Story Via:Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
The Kentucky Horse Park Foundation is proud to introduce the inaugural Battle in the Saddle Celebrity Team Penning Event at the Kentucky Horse Park's Covered Arena on Sunday, July 14, 2013. All proceeds from the benefit event will support the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation - a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to enhancing, expanding, and improving the Kentucky Horse Park.
Story Via: Green Mountain Horse Association
In 2013 Green Mountain Horse Association (GMHA, 501(c)(3)) was faced with the struggle to replace old, sub-standard footing on nearly 5 acres of arenas. In March, Vermont’s Green Mountains were still covered in snow and the first show was scheduled for early May; the projected cost of was $180,000 and there was no money in the bank! Yet, against overwhelming odds, the project got completed on time.
Cutler Farm Dressage to Blitz Riders June 29-30 with the Clinic and Summer Open House Event of the Season
Story Via: JRPR
The only place to be this last weekend in June is Medfield, Massachusetts, when Donna Cameron and Cutler Farm deliver on their promise to blitz dressage aficionados with the most anticipated Summer Open House of the season, featuring a blockbuster clinic, June 29-30, with its US Pan American Games Dressage Gold medalist, 2012 Olympic Team reserve rider, and resident trainer, Heather Blitz -- free to audit Opening Day for NEDA and CRDA members. And Cutler will be directing all trailer-in and audit fees collected to The One Fund to benefit victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Story Via: American Morgan Horse Association
The American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA) is pleased to announce today a redesign of its website, www.morganhorse.com. The new website boasts a fluid, clean design with easy-to-use navigation and interface. Its user-friendly design provides easier access to programs, forms, and everything else Morgan!
Kristy McCormack-Herrera Rocks the Derby and Benjamin Simpkins Wins Big During Week One of the Saratoga Classic Horse Show
Story Via: Sirota Public Relations
Despite days of torrential rain all exhibitors were able to compete in the divisions in which they were entered. The Skidmore College Saratoga Classic Horse Show (SCHS) staff worked tirelessly to move classes and adjust the daily schedules so that everyone would get their time in the ring.