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Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center will host Run For The Horses, a 5K race to benefit ex-racehorses at the world-famous Kentucky Horse Park. Read More
The United States Dressage Federation is pleased to announce that Lilian Wittmack Roye and Rocher will be inducted into the Roemer Foundation/USDF Hall of Fame (HOF) at the Salute Gala and Annual Awards Banquet. Read More
The picturesque Hermitage Farm provided the backdrop for Steve Wilson to claim his second consecutive championship title. “I’ve got a new young pair of Dutch Warmbloods that I found in Hungary. One of them is hotter than the other. I really had one of the best dressage tests I’ve ever had,... Read More
Fenney guided MTM Reve Du Paradis, a 2005 Selle Francais gelding (Crown Z x Adelfos) owned by MTM Farm, around the track set by Anthony D'Ambrosio (USA) to capture top honors in the final class of the CSI 5* week at TIEC. Hosting 41 original entries, only ten combinations advanced to contest the... Read More
The United States Dressage Federation announced their year-end national awards on October 21, and Louise Leatherdale received the 2016 Adequan/USDF Dressage Breeder of the Year award. Read More
Gone but not forgotten, the late stallion, Jacs Electric Spark, continues to have offspring that excel in the show pen. Through his offsprings’ continued success during the 2016 All American Quarter Horse Congress, Jacs Electric Spark has become the newest National Reining Horse Association (NRHA... Read More
Trainers are an important part of the horse world but seem to be the first to blame when a student is injured, a horse sale goes badly, or there is an injury to a client's horse in their care, custody, and control. Read More
At the age of 23, tonight's win serves as a major career victory for Philippaerts, who is a life long equestrian and has dedicated many years training and learning into the sport. Philippaerts participated in the Rolex Young Rider Academy, which has helped to develop the rising stars of... Read More
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