Top-tier training, facilities, and fun to highlight June 2017 residential camp for girls (MIDDLEBURG, VA) — Foxcroft School, whose outstanding riding program is known across the U.S. , will hold a week-long residential equestrian camp for girls June 25-30, 2017, it was announced recently.
EQUESTRIAN AID SOCIETY’S “ALTHEA” Once-in-a-Lifetime Non-Profit Gala Benefits Equestrians in Need Across the Country
Thursday, December 22 2016 by Editor
Receive a FREE Key Fob of your choice with any purchase Between Nov 23-28 PHS SADDLERY IS CELEBRATING! Black Friday, Small Business Saturday & Cyber Monday Receive a FREE Key Fob of your choice with any purchase Between Nov. 23-28 Code: BUY US MADE Copper Pony Ladies Spotted Belt Add a Copper color and dimension to your wardrobe. This 1 1/2″ wide Chocolate Brown 8-10 oz Premium American leather is hand rubbed for a luxurious feel and set off with 3 rows of deeply etched antiqued copper spots.
Friday, November 18 2016 by Editor
Pensacola Winter Circuit Prize List enclosed! Pensacola 2017 Enclosed is the 2017 Pensacola Winter Circuit Prize list. We are not printing prize lists anymore so we hope you will share this email with all of your barn so that everyone will have a copy. We also encourage you to do online entries at horseshowsonline.com
UNICORN CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION “DRAGS OUT ACCEPTANCE” of NEURODIVERSITY WITH “AN EVENING AT THE BIRDCAGE” AT LIPS FORT LAUDERDALE
Monday, October 31 2016 by Editor
Max Tucci and guest at the Unicorn Children’s Foundation “Buddha Ball” Mar-a-Lago Club, The Trump estate in Palm Beach on March 16, 2013. (MagicalPhotos.com/Mitchell Zachs) UNICORN CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION “DRAGS OUT ACCEPTANCE” of NEURODIVERSITY WITH “AN EVENING AT THE BIRDCAGE” AT LIPS FORT LAUDERDALE Fort Lauderdale FL – October 27, 2016 – Unicorn Children’s Foundation is excited to announce its first ever cabaret-themed role reversal drag show, which will be held on Sunday, November 20 th from 7:00-9:00pm at LIPS Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Proceeds from “An Evening at the Birdcage” will help expand opportunities for neuro-diverse youth with special needs like Autism, Dyslexia and other learning disorders.
Equine veterinarians agree: Healthy topline can help reduce injury and contribute to overall well-being
Monday, October 03 2016 by Editor
Date: Oct. 3, 2016 Contact: Tiffany Towne, Cargill, 509-771-1439, Tiffany_Towne@cargill.com Cathy Leaf, PadillaCRT, 612-455-1719, Cathy.Leaf@padillacrt.com Equine veterinarians agree: Healthy topline can help reduce injury and contribute to overall well-being MINNEAPOLIS — Horse owners who want their horses to be as healthy as possible should focus on developing their topline. That conclusion is based on a survey of American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), which showed that seven out of 10 equine veterinarians consider adequate muscling surrounding/supporting the horse’s spine (topline) is key to equine well-being
USEF/USPEA Center of Excellence, Carlisle Academy, Receives Federal Grant to Coach Disabled Veterans in Para-Equestrian Sports
Wednesday, September 21 2016 by Editor
September 21, 2016 USEF/USPEA Center of Excellence, Carlisle Academy, Receives Federal Grant to Coach Disabled Veterans in Para-Equestrian Sports From the USEF Communications Department Lexington, Ky. – Carlisle Academy, New England’s premier integrative riding school, has received a federal grant of $52,100 from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Adaptive Sports Program.
Thursday, August 25 2016 by Editor
Leading Non-Profit reflects on serving equestrians from all corners of the horse world Wellington, FL.
EQUESTRIAN AID FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES ITS 20th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: Non-Profit that Provides Assistance to Equestrians across the Country…
Friday, August 12 2016 by Editor
When the best riders in the world meet an award-winning Chef, live music performances and art installations, you get the Longines Masters, the only event that takes horse jumping higher and brings a new mindset in equestrian glamour! LOS ANGELES (August 10, 2016) – The Longines Masters of Los Angeles, Paris and Hong Kong will start the amazing journey spanning three continents with the American leg taking place September 29 to October 2 at the Long Beach Convention Center, the first major equestrian competition following the current international competition. The Longines Masters of Los Angeles will bring together the best riders in the world for four days of competition and a unique cultural experience. The event will offer guests a custom-designed menu by 2 Michelin star Belgian Chef Yves Mattagne, a live musical performance by world-renowned singer JAIN, art installations from the Long Beach Museum of Art, high-end shopping in the Prestige Village, a star-studded opening Gala, and a Kids Corner with educational experiences and family-friendly activities.