July 7, 2011

Good Luck to the California-based Dressage Riders Representing the States in Aachen!

Good luck to the California-based dressage riders who'll represent the States at the Aachen CHIO in Germany, July 8-17: Steffen Peters, Jan Ebeling and Guenter Seidel. Steffen and Ravel will try to defend their 2009 Aachen titles, while Jan and Guenter will put up stiff competition aboard Rafalca and UII, respectively. They'll be joined at this huge competition by Florida-based Todd Fettrich. Good luck!!

PegasusTV Announces "No Cost" August Advertising for Equestrian Industry Companies

The Pegasus Television Network has successfully launched its first three targeted local broadcast channels and is now live and over-the-air in Los Angeles (PegasusTV / KDOC 56.4), Houston (PegasusTV / KUBE 57.4), and Fresno, CA (PegasusTV / KFRE 59.3). The new equestrian television network is now available to almost 21 million people in 11 million households located in hundreds of cities and towns within the geographical areas of these three television markets. Keep reading ...

Introducing Classic Equine's New Stall

Classic Equine Equipment is proud to introduce their newest stall series - The Lariat. Value engineered, this modular stall combines the economy of our Integrity component system with the full framed benefits of the Legend series. Click here to visit Classic Equine Equipment's web site.

Charles Wilhelm DVD on Ranch Versatility

Respected Trainer Focuses on Five Components of Competition

"I've always admired a good ranch horse," states nationally acclaimed horseman Charles Wilhelm, "and feel that this kind of horse and horsemanship need to be promoted. It's part of our Western heritage, and these Ranch Horse Versatility classes keep that style of riding alive, along with the development and breeding of good-minded horses who can pretty much do it all." Keep reading ...

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Unscripted (Dino) is a rising star with the style,
athleticism, and attitude to win in any company.
This 7-year old, 17-hand Hanoverian/TB is incredibly brave
and jumps in extraordinary form, just like his sire, Sir Caletto.
With his huge step, he is very easy down the lines and carries
a lovely rhythm from start to finish. He was 9th out of 37
in his debut USHJA Hunter Derby this spring and earned
top ribbons at Upperville against some of the nicest First Year
horses in the country. He qualified for 2011 Junior Hunter
finals his first time competing in the division. This charming gelding
loves his job and will make someone a very competitive partner
for the Jr./AO rings or as a top-notch Derby contender.
Priced in the high five-figures.

Chad Keenum, 301-512-4383, cskeenum@aol.com

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