Horse Expo Pomona Returns to the Fairplex January 30 - February 1 with Everything Imaginable for the Horse Enthusiast
One of the nation’s finest horse expos, Horse Expo Pomona, will return to Southern California for its fourth year, Friday through Sunday, January 30 - February 1, at the Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona. Show hours are 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. daily.
This dynamic event will bring together over 35,000 horsemen from Southern California and around the country. Attendees will come face-to-face with top tier equestrian athletes and industry veterans on a fast-paced exhibition floor. Attendees will find over 300 exhibits featuring the most innovative companies in the horse industry displaying products and services, with special show discounts and complimentary samples offered. Plus, action packed contests, demonstrations, clinics and more.
Five endurance riders from the U.S. traveled to Dubai International Endurance City for the HH SH. Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Endurance Cup CEI3* over the weekend. Of the five, two completed the race. Heather Reynolds was the best of them, finishing 24th in the prestigious international competition.
2014-2015 sees IHSA coach Tammy Sousa begin her fourth season as Hartwick College's head coach, bringing three decades of riding and 17 years of instructing experience to her role with the Hawks. In 2014, she coached junior Julia Ready to IHSA Nationals (becoming Hartwick's fourth rider to make its finals) and for five years has trained the Chensego Hunter Association Open Equitation Champion rider. Coach Sousa manages Hunters Rein Stables in Otego, teaching hunter/jumper and equitation riding, and coaching clients at open shows, and is an adjunct lecturer at Hartwick and Oneonta State Colleges. She earned a bachelor's degree in Equine Studies at Virginia Intermont College in Bristol in 1998 and competed IHSA.
Week one of the 2015 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) concluded on Sunday with the $30,000 WEF 1 Grand Prix held at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL. In a 22-horse jump-off with some of the fastest riders in the world, USA's Todd Minikus came out on top aboard Carl Brem's Cordonos. Ireland's Conor Swail and Grafton finished second and USA's Mclain Ward and HH Ashley were third.
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