Monday, November 21 2016 by Editor
DOUBLE HEADER DERBY FRIDAY WEEK II AT THE ATLANTA FALL CLASSICS! Julie Curtin pilots Whitney over a jump on their way to the win in yesterday’s $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by Legend For Immediate Release: November 19, 2016 [Conyers, Georgia] It was a double header Derby Day yesterday, Week II of the Atlanta Fall Classics held at the Georgia International Horse Park. The morning started out with the $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by Legend and Wesley Wilson’s Whitney , ridden by Julie Curtin of Woodstock, Georgia, galloped away with the blue besting thirteen horse and rider teams to win the class with a combined score of 182. Curtin and Whitney led the class after posting the highest round score of 90 and maintained their lead in the Handy round after earning a second round score of 92.
Saturday, September 17 2016 by Editor
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Monday, August 29 2016 by Editor
Media Inquiries: Angie Francalancia The Connection Public Relations 561-837-3251 office 561-324-2412 cell email@example.com Every rider remembers his or her first pony, and every competitor can recall their first big win in the competition ring. For many young competitors throughout the southeast, that memory will be made at the Southeast Medal Finals Sept. 16-18 at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center
Game, Set and Match to Center Court and John French in the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby. Presented by Dr. Daryl K. Hoffman
Friday, August 12 2016 by Editor
John French & Center Court lead the victory gallop in the $25,000 Hunter Derby Photo:Alden Corrigan Media ATHERTON, CA – August 12, 2016 One of the highlights of the Menlo Charity Horse Show is the USHJA International Hunter Derby Presented by Dr. Daryl K
Blue Sky and Blue Ribbons for Mother and Daughter Team Hope and Avery Glynn on the First Day of the Menlo Charity Horse Show
Thursday, August 11 2016 by Editor
Avery and Hope Glynn ATHERTON, CA – August 10, 2016 Blue Sky and Blue Ribbons for Mother and Daughter Team Hope and Avery Glynn on the First Day of the Menlo Charity Horse Show Hope Glynn is delighted to be back at the Menlo Charity Horse Show (MCHS). Although it has been several years since her last attendance, this has not been through choice, but due to the difficulties in scheduling the growing annual show circuit calendar; not only for themselves but also for the clients and horses in their program. The logistics getting to the USHJA International Hunter Derby Fails and Pre Green Incentive Championship in Kentucky have resulted in missing out on this historic event and the only opportunity in Northern California to show on the grass.
Menlo Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce a new addition to our management team. Phil J. DeVita Jr. will be joining MCHS in the newly created…
Thursday, June 16 2016 by Editor
Phil J DeVita Jr ©jackpotequine.com ATHERTON, CA – June 15, 2016 Menlo Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce a new addition to our management team. Phil J.
Inspired by the 2016 Summer Olympics the 46th Menlo Charity Horse Show invites attendees on a fantastic journey to the vivacious Rio de Janeiro
Thursday, June 02 2016 by Editor
©Alden Corrigan Media ATHERTON, CA – June 1, 2016 Inspired by the 2016 Summer Olympics the 46th Menlo Charity Horse Show invites attendees on a fantastic journey to the vivacious Rio de Janeiro. The charm of the Menlo Circus Club and the sensational energy and color of Brazil are blended to bring the “Road to Rio” alive in show rings August 9th-14th from 8:30 a.m
Jacqueline Brooks Debuts New Freestyle for D Niro and Wins People’s Choice Award from Ann Cook Properties
Tuesday, January 26 2016 by Editor
Ann-Louise Cook presents Jacqueline Brooks with the People’s Choice Award at the first competition of the 2016 Adequan Global Dressage Festival. (PHOTO CREDIT: Cora Causemann ) Canada’s Jacqueline (“Jacquie”) Brooks is known for her positive attitude at dressage shows across the globe. She is a top competitor with laser focus in the arena, but regardless of the outcome, Brooks can always be seen with a smile on her face – rain or shine.
Friday, December 11 2015 by Editor
The Dressage Foundation’s Renee Isler Dressage Support Fund has awarded a $500 grant to youth rider Amanda Perkowski of Cream Ridge, NJ. Amanda will be using the grant to spend next summer training her seven-year-old Oldenburg gelding, Allegro, with Grand Prix rider Luis Denizard