Custom Saddlery Continues to Support Dressage 4 Kids: Atlanta Youth Festival
Custom Saddlery is pleased to continue to support Lendon Gray’s Youth Dressage Festival and 6th Annual Dressage 4 Kids: Atlanta Youth Festival at the Georgia International Horse Park. This event is being held October 26th-28th, 2018. At this event, Custom Saddlery is contributing Saddle Pads for the Division Winners.
Lendon Gray established Lendon’s Youth Dressage Festival in 1999. With the establishment of the Youth Dressage Festival came the creation of Dressage4Kids, Inc. D4K offers scholarships and prizes for a variety of riders. Anywhere from travelling to Europe to Horse Lessons, they speak to Gray’s dedication to “leveling the playing field” of dressage. Considering this, D4K events are made affordable for even the most limited budgets.
Dressage4Kids, Inc. is a non-profit organization incorporated for the express purpose of providing educational and competitive opportunities for youth riders. The Youth Dressage Festival offers individual and team competition for riders ages 4 through 21 and features a three-phased competition: a written test, an individual dressage test and a group equitation ride.
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