While waivers are a necessary precaution, it is rare that they cover you completely. In fact, even if a rider signs a waiver, it does not guarantee that legal action cannot be taken. Read More
There was a top-class turnout from the host nation, and on an afternoon of quality competition German riders also filled third and fourth places with Jessica Von Bredow-Werndl and Unee BB getting the advantage over Fabienne Lutkemeier and D’Agostino. Only three horse-and-rider combinations broke... Read More
UB40 is a successful FEI horse and one of the most sought after stallions. He is the sire of the Approved stallions El Capone and Apache in the Netherlands, and dozens of 1st Premium offspring in North America. His son El Paso ISF is a Dressage at Devon champion and KWPN-NA North American keuring... Read More
As part of ongoing efforts to expand and better serve North American members and breeders of one of the most popular sport horses in the world, the Royal Dutch Warmblood Studbook in North America (KWPN-NA) has announced the hiring of Jason Tice as Executive Director, effective immediately. Read More
“It feels fantastic to qualify for the Festival of Champions this year,” said Bateson-Chandler. “Of course this is a big year, coming up to the Olympics, so Wellington is where our winter goals will be set. It will be a long season, so we will try to pace ourselves. I'm looking forward to getting... Read More
Knopp hasn’t always ridden in a Custom Saddlery saddle. Several years ago, a Custom Saddlery representative was at the barn where Knopp was boarding, and Knopp decided to try one of the many models the company offers. “I was pleased to find that from day one, I was much more comfortable in the... Read More
For international dressage rider and trainer Jaime Amian and his many clients and horses, the Gold Coast Fall Fling dressage show, held at the Global Dressage Stadium in Wellington, Florida on November 7-8, was an immense success. Amian teamed up with his amateur clients and fellow trainer to win... Read More
For Klaus Balkenhol, horsemanship is riding with intelligence : a knowledge, but also a feeling, an understanding of the horse tensions and resistance, to allow for a deeper and finer communication. The German master would often ask the riders to smile : “it is not only a way to get more points... Read More
She’s 39 and yet she’s lived the life of several women. She’s been Executive Coordinator of Haiti’s Presidential Advisory Council on Economic Growth and Investment and the Adjunct Chief of Staff for Haiti’s Minister of the Interior and Territorial Collectivities. She’s been the chef d’equipe for... Read More
When one of our own needs help, the horse community has always lent a hand. Sometimes, what one of us needs is more than a helping hand; sometimes, it’s a kidney. So, why does Con Hogan deserve a kidney? Ruth said that her father is the type of man who has made everyone’s world a better place by... Read More