Show Reports
January 2018 - Dressage Holiday Special
Written by content corralled by sales associate Anne Hempy
Wednesday, 27 December 2017 01:18
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Santa is among the stars at Cornerstone Events competition at Los Angeles Equestrian Center.

content corralled by sales associate Anne Hempy

 

Katelyn Mosle had a busy weekend competing with 6 horses in classes ranging from Training Level to FEI Intermediate 1. She is pictured here with Diavolino 5. They placed 2nd in both the FEI PSG and I-1. Photo: Tamara with the Camera

Santa with Velvet WD and Emma Weinert O’Rourke. Photo: Marissa Krupa

Hilda Gurney celebrating her victory with Iris in the mare’s first Prix St. Georges. Iris is co-owned by Hilda and Rick Roeder. Hilda’s students (L-R) are Vicky Matisi, Tara Federico, Emily Goldman, Amy Ewing, Alison Kaulakis, and Barbara Parkening. Photo: Adrienne Bessey

Adrienne Bessey and Dido winning the FEI Freestyle, Intermediate I. Photo: Barbara Bella

One of Santa’s canine friends sharing his love and his wish list. Photo: Marissa Krupa

Santa celebrating ugly Christmas sweaters with Lifestyle and Weejee and (L-R) Amanda Barr Olson, Nicole Bhathal, Marcus Bhathal, Alex Bhathal, Pat Hart, and Kelsea Nataren.Photo: Marissa Krupa

Santa with MHS Magnestar and JR/YR Alexa Brown. Photo: Marissa Krupa

Nick Wagman won the Open Grand Prix on both days with two different horses that Nick has trained up the levels. Both horses are owned by Beverly Gepfer. Saturday’s win came on Zenith (see other photo of Nick) with a score of 70.5, and Sunday it was Don John (this photo) who took the blue ribbon with a score of 70.3 in his Grand Prix debut. Photos: Terri Miller Photography

Nick Wagman won the Open Grand Prix on both days with two different horses that Nick has trained up the levels. Both horses are owned by Beverly Gepfer. Saturday’s win came on Zenith (this photo) with a score of 70.5, and Sunday it was Don John (see other photo of Nick) who took the blue ribbon with a score of 70.3 in his Grand Prix debut. Photos: Terri Miller Photography

Nicole Weston riding Magical Creation, owned by Terry Rosoff, in Fourth Level. Photo: Barbara Bella

 
December 2017 - Show Report: Galway Downs International Event
Written by CRM
Thursday, 30 November 2017 23:37
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Alliston, Bouscaren & Braitling take top honors.

As Galway Downs celebrates 20 years of equestrian competition, their stage was set for an exciting weekend of three-day eventing. The 2017 Galway Downs International Event was held Nov. 2-5 in Temecula, complete with award-winning food and evening entertainment including LeAnn Rimes. The show began with horses and riders dressed to the nines for the horse inspection. The Ground Jury approved 61 international pairs and all 29 Training Three-Day (T3D) competitors to begin competition, which got underway in the dressage arenas.

 
December 2017 - Show Report: 37th Annual Foxfield Medal Finals
Written by by Jaime Krupnick Geffen
Thursday, 30 November 2017 23:28
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Foxfield’s own David Scapa continues a great medal season by winning the Foxfield Medal Finals in early October on Dream Catcher.

Dreams come true during a true “family affair” weekend.

by Jaime Krupnick Geffen

Foxfield Riding School opened their gates and their “home” to 22 excellent Medal Finalists Oct. 7-8 in Westlake Village. After months of preparation and an extraordinary course built by Mike Nielson, the Foxfield Medal Finals began early Saturday morning.

 
November 2017 - Norco Horse Affair Is A Hit
Written by photos: Andrea Kaus Photography
Monday, 30 October 2017 20:52
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Something for everybody at inaugural weekend gathering.

photos: Andrea Kaus Photography

The First Annual Norco Horse Affair, presented by Fran and Bill Klovstad, owners of Thrifty Horse, was a big hit. It was held Oct. 6-8 at the George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center in “Horsetown USA,” Norco.

 
July 2017 - Inaugural Event A Resounding Success
Written by CRM
Saturday, 01 July 2017 20:00
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Stella Buckingham Wins the Top Prize in The American Tradition of Excellence Equitation Challenge.

Over seventy junior and amateur entries took to The Oaks International Grand Prix Field for the inaugural American Tradition of Excellence Equitation Challenge, presented by Whitethorne. Moving up from eighth to first, twelve-year-old Stella Buckingham earned an impressive win aboard Nom de Guerre.

 
July 2017 - Memorial Day Classic
Written by CRM
Saturday, 01 July 2017 19:49
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Memorial Day Weekend was an especially memorable one for contenders in the Langer Equestrian Group’s Memorial Day Classic. Perfect weather and a friendly atmosphere set the stage for competition ranging from beyond-adorable pony riders navigating a course of poles on the ground to Amy Hess taking home another win in Saturday night’s $15,000 Grand Prix. Staged at its long-running home at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, the show also featured nice tributes to those serving our country through charity partner Operation Gratitude.

 
May 2017 - IEL Medal Finals
Written by photos: Kristin Lee Photography
Friday, 28 April 2017 23:33
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photos: Kristin Lee Photography

 
May 2017 - Flawless Final
Written by by Dana Rossmeier, US Equestrian Communications Department • photos: Terri Miller
Friday, 28 April 2017 23:23
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McLain Ward and HH Azur deliver five flawless rounds to capture Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final title.

by Dana Rossmeier, US Equestrian Communications Department • photos: Terri Miller

On his 17th attempt, McLain Ward with HH Azur won the 2017 Longines FEI World Cup™ Final title on Sunday, April 2 in front of an electric home crowd in Omaha’s CenturyLink Center. The 2016 Rio Olympic team silver medalist combination jumped five consecutive clean rounds to secure the title that has eluded him his entire career.

 
December 2016 - Show Report: NCEA West Coast Hunt Seat Medal Finals
Written by CRM
Thursday, 01 December 2016 22:08
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Junior riders grab big opportunity at inaugural collegiate event.

HITS Desert Horse Park in Thermal hosted the top riders from the NCEA Junior Hunt Seat Medal Ranking List to compete in the inaugural West Coast NCEA Junior Hunt Seat Medal Final at National Sunshine II on Nov. 12. The West Coast NCEA Medal Final allowed pre-college equestrians to compete in the spotlight, increasing their exposure for collegiate equestrian scholarships.

 
November 2016 - Area VI Eventing Championships
Written by CRM
Tuesday, 01 November 2016 05:06
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Good turn-out, good times & high quality performances at Twin Rivers Ranch.

This year’s Area VI Eventing Championships helped contribute to a terrific turn-out for the Fall Horse Trials at Twin Rivers, which ran concurrently Sept. 23-25 with the Championships and the US Eventing Association’s Future Event Horse Championships. All were staged by the Baxter family at their Twin Rivers Ranch in Paso Robles. Exhibitors heaped praise on the organizers for another well-done event.

 
November 2016 - Show Report: Sacramento International Horse Show
Written by CRM
Tuesday, 01 November 2016 04:57
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Audrey Coulter scores a big win in World Cup league.

Not a seat was left in the arena and the boisterous, sold-out crowd was entertained with a field of 28 competitive starters and a course designed by 2016 Rio Olympic Show Jumping Course Designer, Guilherme Jorge.

 
December 2017 - Show Report: Zone Jumper Team Championships
Written by CRM
Thursday, 30 November 2017 23:32
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US Equestrian Youth Chef d’Equipe DiAnn Langer led the riders meeting with more than 60 riders along with their parents and trainers present. Photo: Megan Lacy/USHJA Archives

Headstart on the Jumping Athlete Pathway for contenders in Thermal.

The final set of 2017 USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships wrapped up at the scenic HITS Thermal Desert Horse Park Nov. 12 with the Individual competition in the Zones 9 & 10 Jumper Team Championships. The competition ran Nov. 10-12 and offered team and individual competition for Jumper riders competing at 1.10/1.15m, 1.20/1.25m and 1.30/1.35m.

 
November 2017 - International Jumping Festival Highlights
Written by photos: Kim F. Miller & McCool Photography
Monday, 30 October 2017 21:00
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photos: Kim F. Miller & McCool Photography

Blenheim EquiSports’ late September show offered a full slate of hunter, equitation and jumping finales. Many of the stars pictured here will move onto the organizer’s final event of the year, the Las Vegas National Horse Show, slated for Nov. 14-19. Along with round five of the Longines/FEI World Cup™ Jumping league in the West, the Las Vegas competition hosts several showdowns. These include the Markel Grand Prix Series Finals, the Interactive Mortgage U25 Series Finals, the WCE Medal Finals, and the Show Jumping Hall of Fame JR/AO Jumper Final West.

 

 
September 2017 - Show Report: Menlo Charity Horse Show
Written by photos by Alden Corrigan
Thursday, 31 August 2017 20:58
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Perpetual trophies and smiles are highlights of heritage horse show.

photos by Alden Corrigan

The 47th Annual Menlo Charity Horse Show, benefiting the Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, closed the books on yet another memorable week of Heritage horse show tradition Aug. 8-13 at the exclusive Menlo Circus Club in the Bay Area’s Atherton.

 
July 2017 - Show Report: WCHR West Coast Hunter Spectacular
Written by CRM
Saturday, 01 July 2017 19:55
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Jenny Karazissis and Undeniable were not to be denied in showcase class.

Coastal Southern California’s traditional “June Gloom” weather was no match for the brilliant performances in the $25,000 World Championship Hunter Rider West Coast Hunter Spectacular. Incorporating rounds at three fence heights, 3’6”, 3’9” and 4’0”, this fifth West Coast staging of the class drew a wide range of experience in horses and riders, highlighted by an eighth-place finish from 12-year-old Augusta Iwasaki on Vlock Show Stables’ Boris.

 
May 2017 - The Fun Kind Of Studies!
Written by photos by Sarit Mintz
Friday, 28 April 2017 23:38
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About the Photographer Sarit Mintz: Sixteen year old Sarit has been riding for six years and began taking photographs in 2014. She’s a regular shutterbug on the IEA Zone 10 circuit and will be available during the non-school summer months for assignments in the Bay Area. For more information, visit www.saritmphotography.com.

IEA Zone 10-ers are zoned in for regional high school and middle school team finals.

photos by Sarit Mintz

The Interscholastic Equestrian Association’s Zone 10 Finals hosted a total of 288 riders March 25-26 at the Brookside Equestrian Park in the Sacramento area’s Elk Grove. The competition determined which teams would go forward to the IEA National Hunt Seat Finals in late April in Lexington, KY. They are the Red Barn and Woodside high school teams and the Sonoma Valley Stables and Elvenstar Orange County middle school teams.

 
May 2017 - World Cup Dressage
Written by by Kathleen Landwehr, US Equestrian Communications Department • photos: Terri Miller
Friday, 28 April 2017 23:27
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Reserve champs Laura Graves & Verdades ride past the “kiss & cry” box with U.S. chef d’equipe Rober Dover and coach Debbie McDonald.

Graves is second and Steffen Peters and Kasey Perry-Glass in top 10 among world’s best in Omaha.

by Kathleen Landwehr, US Equestrian Communications Department • photos: Terri Miller

Laura Graves and Verdades scored a personal best Grand Prix Freestyle of 85.307% to place second in the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final on Saturday, April 1 in Omaha. Kasey Perry-Glass and Goerklintgaards Dublet and Steffen Peters and Rosamunde closed out the competition in the top 10.

 
December 2016 - Show Report: LAHJA Medal Finals
Written by Marnye Langer
Thursday, 01 December 2016 23:17
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Rollin, Renee & Morgan rock LAHJA Junior, Senior & Pony Medal Finals.

by Marnye Langer

Despite the challenges brought about because of the EHV outbreak at Los Angeles Equestrian Center, causing Langer Equestrian Group to move the LA Season Finale to Hansen Dam Equestrian Center only 14 days before the start of the Nov. 17-20 show, the competition and the LAHJA Junior, Senior, and Pony Finals came off beautifully.

 
December 2016 - Show Report: Las Vegas National
Written by Kim F. Miller
Thursday, 01 December 2016 21:42
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Christian Heineking & a slew of fellow show jumpers stake their claim on Wild West city.

by Kim F. Miller • photos by McCool Photography

When the World Cup Finals first went to Las Vegas in 2000, show jumping in the “Entertainment Capital of the World” was a revolutionary idea. Gazing at a ginormous horse and cowboy statue in the hallway of the South Point Hotel & Casino, it was fun to reflect on the changes that revolution has wrought. English style equestrians have clearly staked their claim on this wild west city.

 
November 2016 - Longines Masters of Los Angeles
Written by CRM
Tuesday, 01 November 2016 05:00
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Show jumping dominates the spotlight, while polo and dressage coattail on success of an event that’s building fan base for equestrian sport.

Daniel Deusser of Germany and Equita van’t Zorgvliet emerged as champions of the Longines Masters of Los Angeles’ main event, the Longines Grand Prix. The Oct. 2 class closed four days of top level, fan friendly show jumping held at the Long Beach Convention Center, Sept. 29-Oct. 2.

 
November 2016 - Locals Only
Written by report & photos by Kim F. Miller
Tuesday, 01 November 2016 04:51
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Enrique Gonzalez emerges atop three-horse jump-off in the Del Mar International’s marquee class.

report & photos by Kim F. Miller

The surfer’s slogan “Locals Only” was a good fit for the winners circle at the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Del Mar on Saturday, Oct. 22. Enrique Gonzalez, Eric Navet and Eduardo Menezes ride for foreign countries, but they are transplanted Californians at this point and proud of it.

 
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