Within the international dressage community, few people are as well known as Dr. Cesar Parra for keeping a stable full of horses who are healthy and happy from the inside out. With his full service training program based solely on classical training...
Posted on Apr 9, 2019
Tanner Korotkin is an incredibly talented up and coming young rider who is making waves in all three rings. The Wellington-based young man is the son of Alan and Kirsty Korotkin, owners of Castlewood Farms. In 2018, Korotkin won the Maclay equitation...
Posted on Mar 15, 2019
“It was my first ride in a really long time,” she described, “I cried when I finished. It was such a joyous moment to be back in the ring, and back with my girl who I love.” The performance earned a comment from the judge, saying “impressive pair,” and it also won them the Triple Crown Excellence Award. This prestigious prize is given to a horse and rider team that demonstrates exemplary achievement within the equestrian community.
Posted on Mar 14, 2019
Triple Crown Nutrition continues to recognize the top high-performance riders who have gathered in Wellington, Florida for the 2019 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF). One of those exceptional equestrians is Holly Orlando, who after only knowing her horse Waverly, aka “Poppy,” for two weeks, won the Pre Green 3’ Championship during Week Four of this prestigious series.
Posted on Mar 2, 2019
Three Times a Charm for Christopher Payne and Gratitude’s First Three Shows, Winning Triple Crown Green Hunter Division Champion and Triple Crown® Excellence Award
Posted on Feb 28, 2019
With a Masters Degree from Texas A&M in Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology Shanon Dueck knows a thing or two about what helps her horses.
Posted on Feb 27, 2019
“Vaccinating horses against equine influenza is key to combating the spread of equine influenza,” FEI Veterinary Director Göran Åkerström said. “It is important that all horses are vaccinated, regardless of whether or not they compete or come into contact with other horses, but there are also biosecurity measures that should be put in place, including best hygiene practices.”
Posted on Feb 8, 2019
The Gold Coast Dressage Association Season Opener, held at the Global Dressage Stadium at PBIEC in Wellington, FL was everything that rider Kevin Kohmann was hoping for on his first ride in Intermediare 2 on the elegant Danish Warmblood, Sanchez. “We...
Posted on Jan 29, 2019
With sights set on qualifying for the upcoming Pan Am Games in Peru, dressage rider, Marco Bernal rode into the first week of the 2019 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival with a stable full of healthy horses. In particular, the 11 year old Holsteiner...
Posted on Jan 21, 2019
Horses can be affected by black walnut if shavings made from the tree are used in bedding. As little as 20% black walnut in shavings or sawdust can cause clinical signs within hours of contact. Effects of exposure primarily affect the lower limb and include stocking up, stiff gait, and reluctance to move.
Posted on Dec 24, 2018