Professional teams from U.S., Argentina, England and Hong Kong to compete in inaugural event
Story Via: Ryan Boger
September 14, 2012 (Wellington, FL) – As polo continues to grow across the globe, powerhouse teams from the U.S. and three other countries have emerged to battle it out for top international honors in the inaugural Fortune Heights Super Nations Cup. The 24-goal handicap tournament will take place October 1-5 at China’s exclusive Tianjin Goldin Metropolitan Polo Club and will feature world-class professional players from the U.S., Argentina, England and Hong Kong.
(Fort Worth, TX)- National Cutting Horse Association veteran Buster Welch, Rotan, Texas, received the prestigious National Golden Spur Award from the Ranching Heritage Association this past weekend in Lubbock, Texas. He was honored in front of an audience of more than 400 attendees.
Welch was chosen for his commitment to the ranching industry. Aside from his untouched record five NCHA Futurity wins and four NCHA World Champion titles, Welch’s longtime goal was to be a cattle rancher – a dream he’s been able to live for more than 20 years.
Devon, PA (September 13, 2012) – Dressage at Devon is pleased to announce that the Grand Prix Freestyle will again be broadcast on USEF Network (www.usef.org).
“We doubled our audience last year via the USEF Network and we hope to attract even more viewers this year. The use of social networking on Facebook made the event even more fun for the thousands of viewers who watched the class at home. Although it’s not as great as being there, this broadcast truly makes viewers feel a part of the excitement. This year, the broadcast will be sponsored by County Saddlery, Sport Innovations and British Toad Hall,” said John Henderson, Board Member.
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. — She has found a way to diminish the crushing anxiety that keeps her from full participation in life.
Heidi, 47, whose last name is being withheld to protect her privacy, is bipolar and also suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder along with her anxiety. She spent many years trying to take care of her mental illness by herself by drinking alcohol and smoking crack cocaine and meth. Read Full Story
NEW YORK—The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) today announced that 14 equine rescue organizations from across the nation have joined the ASPCA Million Dollar Rescuing Racers Initiative, now in its third year. This major grants program aids in the rescue and rehabilitation of retired racehorses to save them from slaughter, repurposing the horses for other areas of the equine world and giving them a new lease on life for events or pleasure riding. Read Full Story