Thursday, October 24 2013 by Editor
WESTPORT, CT – October 23, 2013 - Animal Planet announced today that the EQUUS Foundation was awarded the first of eight $5,000 bonuses in the Animal Planet R.O.A.R. Matching Campaign running through November 12. In addition to the $40,000 in bonuses, Animal Planet is matching $100,000 in the first donations received by its seven charitable partners
Wednesday, October 23 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL-Oct. 22 2013—-The Polo School At Grand Champions will host the inaugural ProKidz Junior Polo Tournament Saturday at 4 p.m.
Tuesday, October 22 2013 by Editor
DUBLIN, Ireland – 21 October 2013 – In keeping with their tradition of products developed ‘for the rider, by the rider,’ Tredstep Ireland has introduced the Trainer Pro, a newly designed, sturdy high-performance glove intended to be worn daily as an all-round glove; but with the added advantage of perfect grip in wet or dry conditions.
By Kat Wojtylak Arugula Beet Salad is a lovely and easy way to appreciate beets, but also to enjoy good food without a ton of preparation. This salad comes together with the nutty creaminess of the pistachio, sweetness from baked beets, peppery arugula and some tangy pecorino cheese
Monday, October 07 2013 by Editor
Phnom Penh, Cambodia – “I am going to take a break,” Kevin Staut announced at the end of September, “…and I am staying away from show jumping arenas this fall.” Truth be told, his ‘break’ is only relative to show jumping.
Wednesday, October 02 2013 by Editor
Surface performed outstandingly despite deluge at Sonoma Horse Park Lexington, KY (September 30th) – When the show must go on, Sonoma Horse park officials put their trust in Martin Collins Equ ine Surfaces . Despite six hours of consecutive, heavy rain (record rainfall for a single day in September in Sonoma County) at the Sonoma Horse Park’s final Saturday show of the 2013 season, Martin Collins’ CLOPF® footing held up flawlessly throughout the downpour, and the horse show stayed on schedule.
Wednesday, October 02 2013 by Editor
by Sophie St.Clair Last week I travelled to Sacramento to compete in the USHJA Children’s and Adult Amateur West Regional Jumper Championship. The event was held at Murieta Equestrian Center in Rancho Murieta, CA
by Sophie St.Clair The countdown to the USHJA Children’s and Adult Amateur Regional Jumper Championships begins! Last week I received a mail from the USHJA outlining the format of the week, the schedule of events and my teammates and Chef d’Equipe. I will be on Team Number 1 from California with Lauren Kee, Jayme Omand and Peyton Masteller. Our Chef is Kelly Van Vleck
SmartPak Introduces New and Improved SmartVite Formulas Four Multi-Vitamins Target Horse Age and Workload
Thursday, September 19 2013 by Editor
PLYMOUTH, MA—September 18, 2013— A horse owner survey revealed that seven out of ten horses do not get a full serving of fortified grain or complete feed. Adequate levels of vitamins and minerals are critical to the proper functioning of every major body system, including immune, digestive, nervous, circulatory, musculoskeletal, respiratory, endocrine and skin. If your horse is getting less than the full serving of fortified grain or complete feed than what is listed on his grain bag he may need one of the four formulas in SmartPak’s new and improved SmartVite line of vitamin/mineral supplements
What do you do when your horse develops a lameness? If the lameness is pronounced or persistent, you will call your equine veterinarian. Your veterinarian is an expert in movement and anatomy, but he or she may recommend diagnostic imaging to better understand the nature and extent of an injury