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After placing second the previous two nights in the horse show's first two FEI 3* classes, Coyle, riding eighth of 10 in the jump-off, blazed over the Bernardo Cabral-designed course and finished clean in 33.63 seconds on his 11-year-old, Belgian-bred mare to claim the win. "I saw Ilan's run and... Read More
Leslie Burr-Howard, Darien, CT, locked up two consecutive victories at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. "It's great to win!" said Burr-Howard. "I was a little concerned when I walked the course because this show was her first time jumping indoors and the first line was a little tricky. It... Read More
October 20-23, Don't miss out on this amazing event! Be sure to catch HorsesDailys own Mary Phelps and the rest of Team Gangster! Read More
David Will and Cento Du Rouet, a 2007 Oldenburger Springferd gelding (Chintan x Balou du Rouet), owned by Centin Güngor, set out to secure another victory today although Will was not sure of his plan after walking the course. "Cento is always good for a win. He is naturally really fast and... Read More
The Pennsylvania National Horse Show Foundation invited 14 riders to compete at the PNHS in the Inaugural PNHS Foundation Therapeutic Championships. The riders paraded into the ring for two classes of therapeutic riding, the same ring in which many Olympic and world champions compete. These... Read More
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) would like to congratulate Magnum Chic Dream on becoming NRHA’s Newest Four Million Dollar Sire. Reaching his Three Million Dollar Sire status in 2015, Magnum Chic Dream has continued to sire elite offspring. This 1998 stallion is by NRHA Hall of Fame... Read More
Less than a blink of an eye separated the top two in the $40,000 Pennsylvania "Big Jump." "It doesn't get any closer than that, it was very exciting!" said Burr-Howard. "The horse is lovely. He's won a couple of grand prix classes now this year and I have only been riding him for six months. I'm... Read More
Excitement continues to sweep across the country as the final round of United States Dressage Federation (USDF) Regional Championship competitions have concluded and riders are submitting final entries for the US Dressage Finals. Read More
Check Out the beautiful obstacles we will be driving on Saturday. Each one is a work of art. Loving being here near Louisville, even if it is raining right now. Read More
Dave Thind of Aspire Farm in Walpole, MA is pleased to announce the upcoming arrival of Annie Morris as the farm’s new Manager and Assistant Trainer. Read More