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Equestrian community members in the Northeast gathered on Saturday, May 31st for an Equestrian Aid Foundation fundraiser in Flemington, NJ. The event was held at Sand Hill Farm, the private residence of Scott Stewart and EAF board member Ken Berkley, who co-chaired the dinner party along with fellow board member Mimi Tashjian. The 200 guests in attendance enjoyed dinner, dancing, musical performances and a fireworks display.
Kencove Farm Fence Supplies, a leading manufacturer and distributor of agricultural fencing supplies, announces that it has acquired Forester Industries, LLC.
Forester Industries, LLC is the exclusive manufacturer of PasturePro® fence products. Using a patented process, Forester Industries creates lighter, stronger wood-plastic composite posts for electric fence systems. Manufactured in Nevada, Mo., PasturePro® posts contain no fiberglass or PVC and are approved for use in Certified Organic food production and handling. Since 2005, the PasturePro® post has been selected by industry professionals as a permanent fence post solution over metal t-posts and fiberglass rods.
The 2014 Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows look forward to hosting their second week of competition May 13–18 at Old Salem Farm in North Salem, NY. Throughout two weeks, the competition features over 130 hunter and jumper classes, bringing together top competitors, including Olympic show jumpers, from across the country to compete for almost $500,000 in prize money.
When Buck Davidson found his lucky red socks stashed in the corner of his camper the other day, he knew it was a good omen. Then, when he and Copper Beech scored 43 in dressage – the horse’s owner Carl Segal’s favorite number – he figured he had this event in the bag. Who can argue with fate?
Sunday, Davidson (Riegelsville, Pa.) and the eight-year-old Irish gelding won the CCI3* at the Jersey Fresh Three-Day Event when they finished on 50.8 with a clear round, moving up from second place when overnight leader Phillip Dutton and Fernhill Fugitive had a rail down.
School is almost out, but the new year of the USEF High School Equestrian Athlete program is about to begin. If you know a high schooler that rides, remind them to sign up for the 2014-2015 season today. They’ll be ready to get recognized for their hard work as equestrians, and they’ll save $5 on the application fee if they sign up before June 1.