Local riders do well in dressage show

It was a good day for the Newtons and their Clydesdales horse.

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Recently, both Twylla Newton and daughter Tayvia Newton, of Yorkton, rode Clydesdales as they competed in the Westman Dressage show held in Brandon, MB.,  July 5-7, 2019.

The event was a very successful show for them with Twylla bringing home championships in both Prix Caprilli, (jumping), and training level tests; and Tayvia reserve champion in introductory level tests.

Twylla raises, trains and shows Clydesdales for various riding and driving disciplines with dressage riding and chore team work being her main focus.

With over 30 Clydesdales on her farm, (Tail Winds Farm), just south of Yorkton, there is no shortage of work or training to be done.

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