About WESA

Board of Directors

WESA Board of Directors 2019-2020

Board Officers, Seated L-R:

Gerald Adame, Chairperson of the Board
Jay Phillips, President
Patrick Powers, Vice President
Scott Tucker, Secretary, Treasurer

WESA Directors, Standing L-R:

Brad Tucker (2019-2020)
Justin Muir (2018-2019)
Joe Martin (2018-2019)
Paige Wallace (2019-2020)
Travis Jakeway (2018-2019)
Michael Anderson (2018-2019)
Dave Morgan (2019-2020)
Western and English Sales Association

Western English and Sales Association (WESA)

MISSION STATEMENT WESA is a not-for-profit association that forms a community by creating a biannual trade show, driven by the active Western, English, and Rural lifestyles, cultures, and values.

VISION To create an ever-growing international Equine trade show.

VALUES Education | Community | Trade and Fellowship

About WESA

The Western & English Sales Association (WESA) was organized in 1921, under the corporate name Men’s Apparel Club of Colorado. These WESA founders launched an initial trade show located in Denver, CO in January 1922, with the goal of creating a forum where retailers, manufacturers, and sales representatives could conduct business in an atmosphere of fair trade and fellowship. Now, the International Western/English Apparel & Equipment Markets are the world’s largest trade events for the Equestrian Industry, attracting a constantly growing global audience to WESA’s world-class Markets.

WESA trade shows boast record-breaking retail attendance from a national and international audience. WESA uses extensive trade advertising, direct mail and international media campaigns to bring retailers to Denver twice a year to buy product for their stores.

Enhanced by the supportive advertising of its membership and their companies, the WESA Markets are regarded as the single-sourcing entity for more than 2,500 product lines, bringing more than 7,000 retailers to the WESA Markets each year. WESA also serves as a source for information and education for retailers and exhibitor, bringing sold business and lifestyle expertise to the trade, through Market seminars and demonstrations.

The WESA Board welcomes your thoughts and suggestions. Comment forms are available during all Markets at the WESA Show Office, or feel free to write in after the Market.

Western & English Sales Association
451 E. 58th Avenue, Suite 1160
Denver, CO 80216

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WESA Membership


Manufacturers and sales representatives comprise WESA’s Association, uniting a national and international Membership, more than 1,000 strong. As a non-profit member-directed trade association, WESA members are dedicated to the continued maintenance and expansion of the WESA Markets as premier trade shows.

WESA’s Markets, located in the heart of the West, both by heritage and geography, fulfill a business legacy. Industry members meet successfully, year after year, at the two trade shows, stimulating a constantly improving venue, bringing thousands of diverse products and individuals into an “industry” – WESA’s Membership is the common denominator for the industry.

National Little Britches Rodeo Association National High School Rodeo Association Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International The Urban Farm The United States Pony Clubs, Inc. Future Farmers of America

WESA Gives Back

WESA extends continuing support to the larger equestrian industry through annual scholarship programs for National Little Britches Rodeo (NLBRA), National High School Rodeo (NHSRA) and Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH).

The WESA Open Benefit Golf Tournament in conjunction with WESA’s June Market, brings 100 supporters together for a day of Industry networking and funding for these Associations and others, including Western Endowment Trust (WESTrust) the Urban Farm and The United States Pony Club. WESA contributes more than $20,000 annually to these charities as a way to support the Industry’s youth.

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January 2020 Trade Show

Book Cover January 2020 Trade Show - Western and English Sales Association
The largest Western/English Market in the Industry occupies four buildings at the Denver Mart complex.

Three (3) are used for exhibit space and one (1) houses special events and food service.

  • 8:30 am - 6:00 pmFriday, January 10
  • 8:30 am - 6:00 pmSaturday, January 11
  • 8:30 am - 6:00 pmSunday, January 12
  • 8:30 am - 3:00 pmMonday, January 13
61 styles offering the largest selection of equestrian gloves