Friday, December 21 2012 by Editor
Wellington, FL – December 21, 2012 – The College Preparatory Invitational Horse Show (CPI) will hold its third annual competition on January 18-20, 2013, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL. The CPI looks forward to welcoming college-bound hunt seat equitation and dressage riders at the nation’s premier College Equestrian Recruiting event, offering them more scholarship opportunities than ever.
Thursday, December 13 2012 by Editor
Tampa, FL – December 11, 2012 - The Florida Gold Coast Quarter Horse Show will be welcoming six top American Quarter Horse Association judges for this year’s competition. Scheduled for December 27-31, 2012 at the Florida State Fairgrounds’ Bob Thomas Equestrian Center in Tampa, FL, the Florida Gold Coast Quarter Horse Show features five full days of events including hunters, equitation, reining, western pleasure, trail riding, driving, showmanship and halter classes. This year, the show ends on the 31st to help exhibitors take advantage of the six shows needed to accumulate points before the end of the year for the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)
Sunday, December 02 2012 by Editor
Wellington, FL-December 1, 2012- The 2013 Global Dressage Forum North America (GDFNA), the world’s largest and most important educational symposium for international dressage, will be held January 28-29 at the Palm Beach County Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in West Palm Beach, FL. Dressage trainers, riders, officials and serious dressage enthusiasts from around the globe will gather at this first annual event immediately following the CDI5* World Dressage Masters/Wellington Classic Sunshine Challenge CDI3*
Join Us at the Holiday and Horses Show to See the FEI World Cup Qualifier, Draw for FTI GCC Charities, WinterFest Concert, and More!
Thursday, November 29 2012 by Editor
For Immediate Release Wellington, FL – November 27, 2012 – Equestrian Sport Productions is excited to announce that this week’s Holiday and Horses Show will feature many great events for equestrians and the local community at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. The Holiday and Horses Show offers great competition, including the $50,000 Holiday and Horses FEI World Cup Qualifier on Saturday, December 1, at 5:30 p.m. A drawing of the charities that have registered to be selected to participate in the fourth annual FTI Consulting Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments® (FTI GCC) will take place throughout the evening’s competition.
Tuesday, November 27 2012 by Editor
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWellington, FL – November 27, 2012 – G&C Farm is celebrating a successful 2012 season of competition and sponsorship, and they look forward to continuing in 2013. G&C Farm is one of the top sponsors in show jumping in North America, and in 2012 that expanded overseas to the Gucci Paris Masters show
When people finally commit to the adoption process, contracts have been signed, adoption fees have been paid – the next question is “Does the horse have a coggins?” and frequently adopters seem surprised that not only do they come with a current coggins and health certificate but they are also up to date on vaccinations and de-worming. A horse is dependent upon us, it’s caretakers to make the right decisions to keep them safe and in good health
So it’s been a few days since my last post mainly due to the fact that Hurricane Sandy affected us rather badly for several days here in Virginia Beach. I am however pleased to report that all the horses stayed safe and warm and although had to spend a few days confined to their stalls, no major incidents occurred and the barn stayed watertight.
Friday, October 19 2012 by Editor
Click HERE and Share this link on Facebook Give Now! “Help us spread the word to the millions of horse lovers in the United States and win these bonuses,” said Lynn Coakley, EQUUS Foundation President, “but most importantly let’s make it a double header and show Animal Planet that horses the Loudest Roar in October.” WESTPORT, CT – October 18, 2012 - Animal Planet selected the EQUUS Foundation as the winner of the Loudest ROAR bonus for September! “EQUUS Foundation wowed the entire ROAR team with its creative efforts, strategic partnerships, and sheer dedication to inform and inspire fellow horse lovers to reach out, act, and respond,” said Monica Lins, Animal Planet’s Project Manager – Marketing, Strategy.The ROAR team reviewed the campaigns of each of the seven leading animal welfare organizations selected to participate in the Animal Planet’s ROAR Matching Campaign . Animal Planet was impressed with the relationships that EQUUS Foundation leveraged to reach out to the equine community across the nation. Let’s Do It Again for October! There’s still $10,000 available in bonuses for the: * Top Monthly Fundraiser for October ($2,500) * Most Unique Number of Monthly Donations in October ($2,500); * Highest Number of Shares on Facebook in October ($2,500); * Loudest ROAR Heard by Judges in October ($2,500).EQUUS Foundation is currently in 4th Place for Top Monthly Fundraiser and Most Unique Number of Monthly Donations, but in 2nd place for Highest Number of Shares on Facebook! There’s only 14 Days to Go! Animal Planet will be showcasing the cause, “Rescue, Re-Train, Re-Home Horses as Therapy Horses” and the EQUUS Foundation during the final week of the Animal Planet’s ROAR Matching Campaign, which coincides with the Washington International Horse Show, October 23-28, 2012, where both Animal Planet and EQUUS Foundation are sponsors of Kids Day
Victoria Colvin Rides in Style to Win $10,000 North American Junior/Amateur-Owner Challenge Cup • Daisy Farish and Hillcrest Blue Halo Win Grand…
Sunday, October 07 2012 by Editor
Barbara Ruziska and Victoire van het Dingeshof © Shawn McMillen Photography Upper Marlboro, MD – October 6, 2012 – The $10,000 North American Junior/Amateur-Owner Challenge Cup Final Round highlighted the evening session today at the Capital Challenge Horse Show. Fourteen-year-old Victoria Colvin of Loxahatchee, FL, sped to the win in the jump-off on Monsieur du Reverdy and captured first place, despite finishing the course with no stirrups. That also gave her the overall win for the North American Junior/Amateur Challenge Cup, sponsored by Ariat, for which she was awarded the Ariat Congressional Cup