Remember this wonderful duo from years past at Rolex? UN has effortlessly contested The Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event five times creating for Jane Sleeper the times of her life and lasting memories Last weekend UN created new and lasting memories for yet another important person in her life, barn manager Ashley Steele, whom she escorted to her wedding to husband Ryan Norris
Last month we featured a blog post on how to handle a rider who’s been in a serious fall. In some cases, it will be plainly evident that a rider is injured – they’re knocked unconscious or they have broken a bone. In other cases, though, the injuries might not be quite so apparent.
Six-Time U.S. Para-Equestrian Champion Rebecca Hart with her mount Schroeters Romani, her groom Alex Philpin, and Margaret Duprey (co-owner of Schroeters Romani) after winning at the World Equestrian Games, selection trials and National Championships in Gladstone NJ, June 4, 2014 Unionville, PA. – June 17, 2014 – Born with a very rare genetic condition called hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP) that keeps her from walking across a room unaided, six-time U.S.
Tuesday, June 17 2014 by Editor
Jacksonville, FL – June 16, 2014 - Last year’s Southeast Medal Finals, launched the Parent Lead Line Class, a fun new class and an opportunity for parents to have their moment in the spotlight in the coliseum at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center.
Top-notch Competition Set to Begin at 2014 U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions presented by The Dutta Corp
Thursday, June 12 2014 by Editor
Gladstone, N.J. – The focus of the dressage world will turn to Gladstone, N.J., this week for the U.S.
Tuesday, May 20 th - The 2014 Atlanta Spring Challenge Horse show came to a close this past Sunday. The event in its 11 th year had its biggest turnout to date. The show again took place at the famed Georgia International Horse Park May 14 th -18 th home of the equestrian portion of the 1996 Olympic Games. JP Godard and his Equus Events team handled the managing duties. Gold sponsors of this year’s event included Fenwick Equestrian, Dietrich and Company Equine Insurance, The Tack Room, Reflections Farm, and DFG Stables. The Tack Room of Camden, SC presented this year’s daily continental breakfast throughout the event. Hospitality has always been a key element at the Atlanta Spring Challenge and this year was no exception. Exhibitors, trainers, and spectators alike were treated to daily ring hospitality, an ice cream party, as well as an exhibitor’s dinner Friday evening sponsored by the 2014 Hospitality Sponsors. This year’s sponsors were; Booth Parker, Black Ankle Farms, The Atlanta Hunt Club, DFG Stables, Finally Farm, Liz Tarumianz, The Meadow Hill Stables, Proof of the Pudding, Reflections Farm, The Tack Room, and The Marketplace. DFG Stables presented this year’s annual Preakness Party on Saturday evening and The Meadow Hill Farm and the Porath Family sponsored a farewell pizza party Sunday afternoon.
Taking a horse to his first horse show can be a stressful and worrisome experience.
Summer’s official start is just a few short weeks away, and with it will come longer days of more intense sunlight. The increased sunlight will mean extra riding hours – a good thing – but too much sun can also be a problem for horses, bringing about bleached coats and even burns. Want to keep your horse safe in the sun this summer?
Today horse owners and riders have more technology at their hands than ever before. That technology is constantly being improved and applied to the horse world in different ways. Have you used technology to improve your riding or horse knowledge?
You’ve decided on the perfect summer riding camp for your child, and the camp has sent you a list of suggested items to pack.