Tuesday, September 27 2016 by Editor
Media Contact: Sara Lowenstein 614.416.7100 email@example.com McLain Ward and Tina La Boheme Claim The New Albany Classic Event reaches $30 million raised for The Center for Family Safety and Healing [New Albany, Ohio] September 25, 2016 – In a highly competitive field that included three Silver Medal-winning members of the United States Show Jumping Olympic team, McLain Ward and Tina La Boheme emerged from the group of 25 riders to claim the Authentic Cup and their share of the $125,000 prize money at the 19 th annual New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day . This marks the fourth win for Ward at The New Albany Classic (including 2004 on Goldika, 2011 on Pjotter Van De Zonnehoeve, 2012 on Pjotter Van De Zonnehoeve). Photo: Curtis Wallis Founded and hosted by Abigail Wexner at her home in New Albany, Ohio, the FEI CSI 2* and USEF 5* rated competition drew over 15,000 attendees and generated more than $1.7 million to support family violence initiatives in central Ohio provided by The Center for Family Safety & Healing . This year’s class was formidable, with 9 riders of the 25 combinations going clear over the Richard Jeffery designed course.
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Tuesday, October 16 2012 by Editor
With a whole host of new horses arriving and those now regarded as old friends saying farewell as they move onto their new adoptive homes, I find myself with no horses ready just yet for adoption although the facility is currently full and waitlisted – most have just arrived and are settling in, relaxing and becoming accustomed to a new way of life away from the track. One of the most important aspects of the transitional period that all horses arriving undergo is an evaluation not only of temperament but also for soundness and future potential as a riding horse.
Friday, July 27 2012 by Editor
Washington, D.C., – July 26, 2012 - The Washington International Horse Show (WIHS), is pleased to announce the 2012 WIHS Prize List, which includes several exciting changes to the show program, is now available online . The country’s leading metropolitan indoor equestrian event, now in its 54 th year, will take place October 23-28, 2012, at Verizon Center in downtown Washington, D.C
Friday, July 27 2012 by Editor
If Something Doesn’t Fit, Just Return It – and Let SmartPak Pay the Shipping! PLYMOUTH, MA—July 26, 2012—SmartPak has taken the worry out of online shopping by introducing free shipping on all returns of tack and apparel. Now you can order any sized item from SmartPak online; if it doesn’t fit, just return it and SmartPak will pay the shipping! The only equestrian retailer to offer free shipping, SmartPak has broken new ground once again in making online shopping smarter, easier and totally risk-free.
Monday, July 16 2012 by Editor
Parker, CO– The Colorado Horse Park (CHP) and the Step By Step Foundation are working together to help support the victims of the Waldo Canyon fire. As an alliance they are assembling a Wildfire Relief Fundraising Auction, and all proceeds will go directly to Colorado Springs Together, which serves as the primary community organization to restore the lives and structures affected by the Waldo Canyon Fire. The benefit auction will take place at CHP (7522 S
Wednesday, June 29 2011 by Editor
Hampton Falls, New Hampshire –Here’s a special offer for New England horse lovers only. Sidelines and The Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic have teamed up to offer new subscribers from New England two complimentary General Admission Tickets** to the $75,000 Fidelity Investments Grand Prix, featuring Olympic show jumping, on Sunday, September 18 th . This is a very special opportunity to watch the top international riders from the U.S. compete over a challenging Grand Prix jump course at the spectacular show grounds of Silver Oak Equestrian Center in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire. Sidelines magazine follows the show circuits across the country and is the sponsor of dozens of major horse shows and events in the U.S. & Canada. Regular departments and features in Sidelines include: Gossip from the show grounds and polo fields, rider/trainer/player profiles and interviews, horse show/event briefs, and in-depth articles. Subscribe now at: www.sidelinesnews.com to be on top of the latest news in the equestrian world of show jumping and get to view the only International horse show in New England! To receive your complimentary tickets the the 2011 Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic just add the code 2Tickets in the promo box at the check out, it is that simple! For more information about the Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic in September please visit www.jumperclassic.com or email email@example.com **Tickets: Value $50 Subscription must be purchased by August 26, 2011 through www.sidelinesnews.com About Fidelity Investments Fidelity Investments is one of the world’s largest providers of financial services, with assets under administration of more than $3.7 trillion, including managed assets of nearly $1.6 trillion, as of May 31, 2011.
Tuesday, June 28 2011 by Editor
Lexington, KY - The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) will be represented in four disciplines at CHIO Aachen, which runs July 8-17, 2011 in Aachen, Germany. Please click on any athlete or team name for more information about them. The following horse/rider combinations have been named in ranked order to represent the U.S. in Dressage : Steffen Peters (San Diego, CA) will ride Four Winds Farm and Akiko Yamazaki’s Ravel Ravel is a 13-year-old KWPN gelding Jan Ebeling (Moorpark, CA) will ride Ann Romney and Amy Roberts Ebeling Rafalca Rafalca is a 14-year-old Oldenburg mare Guenter Seidel (Cardiff, CA) will ride Dick and Jane Brown’s UII UII is a 10-year-old Dutch Warmblood Todd Fettrich (Royal Palm Beach, FL) will ride Cherry Knoll Farm’s Otto Otto is a 15-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding Catherine Haddad-Staller (Vectha, Germany) and Winyamaro have been named as the first ranked substitute
Wednesday, June 15 2011 by Editor
$25,000 Equestrian Sport Productions Grand Prix winners, Vick Russell aboard Lucky One are presented with the blue ribbon at the 83rd Tryon Riding & Hunt Club Charity Horse Show. On hand for the presentation were Mark, Katherine and Nicole Bellissimo with ESP; Roger and Jennifer Smith, Vice President TR&HC and horse show chairwoman; Chuck Lingerfelt, TR&HC President; Lucky One owners, Lily Hahn and Ben Rosichan; trophy donor, Linda Lee Reynolds; and members of the Russell family The 83 rd Tryon Riding & Hunt Club Charity Horse Show held the $25,000 Equestrian Sport Productions Grand Prix on Saturday June 11 th . Course designer Doug Russell presented a technical course that whittled down the field of 25 to only 2 riders, each with 2 rides in the jumpoff. A familiar sight for shows in the Southeast, it was Tryon’s own Vick Russell and Aiken’s Daniel Geitner left to duel it out for the win. Vick made it through the first round clear with Lily Hahn’s Lucky One and his own Here’s the Deal. Daniel brought Fit to Print Farm’s Camera Ready and Karen Kerby’s T/Salemon to the second round. Vick laid down the only clear round with Lucky One, who both he and owner Lily Hahn have had great success with in the Grand Prix