November 15, 2012



Courtney King-Dye Receives the 2012 Fédération Equestre Internationale Against All Odds Award

Riders4Helmets, the popular helmet awareness campaign, is delighted to announce that 2008 Olympian and traumatic brain injury survivor Courtney King-Dye has been named the recipient of the 2012 Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) Against All Odds Award. "The FEI Awards were launched in 2009 to show the world what extraordinary people there are in the equestrian community and to reward them with public recognition of their work," said HRH Princess Haya, FEI President. "This year's winners have demonstrated talent, commitment, generosity and courage and we are extremely proud of them." Keep reading ...



Two Challenging Medal Finals - Two Ecstatic Winners

After placing second in the 2011 Onondarka Medal Final, Tylor Nowell (Nina Alario, trainer) declared, "I feel really good about placing second, although I would love to win next year." 2012 was Tylor's year, and she achieved her dream of leading the victory gallop in the Onondarka Medal Final. "This year in particular, it just means so much because it's the 50th anniversary," Tylor commented. "This is my fourth year participating, and it has been really great to be able to track my progress over the past four years and see how far I've come." The victory was even sweeter since Tylor will age out next year and this was her last chance to win the title. Keep reading ...



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