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People involved in equestrian sports often change disciplines. But it’s unusual for someone to make the change as wholeheartedly as Lori Kaminski did. Lori has been president and CEO of Dressage at Devon (DAD) since 2009, but for many years before that she was a dedicated volunteer, instrumental in bringing about major changes in DAD.
By Kat Wojtylak Fig, Gorgonzola and Prosciutto Naan Pizza from The Pub at Wegmans. Dressage at Devon is well underway. The breed show itself takes place earlier in the week with the performance horses coming in to finish off the weekend. Much like the Devon Horse Show it promotes a worldly feel in a old time venue just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
By Kim MacMillan The home page of Jacqueline Brooks’ website greets you with a quote by Walt Disney, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Meeting her for the first time, you can see why Walt’s words of wisdom appeal to her. Her infectious smile makes her approachable and her strong work
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By David Marcus For those who aren’t aware, I was eliminated in my Olympic debut in London this past year. Chrevi’s Capital and I were performing our grand prix test in the Olympic stadium during a horrific downpour. Unfortunately, Capital spooked and I was eliminated when we were not able to continue our test
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Dressage at Devon Day 6: Freestyle, Juniors and Much More Conclude the Final Day of the 2012 Dressage at Devon
Monday, October 01 2012 by Editor
September 30, 2012 (Devon, PA) – Much of the concluding day at Dressage at Devon was composed of Freestyle classes – from the FEI Junior Freestyle to the FEI Intermediare Freestyle CDI W. The afternoon also featured the FEI Olympic Grand Prix Special CDI W. FEI Young Rider Freestyle Alexandra Reid on V.I.P.
Friday, September 28 2012 by Editor
Winner of Hanovarian class Age 2 and under Francheska AH Sophie and Sarah September 27, 2012 (Devon, PA) Dressage at Devon attendees were treated to an amazing array of individual breed classes in the world’s largest open Breed Show. From Andulusians to Gypsy Vanners, and Hanovarians to Knabstruppers, each breed had the opportunity to show off its unique qualities