January 22, 2018
February 6, 2018
29th annual Music Country Grand Prix
Dr. Monty McInturff (right) with JJ Johnson, who helps run the Middle Tennessee Pony Club Horse Trials
On Saturday, June 3, 2017 at 3 p.m. the gates and Silent Auction opened. The “People Prix” provided a fun, kid-sized jumping course in which young and young-at-heart competitors could test their jumping skills. At 5 p.m. the Music Country Grand Prix competition began.
This year’s winner was Zavira, ridden by Louise Graves, taking home the $12,000 top prize. Second went to Orage Z, ridden by Peter Jordan, and third was Zeros, ridden by Carson Grisham, who also placed eleventh on Crack De Muze.
David Jennings rode Aventador to fourth place and Colleen Acosta was fifth with Himini.
David Jennings was sixth with Harvest Moon and eighth with KM Corfina, while Michael Burnett squeezed between with a seventh on Iron. Jennings was also tenth with Carmina.
Faith Davis placed ninth on DaVinci. Miguel Ventura rounded out the top twelve with Helen in twelfth place.
The Music Country Grand Prix benefits Saddle Up!, Middle Tennessee’s oldest and largest nonprofit organization providing horse-based programs for children/youth with disabilities. Saddle Up! offers recreational therapeutic horseback riding, physical and occupational therapy, equine assisted learning and the Saddle Up! Equestrian Club. More information is available at www.saddleupnashville.org.
The Music Country Grand Prix is the highlight of Brownland Farm’s Nashville Classic horse show, which ran May 31-June 4. This is the second in the series that followed the Nashville Country horse show, May 24-28, 2017. Find more information about these shows at: www.brownlandfarm.com.
More information about the Music Country Grand Prix is available at www.musiccountrygrandprix.com and on facebook at Music Country Grand Prix.
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