Thursday, October 19 2017 by Editor
Edge Brewing Equestrian, the philanthropic arm of Edge Brewing Barcelona, has been ‘Saving Horses One Beer At a Time’ since 2015.
Over 550 horses came to the Texas Shoot-Out Show at the Texas Rose Horse Park in Tyler, TX, for challenging competition and challenging weather. We feel very lucky because tornadoes and bad rain storms surrounded the area on Saturday but no damage was done at the Horse Park. The week got under way with the $5000 Texas Green Super Stake on Thursday.
The Texas Shoot-Out Horse Show at the Texas Rose Horse Park had a big crowd and big weather. On Thursday the Texas Pre Green Super Stake and USHJA Pre Green Incentive Stake got under way with Forest Hill Farm’s XOXO (pictured below), ridden by Peter Pletcher, taking the blue ribbon in both. Peter also took second with Sue Lightner’s Sandriano and third went to Redding Ridge owned by Teriann Miller and ridden by Will Roberts
Monday, September 09 2013 by Editor
Farrington and Blue Angel Take $125,000 Suncor Winning Round 1.50m Victory For Immediate Release Jennifer Wood Media, Inc.
Wednesday, September 04 2013 by Editor
London 2012 Olympic team champion Ben Maher (GBR), who won team gold and individual silver at the P.S.I.
Grand Champions Polo Club’s Next Generation Of Players Head Labor Day Weekend NYTS National Tournament
Wednesday, August 28 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL-August 28, 2013—Juancito Bollini and Grant Ganzi of Wellington, both following their families’ polo footsteps, will compete in the inaugural National Youth Tournament Series National Championships this weekend in Upperville, Va.The tournament culminates the U.S. Polo Association’s National Youth Tournament Series that featured 23 qualifiers held at various polo clubs across the nation where 99 All-Stars were selected. Eight All-Star players will represent each of the four zones in the two-day tournament hosted by the Virginia International Polo Club, the largest polo club in Virginia.
Valkenswaard, The Netherlands – 2008 Canadian Olympic champion Eric Lamaze made two trips to the winner’s circle on opening day of competition at CSI Valkenswaard, The Netherlands, running August 16 to 18. A marquee event on the Longines Global Champions Tour (GCT), the three-day show jumping event is staged at the home stable of GCT founder, Jan Tops, and attracts the best horse-rider combinations in the sport
Wednesday, July 24 2013 by Editor
Beverley Widdowson (GBR), owner of the 10-year-old bay stallion Big Star ridden by Olympic team gold medallist Nick Skelton, has been awarded the prestigious title of FEI Owner of the Year for the second year running by the FEI and the Jumping Owners Club. A year ago, Beverley Widdowson picked up the coveted owner’s prize with her 12-year-old grey gelding Carlo 273, ridden by Nick Skelton to double bronze at the FEI European Jumping Championships 2011 in Madrid (ESP), and which is now the new top horse of Sergio Alvarez Moya (ESP). “To win this award for the second year running is an incredible feeling, and is testament to all the hard work of everyone on the team involved in the success of Big Star – I am over the moon,” said Beverley Widdowson.