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No matter what the breed or discipline, pre-purchase exams include several basic initial steps. First, an overall health evaluation of the horse is completed, including previous health history, general condition, and conformation, as well as specific examination of the body systems including eyes... Read More
"Our partnership with the FEI and role in the 2016 Nations Cup™ Eventing series is a wonderful opportunity to enhance the Great Meadow Foundation's efforts in supporting and promoting the sport of Eventing at home and abroad," said Robert. L Banner Jr., President of the Great Meadow Foundation. ... Read More
he inaugural 3’3” equitation class is open to all USEF and Equine Canada licensed junior competitors and is intended to showcase a unique level of competitor to top coaches and colleges for equestrian scholarship consideration. Both finals hosted by HITS will include a video recording of the... Read More
"The only doubt for me was from (jumps) one to two because there was a possibility to do six strides, but when I do that sometimes she gets too flat for the end. I decided to do seven and do my best for the rest. It was a good thing to do because even when you wait in one line, she can be quicker... Read More
Bestselling author and former First Lady of Massachusetts, Ann Romney, opens up for the first time detailing her battle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), her faith, and finding joy. Within "IN THIS TOGETHER: My Story," Romney discusses her diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis in the mid-1990s and how... Read More
Peters and the impressive 2007 Rhinelander mare maintained their consistency with their performance at AGDF, as they have only competed on the West Coast so far this season. "She felt great today," said Peters. "She came into this show with some huge results from shows in California. There's... Read More
Thirty talented riders descended upon HITS Desert Horse Park’s Grand Prix Stadium to test the 16-jumping effort course set by Portugal course designer Bernardo Cabral, which included tight, rollback turns, challenging bending lines and combinations that tested the navigational skill of both horse... Read More
The National Dressage Pony Cup receives no financial support from the USDF or USEF, and is entirely privately funded. In 2015 Pony Cup Partner Shows, and Series gave ponies in 22 states, and in every USDF region opportunities to compete against other ponies in rated competitions. Membership in... Read More
American Equestrians Got Talent has its fifth audition of the season on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the White Horse Fashion Cuisine and it is open to the public! Plan to arrive around 6:30 p.m. to ensure efficient food service before the show begins. Read More
Germany’s Kristina Bröring-Sprehe (GER) and Desperados FRH, team silver medalists at the London 2012 Olympic Games, have taken over the world Dressage number one slot, relegating British duo Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro. Bröring-Sprehe (29) and the 15-year-old Hannoverian stallion Desperados... Read More

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