The Vermont Summer Festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary at Harold Beebe Farm in East Dorset, VT, this summer with new footing in all competition, schooling, and lunging rings. The 2018 Vermont Summer Festival will run for six consecutive weeks from July 3 through August 12 with diverse offerings for competitors at every level.
The USHJA Foundation Gochman Family Grant offers each recipient the opportunity to compete at USEF Pony Finals when they may not have otherwise been able to do so. In addition to the competitive opportunities offered at the event, the three recipients will participate in various educational activities throughout the fun-filled week.
Young riders from the innovative “Masters Squad” program at the Longines Masters of New York will be taking advantage of a unique and coveted educational opportunity—a group clinic with U.S. Olympic team gold medalist and Longines FEI World Cup Final winner McLain Ward.
How did one eventer feel about her Jay Duke clinic experience? “Ecstatic” was the word she used!
Two consecutive weeks of top hunter and jumper competition will be showcased in the heart of the nation’s capital with the return of the Ottawa Equestrian Tournaments at Wesley Clover Parks in Ottawa, ON. The National Horse Show will run from July 11 to 15 followed by the CSI3* Ottawa International Horse Show from July […]
The global rivalry is heating up again as the Chefs d’Equipe from Team USA and Team Europe officially submitted their long lists this week. Team Europe, triumphant in Paris in December, will look to sweep as Philippe Guerdat, the gold medal coach from the 2016 Rio Olympics, plans to bring over a roster of top talent to defend the title.
The Canadian Show Jumping Team comprised of Tiffany Foster of North Vancouver, BC, Eric Lamaze of Wellington, FL, François Lamontagne of Saint Eustache, QC, and Ian Millar of Perth, ON, claimed victory in the $450,000 Longines Nations’ Cup on Sunday, February 18, at CSIO5* Ocala, Florida.
In its inaugural month of operation, True North Stables brought home top honors from the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, Florida, including victories for both lead rider and trainer Caitlyn Shiels and amateur competitor Michelle Durpetti. Shiels rode her own Cavalier II to the win in the $2,500 1.35m Jumpers during WEF 1, while Durpetti and Cassius claimed a win and the reserve championship in the Osphos® Amateur-Owner 36 & Over Hunters 3’3” during WEF 2.
Eric Lamaze scored his first win of the 2018 season, claiming victory over 109 starters in the $35,000 CSI2* Equinimity WEF Challenge Cup Round II on Thursday, January 18, at the 12-week Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, FL.
Two-time Canadian Olympian Tiffany Foster has launched her own training and sales business, Little Creek Equestrian, with bases in Wellington, Florida, and Vrasene, Belgium.