Thursday, May 12 2016 by Editor
For Immediate Release: May 12, 2016 Stable View, A Preeminent Destination For Equestrians Stable View, in Aiken, South Carolina, is one of the region’s preeminent international equestrian training facilities, and is pleased to announce the expansion of their facility offerings, event schedule and support for the sport of eventing.
Not only is Ian Millar a legendary Canadian Grand Prix rider and ten time Olympian, he is a member of the Order of Canada, the highest civilian award given by the Canadian government, and has been inducted into the Canada Sports Hall of Fame and Ontario Sports Hall of Fame. He also holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Guelph, Ontario, Veterinary College
Interviewing the legendary George Morris was on my bucket list, but when faced with that opportunity, it was daunting to say the least. I mean, we’re talking George Morris! His name alone strikes fear in the heart of the modern English rider. As most anyone knows, he has a long list of accomplishments from winning the MacClay at fourteen years old to Olympic medals
Friday, July 12 2013 by Editor
Horse Trials & USDF Dressage Show: July 12-14 Horse Trial II: July 17-20
Events Currently Open To Enter Open August 28, 2012 Closing Soon! Course Brook Farm Fall Horse Trials (MA, A-1) Chattahoochee Hills H.T. (GA, A-3) Grass Ridge H.T. (AZ, A-10) Pine Top October HT (GA, A-3) Fall Horse Trials at the Ark (NC, A-2) Middle Tennessee Pony Club Horse Trials (TN, A-3) The Maryland H.T. at Loch Moy Farm (MD, A-2) Radnor Hunt H.T. (PA, A-2) Greenwood Farm Inc
Saturday, October 08 2011 by Editor
Kristi Siam Wins ARIAT National Adult Medal Finals The best six hunter riders in the country this year – Scott Stewart, Kelley Farmer, John French, Jenny Karazissis, Hunt Tosh, and Elizabeth Boyd – competed in the WCHR Professional Finals presented by the John R. Ingram Fund. The head-to-head unique competition saw John French of San Juan Bautista, CA, jump to the top of the leaderboard for his third win in the history of the class. Earlier in the day, Kristi Siam led the victory gallop in the ARIAT National Adult Medal Finals sponsored by ARIAT International. The Capital Challenge Horse Show, held at the Prince George’s Equestrian Center, will run through Sunday, October 9
Tuesday, September 20 2011 by Editor
Wellington, FL- September 20, 2011 – As the only North American leg of the prestigious World Dressage Masters CDI5* circuit, the World Dressage Masters Palm Beach CDI5* presented by International Polo Club Palm Beach will take place January 26 – 29, 2012. Wellington Classic Dressage will once again bring this world-class dressage spectacle to the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in West Palm Beach, FL, close to the nearby Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington.
William Fox-Pitt Wins Record Sixth Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials; American Boyd Martin Defies the Odds With Neville Bardos
Sunday, September 04 2011 by Editor
Lexington, KY - There are incredible stories and then there is the story of the 2011 Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials. Not only did William Fox-Pitt ride Parklane Hawk to a record sixth win of his career, but a little American horse named Neville Bardos defied every possible odd to finish seventh in the world’s toughest four-star. Fox-Pitt and the New Zealand Thoroughbred added one time fault in the show jumping to his dressage score in an otherwise flawless effort over the four days of competition. His dressage score of 39.7 was good enough for second place after the first phase but when overnight leader Simone Dietermann fell off Free Easy NRW on the cross country, Fox-Pitt inherited a lead he then defended with style. But the story of the competition continued to be a scrappy little failed racehorse from Australia. Neville Bardos fulfilled Boyd Martin’s dream of competing at Burghley and with his tenacity and bravery put a nightmare of a summer behind his family. A barn fire ripped through Martin’s barn in May, and Neville Bardos was trapped in the fire the longest of those horses that survived
Wednesday, April 27 2011 by Editor
Leipzig, Germany - The United States presented three horses to the veterinary panel at the Horse Inspection this afternoon for the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final. All proved sound and ready to compete. There were 18 horse/rider combinations fielded from the 11 nations competing at the 2011 Final. Shawna Harding and Come On III at the First Horse Inspection at the 2011 Reem Acra FEI World Cup Final. (Photo by Aly Sanderford/PMG) The U.S. will be represented by: Rider / Age / Home Town / Horse / Age / Breed / Sex / Owner Jan Ebeling / 52 / Moorpark, CA / Rafalca / 14 / Oldenburg / Mare / Ann Romney Catherine Haddad-Staller / 47 / Vechta, Germany / Winyamaro / 11 / Hanoverian / Gelding / Catherine Haddad-Staller Shawna Harding / 41 / Aiken, SC / Come On III / 12 / Danish Warmblood / Gelding / Shawna Harding “All of our combinations looked good, sound and ready to compete