Those who were present Saturday at the CSI5* competition in the Glock, were able to witness a true show-jumping spectacle. 38 top athletes entered the 1.55 m high world ranking jumping competition aiming for victory. The path to it was a one-off jump off and the quality of the top-notch starting group was proven in the moment of ruling.
By Francelia Clark
Monadnock’s mountainside, along with its mythic allure, has great forest beauty and an absorbing early history. For a rider there is no better way to meet all three of these qualities than on a willing trail horse. Recently Grand View estate of Jaffrey, New Hampshire, has revisited its eighteenth-century dirt roads and trails, smoothing and bridging to make a superb network of riding trails.
By Jyme Nichols, MS
There are six nutrients every horse needs, and the most important—and probably most overlooked—is water.
With temperatures currently soaring, it’s not only imperative horses have access to water at all times but also that it’s clean and fresh. Check the water daily for debris, manure, dead animals and other contaminants, and dump and scrub down the trough and water buckets often.
From October 28 through November 2 USEF Network will present wall-to-wall live streaming coverage of the 2014 National Horse Show from the Kentucky Horse Park's Alltech Arena in Lexington, Ky. USEF Network coverage will include live streaming and on-demand video of all classes at the National Horse Show.
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There is a lot more to haymaking than 'Making Hay While the Sun Shines' though that is a necessary start. Sadly each year horse barns and farmers storage barns burn down, horses become sick from respiratory disease and colic and a myriad of other diseases such as Cushings. Many of these situations are avoidable so here are, in my opinion, "The Seven Deadly Sins of Horse Hay Making," in no particular order.