Kenneth William Henryson, 74, of South Elgin passed away at his home on September 6th, 2017 after a courageous battle with leukemia. He was born in Elgin to George William and Virginia Mary (nee Gregor) Henryson on January 26th, 1943. Read More
From the 15 countries contesting the fifth annual FEI Nations’ Cup Final, only Canada produced a perfect score of zero over the track set by course designer Santiago Varela of Spain. The top eight countries following Thursday’s opening round move forward to Saturday night’s €1,250,000 Final. Read More
When your country has never competed at the Final of the toughest team showjumping series in the world, then being drawn first to go on the opening day is definitely not ideal. But Chef d’Equipe Helena Stormanns was gung-ho this evening after New Zealand was allocated the number one starting spot... Read More
The WDAA World Championship Show will feature four days of competition, with one day of rail classes and three days of Western dressage tests. Several classes for physically challenged riders and “Heroes on Horses” are offered. The focus of the show will not only be on top competition but on a... Read More
After watching dressage rider and trainer Endel Ots and his students in the show ring so far this year, it’s hard to deny that Ots has found a real system for success. With their 2017 victories fresh in mind, Ots, his students, and horses will be a group to watch in the 2018 international show... Read More
NBC Sports Network will air the $216,000 Grand Prix CSI 3* presented by Rolex tonight, Tuesday, September 26 from 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. EST, which was hosted on September 22 at the fourth annual Rolex Central Park Horse Show. Read More
The third time in the top 10 of the Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals - West was the charm for Halie Robinson. Having placed second and fifth in years past, Robinson rode with precision, consistency and previous experience that earned her the top call in this year's... Read More
When an FEI dressage trainer recently dominated not one but all dressage National Championship classes at the 2017 Canadian National Arabian and Half Arabian Championship Horse Show, it was apparent that she deserved to be in the Custom Saddlery MVR ranks. Read More
When Lauren Woodruff finally took her turn in the spotlight at The Colorado Horse Park, the results were even better than she had expected. She was honored to receive not only the blue ribbon for her Third Level test, but also the Premier Equestrian Award in recognition of her horsemanship,... Read More
After claiming multiple Reserve Champion honors over the weekend, David Wightman of Murrieta, Cal. finally had a chance to celebrate victory with his five-year-old Oldenburg gelding Hotshot AF in the Great American/USDF Region 7 First Level Open Championship on an impressive score of 74.044%. Read More

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