Among the rolling bluegrass vistas of central Kentucky, close to 600 exhibitors will gather this week in Lexington for the Great American Insurance Group/United States Dressage Federation (USDF) Region 2 Dressage Championships, hosted by the Kentucky Dressage Association (KDA) and held in conjunction with the KDA Fall Classic, October 9 - 12, 2014.
Arguably the most versatile piece of equipment in your tack room is the polo wrap. Used for various reasons and applications, your polo wraps also make a statement about you and your horse.
NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Finalists Determined; Cinch Intermediate Open and Limited Open Finals Begin Thursday, Oct. 2
There was a three-way tie for the lead in the National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity Open composite with a 656 between Nursin a Hangover (Metallic Cat x Bet On Nurse), shown by Corey Cushing for Mystic Shadow Farm; Big Time in Cowtown (One Time Pepto x Lil Lena Long Legs), shown by John Swales for owner Robbie McKay, and Call Me Mitch (Metallic Cat x Miss Hickory Hill) ridden by Phillip Ralls for owner Estelle Roitblat.
A large audience was in the stands of Querência Equestrian Centre in Porto Alegre, Brazil, to watch on this saturday night, September 27, the professional final of the second edition of Golden Reins, sponsored by the Brazilian Association of Crioulo Horse Breeders (ABCCC in portuguese).
Learn More About Yourself & Your Horse: Parelli Education Institute’s 2015 Courses Offer Something for Everyone
Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional in natural horsemanship, the 2015 slate of Parelli Education Institute’s 2015 course offerings has something for everyone. This coming year, courses and workshops will be held at the nonprofit Institute’s Pagosa Springs, Colorado campus as well as on the Ocala, Florida campus.
The life of the Lipizzaner stallions of the Spanish Riding School can very well be compared to that of a top athlete. The riders work with the horses gently and individually to build up their muscles and to prepare them for their performances. Between the age of twelve and twenty-five the stallions show performances of the High School of classical horsemanship in Vienna as well as on worldwide tours.
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