Valiant’s Legacy Lives On with the Valiant Human-Animal Bond Award During the American Horse Publications’ Annual Award
Thursday, July 03 2014 by Editor
South Daytona, FL – July 1, 2014 - The relationship between horse and human is one that has held strong throughout the centuries. For Jeanette Sassoon of PoloGear®, one horse tugged at her heartstrings more than most: a blind dressage horse named Valiant.
By Dani Moritz When Jeanette Sassoon bred her black Dutch stallion, Valiant, to her newly acquired mare, Caprice, she named the foal Valiant. Little did she know at that time just how much he would embody his name. Born on the wild side, Valiant always had an exuberant spirit. When he was only two-years-old,
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Valiant the Blind Dressage Horse to Perform and Present Valiant: Life Is a Horse Documentary Trailer at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival Nations…
Friday, April 12 2013 by Editor
Saturday night, the audience at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival Nations Cup in Wellington, Florida will be in for an unexpected treat.