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Western Equestrian Society

The Western Equestrian Society (WES) was formed in 1985 to promote the discipline of Western Riding to the standard as practised in the United States. We promote the sport for enthusiasts at all levels, whether pure beginners or seasoned competitors. You can enjoy all of our ridden activities with ANY breed of horse or pony. Members participate with Highland ponies, Welsh ponies and cobs, traditional cobs, Haflingers, Arabians and also the various western breeds. In fact, you name the breed and there’s probably a WES member out there riding it in a western saddle! We like a bit of variety!
Western Equestrian Society
Western Equestrian Society5 days ago
There is one place become available for the WES camp at Moreton Morrell 26th-28th April. £100 deposit required to secure place. £225 in total. Please contact Deborah Langford ASAP 🤠
Western Equestrian Society
Western Equestrian Society3 weeks ago
Bye Bye 2018
and HELLO
2019
may it bring you all of your wishes!!!!!!!
Western Equestrian Society
Western Equestrian Society1 month ago
16th & 17th February 2019

WES Area 2 Michael Langford Clinic to be held indoors at Trevor Hall Farm, Trevor Hall Road, Llangollen. LL20 7UP by kind permission of Louise Parker
We propose Michael will have 3 Groups of 3. Each group will have a 75 minute ridden session morning and afternoon. Whilst not riding you are invited into the ring to hear what instruction is being given. Tea and Coffee is available please bring your own food.
The cost of the clinic is £70 per day £130 for both days or if you just want a single session £40 but only if spaces are available. Spectators are welcome at no charge
A deposit of £30 per day must be received by Saturday 19th January with the balance by Saturday 2nd February 2018.

Booking forms are on the Area 2 Website
http://www.wes-area-2.co.uk/events-in-2018

Trail Riding Award Scheme


The Scheme is very simple – any WES member who hacks out for pleasure (training and schooling do NOT count) in a western saddle can record their hours and qualify for an award. The horse does not have to belong to the rider but must be ridden in a western saddle.

Participants can download a Log Book to record their hours spent hacking.

Subject to ratification* the following awards will be made: o 50 hours

members will receive a commemorative certificate. o 75 hours

certificate o 150 hours certificate o 250 hours

a certificate plus an inscribe ed silver belt buckle* supplied by Montana Silversmiths o 500 hours

certificate plus option to pure chase trail award merchandise embroidered with the Trail Award Logo s supplied by Sequoia Western o 1000 hours

option to purchase a Trail Award Jacket embroidered with Trail Award Logo supplied by Sequoia Western together with 1 years free membership of the Society *To qualify for the silver belt buckle and other benefits claimants must have maintained continuous membership of the society since joining the scheme.

In the event of membership lapsing for any period the claimants participation in the Trail Riding Scheme will be deemed void. Rider records must be submitted to the Society on an annual basis when requested. Clothing supplied will vary depending upon the fashion as the time of request.

Payment for: Award Scheme

Trail Riding Award Scheme - £40

The Scheme is very simple - any WES member who hacks out for pleasure (training and schooling do NOT count) in a western saddle can record their hours and qualify for an award.

Payment for: Award Scheme

Amount: £40

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WES Trophy Buckle

WES has produced a customised trophy buckle which is available for members to buy to celebrate any award that they win at a WES event from a class win to a high point award.

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