Tuesday, December 10 2013 by Editor
Show Series Offers Unique Opportunities for Developing Horses and Riders Wellington, FL – December 8, 2013 – The prize list for the inaugural Citrus Series Show January 3-4 is now available online. This unique, quality show series gives developing horses and riders a low-key vehicle to get show mileage so they can grow and progress
PETER WYLDE UNITED STATES’ OLYMPIC TEAM GOLD MEDALIST TO BE KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR 2014 CPI COMPETITION
Saturday, November 23 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL – The 2014 College Preparatory Invitational (CPI) is honored to announce that world class and Olympic show jumping icon, Peter Wylde, will be the ‘key note’ speaker at the 2014 CPI Awards Ceremony. Breaking away from rigorous 2014 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) competition duties, Wylde will speak to the young participants about the pertinence of a collegiate education for students desiring to become professional equestrians following graduation, as well as the benefits associated with collegiate team participation
Thoroughbred Placement Resources, Inc. Selected as the Honorary Rescue of the Washington International Horse Show
Wednesday, November 20 2013 by Editor
UPPER MARLBORO, Md., Nov. 1, 2013— Thoroughbred Placement Resources, Inc. was selected as the honorary rescue of the Washington International Horse Show, which took place October 22-26 at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C
George Morris Travels to Rhode Island, South Carolina and Illinois For Three Weeks of Horsemastership Clinics
Wednesday, November 13 2013 by Editor
Wellington, FL – November 13, 2013 – After retiring as Chef d’Equipe of the United States Show Jumping Team, legendary horseman and coach George Morris has set his sights on developing the future of the sport by conducting clinics around the country. Over the next three weeks, he will be traveling to Rhode Island, South Carolina and Illinois where riders and auditors will have the opportunity to learn from the best in the business.
Tuesday, November 12 2013 by Editor
The event provided an emotional homecoming for Halliday, who grew up just 30 minutes from Galway Downs where she trained and competed as a teenager. The English-based American’s decision to travel 5,400 miles across the Atlantic from her Chailey Stud base in East Sussex would be fully justified come Sunday when a clear Show Jumping round helped Cooley take a podium finish that not only qualifies him for four-star level competition but also potential selection to the US team ahead of next year’s World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France
Five equestrian heroes receive honours at FEI Awards Gala 2013 presented by Longines; Kessler wins Longines Rising Star Award
Friday, November 08 2013 by Editor
Montreux, Switzerland - HRH Princess Haya, President of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) led the applause tonight as the five winners of the FEI Awards 2013 went on stage in Montreux, Switzerland to receive their honours. Winners of the FEI Awards 2013 (FEI/Edouard Curchod) Master of Ceremonies Jonathan Edwards, Olympic gold medallist in Triple Jump and the current world record holder, described the accomplishments of the recipients of the FEI Awards to more than three hundred guests, including representatives of the 132 Member Federations of the FEI – the world governing body of horse sport – journalists, VIPs, friends of the winners and FEI staff.
Tuesday, November 05 2013 by Editor
Temecula, Calif., Nov. 3, 2013— Almost nothing about the Galway Downs International Three-Day Event worked out like Buck Davidson expected.
Friday, October 11 2013 by Editor
Liz Halliday will make her first FEI Nations Cup appearance for the United States Equestrian squad this weekend (October 10-13) when the professional dual sportswoman takes part in the CCI*** Team competition in Boekelo. Liz, along with one of her Chailey Stud stable’s brightest prospects – Blackie (Fernhill by Night) – travels to the Netherlands as part of the three-rider American team for the final round of this year’s championship
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.
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