A Second Generation of Equestrian Athleticism

A Second Generation of Equestrian Athleticism

May 23, 2021

“More than fluff: Tallahassee fifth grader to compete at National Equestrian Finals”

Cavallo Farms very own Kiersten Cawley and Marshmallow make the news for her stellar competitive performances and riding prowess. Read more on WCTV’s article below.

“I’m lucky,” said mom Janet Cawley. “She says she’s nervous, but she’s a very good competitor in all the sports that she does, and usually the minute that she gets on she gets in a zone and handles it on her own.”

Cawley competes with the hunter jumpers who emphasize style and technique rather than how high and how fast you can jump, and while she says she’s nervous about the competition, she’s certain it’ll all melt away when she saddles up.

“You’re nervous before you get on the horse because you don’t know what’s going to happen, but then you get on and you have fun and you go ride and you do your best and whatever happens, happens,” Cawley said.”

By Ryan Kelly

Published: Apr. 22, 2021 at 8:50 PM EDT

Read more on WCTV’s story here

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