years on hiatus. The show will be hosted at Maple Ridge Equi Centre August 18-20th.
Be sure to follow Rising Stars on social media for all the updates and opportunities.
Dressage BC ("DBC") and the West Coast Dressage Development Program ("WCDDP") have partnered together to be able to serve as many riders as possible in BC. By joining together we hope to expand the reach of both societies and grow the sport of dressage from grass roots, to juniors, through to the adult amateur.
DBC's mission is to provide a combination of education, awards, grants & a network of support to promote dressage.
This fits well with WCDDP’s mission of encouraging, supporting and championing young dressage riders in their pursuit of excellence in the sport.
In the next few years, DBC will focus on adult amateur rider education and grass roots development while WCDDP will continue their focus on Jr/Yr education and development. Now, all DBC Jr members will automatically be members of WCDDP, so only one membership is required for both DBC and WCDDP, senior members can opt into membership with WCDDP if they choose. It is free for juniors to join DBC and WCDDP, thru your HCBC online membership.
Soon, DBC will be announcing the 2023 educational series while WCDDP will be hosting youth clinics with Jaimey Irwin and Lendon Gray.
“This a wonderful opportunity and a logical partnership. It is an exciting time for both of our societies to join together.”
Alison Martin, DBC Vice President.
“I am thrilled about the collaboration of DBC and WCDDP. I feel as though this is going to build our Dressage community closer and create a stronger foundation for the sport here in BC.”
Courtenay Fraser, WCDDP President.
For more information or any questions about the partnership or your membership, please email firstname.lastname@example.org