Julie Skinner of West Tisbury, Massachusetts, was inducted into a special group of senior dressage riders and horses at the Welcome Back to White Fences Show in Florida. The ages of Julie and her horse, Lordgraf, qualified them to become members of The Dressage Foundation’s Century Club. The Century Club recognizes dressage riders and horses
Tuesday, March 25 2014 by Editor
Ottawa, ON, March 15, 2014 – - Canadian Para-Dressage riders continued to post top scores during the second day of competition on their way to winning the overall team event at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival 10 CPEDI3*. The annual FEI competition is being held at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, March 14-16, in Wellington, FL.Using the combined scores from the Team Test, held March 14, and the Individual Test, on March 15, Canadians Robyn Andrews, Lauren Barwick, Ashley Gowanlock and Jody Schloss won the team competition with a total of 418.803%, while the host nation, United States, finished second with 410.536%. The Canadian Para-Equestrian Team, comprised of Ashley Gowanlock, Jody Schloss, chef d’équipe Elizabeth Quigg, Robyn Andrews and Lauren Barwick, won the overall team competition at Adequan Global Dressage Festival 10 CPEDI3*
By Jenny Johnson Ginny Wegener of Canon City, Colorado, recently turned 90 years old but isn’t letting age slow her down. She is a two-time member of The Dressage Foundation’s Century Club and continues to ride and care for her horse, RT Loki. She said, “I plan to continue my horse activities until at
Tuesday, March 06 2012 by Editor
[Wellington, FL] Mason Phelps Radio’s ninth segment will be held on Thursday, March 8th, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. EST on W4CY.com. Media Personality Steve Williams will be co-hosting along side Phelps once again, and this week will feature Samantha Charles, Heidi Lengyel and Wendy Coren as guests. Phelps and Williams, along with their esteemed guests, will discuss the up and coming Equus Foundations Fete Cheval night, as well as a publisher’s perspective on the increasingly popular, Sidelines Magazine. The Equus Foundation’s highly anticipated, Fetel Cheval event, is gearing up for what is sure to be an exciting night. Held on Friday, March 9 at 7:00pm, and presented by Spy Coast Farm, the excitement will take place under the lights at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center
Wednesday, February 29 2012 by Editor
[ Dillsburg, PA] Halcyon Farm, LTD presents Equestrians Ride for a cure to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, to be held on April 7, 2012 at Halcyon Farm in Dillsburg, PA. The Halcyon Farm Horse Show will offer a $2500 USHJA National Hunter Derby sponsored by WALK THE LINE, LLC and Best Child Rider on a Horse, Pony and Best Amateur Rider sponsored by The Chronicle of the Horse
Wednesday, February 29 2012 by Editor
On February 1, 2012, the US Eventing Association approved a policy change to permit Beginner Novice and Novice riders to compete in fully recognized Long Format 3-Day Events. This historic ruling now allows those riders that represent the majority of the sport’s participants to earn USEA National Year-end Points and Eventing Championship Qualifications when they compete in the traditional version of the sport. Southern 8ths Farm in Chesterfield, SC has worked closely with the USEA to develop the guidelines for the new policy and is proud to be the first organizer to offer both of the newly recognized levels at its So8ths/Nikon Three-Day Event this May 3 rd through 6 th , 2012, which will include Beginner Novice, Novice and Training level
Wellington Classic Dressage, Palm Beach Dressage Derby, GCDA and IHS Palm Beach Affirm Commitment to Keep Dressage at Jim Brandon and Equestrian…
Monday, March 28 2011 by Editor
Wellington, FL – March 28, 2011 – Wellington Classic Dressage (WCD), Gold Coast Dressage, Palm Beach Dressage Derby and International Horse Sport Palm Beach (IHSPB) announce their 2012 USEF-Licensed Dressage Shows set to remain at the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center and Equestrian Estates Horse Park, home of the prestigious Palm Beach Dressage Derby CDIW.
Monday, March 21 2011 by Editor
April 28-May 1, 2011 If ever there was a place that shouts “Long Live the Long Format,” Southern Eighths is that place and on April 28-May 1 Classic Eventing will host its inaugural Heart of the Carolinas (HOTC) Three-Day Event on this 300-acre facility. This Long Format Three-Day Event is the amateur rider’s “Rolex.” It’s the event where Beginner Novice, Novice and Training level riders can negotiate their ultimate Long Format test in a USEA recognized T3D, N3D and BN3D event. And what makes this event even more unique is that it is the only Three-Day Event that offers a Beginner-Novice division.