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In another brilliant effort, Conor Swail (IRL) concluded his season with back-to-back wins at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) as he rode Cita to victory in the $34,000 1.45m Consolation Classic on the final day of the Holiday & Horses CSI 4* competition. Competition at... Read More
For Boyd Exell the choice to compete in Madrid or in Stockholm (SWE), which also hosted an FEI World Cup™ Driving leg today, was easy. “I could choose between sun and snow,” Exell said with a smile, “and I chose the sun! I also chose Madrid because of the good relationship I have with four-in... Read More
The 2015 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity held its fourth day of competition on Sunday including the first go, fourth section of more than $500,000 added Open Futurity, plus ancillary classes for Novice Horse Non Pro riders. The excitement climaxes at the 50th running of the... Read More
Legends are born in Geneva! At the third and last Major Show of the year, the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping returns to the location, where the most extraordinary triumph in sporting history all started exactly twelve months ago. Brash is here again now to continue writing history: He wants to... Read More
Do you have adequate limits of liability? If you rent your facility, does your lease require you to name the property owner as an additional insured on your policy? Do you have proper waivers, a solid boarding agreement? Do you allow trainers to teach from your facility? These questions and many... Read More
These days, our horses are more a part of the family than ever. We give them special treats, we celebrate their birthdays, and we spend endless hours trying to make them comfortable. Pink polo wraps may be cute, and browbands with bling may be the “in” thing, but wouldn't you rather put that... Read More
Switzerland’s Simone Jäiser and Germany’s Daniel Kaiser got their FEI World Cup™ Vaulting 2015/2016 campaigns off to the perfect start when coming out on top at the opening round of the five-leg series in Madrid, Spain tonight. All but one of the athletes starting at this first event competed on... Read More
The 24-year-old rider, who qualified at the Southwest Affiliate Regional Championship, was thrilled with his win. “This has been a great show so far, it started really well, and ‘Wrangler’ has been wonderful for me,” said Reed following the rich awards presentation. “On top of qualifying for the... Read More
Second day of the competition went well for Todd A. Bergen, who rode the sorrel gelding Redd Snapper (Master Snapper x A Ruf Mistress x Lil Ruf Peppy) for owner Tony Grover to a score of 222. Following the lead was Shawn Flarida with palomino stallion ARC Trashin Yer Chic (Gunnatrashya x Wimpys... Read More
She completed 10 Century Rides in Maryland. It was quite an undertaking. In addition to her own mare, Moonshine, Suzy found 9 more eligible horses through clients and friends. These owners were so excited about having their horses participate in the Century Ride and the horses were simply amazing... Read More