Robert Blanchette & Kashmir Retain Their Title In The Windy Hill Larry Mayfield 1.20m Horse and Hound Jumper Classic
Thursday, August 10 2017 by Editor
Robert Blanchette’s lap of honor included the entire hound course photo: Alden Corrigan Media ATHERTON, CA – August 9, 2017 Equestrian Legacy is celebrated annually with the Windy Hill Larry Mayfield 1.20m Horse and Hound Jumper Class.
Saturday, September 17 2016 by Editor
Media Inquiries: Angie Francalancia The Connection Public Relations 561-837-3251 office 561-324-2412 cell firstname.lastname@example.org Prizes Victoria DeMore Photography JACKSONVILLE, Fla Sept.
Monday, August 29 2016 by Editor
Media Inquiries: Angie Francalancia The Connection Public Relations 561-837-3251 office 561-324-2412 cell email@example.com Every rider remembers his or her first pony, and every competitor can recall their first big win in the competition ring. For many young competitors throughout the southeast, that memory will be made at the Southeast Medal Finals Sept. 16-18 at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center
Game, Set and Match to Center Court and John French in the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby. Presented by Dr. Daryl K. Hoffman
Friday, August 12 2016 by Editor
John French & Center Court lead the victory gallop in the $25,000 Hunter Derby Photo:Alden Corrigan Media ATHERTON, CA – August 12, 2016 One of the highlights of the Menlo Charity Horse Show is the USHJA International Hunter Derby Presented by Dr. Daryl K
Blue Sky and Blue Ribbons for Mother and Daughter Team Hope and Avery Glynn on the First Day of the Menlo Charity Horse Show
Thursday, August 11 2016 by Editor
Avery and Hope Glynn ATHERTON, CA – August 10, 2016 Blue Sky and Blue Ribbons for Mother and Daughter Team Hope and Avery Glynn on the First Day of the Menlo Charity Horse Show Hope Glynn is delighted to be back at the Menlo Charity Horse Show (MCHS). Although it has been several years since her last attendance, this has not been through choice, but due to the difficulties in scheduling the growing annual show circuit calendar; not only for themselves but also for the clients and horses in their program. The logistics getting to the USHJA International Hunter Derby Fails and Pre Green Incentive Championship in Kentucky have resulted in missing out on this historic event and the only opportunity in Northern California to show on the grass.
Thursday, August 08 2013 by Editor
A little over a year ago I wrote a blog about my son and his initial show experiences. Since that time, he has graduated from a pony, to a horse, and most recently from a horse, to a more advanced HORSE
Dressage with Mind, Body, and Soul A 21st-Century Approach to the Science and Spirituality of Riding and Horse-and-Rider-Well-Being Linda Tellington-Jones with Rebeccca M. Didier Trafalger Square Books is pleased to announce the publication of Dressage with Mind, Body, and Soul by Linda Tellingtion-Jones with Rebecca M. Didier.
Friday, June 07 2013 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan Dan James of Double Dan Horsemanship and Smart Little Mustang There are several reasons why I am a fan of the Double Dan guys of Double Dan Horsemanship. Here are a few: 1
What a Pleasure By Veronica J. Finkelstein This year’s slogan could have been “keep calm, and drive on.” This year, unfortunately, the weather was not entirely conducive to a traditional Devon pleasure drive. Typically the carriage drive begins in the fields at St.
By Jan Westmark-Allan Brianne Goutal became a household name in equestrian homes in 2005 when Animal Planet aired the six-part television show about the Big Equitation Finals called “Horse Power: Road to the Maclay.” It was wonderful reality television and my daughter Abby and I were glued to the TV. Young riders today still watch it on DVD and dream of being like Brianne and the other riders featured on the show. Brianne’s junior years are behind her and she is now an accomplished grand prix show jumper and I am thrilled to welcome her to our Sidelines family.