Tuesday, September 05 2017 by Editor
Lauren Hough and Ohlala Photo: Shawn McMillen Photography By Sara Cook/Jump Media The Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) is already one of North America’s most anticipated equestrian events of the year. Held in the metropolitan city of Washington, D.C., the historic and prestigious horse show is known for bringing in the best in competitors, spectators, and events
Star-Studded Lineup of International Show Jumpers Announced For 2014 Washington International Horse Show
Wednesday, October 08 2014 by Editor
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Lauren Fisher for Jennifer Wood Media, Inc. Washington, D.C
Thursday, March 20 2014 by Editor
UPPER MARLBORO, Md., March 7, 2013— Thoroughbred Placement Resources, Inc.
Saturday, October 26 2013 by Editor
By Jan Westmark “Ralphie” – a winner in last year’s Foal Contest owned by Heather Cooke of Alachua, Florida. Sidelines’ upcoming January issue will feature lots of amazing stallions from across the country. So, we decided to bring back last year’s “Who’s Your Daddy” contest – with a twist!!
Monday, May 06 2013 by Editor
It was another exciting day at Southern 8ths Farm for the So8ths/Nikon Three-Day Event in the “Heart of the Carolinas,” on Saturday, May 4. Beginner Novice, Novice and Training level riders challenged a course designed by well-known course designer Tremaine Cooper and built by Tyson Rementer. Leading the way in the Beginner Novice division after combining both their Dressage and Cross-Country scores were Kathy Viele and Matariki with their low score of 33.40.
Sunday, April 21 2013 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan Enter the Sidelines Magazine Ride to Rolex contest – send in a photo like this! Sidelines Magazine Ride to Rolex Contest April 21 – 28 Win a clinic with Ralph Hill or Eric Dierks or a great horse bag or tote from Upcycled Sacks . To enter, send in a photo of your horse’s ears – taken from the back of your horse!! (Just pretend you are riding to Rolex, camera in hand while sitting in the saddle.) All winners will be drawn at random for the four prizes, BUT you must state if you want to be in the drawing for a free clinic
Thursday, September 27 2012 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan Congratulations to the Winner of the Perfect Products Regen-x EQ contest! Frankie Sperry of San Tan Valley, Arizona I love all of the contests we run on the Sidelines Magazine Facebook page. I love the photos that are submitted and I REALLY love the stories that come with each photo. We have a 50-word essay section to describe each photo and it’s amazing how much everyone can get into those 50 words
Thursday, May 24 2012 by Editor
Fred Stone, one of the best known equine artists in the world, will be at the Memorial Day Classic for the $10,000 Memorial Day USHJA International Hunter Derby, a benefit for After the Finish Line , a charity providing funds to Thoroughbred rescue organizations. This is the second year in a row After the Finish Line has partnered with the Memorial Day Classic. “This is a wonderful opportunity to work with the horse show people to raise awareness of transitioning off-the-track Thoroughbreds into second careers as hunters and jumpers,” said Dawn Mellen, President of After the Finish Line. On Sunday afternoon (May 27), there will be a silent auction that opens at 2:00 p.m. on the show grounds at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center. At 5:00 p.m., Fred Stone will be on hand to sign his newest commissioned work, a poster of Eric Lamaze and Hickstead. ”This is the official poster of Equine Canada, created to raise funds to send the Canadian Equestrian Team to the 2012 London Olympics,” said Fred Stone. “Those attending the Memorial Day Classic will be the first in all of North America to purchase this poster of Hickstead and Eric Lamaze.” The poster bears the signature of both Fred Stone and Eric Lamaze, and Fred will personally sign posters purchased at the Memorial Day Classic. The exclusive offering is limited to 200 prints at a special price of $30 per print, half of which will be donated to After the Finish Line. Show jumping superstars Hickstead and Eric Lamaze are well known in the hunter/jumper world, and the ability to be among the first 200 people to own a signed copy of the print is a unique opportunity