Saturday, June 14 2014 by Editor
By Doris Degner-Foster How many people could say they had dealt with the trials of a broken collarbone, a kidney stone, Legionaires’ diseaseand the joy of welcoming a new baby, and still won five Grand Prix competitions, all within a year? The formidable Todd Minikus could! With over 100 Grand Prix wins in his
Britta Johnston is the owner and head trainer of International Sporthorses LLC, based at her beautiful Mountain Vista Farm in Amissville, Virginia. Shown here with Little Gerber, an 18.1hh Hanoverian gelding with very athletic and classic bloodlines, who will get all the time he needs to develop the mental and physical strength and confidence he
By Sophie St. Clair Twenty-three-year-old Nayel Nassar and his team of talented horses have racked up some impressive accolades, especially remarkable considering his age. In 2011, he competed in Doha, Qatar, placing fifth individually and winning a team bronze for Egypt at the Pan Arab Games. In 2012, he won the Artisan Farms Young Rider
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Canadian Grand Prix rider Ian Millar says, “I’m a very goal and destination focused person, but I’m also very attentive to the journey.” By Doris Degner-Foster Ian Millar’s journey is a long one. He became a member of Canada’s show jumping team in 1971, and has maintained a place on the team ever since
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Friday, April 04 2014 by Editor
Wellington, FL – April 3, 2014 – Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP) is proud to congratulate all of the Circuit Champions for the 2014 FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival (FTI WEF). The 2014 circuit was a huge success featuring twelve weeks of world-class competition January 8 through March 30 at the beautiful Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL
Saturday, March 29 2014 by Editor
Hope Arellano of Polographics outraces defender downfield on her Best Playing Pony. Photo by Scott Fisher WELLINGTON, FL-March 17, 2014- —The Buzz Welker Memorial Tournament offered junior polo players of all ages and ability levels a chance to improve their skills and have fun at the same time Monday at Grand Champions Polo Club. With more than 80 players, polo’s grass roots level never looked better during the Polo Training Foundation event.
By Lauren R. Giannini Victoria (Tori) Colvin, now 16 and driving, has been racking up rosettes, tri-colors and various Best Child/Junior Rider titles for many years. As a very young catch rider she climbed on the freshest, hottest ponies and rode so chilly and with such finesse that they went quietly and well on course.
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Saturday, February 15 2014 by Editor
Wellington, FL – February 12, 2014 - U.S.
Tuesday, October 08 2013 by Editor
McClain and Antares – just one example of an amazing grand prix horse! By Jan Westmark Allan There’s something extraordinary about a horse who competes at grand prix. Maybe it’s the ability to clear five-foot fences and six-foot spreads on a twisting, turning course – or maybe it’s the sheer determination and partnership that develops as horses and riders achieve the impossible. Whatever it is – Sidelines Magazine thinks it’s pretty incredible.
Ferreira Earns Grand Championship At The Hampton Classic Children’s hunters shine on show’s third day.
Saturday, August 31 2013 by Editor
Bridgehampton, NY-August 28, 2013 – Children’s hunters, both horses and ponies, took over the hunter rings in Tuesday’s edition of the 38th Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show.