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The Exmoor pony, rooted in history possibly dating back to as early as 400 BC, still roams freely in the British Isles today. But the breed’s numbers are critically low – less than 300 breeding mares are in existence – putting it at risk for extinction
As you continue to prepare for show season, chances are that you’re focusing on not only getting your horse back into shape, but in also bringing your own riding position back into top form.
Friday, December 07 2012 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan My Success Equestrian pad – it never, ever slips!! I love a good success story!! And I especially love when that success happens to me! As the editor of Sidelines Magazine, I am often asked to “test” products. I, of course, don’t mind at all! When I heard that Success Equestrian Saddle Pads (www.successequestrian.com) was going to send me a saddle pad that doesn’t slip, my first reaction was “Great, because I already have plenty of saddle pads that do slip.” As the keeper of the Sidelines equine mascot (Spirit, my trusty steed) – we have an assortment of slippery pads. I was glad someone was going to send me a non-slip pad.
Thursday, October 11 2012 by Editor
Kerrits’ Storm Shelter Barn Jacket Bingen, WA—It can be challenging to ride when the season changes and temps drop.
Monday, September 10 2012 by Editor
“Having them in ReactorPanels is a great thing,” said Bethany Wood with her two sensitive mares, Wicktory and Faline.
National Show Hunter Hall of Fame Names Jennifer Alfano Rider of the Year and Jersey Boy Horse of the Year
Friday, June 01 2012 by Editor
The team for Horse of the Year Jersey Boy, includes Susie Schoellkopf; Jennifer Alfano, Rider of the Year, and Jess Litfin, who takes care of the equine star. Photo By: Nancy Jaffer Buffalo, NY – May 31, 2012 - The National Show Hunter Hall of Fame awarded numerous honors last night at their annual dinner held at the Merion Cricket Club in Haverford, PA, but it was SBS Farms, Inc. who truly shined. Jennifer Alfano was named Hunter Rider of the Year, and her top mount Jersey Boy was named High Performance Horse of the Year and Hunter Horse of the Year. The NSHHF continues to foster the appreciation of the sport through the establishment and maintenance of esteemed awards. The winners of the yearly and overall awards are carefully selected by the vote of trainers who have had champions in the divisions at the shows that have been nominated for the Hall of Fame Horse Show of the Year award