Deadline for the Field Trial Review
is Feb. 5
Robin has a talent for eliciting marked improvement in every horse and driver in just one lesson. Robin shares a wealth of knowledge about horses, not just driving, but also feeding, horse management, and horse behavior. With each student, she asks the driver what their goals are for the lesson, and then tailors her teaching to these goals. She also gave helpful hints on turnout for shows. She is an expert on harnesses and harness fit.
At the Saturday evening dinner, Robin shared information with Nashoba members about sleigh driving, which she uses for conditioning in the winter.
Nashoba Carriage Classic. This year marks the 15th annual Nashoba Carriage Classic and Arena Driving Trial, October 24-26, 2014 at the Germantown Charity Horse Show grounds. Admission is free for spectators, and the Revival Southern Food Company will be on site with breakfast and lunch concessions on Saturday.
The show begins on Friday with dressage and cones for the Arena Driving Trial (ADT), with the speed portion of the ADT on Friday night. Crowd favorites, the Carriage Dog Class and Carriage Kids Class, are also on Friday night.
The Nashoba Carriage Classic Pleasure Show is on Saturday with ring classes: turn-out, reinsmanship, and working classes.
Sunday is the Magnolia Drive, a pleasure drive through McFadden Woods in Germantown, TN, allowing a stop for refreshments and judging. There is also a Gambler’s Choice on Sunday morning, sure to be a fast-paced exciting class. Evening dinners and awards presentations round out the weekend.
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