Kenneth Berkley of Flemington, NJ, captured victory in the $30,000 Battenkill Grand Prix held Saturday, July 14, during the second week of the Vermont Summer Festival in East Dorset, VT. The six-week equestrian competition is running at Harold Beebe Farm from July 4 through August 12, 2012.
From rodeo arena to movie star Haley Ganzel excels not only in the rodeo arena but in front of the movie camera, too. The 17 year old Collinsville, Okla. cowgirl, who is competing at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee, Oklahoma, found a new role last month as a movie star.
The Dressage at Devon Horse Show has ushered in the fall since 1975 and planning and preparations are in high gear for the 2012 premier North American equestrian event.
Excitement fills the air for the 2012 Spruce Meadows ‘Continental’ Tournament! With 54 horse/rider combinations in the 1.50 meter $32,000 RSA Cup, the competition was fierce.
The 2012 Spruce Meadows ‘National’ kicked off this week with a cool but exciting day in the International ring. Top riders from around the world gathered to compete for their shot at victory.
The Jockey Club and the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) today announced the launch of an advocacy website, http://www.cleanhorseracing.org that is dedicated to the reform of medication rules.
Register today for the American Association of Equine Practitioners' two-for-one summer educational meetings, Focus on Hindlimb Lameness and the Business Education Workshop.
Christopher Hickey of Colora, MD and Hilltop Farm's Balissa HTF took top honors once again at the Global Dressage Festival National 2 Horse Show on Thursday.
Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon announce 2012 Ride Well Clinic USA Tour dates as well as educational appearances throughout the summer. They are thrilled to host passionate horse owners to train and have fun in different locations throughout the country.
Can a bug bite lead to laminitis? Localized skin swellings or lesions – like hives – usually represent an acute allergic reaction, often triggered by something as innocuous as an insect bite. An acute reaction like hives suggest that a horse’s largest organ and first line of defense – its skin – has been compromised, leaving the body open to infection.