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Lisa Slade

June 26, 2014

New Zealand Names World Games Eventing Team

Equestrian Sports New Zealand named their eventing line-up for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in France on June 26.

The team is as follows:

  • Andrew Nicholson on Nereo (owned by Libby Sellar) or Avebury (owned by Rosemary and Mark Barlow)
  • Sir Mark Todd on Leonidas (owned by Peter Cattrell and Di Brunsden)
  • Tim Price on Wesko (owned by Christina Knudsen, Peter Vela, Lucy Sangster and Kate Watchman)
  • Jock Paget* on Clifton Promise (owned by Frances Stead and Russell Hall) *subject to availability pending FEI suspension

June 25, 2014

Tryon Equestrian Partners Announce International Equestrian Center And Resort

Tryon Equestrian Partners announced officially today, June 25, the Tryon International Equestrian Center and Tryon Resort. Located in Mill Spring, N.C., the center is located on 1,400 acres that were formerly part of the planned White Oak Community.

June 17, 2014

Emory & Henry College Takes Over Former Virginia Intermont Equestrian Program

Emory & Henry College announced June 17 that the college will take over management and ownership of the Virginia Intermont College equestrian teams and equine science program. Virginia Intermont closed at the end of this year’s spring semester due to financial and accreditation woes.The program is now called Intermont Equestrian at Emory & Henry College, and the equestrian center will remain at its current location in Bristol, Va., about 20 minutes from Emory & Henry’s main campus in Emory, Va.

June 13, 2014

Harold Chopping And His Buddy Caramo Top $25,000 Atlanta Summer USHJA International Hunter Derby

Conyers, Ga.—June 13

With their first round, Caramo and Harold Chopping hit a home run. Scores of 88 and 87 with 4 additional points for high options from each judging panel in the classic round of the $25,000 Atlanta Summer USHJA International Hunter Derby gave them 183 points. It also earned them a healthy lead over second-placed Ashton Alexander on Lordano and that pair’s first round score of 165.5.

June 12, 2014

Chris Hickey Working As Head Trainer At Havensafe Farm

Dressage rider Chris Hickey is now employed as head trainer at Betsy Juliano’s Havensafe Farm, which has locations in Middlefield, Ohio, and Wellington, Fla. Hickey’s position at Havensafe is the one George Williams vacated at the end of the Florida show season. Hickey announced he was leaving previous employer Hilltop Farm on March 28.

June 8, 2014

Many Held But All Eventually Pass Jaguar Land Rover Bromont CCI Jog

Bromont, Quebec—June 8

All three-star horses presented at today’s second horse inspection at the Jaguar Land Rover Bromont CCI passed. Two—Mackenna Shea’s Landioso, third in the division, and Kendal Lehari’s Totally Frank, 10th after cross-country—were held.

In the CCI**, only Naughty By Nature, presented by Canada’s Natasha Keill, was held. He also passed upon re-inspection.

May 27, 2014

Updated: Jill Burnell Pleads Guilty To Animal Cruelty

Jill Burnell, owner of Gray Fox Farm in Marin County, Calif., was sentenced May 9 to four years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to one charge of animal cruelty, as was reported by Rate My Horse Pro, who obtained the court documents from the case.

May 22, 2014

Totilas Wins Comeback Competition

Totilas, a surprise and last-minute entry with Germany’s Matthias Rath at this week’s Kapellen CDI*** in Belgium, topped the Grand Prix on 78.68 percent after two years out of the show ring.

May 19, 2014

Four U.S. Horses Entered At Luhmühlen CCI****

Three riders from the United States will contest the Luhmühlen CCI****, June 12-15 in Germany. Boyd Martin, who’s coming back from a broken leg, is entered aboard 2012 London Olympic Games mount Otis Barbotiere and new partner Shamwari 4. Clark Montgomery is slated to ride Loughan Glen, who he retired on cross-country after a stop at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton CCI****.

May 16, 2014

Four Horses Dead After Receiving Compounded Medication

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced May 15 that four horses have died after receiving compounded drug products, containing pyrimethamine and toltrazuril, used to treat equine protozoal myeloencephalitis. The compounds originated at Wickliffe Pharmacy in Lexington, Ky.

Six additional horses have suffered adverse effects, including fever and seizure, from the medication but are now recovering.

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