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NOVAWE Business Member Total Equine Veterinary Associates of, Leesburg, VA., delivers advanced, comprehensive, total equine care. Dr. Jay Joyce, DVM and his team offer a state-of-the art mobile equine clinic environment. “Dr. Jay,” as he is known, and his wife Paula built Total Equine Veterinary Associates (TEVA) upon steadfast principles familiar to most equestrians: PERFORMANCE. WELLNESS. EXCELLENCE.
Timber Dream Farm, LLC, is an idyllic place to achieve success, spanning more than 40 rolling acres beautifully set in the heart of Purcellville, Virginia. Owner and life-long equestrian Jackie Patch has an entrepreneurial spirt and focus on achievement. She offers a well-rounded board and training program and has added Working Equitation (WE) to her offerings.
Stephanie Jennings is a shining example of support, partnership, and success. The Northern Virginia Working Equitation (NOVAWE) business member is co-owner of Professional Horse Services, LLC, a regular sponsor of NOVAWE events. Jennings is a beautiful and effective rider and is leading the country in the Confederation for Working Equitation standings, Level 2 Open Division (as of November 2019).
Allison Reed, owner of Bella Vita Stables, trainer and Working Equitation (WE) clinician based in Catharpin, VA, has worked closely with the Northern Virginia Working Equitation (NOVAWE) organization since its inception to establish and promote the sport throughout the region.
Member Adair Soho’s story is similar to a lot of Working Equitation (WE) enthusiasts, she was introduced to WE through a NOVAWE Play Day and caught the WE fever. “It is so fun. My mare Skye loves it!,” said Soho, of her reining-bred mare that shows as Cromeless Mercedes. “I never started with Working Equitation thinking it would become my thing,” she explained, “but it has.”