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MTEA Schooling Show
Middle Tennessee Eventing Association (MTEA) hosted a Schooling Show at Riverdale Farms in Fayetteville, Tenn. on Saturday December 5, 2020. Riverdale Farms is a great facility for eventing, with over 600 acres of well maintained land bordering on the Elk River, a trail system, 80 acres of pasture, a 19,000 square foot lighted indoor arena, a 200 x 300 outdoor arena, and a cross country course. Competitors enjoyed great weather for the dressage and show jumping combined test.
Judges were Mahayla Goedde and Beate Kuska. Sponsors included Franklin horse Supply, Unicorn Grooming Spray, and Johnson Hoof Solution.
One interesting fact about Riverdale farms is that it is a solar farm, generating power for the surrounding community. Riverdale Farms is owned by Barry Brown and managed by Beate Kuska.
Find out more about MTEA at: www.middletneventing.com and on facebook. Find out more about Riverdale Farms at: www.riverdalefarms.net and on facebook.
MTEA also hosted a three-day eventing clinic with Karl Slezak on December 17-19, 2020. Slezak is a short-listed member of the Canadian Eventing Team and is head trainer at Wolf Run Farm in Caledon East, Ontario. He’s also an “A” Pony Club graduate and an Equine Canada Certified level one coach.
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