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Lisa Slade

July 29, 2016

Hansen Goes From Equine Lameness To NAJYRC Dressage Gold

Parker, Colo.—July 29

In 2014, Nicholas Hansen listened as his veterinarian told him some devastating news about his mount, Ritter Benno. The horse had a stifle injury, and the chances he’d come back to full dressage work? They were not good.

But fast forward to today, when Hansen and “Ritter” led the victory gallop for the FEI Young Rider Individual test at the Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships, gold medal draped around Hansen’s neck, and Ritter outfitted in a championship cooler. 

July 28, 2016

Vaulting Lessons And Getting Bucked Off: Region 3’s Road To NAJYRC Junior Gold

Parker, Colo—July 28

After a day of FEI Junior Team tests at the Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships, Region 3 triumphed over Region 4 and the combined team from Regions 1 and 6 with a final tally of 65.76 percent.  

July 20, 2016

Trailer Stolen From Tryon International Equestrian Center

When eventer Erika Adams went out to her trailer to fetch hay for her horse early Wednesday morning, she realized her trailer wasn’t where she’d left it. If fact, her trailer wasn’t in the parking lot of the Tryon International Equestrian Center, located in Mill Spring, N.C., at all anymore.

July 19, 2016

Denmark Finalizes Olympic Games Dressage Team

Denmark, who qualified a composite dressage team of four riders from the Fédération Equestre Internationale rankings, finalized its team for the Olympic Games July 19.

The team is:

Anna Kasprzak on Donnperignon

Cathrine Dufour on Atterupgaards Cassidy

Agnete Kirk Thinggaard on Jojo AZ

Anders Dahl on Selten HW 

Traveling alternate:

Daniel Bachmann Andersen on Blue Hors Hotline

June 29, 2016

Scott Brash Out Of Contention For Olympics

British show jumper Scott Brash, currently ranked fifth in the world, won’t compete at this year’s Olympic Games in Rio due to issues with both of his top horses. According to the British Equestrian Federation, both Hello Sanctos and Hello M’Lady sustained minor injuries at the beginning of this season and are still not in full work.

June 28, 2016

Carl Hester Announces Uthopia Will Remain At His Yard

After weeks of uncertainty following the sale of Olympic gold medalist Utophia at a public auction, Carl Hester announced via his Facebook page on June 28 that the stallion will remain at his yard.

June 17, 2016

A First Look At The Tryon AEC Track

When you’re building a cross-country course from scratch, you have the chance to imagine the best possible version of it—to reinvent the wheel in some ways. 

And that’s what happened at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, N.C.—this year’s site of the Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships and next year’s spot for The Fork CIC***— when the minds behind it started setting a brand new track on their brand new piece of property. 

June 14, 2016

Behind The Stall Door With: Chamonix H

Kelli Cruciotti had a breakout year in 2015, winning the $100,000 Sapphire Grand Prix of Devon (Pa.) with her Chamonix H, and this year she’s followed that up with some big results in the Under-25 grand prix classes, including winning the Artisan Farms Under-25 series during the Winter Equestrian Festival (Fla.)

June 11, 2016

Vanderveen Earns Her First Five-Star Win In $380,000 Horseware Ireland Tryon Grand Prix

June 11—Mill Spring, N.C.

Kristen Vanderveen got the first Fédération Equestre Internationale victory of her career here at the Tryon International Equestrian Center last year with Bull Run’s Faustino De Tili. So it was only fitting that she followed that up with another first in Tryon—her first CSI***** win in the $380,000 Horseware Ireland Grand Prix, also on “Frosty.” This was also the first five-star held at the Tryon facility. 

June 10, 2016

Need I Say’s Handy All The Way To Tryon $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby Win

June 10—Mill Spring, N.C.

Seeing Kelley Farmer’s name at the top of the scoreboard after a hunter derby? Totally normal. 

Seeing Farmer’s name listed as winning co-owner instead of rider? Slightly less so.

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