The horses of Ames Percheron Farm, driven by Travis Shaw, won the $25,000 Royal Six-Horse Draft Championship on Saturday night, November 12, at the Royal Horse Show, held as part of the 94th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, ON.
Congratulations to Jeanny Wells of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada! Her photo photo won this week’s Omega Alpha Equine Horsecity.com/Quarter Horse News Action Photo Contest. Along with the photo, Jeanny submitted...
The U.S. produced the strong start they were looking to make on Thursday at the FEI Four-in-Hand World Driving Championships, with two of the three American entries performing their dressage tests. Chester Weber led the charge for the U.S. driving a spectacular test scoring 33.41 to hold the lead after day one in Germany.
Nine-time U.S. national four-in-hand champion Chester Weber remains undefeated in France following his second win there in the CAI-A4 Caen August 23-25, against a field of 12 drivers and 60 horses representing seven nations.
Four-in-hand combined driver Chester Weber made American four-in-hand driving history at the at the Kentucky Classic CDE, October 4-6, at Lexington's Kentucky Horse Park. Team Weber set a new milestone for the sport by winning an unprecedented 10th national championship.
The United States Equestrian Team finished sixth in the first World Driving Championships for Ponies. Teams and individuals from 15 nations competed. Germany dominated the competition taking all three individual Gold Medals as well as the team Gold. The team Silver Medal went to The Netherlands and the Bronze went to the host nation, Austria.
Between 3rd and 7th August this year over 100 drivers from 20 nations will compete in the FEI Single Driving World Championships in Piber, making it the most important equestrian event to be held in Austria during 2016.
On Sunday all three U.S. drivers completed the cones phase of the FEI World Driving Championships for Singles, securing a sixth place team finish.
by Joanie Morris for USEF The U.S. Pony Drivers defended their third-place marathon finish - driving a confident cones phase to secure a Team Bronze medal at the 2011 FEI Pony World Driving Championships in Lipica, Slovenia. Their three-phase total of 402.3 guaranteed Bronze behind driving powerhouse nations, Germany, who won on 359.4, and The Netherlands on 375.4. Additionally, Suzy Stafford - driving as an Individual for Team USA -...
By all appearances, the 2013 U.S. National Single Horse Combined Driving Champion Uminco (Travis) was owned by his driver Leslie Berndl. And this week it became official. Leslie Berndl beat out the competition for the championship ribbon and for Travis’s ownership papers.