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GA, TN, AL: any low level schooling shows between now & end of Nov?

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  • GA, TN, AL: any low level schooling shows between now & end of Nov?

    Does anyone know of any non-rated, low-level schooling shows coming up in GA, TN or AL between now and the end of November? There are 2 this weekend I know of, but we're looking for anything *after* that. Thanks!
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    Three Rings in Montgomery has one, and there are some going on in Auburn as well. Maybe H&G Horse Quarters website has more info. Or Trimac Farm's site and show schedule.
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      THANK YOU!!!!!
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        There's one at Full Cry Farm on the 12th: http://www.fullcryfarm.com/showschedule.html

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          Excellent! Thanks!!

          Keep 'em coming!
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          • #6
            There's a small series that goes on every month here in Middle Tennessee. It's called Timberlane Farm (but shows at two different locations). Go to www.timberlanefarm.net for dates. There is one on November 12th, December 17th, and January 7th (and on...)
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              Excellent, thanks so much!
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              • #8
                http://www.alderwoodshows.com/

                great shows, great venue, tack shops in the city, nice footing and i know the people who run it and they are lovely.

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                  Cool! Thanks so much!

                  More?
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                  • #10
                    H&G in Auburn has one this weekend: www.hghorsequarters.com

                    RRDCTA has one next weekend: check Facebook for River Region Dressage and CT Association. They are having jumper and hunter classes too.

                    3 Ring show Dec. 4 in Pike Road, AL: www.foxwoodfarms.biz
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                      Thank you!!!

                      Any more? Bring 'em allllllll outta the woodwork - no show too big or too small!!
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                      • #12
                        The Alderwood shows are nice. Unfortunately Brownland in Nashville doesn't have anything going on the rest of the year.
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                          I love the Brownland No Frills shows. But, yes, last one of the season was October 1 and next one is not until March. But if you're looking in March I would recommend it. Brownland is in Franklin, TN.
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