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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.
Monday, March 06 2017 by Editor
Holly Shepherd pilots Jade to the win in the $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by KCR, besting a field of 41 horse and rider teams Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: March 4, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi The Hunter numbers continue to grow at the Gulf Coast Winter Classic Circuit ! The $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by Kruse Cushion Ride , saw 41 horse and rider teams compete under sunny skies on a course designed by Paul Jewel and judged by Brian Lenehan and Jimmy Toon.
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
Menlo Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce a new addition to our management team. Phil J. DeVita Jr. will be joining MCHS in the newly created…
Thursday, June 16 2016 by Editor
Phil J DeVita Jr ©jackpotequine.com ATHERTON, CA – June 15, 2016 Menlo Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce a new addition to our management team. Phil J.
Have you ever heard of the Trait du Nord ? This beautiful draft breed originated in the 1800s, yet it is endangered today and its future remains uncertain. History The Trait du Nord originated in the grasslands of the southern Netherlands, northern France, and throughout Belgium
We’ve all heard the saying, “No hoof, no horse.” Your horse’s hooves are the literal foundation to his soundness and athletic capabilities, so it’s important to take care of them properly. Want to help keep your horse’s hooves in great shape? These important approaches will help
Friday, August 22 2014 by Editor
As the show season progresses, it’s easy to get caught up in competition and your goals of advancing through the levels. However, it’s back-to-school season, and both you and your horse can benefit from it. Taking a few rides to focus on the basics can make your more advanced riding even better
If you have a horse who “gets fat on air” in your barn , then you are well acquainted with the “easy keeper.” Making sure that your easy keeper stays at a healthy weight can become a particular challenge during the summer, when pastures are lush. Need some help? Here are some ideas
Do you have a special routine for your horse each time you come home from a show? Horse shows take a lot out of our horses, both physically and mentally
Monday, July 21 2014 by Editor
If you were a horse-loving child, chances are that at some point you read Marguerite Henry’s Misty of Chincoteague . Maybe you went on to read Stormy, Misty’s Foal , and even Sea Star, Orphan of Chincoteague . Misty of Chincoteague became a classic in the literary canon of horse stories, but do you know that it was inspired by an actual Chincoteague pony named Misty