Friday, May 03 2013 by Editor
During the 2012 Summer Olympics, many competitors were seen using elastic kinesiology tape with great success.
A round pen or arena may be one of the best investments you ever make for your horses. It can serve as a useful training space, a safe place to turn out horses, and provides a smaller space to work a horse from the ground as well as in the saddle. Indoor arenas also protects riders and horses from the cold, snow, rain and wind in the winter and can also keep everyone cooler by providing shade in the summer.
Tina Konyot and Calecto V Take FEI Grand Prix Victory at WEF Dressage Classic CDI 3* presented by Today’s Equestrian & Fellows
Saturday, March 16 2013 by Editor
Wellington, FL – March 14, 2013 – The third international competition for the 2013 Adequan Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) began today with the opening CDI competition, the FEI Grand Prix. This week’s show, the WEF Dressage Classic CDI 3*, presented by Today’s Equestrian & Fellows, runs March 14-17, 2013.
Merrill Lynch Team International Takes Home Quadrille Title at 2013 Challenge of the Americas Presented by SSG Gloves
Tuesday, March 12 2013 by Editor
Wellington, FL – March 10, 2013 - Merrill Lynch Team International bested Purina Team USA in a thrilling battle for the title of quadrille champions at the 11th Challenge of the Americas Presented by SSG Gloves, held on Saturday evening at the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center.
By Rebecca Walton Everybody dreams of being their hometown hero and for one hardworking woman in South Florida that dream came true. Margie Engle makes her home in Wellington after growing up in Miami and riding all her life. She started at the bottom, working around the barn for lessons; but eventually went on
By Jan Westmark-Allan The March issue of Sidelines Magazine – featuring Olympic star Reed Kessler! Photo by Jack Mancini The March issue of Sidelines has hit the stands – or at least the Internet (but will be in your mailboxes soon!) The March issue features Olympic Show Jumper Reed Kessler on the cover and has a great story on Reed by Sidelines writer Dani Moritz. I was just in Wellington and was able to watch Reed show, and she is pretty remarkable – which is why we titled her story “Remarkable Reed.” Wellington photographer Jack Mancini did a great photo shoot of Reed and had a fun time shooting her with her Olympic horse Cylana and her newly adopted pup Carly, who she adopted from Ron and Danny’s Rescue. I ran into Reed’s mom at the show, standing on the side of the ring watching Reed show, while holding cute Carly in her arms.
Bethany Peslar of Everglades Dressage gives a dressage lesson to Sidelines Magazine Editor in Chief Jan Westmark-Allan and staff writer Abby Westmark at her Everglades Dressage Farm in Grand Prix Village, Wellington, Florida.
Lauren Hough and Ohlala Stay Clear for Victory in $33,000 Holiday and Horses Opener Grand Prix presented by Horse Gym USA
Sunday, December 02 2012 by Editor
Lauren Hough and Ohlala For Immediate Release Wellington, FL – November 29, 2012 – The Holiday and Horses CSI 2*-W show continued today with another big class for show jumpers, the $33,000 Holiday and Horses Opener Grand Prix presented by Horse Gym USA. The grand prix is a FEI ROLEX ranking class, and the winning amount of points today went to Lauren Hough and Ohlala. They were the only double clear round to capture victory.