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Holly Shepherd pilots Jade to the win in the $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by KCR, besting a field of 41 horse and rider teams Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: March 4, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi The Hunter numbers continue to grow at the Gulf Coast Winter Classic Circuit ! The $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by Kruse Cushion Ride , saw 41 horse and rider teams compete under sunny skies on a course designed by Paul Jewel and judged by Brian Lenehan and Jimmy Toon.
Tuesday, February 28 2017 by Editor
Matt Cyphert pilots Hector to the winner’s circle in the $25,000 CWD Grand Prix Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: February 27, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi Matt Cyphert of Northlake, Texas and Hannah Donald’s Hector won yesterday’s $25,000 CWD Grand Prix over a course designed by world-renowned course designer Leopoldo Palacios. “I think it’s really interesting how the course designers have such different styles. Last week we had Michel Vaillancourt and he is just brilliant and this week to have Leopoldo [Palacios]! Both are amazing and have such unique styles
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VALE IS VICTORIOUS! RIDES BONZINI S AND QUIDAM’S GOOD LUCK TO TOP TWO PLACINGS IN $35,000 OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE GRAND PRIX, PRESENTED BY EMO
Wednesday, June 22 2016 by Editor
Aaron Vale pilots Bonzini S to the win in last night’s $35,000 Outback Steakhouse Grand Prix, presented by EMO during the Week I Atlanta Summer Classics For Immediate Release: June 19, 2016 Conyers, Georgia Last night Aaron Vale of Williston, Florida bested a field of twenty four horse and rider teams and brought home the first and second place ribbons with Thinks Like A Horse Farm’s Bonzini S and Quidam’s Good Luck , owned by Troy Glaus in the $35,000 Outback Steakhouse Grand Prix, presented by EMO . This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the 1996 Olympic Games at the Georgia International Horse Park and to help celebrate, Allen Rheinheimer, Classic Company Course Designer and Technical Coordinator, replicated the 1996 Olympic track, originally designed by Linda Allen. Rheinheimer set the first round time allowed at 86 seconds and only six horse and rider teams advanced to the jump off round
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
Karissa and Seppy! By Dani Moritz I got a Facebook message this morning from a woman I met briefly at Therapeutic Horsemanship in Wentzville, Missouri. Seppy had been there on and off over a two year period and was volunteering as a therapy horse while I spent a lot of time traveling and studying
Wednesday, March 13 2013 by Editor
OCALA, FL (March 5, 2013) – This weekend’s win in the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix has Hunter Holloway, 15, of Topeka, Kansas seeing zeros and eagerly awaiting an appearance in the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final this fall in Saugerties, New York. Holloway was one of 12 to return for second-round competition out of an original 38 starters
Saturday, February 23 2013 by Editor
Finally, Brianne,Chelsea, Nikko and Maggie come together to tell us what it was like being part of the groundbreaking television series.
Recently, Augusta, Georgia hosted the first leg of the Mercuria NCHA (National Cutting Horse Association) World Series of Cutting. The competive event will then move through Texas, Canada, Idaho, California, Ohio and Lyon, France before the end of 2013. TheNCHA, with 16,000 members nationwide, falls somewhere between eventing (USEA) with 12,000 members and dressage (USDA) with 30,000 members so it represents a significant number of competitors nationwide although membership tends to be clustered in regions where the sport first sprang up.