WESTPORT, CT - August 3, 2014 - Thanks to Ariat International and the dedication of three volunteers in the Champions Equine Service program, three well-deserving charities devoted to horse welfare and the horse-human bond are receiving grants.
"He always wants to cuddle," she explained. "If you're having a rough day, he'll sit there and lick your face and your neck and make sure you're feeling better. We call him 'Monster' because he's so big, but he's also the sweetest."
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Love horses? come one hour West of Washington D.C. to Virginia's lush hunt country to experience great outdoor family fun during the 60th running of the Virginia Fall Steeplechase Races held at Glennwood Park in Middleburg, Virginia on Saturday, October 4th, 2014.
Middleburg, VA — Attwood Equestrian Surfaces, the original manufacturer of polymer-coated, dust-free footing in the USA, is proud to announce the addition of TerraNova to their line of footings. TerraNova requires no watering, is dust-free and best of all is non-tacky like other polymered or waxed surfaces. Nick Attwood, president of AES said “We have been researching footing solutions for riders in hot and arid conditions and came up with what is really our best riding surface yet.
Chantilly, France – Victoria Colvin of Loxahatchee, FL, proudly represented the United States in the Global Champions Tour event in Chantilly, France, claiming two victories. The opportunity to compete in Chantilly, France, from July 24 to 27 was one of the prizes on offer to the winner of this year’s Artisan Farms Young Rider Grand Prix Series (AFYRGPS), presented by The Dutta Corp. in association with Guido Klatte, held during the FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL.
Lexington, KY - July 26, 2014 - Going three-for-three, Pablo Barrios has won all of the $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic events to date, giving him a very solid lead in the standings for the 2014 Hagyard Challenge Series. Barrios and his veteran partner Zara Leandra bested an eight-horse jump-off to earn their third victory during the Kentucky Summer Horse Show on Thursday night, putting him well ahead of the other riders vying for the $50,000 Leading Rider Bonus.