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Sept 23, 2017

"Border Battle"

Cowboy Dressage Show

check events page for entry forms


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 2017

Membership Special!!

Join now for this great price!!


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NEW FOR 2017

Jackpot Cowboy Rail Class

Open, Am and Youth

Stay tuned to learn more about this exciting class!


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Sept 2016 Cowboy Dressage Schooling Show was a HUGE SUCESS!! 54 Entries


Show High Point Winners:

High Point Youth - Sophia Armstrong

Reserve Youth - Blythe Evans

High Point Am - Cecilia Harschfield

Reserve Am - Cindy Togstad

High Point Open - Lisa Eggling

Reserve Open - Megan Brockoff


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Soft Feel is the mission and guiding principle of Cowboy Dressage®.  It is a wordless, intimate and for some a spiritual communication within the partnership between horse and rider. Soft feel is not only sending messages but having the sensitivity and awareness to feel and receive messages sent by the horse. The timing and use of  the release, relaxation, preparation and execution are the fundamentals of Soft Feel.
The competitive discipline of Cowboy Dressage® uses a uniquely designed court, on which the horse and rider execute “tests” prescribed through advancing levels of difficulty. Judges score these tests based on the horse and rider’s quality of performance as they advance through these defined levels.  Judges also score the horse and rider on lightness, harmony, finesse and the partnership expected as well as balance, cadence, carriage, control, and performance. ©



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The Cowboy Dressage World of Nebraska is a grass-roots organization dedicated to improve performance of the western horse and rider and inspire riders to achieve “soft feel” consistant with the vision of Eitan Beth-Halachmy and Debbie Beth-Halachmy, creators of  Cowboy Dressage. All CDWN events, programs and services encourage fun, friendly, family-oriented competition at all levels where members can participate in many fun activities and learning experiences and share a passion for the true equine athlete. To encourage the development of informational material such as clinics, shows etc. CDWN competitions are open to all horse enthusiasts who want to become better horsemen and have fun with their horses while enjoying horsemanship and western culture.