Thursday, August 10 2017 by Editor
ATHERTON, CA – August 8, 2017 Lindsay Maxwell returns to Menlo Charity Horse Show for her second year, last year as a competitor, and this year with her own barn, Lindsay Maxwell Equestrian. Lindsay has achieved success in show rings across the country both as an amateur rider and owner.
Monday, March 06 2017 by Editor
Holly Shepherd pilots Jade to the win in the $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by KCR, besting a field of 41 horse and rider teams Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: March 4, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi The Hunter numbers continue to grow at the Gulf Coast Winter Classic Circuit ! The $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by Kruse Cushion Ride , saw 41 horse and rider teams compete under sunny skies on a course designed by Paul Jewel and judged by Brian Lenehan and Jimmy Toon.
Gulf Coast Classic Company President and Sidelines Magazine President, Bob Bell, greets Tom Brennan and Notes from the Underground in the winner’s circle Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: February 26, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi The Hunters were happening Week III of the Gulf Coast Winter Classics ! The action kicked off with the overwhelmingly popular Sidelines Green Hunter 3′ and 3’3″ Divisions, which are offered for only $5, thanks to sponsor Sidelines Magazine! Twenty two horse and rider teams competed in the 3′ Division and eight in the 3’3″ Division. Tom Brennan and Olivia Falkenberry’s Notes from the Underground took the Championship in the 3’3″ Division and Julie Curtin of Woodstock, Georgia and Rebekah Warren’s Cassico were Reserve. Courtney Calcagnini and Lori Mathews’ Sidenote won the Sidelines 3′ Green Hunter Division Week III Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography Courtney Calcagnini and Lori Mathews’ Sidenote were champions in the 3′ Division and Tom Brennan and Riley King’s Refined were awarded Reserve Champion. Trainer Tom Brennan commented, “The division formerly known as Pre-Green, now currently Green, are the most important divisions for horse shows to pay attention to
Tuesday, August 06 2013 by Editor
Saugerties, NY – August 6, 2013 - The team at SBS Farms, Inc. is gearing up for the 2013 Pre-Green Incentive Finals at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY. But before they make they trek to the Bluegrass State, they stopped at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, NY, to make a final impression.
In modern-day dressage, much of the training emphasis is put on preparing for tests and dressage shows. A horse’s success in the show ring is thought to represent his success as a dressage mount
Friday, May 17 2013 by Editor
North Salem, NY – May 15, 2013 – The Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Show continued in its second week with today’s competition and presentation for the Grand Hunter Championship. Mariano, the champion of the Green Conformation division, scored the most points for the top title with rider Sandy Ferrell for owner Stephanie Riggio. Winston and Brooke Baldwin-deGrazia rode Winston to the win in the $1,000 USHJA Pre-Green Incentive class.
Friday, May 03 2013 by Editor
Achievements in student development recognized by Department of Animal Sciences faculty ST. LOUIS, May 2, 2013 – Purina Animal Nutrition announced it has received the Industry Partnership Award from Colorado State University’s Department of Animal Sciences
Tuesday, February 05 2013 by Editor
DUBLIN , Ireland – 4 February 2013 – For more than two decades, Tredstep Ireland has been creating top quality products for equestrians. Today the company announced a bold move in the next phase of their evolution – the introduction of the exquisite Symphony Breech collection. This collection signifies a sophisticated addition to the boots and chaps legacy of the Tredstep brand, and an exciting new direction for the company as it moves toward the development of high performance equestrian clothing.
Wednesday, December 12 2012 by Editor
Susan Hancock December 10, 2012 – Susan Hancock of La Vernia, Texas, received the fourth annual “USDF Region 9 Teaching Excellence Award” at the Great American/USDF Region 9 Championships held in Katy, TX, November 1-4, 2012. She received a $5,000 award for demonstrating adherence to sound dressage principles and the ability to communicate these principles so that students develop themselves and their horses in a logical, progressive and humane way up through the levels. “The methods that Susan used to weave dressage theory into her lessons, along with guidance on the rider’s position, was one of the main reasons that Susan’s application was selected [by the National Selection Committee],” said Meg Flemming (TX), originator of the award. The Region 9 Teaching Excellence Award was established at The Dressage Foundation in 2009. The purpose of the award is to showcase and honor excellence in dressage teachers. Dressage instructors are nominated by students or peers, and then submit an application that is reviewed by a prominent Selection Committee. In addition to being a USDF Region 9 member in good standing and a Region 9 resident, the recipient must also demonstrate adherence to sound dressage principles and have the ability to communicate these principles of training so that students develop themselves and their horses in a logical, progressive, and humane way up through the levels. The recipient should also have a reputation for honesty, integrity, and community service.
Tuesday, November 27 2012 by Editor
from left to right Game MVP Nic Roldan, Carlos Gracida Jr., Marc Ganzi and Jeff Hall, winning Team USA hoisting the International Cup. Photo Credit Alex Pacheco. Wellington, FL-November 25, 2012— With chants of “USA, USA” from the near-capacity crowd, Team USA defeated England, 8.5-6, for the coveted International Cup on Sunday at Grand Champions Polo Club. The impressive victory avenged Team USA’s 11-10.5 loss to England earlier this year at Great Britain’s Cowdray Park Polo Club.