Wednesday, March 08 2017 by Editor
Holly Shepherd pilots Sky High to his first Grand Prix win in the $40,777 Kruse Cushion Ride Grand Prix Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: March 6, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi Holly Shepherd of Grand Bay, Alabama and Loretta Patterson’s Sky High galloped away yesterday with their first Grand Prix win in the $40,777 Kruse Cushion Ride Grand Prix, presented by the City of Gulfport today on a course designed by former Assistant Olympic Course Designer for the 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2016 Games, Manuel Esparza, of Mexico City, Mexico. Esparza set the first round time allowed at 83 seconds. “The course was well designed and had a nice flow to it.
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
Sunday, August 04 2013 by Editor
Britain’s number one female rider Laura Renwick raced to victory today in the Sky Sports Speed Classic, finishing more than 2sec clear of her nearest rival. Her mare Beluga swept round Kelvin Bywater’s 1.45m course, and though last-drawn Guy Williams looked to be fast, he wasn’t quick enough and had to settle for second place with Bijou van de Vijfheide. Rather aptly for Ladies’ Day, all of the top four horses in this class were mares.
Friday, July 05 2013 by Editor
Lake Placid, New York—July 4, 2013—Todd Minikus of Loxahatchee, FL won the $30,000 ABBA Vet Supply Open Jumper Classic, Thursday’s featured event at the 36 th annual I Love New York Horse Show, Presented by Sea Shore Stables, LLC. Minikus was one of 12 of entries of the 46 who started to reach the jump-off by riding without penalty over the 16-jump, Richard Jeffery designed course at the North Elba Showgrounds. Late in the jump-off, U.S. Olympic veteran Margie Engle of Wellington, FL, who will be seeking a record eighth Grand Prix win in Lake Placid Saturday in the $100,000 Woodlea Farms Grand Prix, blazed to the lead with a clean ride in 32.192 seconds on Indigo
Tuesday, April 23 2013 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan We are here!! The Campbell House in Lexington, Kentucky. The Kentucky Rolex Three-Day Event begins on Thursday at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, and many of the Sidelines staff arrived today! The Bluegrass State is a great place and tomorrow we will head to The Kentucky Horse Park – a favorite destination for horse people.
Wednesday, April 03 2013 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan The courtyard at The Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach. I feel very fortunate to have “hotel hopped” while in Palm Beach – and at my last hotel I was treated like royalty!! The Brazilian Court Hotel & Beach Club Palm Beach – another partner with WEF and another partnership I truly enjoyed — had a few tricks up their sleeve and they all included the royal treatment. I stayed at The Brazilian Court twice – because once wasn’t enough! On my second stay, our Sidelines WEF winner Jack Lube and his mom and sister were also staying at the hotel – along with the Queen
Wednesday, February 13 2013 by Editor
Tampa, FL – February 11, 2013 – The 41 st $200,000 Gene Mische American Invitational, presented by G&C Farm, will take place this year on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. America’s “Super Bowl of Show Jumping,” is a historic event, which brings together the top horse and rider combinations in the world. Invitations for the event are extended to the top thirty equestrians on the USEF National Computer Ranking List, plus past and present Olympians and other top invitees
By Jan Westmark-Allan The Winter Equestrian Festival is certainly a place many riders dream about showing – and it’s a great dream! We spent years living in the Wellington area and showing at WEF was part of our life, a really great part. For those who live far away or don’t have the finances or the horse or pony – we want to help you show at WEF! Sidelines Magazine has joined forces with WEF to give one lucky winner the chance to show during the 11th week of the circuit – March 22-24.
Sunday, January 13 2013 by Editor
Wellington, FL – January 12, 2013 – Over 3,500 fans packed the stands at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) on the opening Saturday night to watch the women beat the men for the fifth year in a row in the $55,000 Nespresso Battle of the Sexes at the FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival (FTI WEF) in Wellington. It was the closest race yet in the three-phase competition between the male and female teams, but the ladies pulled out another victory in the end. Week one of FTI WEF runs January 9-13, sponsored by The Mar-a-Lago Club
Thursday, December 13 2012 by Editor
Tampa, FL – December 11, 2012 - The Florida Gold Coast Quarter Horse Show will be welcoming six top American Quarter Horse Association judges for this year’s competition. Scheduled for December 27-31, 2012 at the Florida State Fairgrounds’ Bob Thomas Equestrian Center in Tampa, FL, the Florida Gold Coast Quarter Horse Show features five full days of events including hunters, equitation, reining, western pleasure, trail riding, driving, showmanship and halter classes. This year, the show ends on the 31st to help exhibitors take advantage of the six shows needed to accumulate points before the end of the year for the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)