Grand Prix Show Jumper Meredith Gallagher and City Walk Back At It In the Omega Alpha Add Back Jumper Class
Gallagher and City Walk, a beautiful gray gelding owned by Angela Calicchio, gave the socially distant onlookers a ride to remember, as the smooth partnership eased their way through the course.
Posted on Sep 28, 2020
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Posted on Sep 16, 2020
Shannon Peters is not afraid to try something new when it comes to her horses' health. When her Grand Prix mount of a decade ago, Flor de Selva, struggled with weak hooves and tender feet, Shannon researched natural ways to improve hoof strength and...
Posted on Sep 11, 2020
In under 24 hours after putting the word out, Devonwood was filled to their 250 stall capacity with horse, ponies, and other assorted animals, as the skies surrounding them glowed in the horror what what happening.
Posted on Sep 9, 2020
Following recurring cases in which human medication excreted via urination in horses’ stables has resulted in horses testing positive for prohibited substances, the FEI Tribunal has urged the FEI and all athletes to reinforce the information and education provided to support personnel about this avoidable contamination risk.
Posted on Sep 5, 2020
The stream of trailers seemed endless. People who I had never met before showed up to help trailer, unload animals, hold traffic, gather owner information and get the horses settled into a paddock with fresh hay and water.
Posted on Sep 4, 2020
The science of the benefits of Airlite Bedding a healthy and eco-friendly cardboard bedding providing a healthy and sanitary environment for equines and other animals.
Posted on Sep 2, 2020
In spite of the challenges of holding a National Championships in the midst of a pandemic, the American dressage community came together and made this year’s U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions a huge success. The credit for that success goes to...
Posted on Aug 27, 2020
Dust, mold, fungi, bacteria and other allergens, often in the dangerously small particle size of 5 microns, one-tenth the size of a human hair is small enough to infiltrate the horse's lungs where it can cause inflammation and impede the transfer of oxygen from the lungs to the blood stream.
Posted on Aug 26, 2020
Young show jumping professional Lillie Keenan made a pact with herself when it became clear the COVID-driven competition closures would last a while. "I'm going to be better coming out of this than when I went in." That's saying something for an equestrian already sitting at #10 on the U.S. rankings going into the shut-down in March.
Posted on Aug 26, 2020