Rutledge Farm Sessions Proudly Announces Attwood Equestrian Surfaces as Official Footing

Middleburg, Va. – May 27, 2019 – The team at Rutledge Farm is thrilled to announce Attwood Equestrian Surfaces (AES) as the official footing for the Rutledge Farm Sessions clinic series. As an innovator of equestrian footing, the AES team guarantees that the Rutledge Farm facility is up to date with the finest surfaces for session participants to train on. Both the Rutledge Farm Sessions clinic series and AES’ commitment to providing services to the equestrian industry at the highest level makes the partnership a perfect fit.
AES scientifically develops, produces and installs surfaces that enhance the safety and performance of both the horse and rider. With over 27 years of experience, AES’ scientific expertise enables the development of carefully balanced footing that performs consistently in any climate. AES continues to invest in research and development to provide riding surfaces that perform day after day, week after week.

McLain Ward teaches a clinic at Rutledge Farm on Attwood Equestrian Surfaces footing

Nick Attwood, President of AES, said, “It’s always a fun challenge, and I mean that in the most positive way, to partner with someone who dreams as big as Aleco [Bravo-Greenberg]. He wants the best, and then he wants to make it even better. I think that his faith in us to deliver surfaces that will please the most experienced equestrians in the world makes me really proud of [Attwood Equestrian Surfaces’] products and my team.”

AES collaborates with the world’s leading independent equestrian surface academics to ensure they are at the forefront of both technical and governance developments. This is why AES remains the gold standard of equestrian footing year after year.

Olympic champion, Peter Wylde, is set to host the first Rutledge Farm Session of 2019 in just one week, and auditor tickets are selling fast. Claim a spot now to join us Monday, June 3, for an afternoon with Wylde. Auditors are welcomed and encouraged, and will have the opportunity to participate during Wylde’s question and answer session to gain insight from an Olympic gold medalist with over 40 years of experience in the sport.

For more information about Attwood Equestrian Surfaces, visit https://www.equestriansurfaces.com/

For more information about Peter Wylde’s Rutledge Farm Session, or to find out how to ride in another one of this year’s sessions, visit rutledgefarm.com/clinics. Easy registration for the Rutledge Farm Sessions clinic series is provided by Event Clinics.