Wednesday, February 19 2014 by Editor
Biostar brings us USEF Show Jumping Team Veterinarian Dr. Tim Ober to discuss different methods of cold therapy for horses.
By Kate Eagleton Cairo and I on his first day at East Wind Farms in Florida. He traveled all the way from Kentucky
John Porter competed in winning style at the New England Horsemen’s Council Medal Finals, riding away with the win in the 2013 NEEC Junior Medal. John and trainer Sachine Belle accepted the award from NEEC Committee member Fred Hunt and the 2012 winner, Michael Janson. Photo by Melody Taylor-Scott It will come as no surprise that
Back in 2010 at the World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky, Greg Nielsen and Kat Wojtylak, two individuals involved in the horse industry, met through mutual friends (hey thanks JRPR, Inc. for your meddling). Fast-forward almost three years later to the day, and these two lovebirds announced their engagement at the Lincoln Memorial in DC.
By Jan Westmark-Allan While I am a horse person through and through, I also have a huge soft spot for canines. I’m not alone in my love for both equines and canines – visit a barn or head to a horse show and the canine world is in full force, making it evident that
Thursday, July 11 2013 by Editor
Lexington, KY–July 11, 2013–Victoria Colvin, of Loxahatchee, FL has been named the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Rider of the Month for June. This is the second time this year that Colvin has been Rider of the Month; she was also awarded Rider of the Month in March
Friday, June 28 2013 by Editor
PLEASE NOTE: THE FIRST CLASS ON SATURDAY WILL BE .80M JUMPER Click here to download the updated schedule Download the 2013 Princeton Show Jumping Prize List Download the Spotted Toad Equestrian Shows Prize List These NJPHA/NJHSA/M&S shows are held each Saturday and Sunday in Ring 2 during our Rated Shows.
Monday, June 10 2013 by Editor
Calgary, Alberta – 2008 Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze was in the winner’s circle after claiming the $40,000 ATCO Structures & Logistics Cup on Sunday, June 9, at the Spruce Meadows “National” Tournament in Calgary, AB. While Lamaze has welcomed two new international mounts to his stable in recent weeks, it was his partner of almost two years, Wang Chung M2S, that carried him to Sunday’s victory. The pair had the advantage of going second to last in the starting order, knowing they had to better the time of 85.33 seconds set by Reed Kessler of the United States. Catch her time they did, cruising through Werner Deeg’s course in the International Ring in a time of 84.73 seconds. When the final rider, Brianne Goutal of the U.S., proved to be no threat, Lamaze claimed his first victory of the Spruce Meadows summer series
Friday, April 05 2013 by Editor
Calgary, Alberta – After 30 years and a explosion in popularity, Show Jumping is set to return to the heart of Calgary with the launch of The Royal West at the Calgary Stampede.