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Tennessean Dressage Show at Brownland Farm


2017/07/07


Jordan Lockwood and Wonderboy (rider in brown jacket) (Photo credit: Tim Lockwood)

Caroline Caughron and Cat’s Pajamas (girl with ribbons and horse) (Photo credit: Greta Caughron)

Angela Jackson patting her horse (don’t know which horse) shows ferns in foreground (Photo credit: Mimi Bliss)

Morgan-Bailey Horan and August Rush (rider in blue jacket) (Photo credit: Joanne Lowery)

By Mimi Bliss

The June dressage show at Brownland Farm continues to grow, as competitors flock to Brownland’s beautiful and shady show grounds in Franklin, Tenn. Sponsored by the Central Tennessee Dressage Association, the Tennessean Express and Tennessean dressage shows on June 10-11 included 3 rings with rides from Introductory through Grand Prix. The back-to-back shows are recognized by the United States Dressage Federation. Many competitors use their scores to qualify for regional and potentially national dressage championships.

High score of the weekend went to Tami Crawford and Day of Glory, who earned a score of 80% on Saturday.
The winning Youth Team was Jordan Lockwood, Morgan-Bailey Horan and Allison Driver. Lockwood and Horan are expected to be selected to represent Region 3 at the North American Junior Young Rider Championship, which takes place in Saugerties, New York, in July.

The second place Youth Team was Caroline Caughron, Lauren Dillehay and Meghan Schluckbier. Third place Youth Team: Kierstin Szczepanski, Taylor Blasey, and Caitlyn Massey. Fourth place Youth Team: Meredith Denton, Laynie Rich, Elijah Price, and Mackenzie Snyder

The show also hosted candidates for the United States Dressage Federation “L” judging program. Candidates shadow judged the classes as part of their intensive preparation to become dressage judges. See photo of “L” candidates with USEF “S” judge Joan Darnell. 

Many thanks to the volunteers from CTDA who make the show possible, including: CTDA president Nan Holland and volunteer coordinator Kathee Mepham. Mary Cokeing was show manager; Joe Coleman was technical delegate; and Peggy Gaboury was show secretary.

Other selected winners:

Debbie Hill won the FEI Grand Prix 2015 on Showdown (63.300%) and placed second with Lord Sisley (59.900%).
Andrea Pappano and Serenada won the FEI Intermediate II class (63.421%).

Morgan-Bailey Horan, on August Rush, was the Jr/YR Individual winner (65.692%), but Mary Katherine Leveridge and Unico were close behind with 63.684% for second.

Caitlyn Massey and Zassafrass were tops in the Jr/YR FEI Pony Individual, scoring 65.061%. Meredith Denton and Just G were second with 55.122%.

In the FEI Junior Freestyle test, it was Mary Katherine Leveridge and Unico at the top, scoring 64.400%, with Madelyn Taray and Chackomo M a close second, scoring 62.400%. Virginia Moon, riding Plato Carlos won the Adult/Amateur FEI Freestyle, scoring 66.250%.

Megan Roegner won the Open Intermediare I on her Roodesandt (65.921%) and placed second on Kleiner Ralli (65.263%). Nelson Long, riding Be Cool Metall, won the Adult Amateur Intermediare I, scoring 62.237%.

In the Prix St. Georges test, Jody Wilson and Bentley Gcf had the top score (63.158%), while Kerstin Moltmann-Wilder and Finale (aka Fiona) had the second best score (62.368%).

Kathryn Stoy won the Second Level Test 3 USDF AA Dover Medal Class on Flash Gordon Hf, scoring a whopping 75.244%.

Full results from the show can be found at: www.foxvillage.com

Find more information about CTDA and the Tennessean Dressage shows at: http://wordpress.tndressage.com/ and on facebook at Central Tennessee Dressage Association.
 


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