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Wacky Tacky Xmas Show


Mid-South Dressage Academy held their annual Wacky Tacky Xmas Show on December 13, 2014. This last schooling show of the year is always a fun get-together, where riders have the option of dressing in their tackiest “seasonal” costume for their ride. This year’s show paired with a saddle fitting clinic with Catherine Overstreet of Embrace Saddle Fit. So folks could come early on Friday, have their saddle checked and adjusted if need be, and then enjoy the show on Saturday.

“The show was great!” said Elizabeth Clifton, owner of Mid-South Dressage Academy. “We had our largest show yet with 39 rides! We had a really cute pas de deux with Caitlyn Massey and Hannah Hudson. The weather was beautiful and things just couldn’t have been better!” Competitors shared a pot luck lunch in the midst of the full day of dressage riding.

Nicole Ardito-Ng took some photos and a video of Caitlyn and Hanna doing their pas de deux. “We didn’t have any music, but they had so much fun putting it together,” Nicole said. However, there were jingle bells, as appropriate for the season. “Hanna also rode [her pony] Sneakers in an Intro B test and I rode Caitlyn’s pony, Lexi, in a Training 1 test. Elizabeth always does a fantastic job of hosting these fun shows.”

Here is a video link to the Elf Riders’ test if you’d like to see it: We believe you’ll be impressed with the quality and precision of the riding! But your cute meters may peg!

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