Mickie Sage Pilots Harlu to the Blue in the USHJA National Hunter Derby at Spring Warm-Up II at Colorado Horse Park
Monday, May 26 2014 by Editor
Parker, CO – May 8, 2014 – The $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby and the Mini Prix both were set to run at the same time during Spring Warm-Up II at the Colorado Horse Park. Professional Mickie Sage planned to compete horses in both classes putting her a little under the gun
Brody Robertson designed this wonderful wiener dog jump for Sidelines magazine publisher Samantha Charles in memoriam of her beloved dachshund Mojo! Event rider Holly Payne, aboard Baby, jumps it in style. The National Horse Show announced that vendor spaces for this year’s show have gone on sale. The show will be held October
Friday, May 02 2014 by Editor
Applications due Monday, May 5 April 15, 2014 — Lexington, KY — There is still time to submit proposals for USA Equestrian Trust’s 2014 grants program. IRS-registered equine non-profit organizations are invited to apply by filling out the online grant application at http://www.trusthorses.org . The deadline is 11:59 p.m
Gladstone, NJ – April 14, 2014 - The United States Equestrian Team Foundation will be hosting the George H. Morris “Gladstone Program” at its headquarters at Hamilton Farm May 20-25, 2014.
April 4, 2014 Lexington, KY – The application deadline for three June 2014 Emerging Athletes Program Regional Training Sessions is midnight of Monday, April 21 . The intensive 4 1/2 day training sessions will be taught by some of the sport’s most respected clinicians and stable managers . Riders, competition age 20 and under, interested in participating in the USHJA Emerging Athletes Program, presented by Dover Saddlery , must submit the EAP Application and required documents to USHJA no later than the respective deadline.
GEORGETOWN, KY – MARCH 10, 2014 Old Friends and New Vocations have entered into an agreement to benefit Thoroughbreds in their post-racing and post-breeding careers.
By Katie Navarra Barry Koster’s career as an artist could have been over before it even began. An elementary school teacher nearly failed him because he had “poor art skills.” Not willing to accept this fate for her son, Barry’s mother marched into a store and purchased a pad of paper and pastels –
Wednesday, February 12 2014 by Editor
Every day we are bombarded with the detrimental effects of chemicals in our food and in the products we put on our bodies. We do what we can not to consume these products but let’s be honest, living a completely organic lifestyle is expensive and can be cost prohibitive for most of us. However, if we only partially change the food we consume and products we use, we will improve our lives and we can do the same for our horses
Tuesday, February 11 2014 by Editor
Wellington, FL – February 5, 2014 – Louise Mellon is well known for her brightly-colored, impressionist, whimsical and sometimes downright funny art. Mellon’s recognizable work is often seen on the covers and pages of equestrian publications.
Looking for a sport horse? The KWPN Center has just what you want! The KWPN is launching a new initiative: the KWPN Online Auction. Twelve talented horses have been selected for the auction by four expert horsemen: Gertjan van Olst, Nol Gerritsen, Teus van den Brink, and John Steeghs.