Saturday, September 17 2016 by Editor
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By Ashleigh Brown, Welfare assessment advisor for the Brooke, an international equine welfare charity It’s hot, dusty and crowded. It feels like a hundred pairs of eyes are on me as I examine the desperately thin and despondent horse in front of me. People stare in curiosity at the never-before-seen presence of a farangi (white
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By Lindsay McCall Donna Ponessa from New Windsor, New York catapulted onto the international para-equestrian scene in 2011. Her determination led to her earning a spot on the 2012 USA Paralympic Equestrian Team in London alongside Jonathan Wentz, Rebecca Hart and Dale Dedrick. “There are not enough adjectives to describe what an amazing
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Tuesday, September 10 2013 by Editor
FEI PRESS RELEASE Lausanne (SUI), 8 September, 2013 Photo caption: Jock Paget (NZL) and Clifton Promise win the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials (GBR), the last leg of the HSBC FEI Classics™ series. (Photo: Kate Houghton/FEI). FEI Photo Catalogue: free images for editorial purposes are available at www.feiphotos.org
Wednesday, September 04 2013 by Editor
London 2012 Olympic team champion Ben Maher (GBR), who won team gold and individual silver at the P.S.I.
Showjumper Geoff Luckett took advantage of his last-drawn position to win the final class today at the Longines Royal International Horse Show at Hickstead (30 July – 4 August).
Monday, June 17 2013 by Editor
Rockwood, Ontario – Canadian Olympian David Marcus of Campbellville, ON, made a clean sweep of the grand prix division at the CDI3* Angelstone International Dressage Tournament held June 14 through 16 in Rockwood, ON. Riding his 2012 London Olympic mount, Chrevi’s Capital, Marcus won both the Grand Prix and the Grand Prix Freestyle while Don Kontes stood in the winner’s circle following the Grand Prix Special. Marcus and Chrevi’s Capital topped a nine-horse starting field with a score of 69.81% earned from the five-member panel of international judges. Riding Don Kontes, Marcus took third place with a score of 66.62%, finishing behind his 2012 London Olympic teammate Jacqueline Brooks and D Niro who scored 67.51%. Both of Marcus’s horses are owned by Deborah Kinzinger. “Capital hasn’t shown since February, so it was nice to get him back in the show ring,” said Marcus, 32. “He felt fresh and happy in his job. It was a nice, clean test. It was fairly conservative, but since he hadn’t shown in a while, my goal was simply to go in and have no mistakes.” Both the Grand Prix Special and Grand Prix Freestyle were held on Saturday evening in front of hundreds of spectators. Marcus and Chrevi’s Capital, a 13-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding (Chrevi’s Cavallo x Weinberg), rode their musical freestyle for the third time in competition, having debuted their new program at the prestigious CDI5* World Dressage Masters Palm Beach in January. Compiled by Joost Peters of The Netherlands and featuring the music of George Michael and WHAM!, their freestyle performance earned the winning score of 72.73% to hold off Brooks and D Niro with 72.33%
By Kim MacMillan The home page of Jacqueline Brooks’ website greets you with a quote by Walt Disney, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Meeting her for the first time, you can see why Walt’s words of wisdom appeal to her. Her infectious smile makes her approachable and her strong work
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Thursday, April 18 2013 by Editor
DEVON, Pa.—Two time Olympic team gold medalist McLain Ward will defend his Leading Open Jumper Rider title at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, which runs May 23 to June 2. Ward of Brewster, N.Y., has entered last year’s Devon Open Jumper Champion Antares F, the horse he rode in the 2012 London Olympic Games. Ward also won last year’s $100,000 Wells Fargo Grand Prix of Devon on Antares F, a class he has won six times in the last 10 years
We have a chance to chat with Reed at the Winter Equestrian Festival. She shares her philosophy on hard work and pushing yourself up through classes and her experience at the London Olympic Games.