WEG Show Jumping Monday at 10 a.m.

Ingrid Klimke and Bob

All 70 horse presented at final inspection for WEG eventing today were accepted by the ground jury although five horses were held and represented. Two of the Irish horses were held (Ireland is in second place). Stellor Rebound, ridden by Sarah Ennis (who also sit in the individual bronze medal position) and Ardagh Highlight, ridden […]

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Florida Carriage Museum at Grand Oaks

On our recent trip down South, one of the highlights was visiting the Florida Carriage Museum. I’m already trying to figure out which of my horses will learn to drive this spring. I’m thinking Zelda. The Carriage Museum is located at the Grand Oaks Resort. That alone is worth a visit. The grounds are spectacular […]

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Ready for Rolex? Watch it Free Online

Some year I’d love to go to see Rolex in person but this year I will once again be depending on the video coverage to bring the excitement into my living room. Luckily, thanks to sponsor SmartPak, starting tomorrow, April 25th, you can watch all four days live on theĀ  USEFNetwork.com. Google TV users can […]

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Helmet cam puts you in the driver’s seat

The last time I had the chance to drive I was at camp and we drove some tiny ponies. This looks way more fun. The video shows two Fresian/Saddlebred sisters on the cross country phase of an event. Some of those obstacles he drives through are so narrow. Doesn’t it make you want to go […]

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New Lorenzo the Flying Frenchman video!

For all of you Lorenzo fans out there here are three videos from a recent performance in Warsaw. Thanks to the person who videotaped it – nice job!

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Sale of horse show ribbons benefits Humane Society

Of all the ways to use old horse show ribbons, this is certainly one of the most rewarding. Diane Charipar of Reddick, Fla., accepts donations of horse show ribbons that she sells on eBay — and then donates the proceeds to charitable organizations such as the Humane Society of Marion County. To date she’s sold […]

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Put a hat on that helmet

For those equestrians who don’t like the look of an approved helmet but still want to stay safe, here’s a nifty solution: hide a helmet covers that fit over a traditional helmet and give them the look of a hat. Developed by Lavina Raville, a lifelong equestrian and CT Technician, the covers are available in […]

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