Win a Ton of Nutrena Feed at the World Show

How many Nutrena horse feed bags does it take to fill the back of a Ford truck? Take a guess Sunday night, November 5, and see if you could go home with a ton of Nutrena feed and become a finalistHow many Nutrena horse feed bags does it take to fill the back of a Ford truck? Take a guess Sunday night, November 5, and see if you could go home with a ton of Nutrena feed and become a finalist

Famous Carriages

Approximately 50 historic carriages representing a wide variety of styles and uses will wheel in to the Kentucky Horse Park for the Carriage Review, August 14.Approximately 50 historic carriages representing a wide variety of styles and uses will wheel in to the Kentucky Horse Park for the Carriage Review, August 14.

Jensen And Kursinski win $25,000 Windsome Dressage/Show Jumping Spectacular

Bent Jensen and Anne Kursinski won the $25,000 Windsome Dressage/Show Jumping Spectacular at the 32nd Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida. This is the sixth year for the duo to claim victory in this popular crowd-pleaser that features teams of two competing in two phases - the show jumpers ride a Third Level Test 3 and the dressage riders jump a Hit 'N' Hurry course with fences up to 3'6". Kursinski placed third in the dressage phase, while Jensen won the jumping phase....

Hart, Ramsay take ASPCA-Maclay Regional Championships

Kate Hart of Englewood, CO riding Piper galloped to victory Saturday in the ASPCA-Maclay Regional Championship at the High Prairie Fall Classic in Parker, CO. At The Oaks Blenheim Fall Classic in San...Kate Hart of Englewood, CO riding Piper galloped to victory Saturday in the ASPCA-Maclay Regional Championship at the High Prairie Fall Classic in Parker, CO. At The Oaks Blenheim Fall Classic in San...

A bad break works in O’Connor’s favor at rain-soaked Radnor Hunt CCI**

Last fall when 1996 Olympian Mara DePuy won the Morven Park CCI* on her youngster Nicki Henley it seemed clear that he was going to be a star for the future. But then this summer DePuy suffered a bad accident while competing at the Stuart Horse Trials and broke her ankle in several places. Grounded, but with a fancy youngster that was fit and ready to go, DePuy opted to search out a jockey for the fall season. Not everybody has the option of picking an Olympic gold medallist for their horse,...

Lifetime Cutting Statistics: almost $380 million!

Cutting purses rose by a modest 3.3 percent in 2001, pushing lifetime earnings to almost $380 million, according to records researched and compiled by Equi-Stat, a division of Cowboy Publishing Group.Cutting purses rose by a modest 3.3 percent in 2001, pushing lifetime earnings to almost $380 million, according to records researched and compiled by Equi-Stat, a division of Cowboy Publishing Group.

The successful lease

Leases are a common part of the equine industry. People lease horses for all different uses, including breeding, showing and pleasure, just to name a few. Like many horse transactions, leases often go undocumented, without addressing many of the critical ...Leases are a common part of the equine industry. People lease horses for all different uses, including breeding, showing and pleasure, just to name a few. Like many horse transactions, leases often go undocumented, without addressing many of...

From the Race Track to the Show Ring: Bringing your new horse home

So you've picked out your retiring racehorse and had them evaluated by a veterinarian for suitability and soundness. You've negotiated your price with the owner or agent, and you've made arrangements to bring your new horse home. As exciting as it is, it is important to understand that your new horse is about to go through a tremendous life-change, and it is part of your job to help them adjust and feel comfortable as they acclimate to their new surroundings. In this month's installment, we'll...

Training the Young Event Horse, Part Two

In Part One of our training journey, top event trainer Paul Ebersole discussed the basic skills needed by the young event horse in order to begin competing. In Part Two Ebersole will continue to discuss the basics, and we'll introduce the basics of cross-country. Without question, cross-country is the heart of the sport of eventing. However, in a practical training sense it is only one the phases a horse must master. We've already mastered our flatwork, ...In Part One of our training journey,...