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Nilforushan Equisport Events Adds World Champion Hunter Rider Week to Show Schedule
Written by CRM
Tuesday, 04 December 2018 00:00

Following the highly-publicized success of the 2018 Temecula Valley National Horse Show series, managed and organized by Nilforushan Equisport Events, the team behind the spring circuit is proud to announce that the 2019 show will now feature four weeks of exciting competition, one of which will be a World Champion Hunter Rider (WCHR) week. From April 17 to 21, 2019, the initial week of the 2019 Temecula Valley National Horse Show series will feature qualifying WCHR classes and other hunter highlights.

 
Exciting news from Vitafloor at AAEP in San Francisco!
Written by CRM
Thursday, 29 November 2018 17:56

We are pleased to announce that after 5 years of working together with Sedelogic, Vitafloor has recently acquired their Sedelogic Saddle Pad line.

We will be present at the AAEP convention in San Francisco this week (booth 1747) and would love to see you there to talk about what the Sedelogic® Saddle Pads and Vitafloor® Whole Body Vibration can do for you and your horses.

 
Parent’s Perspective
Written by by Alice Chan
Thursday, 29 November 2018 01:02

Putting teens on horses is the best RX for surviving the high school years.

by Alice Chan


I’ve heard it said that parenting toddlers and parenting teens is not so different. Each age group is struggling for its independence. Each wants you, but needs to push you away for their own development. Each has a hard time regulating their emotions. And they are deep in their experimenting phases.

 
Michael Nyuis Scholarship Applications Now Available for 2019
Written by CRM
Monday, 26 November 2018 22:00

Riders Aged 14 - 25 Who Will Attend 2019 West Palms Events Shows are Encouraged to Apply

West Palms Events is now accepting applications for the fifth annual 2019 Michael Nyuis Scholarships. Applications and more information are available on the website here. The scholarships are offered in memory of West Palms Events' CEO Dale Harvey's nephew, Michael Nyuis, who always helped others whenever he had the chance.

 
FEI World Equestrian Games™ tops discussion sessions before tomorrow’s FEI General Assembly
Written by CRM
Monday, 19 November 2018 22:12

The FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 and the future of the Games were the subject of a well-attended session at the FEI General Assembly in Manama (BRN) today.

The independent Equestrian Community Integrity Unit (ECIU), which was tasked with investigating the issues surrounding the Endurance championships at the Games, presented its findings on the sequence of events that took place from approximately 12 hours prior to the start of competition that ultimately led to the false start on 12 September.

 
Equitation Champions Crowned at the AON/USHJA National Championships
Written by CRM
Sunday, 18 November 2018 04:26

Equitation riders shined on Saturday at the AON/USHJA National Championships at The Las Vegas National Horse Show-CSI 4*W, as Kate Abajian earned the Leading Equitation Rider title in her last equitation competition as a Junior.

“I’m super thrilled about sweeping the division,” Abajian said after winning the Equitation 15-17 division.

 
Equestrian Blogger Susan Friedland-Smith Releases Memoir Horses Adored and Men Endured
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 14 November 2018 01:44

Susan Friedland-Smith, the blogger behind the award-winning equestrian website Saddle Seeks Horse, is pleased to announce the release of her first bookHorses Adored and Men Endured: a Memoir of Falling and Getting Back Up. Both paperback and eBook versions are available on Amazon.com.

 
Nayel Nassar and Lordan Do It Again!
Written by CRM
Sunday, 11 November 2018 17:51

The scene was set for the $100,000 Longines FEI Jumping World CupTM Qualifier in the Grand Prix Stadium at the AON HITS Desert Horse Park. A field of 38, stacked with some of the most elite riders in equestrian sport challenged the first round course, designed by Marina Azevedo of Brazil. “I always keep in mind the class that I am building for, especially as a qualifier for the World Cup,” Azevedo explained. “Even if it is a big ring, I try to put some fences close to the corners and the turns a little bit short to help them prepare for the indoor rings.”

Just five would return for the jump-off, all in the chase for the winner's purse and valuable World Cup qualifying points.

 
Hansen Dam Horse Park Happenings
Written by CRM
Thursday, 08 November 2018 17:53

A year of upgrades and program expansion transform once-forgotten facility into a thriving hub of Southern California equestrian activity.

September 15, 2018 marked the one-year anniversary of Langer Equestrian Group’s purchase of controlling interest in Hansen Dam Equestrian Center, LLC. Under the reins of veteran horseman and equestrian entrepreneur Larry Langer, the newly-branded Hansen Dam Horse Park has quietly undergone improvements that have already transformed it into a new hub of Southern California equestrian activity.

 
Know Before You Show: New Rules for a New Competition Year
Written by CRM
Friday, 30 November 2018 00:00

Rules affecting Hunter/Jumper competition taking effect Dec. 1, 2018

The USHJA is helping members Know Before You Show with a simple guide of rule changes taking effect for the new competition year. Most importantly, the 2019 competition year brings new requirements for competing members and horses with the implementation of the Safe Sport training requirement for all USEF members 18-years-old and older with a Competing Membership, and microchipping for all horses competing in USEF-licensed and/or USHJA sanctioned competitions with Hunter, Hunter Breeding, Jumper and Hunter/Jumping Seat Equitation classes not restricted by breed. Click here for a comprehensive list of rule changes that were approved in early 2018 and will take effect for the 2019 competition year. View the entire 2019 USEF Rulebook here.

 
Haygain USA Heads to AAEP in San Francisco
Written by by Kim F. Miller
Thursday, 29 November 2018 17:37

Company and veterinarian’s association missions are closely aligned.

By Kim F. Miller

With horse health as its mission, Haygain USA looks forward to sharing ideas and perspectives with hundreds of like-minded individuals at the American Association of Equine Practitioners Convention. The event takes place December 1-5 in San Francisco, at the George Moscone Center.

 
Sonoma Horse Park to Host USEF Junior Hunter National Championship
Written by CRM
Tuesday, 27 November 2018 00:00

We are pleased to announce that Sonoma Horse Park has been selected to host the USEF Junior Hunter National Championship and USHJA Hunterdon Cup Equitation Classic for three years starting in 2019. The first edition will take place July 22 - 23, 2019, followed by two weeks of Sonoma Horse Park's summer show series: HMI Equestrian Classic (AA) July 24 - 29 and Giant Steps Charity Classic (AA) July 30 - August 4.

 
2018 Intercollegiate and Interscholastic Equestrian Team Awards Added to Pegasus Awards Ceremony at 2019 US Equestrian Annual Meeting
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 21 November 2018 16:22

2018 Pegasus Award Winners Revealed

From the US Equestrian Communications Department

Lexington, Ky. – New to the Pegasus Awards celebratory evening, the 2018 Intercollegiate and Interscholastic Equestrian Team Awards will be presented Thursday evening, January 10 at US Equestrian’s Annual Meeting in Palm Beach, Fla. US Equestrian’s Pegasus Awards honor some of the great men and women of equestrian sport, including the Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Equestrian of the Year, Junior Equestrian of the Year, Youth Sportsman Award, and many other prestigious honors.

 
Maplewood Stables Offers First Responders Horse Handling & Safety Clinic
Written by CRM
Monday, 19 November 2018 17:40

Maplewood Stables, Inc., is pleased to announce the fall First Responders Horse Handling & Safety Clinic will be held Sunday, November 25 at Maplewood Stables in Reno, Nevada.

The clinic, part of the Goodtoknow Horses 501(c)3 educational series, will be led by Maplewood's resident horse trainers and focuses on educating first responders and other good samaritans who would like to learn how to safely handle horses in emergency situations. The event, from 2 to 5 p.m., will be free and open to the public. Pre-registration is not required.

 
Stanford Equestrian Fall Update
Written by CRM
Thursday, 15 November 2018 16:45

Fall at the Stanford Red Barn!

What a wonderful Fall at the Red Barn! The Stanford Equestrian Team finished our last season with our second-straight 3rdplace finish at the IHSA National Finals for Hunt Seat, and a 6thplace finish for Dressage at the IDA National Finals, and we crowned four more National Champion or Reserve National Champion riders, bringing Stanford's total to 26! You can read more about the IHSA and IDA Nationals finals below.

 
Toni Anderson Returns to Claim Gold in USHJA Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Nationals
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 14 November 2018 01:38

Findlay, Ohio---- November 13, 2018 -----After a weekend full of intense testing and educational seminars, Toni Anderson rose to the top of 24 finalists to win the USHJA Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Nationals, presented by The Plaid Horse, and hosted by the University of Findlay, Nov. 9-11, in Findlay, Ohio.  

"After last year when I got second, I knew what I needed to do, and I went home and studied really hard, and I came here feeling really prepared and I guess it paid off!" said Anderson.

 
Try to Catch this Team: Richard Fellers and Steelbi Chase the Blue
Written by CRM
Saturday, 10 November 2018 00:00

The FEI CSI3*-W week at National Sunshine II kicked off Thursday with the $35,000 Desert Welcome Stake, in the Grand Prix Stadium, for the first leg of the Longines FEI Jumping World CupTM Qualifier. Surrounded by mountainous views, top riders from across the country and around the world challenged the first-round course, designed by Marina Azevedo.

Amongst the field of 77 entries in the hunt for the lion’s share of prize money were Richard Spooner, Charlie Jayne, and Jamie Barge, along with last week’s FEI class winners Nayel Nasser and Ashlee Bond.

 
Boys Will Be Equestrians
Written by Kim F. Miller
Wednesday, 07 November 2018 19:53

Canadian Sam Walker just became the fourth boy to win the ASPCA Maclay Medal Finals since 1991. The 175-contender class was held at the National Horse Show in Kentucky this past weekend.

Earlier this season, Maclay reserve champ Brian Moggre won the USEF Hunt Seat Medal Finals.

 
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