Tuesday, May 07 2013 by Editor
Are you looking for an affordable saddle that is correctly proportioned, easily conforms to almost any horse and provides the horse complete freedom of movement? WA, USA – May 5, 2008 – SoftTree Saddles USA, US Distributor of Enlightened Equitation’s line of Luxurious Soft-Tree Saddles, seat savers, pads and accessories, designed by English Classical Equitation expert, Heather Moffett, announces the introduction of a brand new line of budget priced saddles for 2013, the FlexEE, Flexible Leather Tree Saddle. Designed to effortlessly place the rider in the correct position, the FlexEE is an ideal affordable and flexible option for beginners and professionals alike! By recreating a historical leather tree design, Heather has built a traditional saddle that conforms to almost any horse using one basic tree shape.
Friday, April 05 2013 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan Polo is a great sport to watch! There’s lots of polo in Wellington, Florida, and Wellington is also home to the National Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame. If you are in Wellington and have a chance to visit the National Museum of Polo, you won’t be disappointed!! Here’s the latest news from the National Museum of Polo – which recently held a reception for the Women’s Championship Tournament: Amy and Allie Azzaro Reception Kicks-Off Women’s Championship Tournament at National Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame The Women’s Championship Tournament (WCT) Teams, family and friends came together for a high-energy reception at the Lake Worth-based National Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame to celebrate the of the annual tournament which kicks off on April 4 at Marc and Melissa Ganzi’s Grand Champions Polo Club in Wellington. Legendary polo player and founder of WCT, Sunny Hale led the program
By Lauren R. Giannini John Walsh is best known for hosting the super-popular crime show, America’s Most Wanted, which brought 39 criminals to justice after it moved from Fox to Lifetime in December 2011 – helping to round up more than 1,100 felons since its debut in 1988. A new project has the dedicated
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By Rebecca Walton Everybody dreams of being their hometown hero and for one hardworking woman in South Florida that dream came true. Margie Engle makes her home in Wellington after growing up in Miami and riding all her life. She started at the bottom, working around the barn for lessons; but eventually went on
By Dani Mortiz, Sidelines Staff Writer Reed Kessler was sitting in a golf cart watching fellow competitors when she got the phone call that would change her life. The caller? George Morris. Right then she knew she had made the team. She would represent her country in the London Olympics. Tears streamed from Reed’s eyes as
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The Bottom Line: By Jan Westmark-Allan I love the saying, “Horse people love dogs! Dogs love horse people!” Horses and dogs do go hand-in-hand, which is why Sidelines is a big supporter of both horse and dog rescues. I have always thought that if I worked at a dog rescue, I would probably end
David Marcus and Chrevi’s Capital Victorious Again at Wellington Dressage CDI-W presented by The Dutta Corp.
Saturday, February 02 2013 by Editor
Wellington, FL – February 1, 2013 - The 2013 Adequan Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) continued today at The Stadium for the Wellington Dressage CDI-W presented by The Dutta Corp.
By Jan Westmark-Allan We watched the Florida sunrise – now we are looking for horses! The sunrise on Ormand Beach, Florida this morning I am headed to Wellington and the Winter Equestrian Festival today – and will kick off my week by attending the “Who Rein’s Supreme?” event supporting the Equestrian Aid Foundation which is tonight at the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center. Sidelines Magazine is the media sponsor for the event – and it will be fun a great evening!! The event is sold out, which is great news for the Equestrian Aid Foundation! I can’t wait to see all the reiners
Thursday, January 31 2013 by Editor
Vincent Guilloteau, Tuny Page and Frederique Guilloteau The World Dressage Masters Show may be over – but here is proof that it was fun, at least the party was. Guest blogger Carrie Wirth steps in today to tell us about the party and share some great photos!! Looks like a great time was had by all!! By Carrie Wirth The world’s most accomplished dressage elite, supporters and guests converged upon the International Polo Club Palm Beach for a competitors party to kick off the World Dressage Masters CDI5* Palm Beach (WDM)
Tuesday, January 29 2013 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan Polo is in full swing all around the country – from snow polo in the west to hot and sunny polo in the south. I am headed to Wellington in a few days and will be enjoying some polo thanks to a Polo In Paradise package through the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach , the official hotel partner of the International Polo Club Palm Beach