American Invitational, presented by G & C Farm a Special Event for Miami’s Own Margie Goldstein-Engle
Friday, April 04 2014 by Editor
4 - Born and raised in Miami, Florida, America’s winningest grand prix rider, Margie Goldstein-Engle, is especially excited that the $200,000 American Invitational, presented by G & C Farm, has found a new home at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. After all, Engle attended South Miami High School and graduated from Florida International University with a degree in Business
She may have been born on April Fool’s Day, but Zenyatta’s racing career was no joke.
As you begin to prep for show season , it’s important to assess your horse’s health . Pulling off the blankets after winter can reveal a very different horse than the one you had that fall.
Laura Kraut and Wish Triumph in $6,000 Spy Coast Farm 1.40m Jump-Off : Nairobi Nights and Laura Lee Montross Top Camping World Adult Amateur Hunter…
Friday, January 17 2014 by Editor
Wellington, FL – January 10, 2014 - U.S. Olympic Team Gold Medalist Laura Kraut earned victory on day three of the 2014 FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival (FTI WEF) competing with Stone Hill Farm’s Wish in the $6,000 Spy Coast Farm 1.40m jump-off class on Friday, January 10. Alexander Zetterman (SWE) and Canora also got their second win of the circuit in the day’s $6,000 Spy Coast Farm 1.40m Speed Challenge.
She was on the fast track to international glory when life brought her plans to a halt. Now she’s back and ready to rock the FEI arena! By Dani Mortiz Looking back at her career, it was obvious the next logical step for Mary-Haskins Gurganus was the international arena. Her lifelong goal of making a
September 4 th , 2013 Aiken, SC – The exciting hunter and jumper action of the 2013 Aiken Fall Festival Horse Show is set to kick off this Thursday. The event in its 6 th year will take place at Highfields Event Center in Aiken, SC with JP Godard and his Equus Events, Inc. handling the managing duties. The show carries a USEF A rating and a jumper 3 star and will run September 5 th -8 th and 12 th -15 th . “This year’s show is our biggest to date and with two sold out events we are looking forward to two busy weeks”, said show organizer JP Godard
Friday, August 23 2013 by Editor
Riding back from the show grounds in Wellington, FL Horses are “Free Roaming Social Herbivores” Last week I was riding, or should I say “rock climbing” horses up on top of the Continental Divide in Colorado facilitating a Horsewomen’s Retreat., but for most of the year I am in Wellington, Florida watching thousands of horses navigate golf carts, trucks, trailers, landscape blowers and big rigs.
Thursday, August 15 2013 by Editor
Lexington, KY – August 14, 2013 - David Blake piloted the up-and-coming young horse Park Lane to a win in the $5,000 1.40m Open Jumpers to kick off the Bluegrass Festival Horse Show’s jumper divisions. Earlier in the day, Christi Israel rode Bull Run’s Zino Platinum to first place in the 1.35m Open Jumpers. David Blake and Park Lane The $5,000 1.40m Open Jumpers was run as a speed class over the course designed by Allen Rheinheimer
Tuesday, August 13 2013 by Editor
By Samantha Charles Sidelines Founder and Publisher Searching through 25 years of old Sidelines issues has taken me on a fantastic journey. While sifting through old, dusty boxes of Sidelines, I discovered a mission statement I wrote more than 15 years ago. The rewarding news? After 25 years on this journey, I have
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Jessica L. Pita, adoption counselor at Miami Dade Animal Services , is working hard to find animals homes every day. She says that the shelter is overwhelmed with nearly 400 dogs, and they are desperately in need of adopters.