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Safety was a key concern during the group’s convention in Texas, where hot topics included lack of proper emergency medical assistance, keeping track of horse falls and examinations of sport integrity.
A new addition to the four-year-old show proves extremely popular, capping a day of competition with an evening of excitement.
A charitable gesture shone bright after a hotly contested competition, putting a perspective on what’s important beyond the trappings of victory.
The American Gold Cup show was the venue for great sport, with a new star rising to the top Sunday on his quest to qualify for next spring’s Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping finals in Paris.
The HITS Million in upstate Saugerties, N.Y., was a mesmerizing class, as entry after entry failed to achieve a fault-free trip. The top prize went to a rider who jumped clean, but wasn’t perfect.
The $50,000 Longines Cup was hard-fought over a very difficult course at the high-end show in the heart of Long Island’s playground for the rich and famous.
An excellent 4-star grand prix drew a capacity crowd to the North Carolina facility that will host many more people and horses for a very special thirteen days of competition next year.
A new feature at one of the country’s oldest horse shows was a resounding success, captivating the crowd and getting enthusiastic reviews from participants.
The competitors who dominated the Intermediaire I, Grand Prix and Under 25 national dressage championships at the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation headquarters in Gladstone, N.J. had something special in common.