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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.