Manhattan Saddlery Ithilien Stables, located in Whitehouse, New Jersey, and home away from home to many riders from New York City, held an event at Manhattan Saddlery, NYC’s only tack shop, celebrating a story on Ithilien Stables that appeared in the August issue of Sidelines Magazine. The event featured shopping, wine and beverages, and a
Alumni Tournament of Champions Photo by MCGeise Photography The Fifth Anniversary of the Alumni Tournament took place in June at Jentri Stables in Furlong, Pennsylvania, starting with 100 riders from 20 different states. At the exhibitor cocktail party sponsored by the IHSAA, the top six alumni were presented with ribbons and a customized pad from
Last month’s Extreme Mustang Makeover (EMM) at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center was a success, and it has the numbers to back it up: 15 mustangs were adopted, 16 trainers competed and 893 people attended. The audience witnessed the trainability, beauty, intelligence and versatility of wild mustangs May 18–20 and were able to adopt one as
Founder Nicole Lakin of BarnManager recently launched a new version of the successful website in June and will soon unveil a mobile app that will take the business of barn management to the next level. BarnManager is a cloud-based software solution that provides horse owners and managers with the tools they need to streamline and
The Longines FEI World Cup Finals, March 27 to April 2, were a huge success. Top equestrian competitors and spectators alike gathered in Omaha, Nebraska, to enjoy stellar dressage and show jumping as well as the attractions of Omaha.
Julie Skinner of West Tisbury, Massachusetts, was inducted into a special group of senior dressage riders and horses at the Welcome Back to White Fences Show in Florida. The ages of Julie and her horse, Lordgraf, qualified them to become members of The Dressage Foundation’s Century Club. The Century Club recognizes dressage riders and horses
L to R: Tiffany George, Linda Keely, Mindy Coretz, Julie and Libby Barrow. Things were more than “OK” in Oklahoma recently, when Julie Winkel, a USHJA certified trainer and “R” rated judge for some of the most prestigious shows in the country, taught a clinic at Farewell Farm in Bixby, Oklahoma. Farewell Farm trainer Mindy Coretz
Left to right – Shane Rice, Tommy Biddle Jr. and Steve Krueger Team Photo by Elizabeth Hedley The John R. Townsend International Challenge Cup is a 20-goal arena match played between the United States and the United Kingdom every other year. Recently, the USA captured the Townsend Cup title with the final score of 18-16.
Dr. K. Leann Kuebelbeck Congratulations to Dr. K. Leann Kuebelbeck, Lithia, Florida, on receiving the 2016 Alumni Recognition Award at the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) annual conference in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Kuebelbeck earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree in 1989 and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1991, both from Kansas
Ariane Stiegler and Quietude The Amateur Rider Association of America (ARAA) has committed to standardize the height and the width in the Low, Medium and High Amateur Owner Jumper divisions across the country. With the USEF new rule and sub-categories of 1.20m/125m, 1.30m/1.35m and 1.40m/1.45m this year, it is now easier for shows across the