Show Jumping Hall of Fame – Juniors Addison Gierkink came a good distance to Devon from Harpswell, Maine but her effort was well rewarded when she took home $5600 and the Blue Ribbon in Class 203, the $20,000 Show Jumping Hall of Fame – Juniors. Riding Candy Tribble and Windsor Show Stables Promised Lane, she was one of only four competitors in the first round of 23 to go double clear and advance to the second round. With a fast, thrifty and balanced second round she bested the next placed horse/rider combination of Luxina and Michael Hughes by over two seconds in the jump off
Braeburn Equestrian Center Hosted “Cocktails in the Country”, A Presentation of the Old Chatham Hunt Club Hounds
Thursday, October 24 2013 by Editor
Braeburn Equestrian Center hosted “Cocktails in the Country” on October 19, 2013 at 5pm. Patricia Jon Salerno, huntsman for the Old Chatham Hunt Club, made a presentation of the hounds, accompanied by Mary Conmee. The enthusiastic crowd enjoyed learning about the hound pack, based in Old Chatham, NY. Since 1930, the Old Chatham Hunt Club has hunted the rolling countryside of Columbia County.
Wednesday, October 23 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL-Oct. 22 2013—-The Polo School At Grand Champions will host the inaugural ProKidz Junior Polo Tournament Saturday at 4 p.m.
Schleese Saddlery, long known as a significant player in the dressage saddle market, and specializing in saddles made specifically for women, has now ventured into the hunter/jumper market with its revolutionary Jeté saddle. The word Jeté comes from the French and in its verb form (jeter) simply means “to jump”. Jeté itself is a noun and means ‘the Jump’ – in ballet the term “Grand Jeté” connotates a classical leap high in the air in full split extension
Tuesday, October 15 2013 by Editor
WESTPORT, CT – October 14, 2013 – Starting today – October 14 through November 12, horse lovers everywhere will have the opportunity to prove that “Horses Have the Loudest ROAR” in the Animal Planet ROAR (Reach Out. Act
Monday, October 07 2013 by Editor
Phnom Penh, Cambodia – “I am going to take a break,” Kevin Staut announced at the end of September, “…and I am staying away from show jumping arenas this fall.” Truth be told, his ‘break’ is only relative to show jumping.
Friday, October 04 2013 by Editor
Buffalo, NY – October 4, 2013 – World renowned George H. Morris will once again travel to the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center (BTRC) for the 2013 George Morris Clinic.
Wednesday, October 02 2013 by Editor
by Sophie St.Clair Last week I travelled to Sacramento to compete in the USHJA Children’s and Adult Amateur West Regional Jumper Championship. The event was held at Murieta Equestrian Center in Rancho Murieta, CA
by Sophie St.Clair As I examine the last year of competition with Sjapoo and contemplate the experience I have in front of me it occurs to me that I am not alone in that process. Over the last year my trainer David Sterckx has been prepping in his own way.
The Blue Ribbon in the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby, the very last class closing out the week at the Devon Horse Show, was won “handily” by Victoria Colvin on Inclusive, owned by Dr. Betsee Parker of Middleburg, Virginia. After receiving the Championship Rosette in the winner’s circle, Tori brought Inclusive to the rail so that he could meet some ardent admirers