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Tina Konyot Clinic February 21, 2021

Tina and Diamantino

South Florida Dressage members and non-members had a wonderful opportunity to lesson with Tina Konyot on Sunday, February 21. It was a very full clinic with 9 riders and nearly 50 auditors. What a nice day to spend learning more about horsemanship with everyone!

As a fifth generation horsewoman, Tina was born into horses. Her grandparents and parents trained and performed with horses and other animals in the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus. Her parents opened their own equestrian center in Ft Lauderdale where her father trained and coached many riders to elite status within the sport. 

Growing up around the barn, Tina learned not just to ride but to train and has brought many horses up the levels. Recognized widely for her accomplishments, with many international wins under her belt and as a 2012 Olympian and 2014 World Equestrian Games and World Cup team member, Tina has earned her own place at the top of the sport. 

Check out the link to our gallery for the day and Katy Hoefling’s photos for viewing and purchase on Katy In Design. She has Low-Resolution Digital Downloads, for personal online use only, (no printing), discounted to $5 each, with a minimum order of $40. She also has customized discount packages available upon request. Katy hopes you enjoy her art and feel free to contact her with any questions.

The clinic was held at beautiful Buttonwood Farm, 5731 Melaleuca Rd, Southwest Ranches, FL 33330 and the lunch and snacks were provided by Equilibrium Farm.

Ride with Tina!!

Tina and her dad, photo from her website
Tina and Calecto V in Fritzens Austria

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** Non-Member Fee will be waived for members of Parkland Horseman’s Association,
and Southwest Florida Dressage Association
*** Non-SFDA members are welcome and warmly invited to participate in the horse show but are not eligible for other SFDA member benefits. Should you like to join, membership forms will be available at the show and your membership will be immediately active.

Entries must be postmarked or received by closing date and must include all show fees and copy of negative Coggins.

Late entries with late fee accepted at management’s discretion.
Refunds after Closing Date will be at management’s discretion. No credits to future shows.

Could we also add (it’s not in the trifold) that we follow USDF? I am too tired tonight, but could we say something like: SFDA follows the USDF rules and guidelines concerning regional schooling horse shows.