Established in 2009 by the EQUUS Foundation and the United States Equestrian Federation, the Humanitarian Award honors an individual in the equestrian world who has devoted considerable personal time to improving the quality of life for equines.
Low Country Cowboys follows the life of a horse trainer, his family and others, from one of the South’s most iconic ranches. Where Western lifestyle meets the Eastern Low Country! Check out their latest video:
Big D, a 16-year-old palomino draft cross named in honor of fallen officer Forrest Edward "Dino" Taylor, and Sergeant Robar, leader of the Baltimore Police Mounted Unit, received the Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) Klinger Perpetual Award for Honor & Service sponsored by the EQUUS Foundation and the Stephens Family on Friday, October 26, 2018, in center ring during the annual WIHS Military Night.
Watching the magnificent 6666 Ranch colts charge into the Alltech Arena at Road to the Horse is simply unforgettable. The running of the Remuda will slide you to the edge of your seat; it’s the true magic of Road to the Horse. It’s generations of the world’s best American Quarter Horses, embodied in one exceptional remuda. As we anticipate their journey to the World Championship of Colt Starting, there’s no denying they’re set for stardom.
With top caliber sport and entertainment for every horse enthusiast, the world-renowned Royal Horse Show, held as part of the 96th Annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, returns to Exhibition Place in downtown Toronto, Canada, from November 2 through 11, 2018.
Highlighting the 60th Anniversary Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) is the return of Barn Night to the newly renovated Capital One Arena. One of the most popular nights at WIHS, Barn Night takes place Thursday, October 25, and welcomes local barns and horse enthusiasts of all ages for an evening of fun and exciting jumping competition, presented by Barn Manager, Charles Owen, The Clothes Horse, The Equiery, The Loft at Meadowbrook, United Metro Golf Cart, and US Equestrian.
The smell of a horse can be calming to those of us who love them. Many people, who do not ride, keep a horse. When asked "Why?", a common answer is "I need the smell of a horse in my life".
Outstanding horsemen and -women, united in their love for remarkable and talented horses, are the foundation upon which the American Paint Horse Association grows. It is through their labors—to improve the breed, smash records and strive for greatness—that the Paint Horse is a colorful leader throughout the global horse community.
Whether you have horses for sale, professional equine services and facilities to promote, or breeding stallions to offer, Equine Affaire’s Horse & Farm exhibits meet all your marketing needs. From November 8-11, tens of thousands of horse people will unite at the Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield, MA, to celebrate Equine Affaire in Massachusetts. Reserve your spot in Equine Affaire’s Horse & Farm exhibits today to market yourself, your horses, and your farm at North America’s...
A “Dressage for Jumping” clinic with U.S. Olympic team bronze medalist Laura Graves hosted by the Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) and presented by BarnManager, will be held on Tuesday, August 14, from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Ohana Equestrian Preserve, owned by Melissa and Jim Pankas in Aldie, VA. Auditors are welcome to attend free of charge.