Douglas Elliman Saddles Up With Give Back For Special Equestrians As Charity Partner During The Douglas Elliman $384,000 Winter Equestrian Festival…
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Holly Shepherd pilots Sky High to his first Grand Prix win in the $40,777 Kruse Cushion Ride Grand Prix Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: March 6, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi Holly Shepherd of Grand Bay, Alabama and Loretta Patterson’s Sky High galloped away yesterday with their first Grand Prix win in the $40,777 Kruse Cushion Ride Grand Prix, presented by the City of Gulfport today on a course designed by former Assistant Olympic Course Designer for the 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2016 Games, Manuel Esparza, of Mexico City, Mexico. Esparza set the first round time allowed at 83 seconds. “The course was well designed and had a nice flow to it.
Gulf Coast Classic Company President and Sidelines Magazine President, Bob Bell, greets Tom Brennan and Notes from the Underground in the winner’s circle Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography For Immediate Release: February 26, 2017 Gulfport, Mississippi The Hunters were happening Week III of the Gulf Coast Winter Classics ! The action kicked off with the overwhelmingly popular Sidelines Green Hunter 3′ and 3’3″ Divisions, which are offered for only $5, thanks to sponsor Sidelines Magazine! Twenty two horse and rider teams competed in the 3′ Division and eight in the 3’3″ Division. Tom Brennan and Olivia Falkenberry’s Notes from the Underground took the Championship in the 3’3″ Division and Julie Curtin of Woodstock, Georgia and Rebekah Warren’s Cassico were Reserve. Courtney Calcagnini and Lori Mathews’ Sidenote won the Sidelines 3′ Green Hunter Division Week III Photo: Alison Hartwell Photography Courtney Calcagnini and Lori Mathews’ Sidenote were champions in the 3′ Division and Tom Brennan and Riley King’s Refined were awarded Reserve Champion. Trainer Tom Brennan commented, “The division formerly known as Pre-Green, now currently Green, are the most important divisions for horse shows to pay attention to
Better Homes and Garden Real Estate Metro Brokers Sponsors the National Classic Equitation Championship Finals Dinner at the Atlanta Fall Classics…
Wednesday, November 09 2016 by Editor
Better Homes and Garden Real Estate Metro Brokers Sponsors the National Classic Equitation Championship Finals Dinner at the Atlanta Fall Classics Friday Night For Immediate Release: November 9, 2016 [Conyers, Georgia] The Classic Company is proud to announce that Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers is the sponsor of the National Classic Equitation Championships Reception Friday night, November 11th held Week I at the Atlanta Fall Classics under the covered arena at the Georgia International Horse Park. The dinner kicks off in conjunction with the NCEC Finals and will serve delicious kabobs, refreshments and deserts for the qualified riders, trainers and their families
First Eventing Meeting The eventing team had their first meeting. The team got together for dinner at Mi Ranchos and we had a great turn out. We mostly focused our discussions on team challenges and tshirts.
The 2014-2015 year has officially begun! The team is already busy! The day before classes we had an equestrian club get together. This was an informal meeting just to get to know each other. Most of the students who attended were eventers, a few interested in IHSA attended as well.
The USCA eventing team had a great day at the August Full Gallop HT this past Sunday! We had four members riding and some other members came out to support! We of course want to thank Chris Quinn for taking pictures and the trainers who coached some of the riders; Lynn Coates Holmes and Kate Halvorsen. Brendan Quinn and Smoke competed in the large Preliminary division
Do you videotape your riding lessons? There are a number of benefits to taping your lessons, and given how easily you can record with phones and tablets today, it’s really not a difficult thing to do. If you’re not already taping your lessons, here are some reasons you might want to start
I couldn’t count the amount of time I have been asked “You really stay in Aiken during the summer?”. Many of the snow birds have no idea what Aiken is like in the summer and are baffled by the idea of riding in 90 degree weather every day from around May to about October! Despite the many beliefs, there is a lot to do in Aiken during the summer! Yes it may not be as busy and all the Olympians might not be here but summer in Aiken has been something that myself and others have learned to love. So here is a list of what us Aikenites do in the summer! We take a break! In Aiken we can pretty much keep our horses going all year long! However, we all know that’s not fair to our ponies.
Just three years ago an eventing team at USC Aiken was just an idea. I vividly remember attending my first equestrian meeting at USCA with “Eventing?” on the power point and that was it.