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At Cascade Horse Shows, we care about the experience all our 4 hoofed and 2 footed friends have at our shows.  

This year, we are thrilled to announce that we will be holding our July Pacific Crest Open and Pacific Crest Outreach shows at the beautiful Washington State Horse Park in Cle Elum, WA, the same venue that so successfully hosts our two flagship shows in June, the Swiftwater Invitational and the Alpine Preview.

In addition we are returning to the intimate and relaxed Bridle Trails State Park in Cle Elum for the 4 day Cascade Classic.  

We look forward to closing out the Cascade Horse Shows season at Donida Equestrian Center in Auburn for the 23rd year of the Octoberfest show.

We look forward to your feedback about our shows and the venues we pick and how they can be improved.
This venue offers a lovely pine forest over small and large early summer wild flowers of Lupine and Indian Paintbrush.  Picture perfect on the sunny side of the Cascade Mountains in the foothills, prepare for some hot, some cool, some breezy days and always cool evenings. When you are done for the day be sure to enjoy the beautiful views of mountain peaks, miles and miles of equestrian trails as well as eventing fields to play in if you'd like.  

This venue is set to grow and easily hosts our USEF National Shows selling out 320 stalls, with 3 show rings and an oversized and split warm-up ring,  footing is always top priority here. 

Thank-you WSHP Donors.  
The new WSHP has many infrastructure needs such as investments in annual footing upgrades, lunging area footing upgrades, one more warmup ring, electricity to the rings, more permanent stabling, and a new covered arena.  Check the WSHP website for the latest plans.

To donate,  contact the WSHP and designate your donation for Hunter/Jumper improvements.  The WSHP is a 501c3 non-profit charity organization.  
  • ​1202 Douglas Munro Blvd   Cle Elum, WA 98922
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  • 5300 116th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033
At Bridle Trails, you'll find a smaller and more intimate riding experience set in 482 acres of forested natural land.  With one main ring and 2 warm-up rings, the stabling and haul-in spaces close at hand.  You will enjoy the picnic tables, the 20 miles of horse trails and the lovely scents of the pine forest you'll be in.  And all of this close to home if you live in the extended Seattle Area.  Bridle Trails State Park is a secluded respite from the city in the middle of the city.

Footing is always top priority with horse and exhibitor experience close behind.  

We strive to make this show one of your favorites. 

Remember to bring your required Washington State Discover Pass for parking as this is a Washington State Park or plan to park on the street just outside the park. 

Bridle Trails State Park Equestrian Trail Map


Driving Directions

From I-405 North:
Exit freeway at Exit #17 (NE 70th St.)
Turn right at end of freeway exit onto 116th Ave. NE
At NE 60th St. Stop sign, continue straight ahead
Park entrance is on the left hand side of the road.

From I-405 South:
Exit freeway at Exit #17 (NE 70th St.)
Turn right at end of freeway exit onto NE 70th St.
At light, turn right onto 116th Ave. NE
At NE 60th St. Stop sign, continue straight ahead
Park entrance is on the left hand side of the road.

There are three signed trails in the park. A kiosk is located at the main trailhead with a map of the three loop trails described below. The main trailhead is located up the hill from the northwest corner of the parking lot. Please take care to follow park rules so that everyone can enjoy this wonderful park. The Trillium trail has 10 interpretive signs along its route.  


Donate to the Bridle Trails Park Foundation

The Bridle Trails Park Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization established to preserve, maintain, and enhance Bridle Trials State Park. The foundation is raising money to subsidize the operating budget of the park. Visit the Bridle Trails Park Foundation website for more information on the park, volunteering or donating to the foundation.

  • 16600 SE 376th St  Auburn, WA 98092
Driving Directions

  From Interstate 5, merge onto WA-18 E toward Auburn.
  Take the WA-164 E exit toward Enumclaw / Muckleshoot Reservation.
  Turn left onto Auburn Way S / WA-164. Continue to follow WA-164 for 5.7 miles.
  Turn left onto SE 380th Pl at “Cooper’s Corner.”
  At the end of the road, turn left onto 160th Pl SE.
  Take a sharp right onto SE 376th St.
  16600 SE 376TH St is on your left. Look for the Donida Farm sign.