Dec. 3, 2016 – Nashville Christmas Parade
Members of TVPFHA and Kentucky Paso Fino Horse Association have been invited to participate in the Nashville Christmas Parade on Saturday December 3rd. The parade will be nationally televised on 165 stations reaching as far as Hawaii. The parade starts at 9:00 AM and participants will need to be at the starting point at 7:00 AM for line up. The dress will be similar to the black formal show attire that one would wear if participating in a performance or fino show division (at least try to have a black jacket, hat and pants and a white shirt). If anyone is interested in participating, please contact Stella Hixson as soon as possible at 615-403-4702. This is a great opportunity to showcase our wonderful horses.
There are stalls available for an overnight stay at MTSU for $15.00 plus tax per night if needed.
Join us on March 1 & 2, 2014 for a weekend of fun and learning!
Lessons from top trainers tailored to the audience, including instruction in Pleasure, Performance, Fino, Bella Forma, and other specialty classes.
Test out your newly learned skills during our FREE fun show!
You do not need to own or bring your horse to be a part of the fun – participants are welcome to sit and enjoy the clinics and fun classes with other Paso enthusiasts!
SAT. APRIL 6TH.
Double your pleasure, Double your fun!
Clinic starts at 9 am and Challenge at 2 pm.
Clinicians Patti Blichmann and Cary Hardiman will address obstacles from A to Z…from introducing your horse to obstacle to improving your horsemanship and skill to gain the edge in obstacle competition.
PreRegistration deadline is Friday, Mar. 29. See flyer and registration form for more info.
Don’ t miss this affordable opportunity!
On Jan. 22, 2011, Tennessee Valley Paso Fino Horse Association in conjunction with the Kentucky Paso Fino Horse Association offered their members an opportunity to attend a Natural Horsemanship Clinic with Richie Wingfield at Kathy Yarbrough’s Farm in Franklin.
Richie Wingfield, a John & Josh Lyons-certified trainer, provided the more than 50 attendees with insight into a different methodology for training horses. His suggestions for both hot and cold work gave those attending tools that they can use in gaining control of their horses and building suppleness and collection. For more information on Richie’s training methods go to http://www.richiewingfield.com/.