Friday, July 04 2014 by Editor
Spooner Makes It Three in a Row For Immediate Release Lauren Fisher for Jennifer Wood Media, Inc. Calgary, AB, Canada – June 28, 2014 – The ‘Canada One’ Tournament at Spruce Meadows continued on Saturday featuring the $33,500 McDaniel & Associates Cup 1.55m with a win for Ireland’s Darragh Kenny and Alpha VDL. The small margin of six one-thousandths of a second separated Kenny from second place finisher Kirsten Coe (USA) aboard Czardas 30
Downpours can happen unexpectedly, and whether you’re in the show ring, in the middle of a lesson, or out on the trails, you may find yourself unable to keep your tack from getting wet. Did you get caught in the rain
Ponying a horse can be a great tool, whether used as a training method for a younger horse or as a way to exercise two horses at the same time. But ponying a horse can get tricky; you’ll be handling two horses at once from the saddle.
Hey Y’all. SMU Equestrian would like to welcome Carol Gwin to the Hilltop.
If you’re an Arabian fan, there’s only one place to be during June: the Egyptian Event held at Kentucky Horse Park. Now in its 34 th year, the Egyptian Event showcases the Egyptian Arabian. This year’s event was held from Tuesday, June 3 rd through Saturday, June 7 th
Remember this wonderful duo from years past at Rolex? UN has effortlessly contested The Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event five times creating for Jane Sleeper the times of her life and lasting memories Last weekend UN created new and lasting memories for yet another important person in her life, barn manager Ashley Steele, whom she escorted to her wedding to husband Ryan Norris
If you’ve ever been on a runaway horse, you know how frightening that can be. And if you haven’t been on one yet, then we hope you never have that experience! True, out-of-control runaways are highly dangerous, and stopping them can be a challenge.
Thursday, June 19 2014 by Editor
Parker, CO – June 18, 2014 - Hannah Holik and Czech Mate LLC’s Cupido de Laubry were on fire as Summer in the Rockies III kicked off today. They raced through a speedy jump-off round and earned first place in the $2,500 Open Jumper 1.40m.
Last month we featured a blog post on how to handle a rider who’s been in a serious fall. In some cases, it will be plainly evident that a rider is injured – they’re knocked unconscious or they have broken a bone. In other cases, though, the injuries might not be quite so apparent.
Wednesday, June 18 2014 by Editor
June 17, 2014 — Lexington, KY — USA Equestrian Trust has awarded nearly $300,000 in grants to help fund more than a dozen projects by equine non-profits. Since the inception of the Trust’s grants program, the organization has awarded more than $1.8 million in grants. The projects funded as part of the grant application period ending in May were: AMERICAN MORGAN HORSE EDUCATIONAL CHARITABLE TRUST ($44,500) to develop an online home school module that teaches courses through horsemanship and to purchase online testing software, which can also be used in other programs.