Friday, December 04 2020 by Ruby Tevis
By Britney Grover Portraits by Lori Ovanessian Julia Stone has always loved learning and horses. While attending a college preparatory high school, she commuted each week to horse shows — including flying from her home in California to Florida every Thursday and back each Sunday during the Winter Equestrian Festival. While juggling AP and honors
By George Williams In my column last month, I wrote about “the summer that never was.” Well, I stand corrected! It turned out that for U.S. dressage, in the quaint little town of Wayne, Illinois, we had one glorious week of summer. The 2020 US Equestrian Festival of Champions at Lamplight Equestrian Center held the
By Laura Scaletti Katrina Coldren makes horse shows around the United States her runway. From Devon to the Washington International Horse Show to the National Horse Show and numerous others shows across America, some of the greatest champions in equestrian sport have worn bespoke apparel from Katrina’s equine apparel company, The Clothes Horse. Since 1972,
Monday, September 07 2020 by Ruby Tevis
By Laura Scaletti For Alexa Fairchild, X marks the spot. From an early age, this dreamer has been passionate about horses and high fashion. Today, at age 25, Alexa not only runs her own fashion line, Alexa Fairchild; she also competes at a Grand Prix level in dressage. Love and appreciation of fashion is literally
By Margie Sugarman I’m experiencing anxiety with going back to horse shows post-coronavirus. I find myself worried about catching the virus or spreading it to my family, even with all the precautions in place. How do I cope with the anxiety? Many of you might have recently read a piece that’s been circulating online regarding
By Summer Grace On the opening day of the FEI Children’s Nations Cup at the Palm Beach Masters, 12-year-old Brooks Hull mounted a borrowed horse he had only ridden three times. Despite an obvious shiner on his left eye along with the challenge of competing on an unfamiliar horse, the young rider and his new
Marty Bauman can be found at horse shows and events all around the country, but not on the back of a horse. As the owner of Classic Communications, a public relations, marketing and event management company, Marty may not be riding but his participation in the horse world is extensive, including including serving as the
Monday, August 06 2018 by Editor
Menlo Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce complementary live streaming coverage of every class, every ring, every day and can be viewed at HorseNetwork.com/Live each day’s featured class will be available via Facebook Live on the Menlo Charity Horse Show and Horse Network pages for fans all over the world to watch and weigh in on the Hunter/Jumper action as it happens from Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, California. As an additional amenity to competitors, Menlo Charity Horse Show is providing clips from every class online after each day’s competition, free of charge. To watch all rings go to the Horse Network Landing Page: https://horsenetwork.com/live/ This will link you to the landing pages for each ring, presenting the full schedule of classes in each: https://horsenetwork.com/live/grass-hunter-ring-menlo-charity-horse-show/ https://horsenetwork.com/live/grass-jumper-ring-menlo-charity-horse-show/ https://horsenetwork.com/live/sand-hunter-ring-menlo-charity-horse-show/ “We’re gearing up for an exciting week of equestrian sport at Menlo Charity Horse Show! Tune in to Horse Network Live for wall-to-wall coverage from all three rings at the Menlo Circus Club, starting daily at 7:15 am on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. Each day’s feature class will also stream concurrently on Facebook Live ,” said Horse Network Editor-in-Chief, Carley Sparks.
Tuesday, June 19 2018 by Editor
Atherton, CA – June 18, 2018 Menlo Charity Horse Show, a recipient of the US Equestrian Heritage Horse Show distinction, numerous National Show Hunter Hall of Fame Top 10 Horse Shows of the Year as well as a perennial favorite destination of the Equestrian Living Magazine Gold List readers announces that the 2018 horse show is a sell out. Trainers wishing to reserve a place on the waiting list for stalls should email Annette Longnecker, MCHS Head Show Secretary at email@example.com Inaugural Three Ring Live Broadcast by Horse Network Every class in all of the three show rings at Menlo Charity Horse Show (MCHS) will stream live and for free this year! MCHS events can be viewed at HorseNetwork.com/Live. Each day’s feature class will be available via Facebook Live on the pages of Horse Network and Menlo Charity Horse Show , where fans all over the world can watch together and weigh in on the Hunter/Jumper action as it happens at Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, California. As an additional courtesy to competitors, Menlo Charity Horse Show is offering clips from every class in the Arena, Grass Hunter Field and Grass Jumper Ring online after each day’s competition, at no additional charge.
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