Since 1853, equestrians, horse breeders and spectators have gathered under the Grafton oaks in Upperville to admire some of the nation’s most talented horses and riders. The Upperville Colt & Horse Show (UCHS) is the oldest horse show in America. It was founded to encourage better breeding of horses.
by Al Dunning
The majority of show horses will only perform at their peak for a given period of time. Eventually, their performance will decline or their attention to the rider's cues and desires will diminish.
by Annie Lambert
Pat North Ommert has ridden all types of horses in many disciplines, but trick and fancy riding was her love.
It was a shout heard around the world when Dan James and Guy McLean won the coveted World Championship of Colt Starting title for Team Australia in March 2012.
Sometimes circumstances and time frames can combine to rob us temporarily of a sense of who we are and where we are going! This is particularly true for veterans experiencing PTSD (Post Trauma Stress Disorder).
Kicking off the equestrian year, Road to the Horse is celebrating its 10th anniversary in a spectacular way. Past, present and future competitors will meet beneath one roof; this many clinicians have never been seen before in the same place at the same time.
The third annual So8ths/Nikon Three-Day Event in the “Heart of the Carolinas” takes place May 2-5 in Chesterfield, SC. Now’s your chance to see what this event is all about by reliving all the action thanks to a creative video produced by nFocus Pictures and visible on Southern 8ths’ YouTube channel.
Beginning January 1, 2013, the American Paint Horse Foundation and the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International have forged an innovative partnership.
The Kentucky Horse Council today announces the Kentucky Round-Up, a new family event featuring horse fun, learning and interaction. Kentucky Round-Up will be held February 2, 2013 at the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park. Kentucky Round-Up also includes an evening concert by country music star John Michael Montgomery.
The International Trails Symposium (previously referred to as the National Trails Symposium) will gallop into Fountain Valley, Arizona April 14 -17 for a full agenda of trail planning, events, presentations, get-togethers, trail rides and more.
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