By Jan Westmark It’s been said if you need to get things done, then Sally Ike is the person to ask. Sally, who started working for the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation in 1989, said her philosophy has always been, “If there’s a problem, let’s investigate and fix it if possible.” For her lifelong dedication to the equestrian
Bruce Springsteen entertaining guests at the USET’s Take Me To Tokyo gala. The United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation publicly launched its $40 million “Raising the Bar” campaign on Friday, January 17, at the organization’s “Take Me To Tokyo” gala at the Jacobs family’s Deeridge Farm in Wellington, Florida. With more than 500 guests in
Friday, August 29 2014 by Editor
By Darlene Ricker Imagine walking into a five-star hotel, opening the door to a lavish suite and being greeted by a horse (yes, a real one) munching hay amidst a throng of partygoers. Or discovering that the white-bearded guy in the red suit jollying up migrant farm workers at their Christmas party is a wealthy
George Morris Summarizes Four Days of Work on the Flat and Over Fences to Prepare Riders For Final Day of 2014 Gladstone Program
Monday, June 09 2014 by Editor
Gladstone, NJ – May 24, 2014 – The fifth day of the George H. Morris Gladstone Program saw an abundance of auditors line the stands at the USET Foundation Headquarters at Hamilton Farm for the Saturday mounted sessions. The sessions this morning reviewed the previous four days of instruction, summarizing position, release over fences and exercises using classical dressage.
Catching up: Congratulations to Hap Hansen, grand prix rider and West Coast legend who rode to his 99th grand prix win on Sunday, February 12th, in the $30,000 SmartPak Grand Prix at HITS Thermal! Robbie Hunt joined the staff at Stransky’s Mission Farm as trainer, adding his hunter know how to their winning jumper team.