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October 2016 – HARRY & SNOWMAN is a feature length documentary that tells the remarkable life story of international show jumping legend Harry deLeyer, whose career was launched by his famous show jumping horse Snowman. Snowman was an old Amish plow horse that Harry rescued off a truck that was bound for the meat and […]
Courtesy of GOHORSESHOW August 26, 2016 – So far, 2016 has been a life-changing year for Select Amateur Linda Coakley. The two-time Select World Show All-Around winner and six-time Select Amateur Reserve World Champion from Clear Lake, Washington still has her steady mount, Patsys Royal Secret (Charlie), but she also has a new horse and […]
Courtesy of NBC Olympics – August 17th. Click here to view video and full article. The fate of the U.S. Show Jumping team fell into four-time Olympian McLain Ward’s hands in Wednesday’s Battle Royale for a spot on the podium. The team entered Wednesday’s team finals in a four-way tie for first place with Germany, Brazil, […]
August 15 – Davis, CA. Shane Westman was a Skagit County Farrier known for his sense of humor, support of community, and his talents as a Farrier. Shane, on the AAPF board of directors for the past three years, has been proactive with the American Association of Professional Farriers in promoting continued education for local […]
Courtesy of: Staff, KREM 3:56 PM. PDT August 12, 2016 BONNERS FERRY, Idaho — Panhandle Health District officials said two dead horses that died tested positive for West Nile Virus in Boundary County. Officials said the horses were unvaccinated and this is the first evidence of mosquitos potentially carrying West Nile Virus in Boundary County […]
Courtesy of: Langley Times By MIRANDA GATHERCOLE – August 12, 2016 Tim Ansell was at a loss for words as he watched his 18-year-old daughter, Hillary, and Salero, an 18-year-old Andalusian horse, parade around the riding ring at High Point Equestrian Centre on Wednesday morning. Despite what doctors have repeatedly told him, Tim believes horseback […]
Courtesy of: The United States Equestrian Team Foundation Aug 12, 2016 | 2016 Olympics, Competitions, Dressage, Headlines Rio de Janeiro – August 12, 2016 – Allison Brock, Laura Graves, Kasey Perry-Glass and Steffen Peters put the United States dressage team back on the Olympic podium with a bronze medal finish at the 2016 Rio Olympic […]
Courtesy of: HorsesDaily.com 8/10/2016 9:52am Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – U.S. Olympic Eventing Team member Phillip Dutton capped off three days of brilliant riding by winning the Individual Bronze medal at the Rio Olympic Games. Dutton finished on a score of 51.80. Michael Jung of Germany won the Individual Gold medal for the second consecutive […]
TV Schedule for Equestrian at the 2016 Olympics You’ll be able to catch some of the equestrian events whether you have network TV or cable. Plus: how to watch online. By Leslie Potter | August 1, 2016 | HorseChannel.com There’s good news and less-good news for equestrian sports fans in the United States as the […]