The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) would like to congratulate Magnum Chic Dream on becoming NRHA’s Newest Four Million Dollar Sire. Reaching his Three Million Dollar Sire status in 2015, Magnum Chic Dream has continued to sire elite offspring. This 1998 stallion is by NRHA Hall of Fame... Read More
Less than a blink of an eye separated the top two in the $40,000 Pennsylvania "Big Jump." "It doesn't get any closer than that, it was very exciting!" said Burr-Howard. "The horse is lovely. He's won a couple of grand prix classes now this year and I have only been riding him for six months. I'm... Read More
Excitement continues to sweep across the country as the final round of United States Dressage Federation (USDF) Regional Championship competitions have concluded and riders are submitting final entries for the US Dressage Finals. Read More
October 20-23, Don't miss out on this amazing event! Be sure to catch HorsesDailys own Mary Phelps and the rest of Team Gangster! Read More
Check Out the beautiful obstacles we will be driving on Saturday. Each one is a work of art. Loving being here near Louisville, even if it is raining right now. Read More
Dave Thind of Aspire Farm in Walpole, MA is pleased to announce the upcoming arrival of Annie Morris as the farm’s new Manager and Assistant Trainer. Read More
Hannan and Best Regards, a seven year old Holsteiner stallion, took the top honor for their spectacular round over fences for which the judges gave the pair a score of 89 points. "He has just started his career as a hunter and he is a dream of a hunter. He does everything. He has learned his job... Read More
Magee and the 9-year-old Hanoverian mare earned the Championship with a win in the Over Fences class a third in the Hack, but the pair also finished second in the popular Hunt Teams class on Monday Night. Magee, who is a member of the Kimberton Hunt Club, had the distinction of being the only... Read More
Gustavo Prato of Wellington, FL, and Carna Z rose to the occasion in the $7,000 Open Stakes Class during ESP Fall I at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) to kick-off the 2016 ESP Fall Series. The duo mastered the jump-off track in 51.844 seconds to capture the win in the class. Read More
Only four riders out of a starting field of 30 managed to score in the 80's. Ruttura and Quinn scored an 86.0, the second best of the first round. In the second round Quinn posted an 81.0 to take the win. "I was excited that we qualified for the NAL Finals. I had never been before and so the goal... Read More