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February 23, 2015

Will Simpson And The Dude Are On Fire In The Desert

A month ago, the Chronicle talked to Will Simpson after he’d won four grand prix classes in a row as the HITS Desert Circuit in Thermal, Calif., got underway. That seemed like a pretty remarkable accomplishment.

February 23, 2015

Every Second Counts: Fibonacci Flies At WEF

Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum joked that Fibonacci 17 won the high-jump contest over every fence in the $372,000 Suncast® CSI 5* Grand Prix on Feb. 21 in Week 7 of the Winter Equestrian Festival.

February 16, 2015

Watch Tori Colvin Win Her Fourth WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular

Want to see Tori Colvin and Ovation's winning rounds in the $100,000 WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular?

Here's her Round 1 trip....

And Round 2, the handy hunter round...


February 15, 2015

Cedric Redeems Himself In The $150,000 Ocala Grand Prix

Ocala, Fla.—Feb. 15  

Redemption was pretty sweet for Laura Kraut. Still sporting a black eye from her mishaps in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup with Cedric, where they came to grief in the triple combination in both rounds two days before, she proudly declared him back to his old self.

And he looked it in the $150,000 Ocala Grand Prix, blazing to the top of a jump-off that took fast, faster and fastest to a new level.

February 14, 2015

Waters Outruns The World At HITS Ocala

Ocala, Fla.—Feb. 14  

Glancing down the start order for the $34,000 Jumper Classic 1.45-meter speed class at HITS Ocala today, Hayley Waters’ name didn’t really stand out. There were a lot of big international guns in town this weekend for yesterday’s Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup, and Waters is just 18.

February 13, 2015

Irish Team Educates Its Horses With Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Win In Ocala

Ocala, Fla.–Feb. 13  

The Irish team for the Furuisyya FEI Nations Cup came to Ocala looking for a quiet, educational day for their four horses—all of whom were competing in a Nations Cup for the first time.

What they left with was the win in a class that saw lots of twists and turns as it played out, with a few shock results for the home team. The U.S. team of veterans held on for second place, buoyed by double-clean performances from both Beezie Madden and Georgina Bloomberg.

February 9, 2015

McLain And Lauren Ward Welcome Baby Girl

Olympic gold medal show jumper McLain Ward and his wife, Lauren, welcomed a baby girl on the morning of Feb. 9. 

"At 7:49 this morning Lilly Kristine Ward was born. Lauren was incredible as always and our daughter leaves me speechless. I am so grateful for both my girls and all who have loved us," McLain said.

February 2, 2015

Who Won What This Weekend?

The talk of the weekend was for sure the $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase, the first time a three-star cross-country course has been run in the heart of South Florida's dressage and show jumping mecca of Wellington. Boyd Martin took command in the dressage aboard Trading Aces and didn't look back to take the big win. 

February 2, 2015

As Laine Saw It: The $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase Helmet-Cam

Laine Ashker, who was third in the $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase on her longtime partner and off-the-track Thoroughbred Anthony Patch, has some fantastic helmet-cam footage of her cross-country ride. We paired it up with footage of her ride so you can see the whole picture!

For more archived video coverage of the $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase, including all of the cross-country action and a drone fly-over course walk, click here. 

February 1, 2015

Every Second Counts: The Battle Of The Chestnut Mares At WEF Week 4

It was a battle of fast chestnut mares on Jan. 31 under the lights for the $372,000 FEI Fidelity Investments World Cup Qualifier CSI-W***** at Week 4 of the Winter Equestrian Festival, and in the end it was Marie Hecart and Myself de Breve who took home the top check over Ben Maher on Diva. 

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