34th annual “Jump for the Children’ hosts two weeks of show jumping competition and raises funds for therapy dog research
Tuesday, August 29 2017 by Editor
2016 GP winner- Brooke Kemper riding Classified, courtesy of Anne Gittins photography The 34th annual ‘Jump for the Children’ Horse Show, benefiting Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center, is thrilled to be hosting TWO WEEKS of Premier rated hunters and international level show jumping at the Gov.
Tuesday, February 28 2017 by Editor
Matt Cyphert pilots Hector to the winner’s circle in the $25,000 CWD Grand Prix Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: February 27, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi Matt Cyphert of Northlake, Texas and Hannah Donald’s Hector won yesterday’s $25,000 CWD Grand Prix over a course designed by world-renowned course designer Leopoldo Palacios. “I think it’s really interesting how the course designers have such different styles. Last week we had Michel Vaillancourt and he is just brilliant and this week to have Leopoldo [Palacios]! Both are amazing and have such unique styles
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Kelly Conner — Rescuing Horses and Saving Lives By Taylor Renner Despite the abundance of diversity throughout the equestrian community, we all share a common bond — a passion for horses. No matter how we choose to express this passion or how different we may seem to one another, we’re all connected through the love
Boyd Martin’s newest mount made a debut, of sorts, yesterday in the Open Intermediate Division at Pine Top Farm in Thomson, Georgia. After watching the video that had been posted at Boyd Martin’s website in December I was most interested to see Shamwari 4 in person. He may come in a Plain Brown Wrapper but that label is anything but descriptive of what you will see. The horse has that “It Factor”, charisma. You WILL remember this horse when he goes by. Already spectators are calling him by the most obvious nickname, you guessed it: ShamWOW!
Tuesday, January 14 2014 by Editor
New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program announced their new partnership with Gallop On whose mission is to provide equestrian and educational opportunities to underprivileged young riders while providing rehabilitation, retraining and a safe environment for retired and non-competitive Thoroughbred racehorses.
5 year old, 15.3hh Thoroughbred mare “Stich’s PublicPick” is available for adoption from New Vocations’ Lexington, Kentucky Facility. Adoption Fee $500. Stitch is a flashy, curious, and affectionate mare who tries very hard to please under saddle
Jan Byyny and Inmidair Take the Lead after Cross Country in the CCI*** at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International – Sharon White and Under…
Sunday, October 20 2013 by Editor
Fair Hill, MD – October 19, 2013 – Jan Byyny and Inmidair, owned by Jan, Richard, and Jo Byyny, had a banner day in the exciting cross country phase of the 25th Dutta Corp.
EXCITING ENTERTAINMENT AND NEW COMPETITIVE EVENTS HIGHLIGHT THE 91st ROYAL HORSE SHOW, NOVEMBER 1-10, 2013
Friday, October 18 2013 by Editor
This world-class show provides top sport and family entertainment for all. October 17, 2013 TORONTO, ON – The excitement and time-honoured tradition of the CSI4*-W Royal Horse Show returns to the Ricoh Coliseum as part of the 91st Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, November 1-10, 2013. Over 850 horses of all shapes and sizes are guaranteed to thrill and astound with their grace, power, beauty and athleticism
Tuesday, October 15 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL-Oct. 13, 2013—-Casablanca won its first tournament of the fall season with a thrilling 10-7 victory over ELG Sunday in the championship final of the USPA Kay Colee Memorial Tournament presented by The Tackeria at Grand Champions Polo Club.