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Lindsay Berreth

April 18, 2016

UPDATED: 2016 Rolex Kentucky CCI**** Withdrawals

With just over a week to go until the first horse inspection at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****, names are starting to come off the original list of 90 due to injuries and re-routes. We'll update this list as withdrawals are announced.

Jennie Brannigan and Catalina

On April 15, Brannigan announced via her Facebook page that she was withdrawing the mare to focus on a spring CCI***.

April 10, 2016

Black’s Ready For Rolex With A Win At The Fork CIC***

Norwood, N.C.—April 10

If you had a big, wide table phobia, today’s CIC*** course at The Fork might have given you some sleepless nights.

But those gigantic galloping tables gave Maya Black and the diminutive Doesn’t Play Fair no trouble at all as they galloped home with the fastest time of the day to take the win over 53 other pairs.

Horses bound for the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** made up much of the division, and each pair had their own plan for the day.

April 9, 2016

Black Rises To The Top at The Fork CIC***

Norwood, N.C.—April 9

Two weeks ago, Maya Black and Doesn’t Play Fair were co-leading the Cloud 11-Gavilan North LLC Carolina International CIC*** (N.C.) after dressage, but dropped two rails to ultimately finish second.

This week Black came to The Fork CIC*** determined not to make the same mistake again, and she and “Cody” put in a stylish clear to put the pressure on dressage leaders Jessica Phoenix and Pavarotti.

April 9, 2016

Age Is Just A Number For The Colorful DeCordova

Every now and then, DeCordova will get a little wild when Erin Renfroe leaves the start box at an event, but she just laughs it off.

Because at age 20, the flashy pinto gelding is still gamely tackling intermediate courses with as much gusto as when she first bought him 12 years ago.

“He’s felt better the last two years than he did in his 13 to 17 years,” said Renfroe. “It seems like he’s figured out, and we’ve figured out the right program for him. Every event is just a bonus. He doesn’t owe me anything. Every time we go out I’m just happy to do it.”

April 8, 2016

One To Watch: Mexico’s Daniela Moguel Is Making Her Dreams Come True

Growing up in Mexico City, eventing wasn’t ever on Daniela Moguel’s radar. A horse-crazy kid, she was a member of her local Pony Club and started her riding career show jumping, until one day she saw a poster that changed her life.

“I went to a show, and outside the bathroom was a picture of a girl, Karen O’Connor, jumping into the water, and as soon as I saw the picture, I said, ‘I want to do that,’” she said.

April 8, 2016

Phoenix and Pavarotti Are In Tune At The Fork CIC***

Norwood, N.C.—April 8

It almost seemed a foregone conclusion that CIC*** dressage leaders Maya Black and Doesn’t Play Fair would maintain their winning margin at The Fork today, as top horse after top horse came behind them, but failed to best their score of 41.2 from yesterday.

Elinor MacPhail came close and tied Black, then during the final group of riders, Canadian Jessica Phoenix and Pavarotti cantered down centerline and laid down a solid test to take over the lead on 39.2.

March 31, 2016

Roger Haller Dies At 70

Popular eventing course designer and official Roger Haller died March 30 from cancer. He was 70.

A lifelong horseman, Haller grew up in New Jersey and was riding at the U.S. Equestrian Team’s headquarters in Gladstone, N.J., by the time he was 17. By his early 20s he was serving the sport in several capacities, including as the U.S. Combined Training Association’s Area II chairman and on the boards of the USCTA, the U.S. Pony Clubs and the American Horse Shows Association’s events committee.

March 29, 2016

Behind The Stall Door With: Arthur

In their 12 years together, Allison Springer and Arthur have been around the world and back, contesting the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** six times and picking up many other wins along the way.

Their most recent win came this weekend at the Cloud 11-Gavilan North LLC Carolina International, where they led from start to finish

Arthur was off most of last year with an injury, but he’s back in business and aiming for Kentucky again.

March 26, 2016

Springer and Arthur Stay On Top At Carolina International CIC***

Raeford, N.C.—March 26   

The last time Allison Springer and Arthur galloped around the CIC*** at the Cloud 11-Gavilan North Carolina International, their weekend ended early with Springer sitting on the ground stunned after the notoriously spooky gelding shied at something in the galloping lanes between fences.

But this year they returned, took a hold of the lead and never looked back, taking home the win with a fantastic cross-country ride over Ian Stark’s new track.

March 25, 2016

Ringside Chat With Will Faudree: Getting Back In The Tack

On Sept. 5, four-star eventer Will Faudree suffered a serious fall from a relatively new horse to his stable, Hans Dampf, at the Five Points Horse Trials, held at the Carolina Horse Park.

Faudree, Southern Pines, N.C., fractured his C6 and C7 vertebrae in his neck and experienced numbness on the left side of his body.

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