Our very own Andie Sue Roth is in Tryon, NC this weekend at the USEF Para Dressage National Championship. Andie Sue is on the US Emerging Athletes list with Tam and Blue and most recently has been showing Sunny as well.
Read more about the Championships here.
You can watch the Championships live here on USEF Network.
At Tryon, Andie Sue is catch riding a gorgeous Grand Prix PRE stallion named Centeno XII (owned by Barbara Bonk Matson).
Andie Sue has also been awarded a scholarship from the Dressage Foundation Cynthia Aspden Fund.
Here’s another wonderful article about the grant from the Dressage Foundation.
Andie Sue Roth, a 15-year-old from Alamo, CA, has been awarded $500 to continue training with Brenda Beare. She said, “I am so grateful to TDF for this very generous grant. I have been working to get my horse, Blue, up the levels in dressage so that we can compete at the standard needed for the USEF Paralympic Emerging and Developing athlete lists, but I need extra training on a horse who is confident at the higher levels. That is where the beautiful ‘Exclusively Sunny’ comes in. Being able to extend my training with Brenda and Sunny for another month is invaluable as I am hoping to compete in another para dressage competition in Wellington in January. Thank you so very much for this opportunity!”
One comment for “Andie Sue competing at Para Dressage National Championships and Awarded TDF Cynthia Aspden Grant”
Peggy Sue Tilden
I’m so proud of her, I could burst!