Melyni Worth was awarded the Most Valuable Rider Award at GAIG/USDF Region 1 Champions and The Virginia Dressage Association Fall Competition.
The GAIGs Show Committee selected Melyni Worth for being the Most Valuable Rider at the show as she was not only riding in the show but also volunteering. The rain and cold caused many volunteer “no shows” but Melyni stepped up and helped in any way needed to make sure the show ran seamlessly throughout the entire four days. Her tireless efforts were invaluable to keeping the show going and were very much appreciated by all those attending and working at the event.
Melyni Worth attended the show with her horse Sugar, who she bred and trained. Melyni is shown with Josh Shoemaker, a Custom Saddlery Representative. Custom Representatives also in attendance were Caitlyn Fiolka and Charlene Blundell.
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