The 2015 U.S. Saddle Seat Invitational concluded on Saturday, June 27 at Cascade Stables, Inc. in New Orleans, La., with the United States repeating their 2013 performance by sweeping the top podium positions in the competition. The U.S. took home Gold medals in both the Three-Gaited and Five-Gaited sections, and won the Individual Competition in both sections.
An all-female team from Great Britain eventually beat an all-male trio from Australia after a tight competition at Strzegom (POL), fourth leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing 2015.
Touchstone Farm in Temple, NH, invites riders to come to the farm on Saturday, July 18, 2015, and ride in the second show of the Touchstone season. The show includes classes that will appeal to a wide variety of riders:
• Leadline, short stirrup, walk-trot, pattern, equitation, hunter/jumper, and hunter classic
Applications are due on July 1 for a new scholarship available to high school seniors who graduated this spring and will continue their equestrian careers in college in the fall. The USEF High School Scholarship will provide a $1,000 grant to one 2015 graduate who will pursue equestrian either through an equestrian-related degree or participating on an intercollegiate equestrian team.
Scott Brash and Hello Annie, already winners of a class in Cannes fifteen day ago, keep on shinning on the show grounds.
To win the Prix Sapinda, today's competition against the clock at the Jumping International of Monte-Carlo, seemed like a formality for the world number one and his mare, "Hello Annie was fantastic. She was second on the first day in the big class. To get a win in the last day is really good, I’m really pleased, she did an amazing week-end."