If you cannot find a Professional near you in the list below…
check out the Train The Trainers™ graduate list for more professionals in your area. CHECK NOW!

The Western Dressage Association® of America does not endorse, suggest or refer instructors, trainers or clinicians. This is a paid advertising section. This is not an exhaustive list and only one of many resources to start learning about your options for an instructor or clinician. The Western Dressage Association® of America takes no liability for the quality of individuals choosing to advertise their services via this list. There are no minimum standards in place to vet or recommend these individuals.

The Western Dressage Association® of America strongly recommends that you thoroughly research and try a minimum of three (3) instructors,trainers and/or clinicians to find the best match for you and your horse or your intended event. The Western Dressage Association® of America does not necessarily share the same ideas, philosophies or training methods as these individuals. We take no liability regarding selection of instructors, trainers or clinicians.

WDAA Professional Directory List (alphabetical order by State)


Business Name Kathleen Elliott Equestrian Training
Name Kathleen Elliott
Address 19275 Vista De Montanas
Murrieta, California 92562
United States
Map It
Business Phone (951) 288-0521
Mobile Phone (951) 288-0521
Website westerndressagetrainer.com
Services & Credentials

Kathleen's experience in western dressage includes 3 consecutive years of garnering multiple top 10 finishes at the Western Dressage World Championship Show. She also has participated in the California and Canada Western Dressage Association of America Train the Trainers program. She was invited to serve as a demo rider in the WDAA Advanced Train the Trainer program. Her success in working with clients and their horses developing western dressage skills is built on decades of riding and training in the disciplines of western, English, and dressage riding. Her impressive resume also includes American Riding Instructors Association (ARIA) certification in Level II Western Dressage.