After traveling to Gladstone on Thursday to catch part of the 2017 Dutta Corp. U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions, Dr. Parra and the team at Performance Farms took their show on the road to deliver outstanding performances. Read More
The $5,000 Johnson Horse Transport Open Welcome Class on Wednesday, May 17 at Showplace Spring Classic II was won by sixteen-year-old Annabella Sanchez of Glencoe, Illinois, who rode her mare Zersina to victory over a field of seasoned competitors. Read More
Lisa Goldman and Barbara Disko’s Sovereign wrote another chapter in the history of Balmoral Park as she declared victory in the $35,000 HITS Chicago Grand Prix, the first grand prix of many to be held at the newly renovated horse show venue in Crete, Illinois Read More
Spectators filed into the grandstand at HITS Post Time Farm to witness a world-class line-up of national and international riders battle for the blue in the fourth-annual Great American $1 Million Grand Prix. Read More
Dynamite equestrian Mandy Porter, of Encinitas, California, rose to the occasion against a top-notch field of fifty-four riders, in the most popular $1 Million Grand Prix class to date! The sun set over the mountain ridge on HITS Desert Horse Park as a West Coast victor walked away with her well... Read More
The sun shined down on a beautiful day for show jumping during the final class of Week VI at HITS Desert Horse Park. Thirty eight competitors filled the order of go in Sunday’s $75,000 Horseware Ireland Grand Prix, but only one could take home the winning title. Read More
The grand finale of another FEI week at HITS Post Time Farm ensued on Sunday beneath a beautiful, sunny sky. Forty-three competitors turned out for a shot at the top title, including seasoned Grand Prix vets and a new blend of young, talented equestrians. Read More
Fifty-one challengers tested the course designed by Manuel Esparza of Mexico, and nineteen would advance with first-round clears to contest the abbreviated course in the jump-off. Harold Chopping of Southern Pines, North Carolina, grabbed the win in the $25,000 FEI SmartPak Grand Prix. Read More
With a little luck, and a lot of skill, O’Connor returned as the final contender in the three-horse jump-off to once again take the victory under pressure. Read More
The rider to beat would be hometown hero, Aaron Vale riding Quality on Top. The crowd gasped as they zoomed toward the finish, the lead imminent by their quick speed. They passed the timers in 38.43, a time no other could catch. Read More

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