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Providing tools and technologies that facilitate online education for the equestrian community.

What we do

WDAA judge Education

WDAA Judge Education Platform

HorseShow.com developed and supports the online tools being used by the Western Dressage Association® of America for its Judge Education and Evaluation Programs. This platform allows individuals applying to the United States Equestrian Federation for accreditation as a Western Dressage judge to watch videos of each test and score them online as part of the evaluation process. This removes the time and expense normally required for applicant judges to travel to live shows in order to gain this important judging experience.

Young Horse Championship

USEF Young Horse Championship

HorseShow.com is proud to be the presenting sponsor of these successful national championships. We have developed tools for programs like this that allow riders preparing for national championships to submit videos of their training for online evaluation by national coaches and experts using our proprietary voiceover technology. This platform provides athletes direct access to trainers whom they might not otherwise have access to, without the need to travel. Our technology has been used by trainers, coaches and judges throughout the United States and Europe to provide training support to hundreds of riders.



The gamification of educational tools is at the forefront of technologies being used in the online learning community today. HorseWorld is a recreational game we have developed for all horse lovers where they can build and manage their own horse farm and stables, train their horses, and enter them into shows and races. The HorseWorld app is available for iPad and Android tablets and can be played on Facebook. Our expertise in game development can be applied in a variety of ways to support an organization’s online education program.

If your company would like to explore ways that our technology can help facilitate your online education programs, please contact us here