John Pearce and Chianto Make it Look Easy to Clinch the Nutrena $30,000 Summer in the Rockies III Grand Prix
Monday, June 24 2013 by Editor
Parker, CO- June 22, 2013 - A crowd of spectators gathered to watch spectacular show jumping at the much-anticipated $30,000 Nutrena Summer in the Rockies III Grand Prix in the Kathy and Brad Coors Family Grand Prix Arena at the Colorado Horse Park on a perfect Colorado Saturday afternoon. In the first round of the event, 19 horse and rider combinations battled it out over international course designer Alan Wade’s track, attempting to progress to the jump-off round.
John Pearce and Chianto Carve Out the Win in the $30,000 Kathy and Brad Coors Family Grand Prix at Colorado Horse Park
Thursday, June 13 2013 by Editor
Amateur Susan Griffis Edges Out Pearce for Second Place Parker, CO – June 11, 2013 - The Kathy and Brad Coors Family Grand Prix Arena was christened on the first week of the Colorado Horse Park’s Summer in the Rockies in a ceremony during the $30,000 Kathy and Brad Coors Family Grand Prix. A field of 12 horse and rider combinations accepted the challenge of Hector Loyola’s technical track, but it was Canadian John Pearce who expertly navigated the jump-off round, besting the rest with long-time partner Chianto, owned by Forest View Farm and Allison Moore .
The summer brings with it wonderful weather for riding, but it also brings the challenge of staying cool in the saddle. Last week we looked at ways to keep your horse cool and comfortable – now let’s take a look at some measures you can take to keep yourself comfortable while riding in the heat.
I wouldn’t say Hansel is a full-on prima donna but he is a well cared for equine.
Exhibitors gathered at the Chantecleer Restaurant to celebrate the Fourth of July at the first exhibitor party of the 2012 Vermont Summer Festival. Photo by David Mullinix Photography East Dorset, Vermont – It’s more than just the outstanding competition that draws exhibitors to the Vermont Summer Festival, running July 4 through 12, 2012 in East Dorset, VT. It’s the focus on fun that has so many competitors returning year after year