The Music Country Grand Prix was first established in 1989 as 'The Music City Grand Prix' by Christian Currey with the help of his parents, Agneta and Brownlee. For 11 years, their beautiful home, River Circle Farm in Franklin, Tennessee, was the site of the $25,000 horse show jumping event. Riders from all over the country, including Margie Goldstein Engle, Aaron Vale, Richard Cheska, and many of the area's premier riders came to compete in this exciting event which featured River Circle's fabulous grass field and spectacular jumps. The Currey's tireless generosity provided the foundation for what was to become a very successful Nashville tradition.
In 2001, the event moved to its current home, Brownland Farm (also in Franklin, Tennessee) where it runs in conjunction with the Brownland Farm Horse Show series. With the new location, came the new name, The Music Country Grand Prix. Show hosts Mack and Sissie Anderton have continued the Currey's vision by providing an excellent venue for riders, horses, and spectators alike. They, too, have worked tirelessly along with their son, Robin, to make this the premiere show jumping event in Middle Tennessee.
The sponsorship base for the Grand Prix has grown over the years to include many local and regional businesses and individuals. This year Grand Avenue has decided to sponsor a table at the event. It is all a part of our mission to support our local charities, reach out and meet new people, and be a part of what is going on in our state.
We’re not your average transportation company. We’re committed to being a part of the community and to making Tennessee a better place! Hope to see you there!Tags: nashville limo service, tn