By Lindsay McCall Donna Ponessa from New Windsor, New York catapulted onto the international para-equestrian scene in 2011. Her determination led to her earning a spot on the 2012 USA Paralympic Equestrian Team in London alongside Jonathan Wentz, Rebecca Hart and Dale Dedrick. “There are not enough adjectives to describe what an amazing
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THE DUE PROCESS AND DOUBLE STANDARD OF DRUG RULING POSITIVE DRUG TEST, TRAINER SUSPENDED Due to the suspension of Bruce Burr, trainer of Urico, two months after completing the Olympic Trials and two weeks after winning one of the Olympic Observation classes in Kentucky, Mario Deslauriers and Urico were removed from Olympic consideration… Download the newsletter and read the full article GETTING SENSIBLE ABOUT HYPERSENSITIVITY To protect the welfare of the horse, advocate clean sport and emphasize fair play, has the FEI, the world governing body of equestrian sport, gone awry? A drug test, albeit also a sensitive subject, has a negative or positive test result
Monday, July 30 2012 by Editor
2012 LONDON PARALYMPIC MEDIA COVERAGE FOR THE UNITED STATES PARA-EQUESTRIAN TEAM By: Lindsay Yosay McCall With the Olympic Equestrian competition in full-swing, it is now time to introduce our Para-Equestrian coverage correspondents. The United States will receive direct media coverage from two very talented women heading to the Paralympics this summer. Para-Equestrian Ellie Brimmer of Wayzata, MN and Equestrian Photojournalist Lindsay McCall of Canfield, OH will be on the grounds at Greenwich Park providing media coverage of the 2012 London Paralympics.