The Washington International Horse Show, an iconic horse show in the heart of the nation’s capital since 1958, has been honored with the United States Equestrian Federation’s designation as a USEF Heritage Competition. The Heritage Competition title is the highest honor currently held by any Federation horse show.
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The Dutta Corp Fair Hill International came to an exciting conclusion on Sunday as three- and two-star competitors proved their mettle over Sally Ike-designed show jumping tracks. Both Jennie Brannigan and Julie Richards produced faultless rounds to claim victory in the CCI3* and CCI2*, respectively.
Smith Scores Historical Win at 2014 Pessoa/US Hunter Seat Medal Finals presented by Randolph College
After a full day of competition at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show the Pessoa/US Hunter Seat Medal Finals presented by Randolph College came to a historic conclusion, as Spencer Smith topped the field of 241 competitors to claim the 2014 National Title and in doing so became the first male rider to do so in 12 years.
Sips ‘N Saddles Showcases Premiere Kentucky Bourbon, Local Food, Music and More to Raise Money for Retired Racehorses
Kentucky’s reputation is built on horses and bourbon. The Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center (MMSC) paid homage to both at the second annual Sips ‘N Saddles on Friday, September 19th. The theme Kentucky Proud was threaded into all aspects of the event, from food and beverages to music and entertainment.
Farm-to-table Lexington restaurant Holly Hill Inn, Kenny’s Farmhouse Cheese in Barren County and Ayres Family Orchard overlooking the Kentucky River Valley provided dinner at the event. Guests enjoyed beverages from Lexington’s Grimes Mill Winery and West Sixth Brewing Company, and Maker’s Mark concocted a signature drink especially for the evening. Winchester’s Ale-8-One supplied a slushie machine, inviting guests to flavor Maker’s Mark and Ale-8-One soda drink slushies.
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The exciting Land Rover Grand Prix of Sacramento, a World Cup and Thermal Million qualifying event. With 35 entries, the competition was tight and the riders left it all in the arena. They kept the turns very tight and nine riders completed the first phase with zero faults, advancing to the jump off.