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Brownland Farm’s Mid-South Classic


Photos by Lili Weik Photography

Coming off the heels of the Fourth of July holiday show, Brownland Farm in Franklin, TN concluded its summer horse show season with The Mid-South Classic, July 7-11, 2021. Some highlights of the show were:

The winner of the $30,000 Grand Prix was Dollar Cash (TKO Partnership) ridden by Trapp O’Neal. Cupertino (Gail Dady) and Augustin Rosales were second. Teri Kessler claimed third and fourth with her two horses: Sambuka de Lurberri (third) and Lascana 3 (fourth).

The win in the $1,000 Pony Hunter Derby went to Point and Shoot and owner/rider Brooke Rubio (trained by Carolyn Bell). All Inclusive and Annie Paniagua (trained by Amanda Pierce) placed second, with third place going to Cognac and Xia Tabanou (trained by Trapp O’Neal).

Friday morning’s $7,500 Hunter Derby win went to Jordantinus (Allison Ventura) with Kelly Mullen in the irons. Second and third went to Translation Please (Larry Glefke owner) and Enzo W (Vandervail, Ltd. owner), respectively, both piloted by Jennifer Alfano. High Scoring Jr./Amateur rider in the Hunter Derby was Caitlin Burns riding Diamante T.

Thursday’s $7500 Welcome Stake saw Teri Kessler in both first and second with her Lascana 3 and Sambuka de Lurberri, respectively. Peter Jordan and Orage Z (Outland Farms, LLC) took third place.

Captivate (Allison Rayburn owner), ridden by Mary Grayson Fauser, was Amateur Adult Hunter 18-35 Champion.
Find full results of the show at

Hospitality is always a part of Brownland farm Shows. On Friday afternoon, Mojo Cookie Dough and Creamery of Hendersonville, Tenn. provided some delicious ice cream and cookie treats. Doesn’t everyone like their cookies and ice cream combined?

Brownland’s fall shows are September 8-12 and September 15-19, and there are some changes to its October line-up. The Autumn Challenge show has been cancelled. But the other two shows will go as scheduled: Autumn Country, October 20-24, and Autumn Classic, October 27-31, 2021.

Many thanks to Lili Weik for providing photos from the show. See more photos from the Brownland shows at:

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