32 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 16 Ken and Emily Smith: Working and Riding Together 20 Show Jumper Brian Walker Answers Your Questions 22 Charity: Great Strides Long Island— Therapeutic Riding Program is Changing Lives 26 Amanda Steege: Finding Her Inspiration by Leaving it Behind
Tagged under: 25th Annual Vermont Summer Festival, Amanda Steege, archie cox, boyd-martin, brian walker, Charlotte Bredahl, Dr. Richard Wheeler, Ellesse Jordan Tzinberg, Great Strides Long Island, hipico, Jenny Erwin, Kathleen Harrigan, Ken and Emily Smith, menlo charity horse show, ncaa, Santa Fe Summers, Sarah Rowen, SCAD, Showpark Festival Series, TCU Equestrian Team, weg, Yvonne Barteau
Tuesday, June 19 2018 by Editor
Atherton, CA – June 18, 2018 Menlo Charity Horse Show, a recipient of the US Equestrian Heritage Horse Show distinction, numerous National Show Hunter Hall of Fame Top 10 Horse Shows of the Year as well as a perennial favorite destination of the Equestrian Living Magazine Gold List readers announces that the 2018 horse show is a sell out. Trainers wishing to reserve a place on the waiting list for stalls should email Annette Longnecker, MCHS Head Show Secretary at email@example.com Inaugural Three Ring Live Broadcast by Horse Network Every class in all of the three show rings at Menlo Charity Horse Show (MCHS) will stream live and for free this year! MCHS events can be viewed at HorseNetwork.com/Live. Each day’s feature class will be available via Facebook Live on the pages of Horse Network and Menlo Charity Horse Show , where fans all over the world can watch together and weigh in on the Hunter/Jumper action as it happens at Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, California. As an additional courtesy to competitors, Menlo Charity Horse Show is offering clips from every class in the Arena, Grass Hunter Field and Grass Jumper Ring online after each day’s competition, at no additional charge.
70 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 16 Charity: Thrive Animal Rescue 22 Show Jumper Brian Walker Answers Your Questions 26 Oliver Kennedy: The Right Place at the Right Time 38 Para Western Dressage Rider Jennifer Flanagan 32 Shannon Dueck: Beating Cancer
Tagged under: alex banks, Andy Scott, beating cancer, boyd-martin, brian walker, cancer, charity, christine traurig, Dr. Richard Wheeler, dressage, eventing, Gaston Rodriguez, gina miles, gulfport, jennifer flanagan, jumper tournament, Kat Fuqua, menlo charity horse show, Mental Health, Mississippi, oliver kennedy, para western dressage, riding, sandy ferrell, shannon dueck, silver oak, sport psychology, The Kelpies, thrive animal rescue, Tiffany Busch, vermont summer festival, vet talk
Thursday, August 17 2017 by Editor
photo: Alden Corrigan Media Proceeds from the Horse Show Were Raised for Vista Center for the Visually Impaired Menlo, Calif. August 16, 2017– The equestrian and surrounding Menlo Park communities gathered together for the Menlo Charity Horse Show Tuesday, August 8th through Sunday, August 13th, 2017.
Monday, August 14 2017 by Editor
Kaitlin Lovingfoss finished 1st on Triumph, 3rd on Easy Time in the $2500 Strideaway Peterson 3’6″ Jr.