Foothills Riding Club hosts Molly Oakman from TIEC

Molly Oakman

Molly Oakman

Whether you call it Disneyland, The Venue That Mark Built, Tryon International or TIEC, our down home, world class equestrian center is here to stay. You may have watched the shows and ridden the carousel, but you might not know the story and the people behind the scenes. Well – now is your chance!

 

Foothills Riding Club hosts Molly Oakman of Tryon International Equestrian Center for our March Educational Seminar. Molly will answer all your questions about TIEC and surprise you with information about the facility and plans for the future. There may even be a treat in store for FRC members.

 

Come find out what’s in store for TIEC and Polk County horse show patrons March 16 beginning at 6:30 p.m. for socializing and 7 p.m. for the program at the Landrum Depot, 211 N. Trade St, Landrum, S.C.

 

The seminar is free for FRC members and a donation for non-members. You can join FRC at the event and get in on all the opportunities FRC provides to members. You will also be eligible for the raffle item, provided by TIEC.

 

Foothills Riding Club is organized for the purpose of promoting equestrian activities, including dressage and combined training, through sponsorship of educational and recreational activities. FRC membership entitles folks to a host of benefits. Please see the FRC website, foothillsridingclub.org, for more information about all the FRC programs, seminars and horse shows.

-Submitted by Carrie Federici

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