American Heritage Student Skylar Rogalny By Katie Navarra Sixteen-year-old Skylar Rogalny of Wellington, Florida, is living the life most young horse enthusiasts would be envious of. She attends school from 8:15 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. and then takes a bus provided by her school to the barn, Sweet Oak Farm, to fulfill her duties as
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“Little Horses Do Big Jobs” – Sidelines Story by Lauren R. Giannini Wins Alltech A+ Journalism Award
Monday, June 23 2014 by Editor
By Lauren R. Giannini During the recent tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma, Gentle Carousel Miniature Therapy horses found themselves both the heroes and the victims. When disaster stuck, the little horses remained calm while founders Debbie and Jorge Garcia-Bengochea made a decision that would result in renewing hope to a town that had nearly lost
Friday, April 25 2014 by Editor
Lexington, Ky., April 24, 2014 - Michael Pollard grabbed the early lead on the first day of dressage at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Land Rover, scoring 49.5 penalties on Mensa G. That score just eclipsed the score of 49.8 penalties earned by Will Faudree on Pawlow.
Standout Junior Polo Player Riley Ganzi at the 2014 WCT Polo Tournament at Grand Champios Polo Club in Wellington, Florida
By Darlene Ricker What kind of polo superstar gives one of his best-trained horses to another player who can’t afford to buy a safe mount? Treats a beginner with the same respect he does a student from the British royal family? Stops after a match to chat with a stranger who cheered him on from
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COLLEGE PREPARATORY INVITATIONAL (CPI) MARKS FOURTH YEAR WITH TREMENDOUS SUCCESS AND HIGH MARKS AT THE JIM BRANDON EQUESTRIAN CENTER IN PALM BEACH,…
Saturday, April 12 2014 by Editor
Over $7,000 in scholarships & awarded thanks to Charles Owen & Co., FootingFirst, LLC, and the CPI Junior Ambassadors – Scholarship Award Recipients with Olympian, Peter Wylde WELLINGTON, FL – March 31, 2014 – The nation’s premiere equestrian college recruiting event, the 2014 College Preparatory Invitational (CPI), concluded yesterday, Sunday, March 30, 2014, at the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in Palm Beach, Florida. The 2014 College Preparatory Invitational (CPI) marked its fourth year with 150 student riders and nearly 30 participating colleges/universities from all over the nation. More than 30 states, including Hawaii, were represented by the diverse roster of participants who attended the three-day event designed to provide scholarships and educate student riders about the different formats of college equestrian competitions while providing riders with resources to help them create their own indiv idualized college equestrian experience. CPI High Point Equitation Champion & Scholarship Winner, Kristin Konopnicki with Roy Burek, Managing Director, Charles Owen At the conclusion of all competition and speaker presentations, the CPI recognized its top performing student riders in various categories and awarded 11 scholarships awards