Story Via: The Western Dressage Association® of America
At the Mid-Year meeting of the United States Equestrian Federation, the Board of Directors passed a rule change proposal effective 12/1/2013 which recognizes Western Dressage as an individual discipline which will have its own chapter in the USEF Rule Book for the 2014 competition season.
Story Via: Phelps Media Group
The Buffalo International Horse Show will host its 67th annual hunter/jumper competition this fall at the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center. The show will be held from September 11-15, 2013 in downtown Buffalo, NY. The show will take place in the indoor arena of the Buffalo Equestrian Center, the home of the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center (BTRC) and SBS Farms, Inc. The Buffalo International Horse Show (BIHS) is known for its large variety of hunter and jumper divisions, including their great prize money and promising competition. The BIHS is the most prominent fundraiser of the year for the BTRC, with all proceeds benefiting their therapeutic riding program. The prize list is now available on Ryegate.com.
From the USEF Communications Department
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has updated the entry for the Hickstead CDIO3*. Due to veterinary reasons, Caroline Roffman has withdrawn Hyperion Farm, Inc's Sagacious HF. The combination were to compete as individuals and serve as alternates for the U.S. Dressage Team at the competition held August 1-4, 2013.
Morven Park International Equestrian Center Chooses Attwood Equestrian Surfaces, Inc. For New Arena Footing
Attwood Equestrian Surface is pleased to announce that they have begun footing renovations for the Morven Park International Equestrian Center, in Leesburg, VA. The Center has always held a very special spot in the hearts of equestrians everywhere and is considered a premier facility for competitors, so footing is of the utmost importance.
The First Annual Champions Grand Prix Presented by Eric Lamaze To Premiere in August at Angelstone Tournaments
North America's Top Show Jumpers Will Compete for FEI World Ranking Points and a $100,000 Purse
Story Via: Sirota Public Relations
As the summer show jumping season shifts from Alberta Eastward to Quebec and Ontario, preparations are underway at Angelstone Tournaments. Three weeks of equestrian competition in August will be highlighted by one of the East Coast's most anticipated events of the season, The Champions Grand Prix, presented by Eric Lamaze on Saturday, August 24th.