CVF Tack Shop
Located off Chagrin Valley Farms’ main entrance and lobby, the CVF Tack Shop is the ultimate offering in customer convenience. The retail store offers a curated selection of merchandise specifically for the customers of the Farm including boarders, campers, students and horse show exhibitors.
Merchandise includes horse show convenience needs for braiding, bandages/wraps and horse boots, as well as tack like saddles, bridles and girths. Safety approved helmets, breeches and show clothes like shirts and gloves are also offered alongside casual clothing and stable supplies.
Alexandra Catavolos has been in retail store management for over five years providing customers with a world-class experience working with corporations like The Orvis Company and J. Jill. She joined Schneider Saddlery earlier this year as the new Retail Manager where she will manage and oversee all Retail Channels. One of her first projects is to bring the CVF Tack Shop to life. She is managing the store operations and plans to foster a welcoming store environment, and making a genuine difference in CVF customers’ lives.
Alex is from a small town west of Cleveland, and grew up next to a stable where she spent every spare minute. She is passionate about horses and took lessons as a youth, did some showing with her Arabian, and now looks forward to getting back in the saddle. She is a graduate from the University of Toledo and enjoys being outdoors with her fiancé, Brandon and her dogs.
Contact Alex at: email@example.com
Ashley Getsay assists store operations at the CVF Tack Shop. She joined Schneiders in April as a merchant in training. She is a Penn State alum with degrees in History and Agribusiness Management where she also competed on the IHSA Western Equestrian Team. Ashley started riding at age 8 showing hunters and contesting before switching to Quarter Horses. She showed Invitations Hot Cat to a Reserve Congress Championship in the Novice Amateur Trail and Can’t Escape This to a Superior and Congress Top 10 in the Hunter Under Saddle. She still owns both horses and is raising her first foal. Ashley lives in Andover with her Jack Russell, Slater and also works as a professional braider.