Pony power has always been Kat Fuqua's forte, and 2018 marks a milestone in her show career as she elevates to Junior Hunter success in addition to multiple pony and hunter titles Read More
The organizers of the National Dressage Pony Cup Championship Show regret to announce the cancellation of the 2018 event, which was originally scheduled for July at the Kentucky Horse Park. Read More
Newly minted as a Para Dressage rider, Meghan Benge is no novice when it comes to competition. She represented the U.S. at two FEI Para Driving World Championships, collecting a Team Bronze in 2002, and earning Team Silver and Individual Gold in 2008, in Greven, Germany. Read More
Popeye finished fourth overall at his 30-Day test in Germany with an 8.3 overall. His walk and character were highlights, each receiving scores of 9 or higher. In his first year in the US, Popeye was the Reserve Champion of the USDF East Coast Stallion Final at Dressage at Devon. Read More
The United States Hunter Jumper Association is pleased to announce USHJA Zone Teams competing in the 2017 USEF Pony Jumper Championships during USEF Pony Finals. Read More
By the time Matthew Miller’s elegant black Weser-Ems filly Ryann got done with her weekend at the National Dressage Pony Cup, it was hard to find the actual pony under the mountain of ribbons presented to her during awards ceremonies. Read More
“Her dream was to do a victory lap, and you just made that dream come true.” This heartfelt statement was one of many joyous exclamations overheard on the final day of Pony Cup competition. Read More
Last year’s First and Second Level Open champions Lauren Chumley and Melissa Dowling’s Germany Riding Pony gelding Nikolas came back to the Pony Cup where the accomplished pair went two-for-two yet again, earning the tricolor honors in both the Third Level Open division and the Fourth Level Open... Read More
In the Training Level Amateur division at the National Dressage Pony Cup, 20 exhibitors representing 13 different states vied for top honors. Read More
Three 12-hour days spent hauling her pony across the country in 100+ degree heat wasn’t going to stop Lasher from getting to the Kentucky Horse Park, and her efforts ultimately proved worthwhile. Read More

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