January 22, 2018
February 6, 2018
Tennessean Dressage Show
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Brownland Farm in Franklin, TN was the site of this year’s Tennessean Dressage show June 6-7, 2014, sponsored by the Central Tennessee Dressage Association (CDTA).
Ginger Gilmore and Killian's Red won the National Dressage Pony Cup at the show. Ginger is from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where she is Director of Behavioral Medicine/Athletic Trainer for the University of Alabama football team. Killian's Red is a Welsh gelding. The Dressage Pony Cup promotes ponies in dressage competition. The Tennessean show is one of 19 partner shows that give American Dressage Ponies their own competitions. The National Dressage Pony Cup will be held in Lexington, KY at the Kentucky Horse Park on September 6-7, 2014. More information about the Pony Cup at: dressageponycup.com.
High point Thoroughbreds were recognized by the Thoroughbred Incentive Program (TIP) at the Tennessean dressage show included: Sharon Anthony and It's Teddy; Kelly Arnold and Corrao; Letha Calvin and Look Cody Look; and Emily Evans and Read All Over.
CTDA member Jana Henry and Velando (aka Andy) were High Point Champions in the First Level Adult Amateur division. Velando is a KWPN gelding, imported from the Netherlands as a four-year-old.
Door Number 3 (aka Monty) and CTDA member Mimi Bliss were High Point Champions in theTraining Level / Adult Amateur division.
CTDA member Liz Lindenauer and Weltwinn were the FEI High Point Adult Amateur and won first place in the Prix St. Georges AA.
CTDA member Katie MacFarlane earned her USDF Bronze Medal with Merle at the Tennessean Express dressage show on June 7.
In addition to dressage competition, there were “Shop ‘til you drop” vendors on the show grounds, including Harmony Farms Saddle Shop and Barn Girl Jewelry, which opened for business at the show.
The previous weekend, May 31-June 1, CDTA held a schooling show at the Roberson Equestrian Center in Murfreesboro, TN. The show include traditional dressage classes on May 31, and June 1 was devoted toWestern and Gaited Dressage. The multi-discipline dressage schooling show was quite successful.
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