Show Reports
January 2016 - IEHJA Fall Festival
Written by Patti Schooley
Saturday, 02 January 2016 05:28
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Inland Empire H/J Association introduces new format to the delight of competitors.

by Patti Schooley • photos by: Cami Jo Contreras; Allie Sibley; Jessica Abbott; Patti Schooley

The Inland Empire Hunter Jumper Association (IEHJA) kicked off its 2015 Fall Festival at the City of Industry Expo Center by adding a third show day, Fri., Nov. 13, for a “jumpers only extravaganza.” This new format proved “lucky” for many competitors and trainers alike as they could concentrate on their jumper rides. Many competitors commented that this was a less stressful approach to showing as their jumper and hunter horse was often one in the same. Alternatively, riders who only wanted to compete in jumper classes could trailer in for the day and not incur overnight boarding costs.

 
December 2015 - Full House
Written by Kim F. Miller
Saturday, 28 November 2015 04:50
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The Las Vegas National Horse Show has come a long way, baby!

photos & report by Kim F. Miller

At the press conference following Saturday night’s exciting Longines FEI™ World Cup class, organizer Robert Ridland recalled the show starting with roughly 80 horses. This year’s running at the South Point Hotel & Casino Equestrian Center saw about 600, with several that had to be turned away.

 
December 2015 - Show Report: Galway Downs International Three Day Event
Written by Ann Haller
Saturday, 28 November 2015 04:39
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Phillip Dutton & Tamie Smith finish great seasons with more wins.

by Ann Haller • photos by Alicia Anthony

Phillip Dutton has been in this position many times—last to go with not a rail in hand. He’d already jumped a clear round on the young Mr. Candyman, who could then finish no lower than fourth in the headline CCI3* division, at the Galway Downs International Three-Day Event on Oct. 28-Nov. 1.

 
December 2015 - Congrats To All!
Written by CRM
Saturday, 28 November 2015 04:00
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Fabulous Finishes at LA Season Finale.

all photos courtesy Flying Horse Photography

The Los Angeles Hunter Jumper Association Medal Finals for Juniors, Seniors and Pony riders attracted a season’s worth of top riders to the LA Season Finale, Nov. 12-15, produced by Langer Equestrian Group at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center.

 
November 2015 - Del Mar International
Written by Kim F. Miller
Sunday, 01 November 2015 04:57
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Beezie & Simon. Photo: Kim F. Miller

Richard Spooner & Cristallo. Clear til the very last fence. Drat! Photo: Kim F. Miller

Beezie Madden & Simon top a terrific weekend of show jumping.

by Kim F. Miller

Can’t beat having two-time Olympian Beezie Madden in the house for the third West Coast leg of the Longines FEI World CupTM North American League. Beezie and her 2013 World Cup Finals champion partner Simon were simply flawless in their win on Saturday, Oct. 17 in the Del Mar Arena.

 
November 2015 - Show Report: NorCal Medal Finals
Written by CRM
Saturday, 31 October 2015 15:56
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Great turn-out, horsemanship progress and prizes on display in season finale.

The Northern California Hunter/Jumper Association Medal Finals Horse Show concluded on Oct. 11, at Brookside Horse Park. The show was sold out and the Medal Finals themselves had a record number of finalists.

 
November 2015 - Belle Calkin Triumphs at Foxfield Finals
Written by Kim F. Miller
Saturday, 31 October 2015 06:11
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Proud traditions of first-rate horsemanship and fun celebrate 44th year at world famous riding school.

photos and article by Kim F. Miller

From the moment members of a local Boy Scout troop ushered us to a shady parking spot on the cross-country course to the moment they ushered us out, the 44th annual Foxfield Medal Final was a delightful day of challenging horsemanship and nice people in a beautiful setting.

 
October 2015 - California Dressage Society Championships
Written by Yellow Horse Marketing for the California Dressage Society
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 21:41
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Triple digit heat is no match for Golden State stars.

by Yellow Horse Marketing for the California Dressage Society

Despite triple-digit temperatures, more than 300 competitors found a way to beat the heat and celebrate a final day of outstanding championship competition at the 48th Annual California Dressage Society (CDS) Annual Championship Show and Great American Insurance Group/United States Dressage Federation (USDF) Region 7 Championships, held Sept. 17-20 in Rancho Murieta.

 
October 2015 - Show Report: CDS Junior Young Rider Championships
Written by Yellow Horse Marketing for the California Dressage Society
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 21:25
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Arianna Barzman-Grennan is one of unique event’s many bright stars.

by Yellow Horse Marketing for the California Dressage Society

Arianna Barzman-Grennan was all smiles as she modeled her new team jacket emblazoned with a bright championship logo. “I’ve always wanted one of these,” she beamed.

 
October 2015 - Dressage Day
Written by Kim F. Miller
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 20:53
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Fun and educational event a big hit at Nellie Gail.

by Kim F. Miller / photos by Nancy Albright, www.nancyalbrightphotography.com

This summer’s national Young Rider dressage champion Catherine Chamberlain was the “mane” attraction at the third annual Dressage Day, Aug. 30, at Nellie Gail Ranch in Orange County.

 
October 2015 - Eve Jobs On A Roll
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 20:26
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Northern Californian gets a great weekend off to a good start in Scarlett’s Speed Derby.

On the Derby Field at the Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park at San Juan Capistrano, competitors and spectators all gathered for the final event of the day, Friday, Sept. 18: the $10,000 Scarlett’s Speed Derby, presented by Walter Oil & Gas.

 
December 2015 - Young Event Horse Championship
Written by CRM
Saturday, 28 November 2015 04:48
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A college breeding project, Pavi’s Sinfandel, takes top honors in the 4-year-old division.

Adult amateur Jamie Lawrence of Northridge could not have been more pleased with her college project at the USEA West Coast Young Event Horse Championships for four-year-old horses.
The Championships were held in Temecula on Wednesday, Oct. 28, in conjunction with the Galway Downs International Event.

 
December 2015 - Spooktacular Time with Friends of Lisa
Written by Cassidy Gallman
Saturday, 28 November 2015 04:29
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Fun Halloween show has special meaning this year.

report and photos by Cassidy Gallman

“Dressage shows are boring,” said no one ever and certainly not when in connection with the third annual Spooktacular dressage show presented by Crackerjack Productions at the Del Mar Horsepark. This show has been this year, and every year since its creation, a highly anticipated event. I would even dare to say more so than the Halloween holiday itself.

 
November 2015 - Show Report: Sacramento International
Written by CRM
Sunday, 01 November 2015 05:02
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Chilean rider Samuel Perot wins World Cup™ class in front of a sell-out crowd.

The Sacramento International Horse Show out-did itself this year with an incredible atmosphere, a phenomenal line up of competitors and a sold out crowd for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Sacramento Presented by Lasher’s Elk Grove Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram. The show took place Sept. 24-27 at the Rancho Murieta Equestrian Center near Sacramento.

 
November 2015 - Longines Masters
Written by CRM
Sunday, 01 November 2015 04:45
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Germany’s Marco Kutscher and Van Gogh were the last and the fastest in the six-horse jump-off, in front of a super appreciative, full house crowd. Photo: Kristin Lee Photography

Scott Brash, world #1 for nearly two years, senses right away that his jump-off time might not stand for the win. He and Hello M’Lady settled for second. Photo: Kristin Lee Photography

Marco Kutscher and Van Gogh Claim Top Prize in the Longines Grand Prix.

Four days of champion caliber show jumping action at the Longines Masters of Los Angeles culminated in Sunday afternoon’s Longines Grand Prix. Thirty-six of the world’s best riders competed in the grand finale of the American leg of the Longines Masters series for $450,000 in prize money, the largest purse in any United States indoor competition. Marco Kutscher and Van Gogh stunned the crowd with a jump-off time of 37.04 seconds to become the first ever winner of the new Longines Masters Series Trophy.

 
November 2015 - Show Report: Woodside International Horse Trials
Written by CRM
Saturday, 31 October 2015 06:17
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Lauren Billys, Kelly Pugh & Ruth Bley win their divisions.

Lauren Billys held a 4.6-point lead before the final cross-country phase of the CIC3* at the Woodside International Horse Trials, and she used every bit of the lead she’d built on the first day to eke out a victory over James Alliston on Tivoli.

Billys and Castle Larchfield Purdy added 4.4 time penalties, to win by just .2 penalties (57.5 to 57.7). Alliston also finished third on Parker (60.6).

 
November 2015 - John French Dominates in D.C.
Written by CRM
Saturday, 31 October 2015 06:08
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Northern California-based trainer has unprecedented success in the WIHS hunter ring.

Northern California-based John French had unprecedented success in the professional hunter divisions at the Washington International Horse Show, Oct. 20-25 in downtown Washington D.C. He took home three championships, three reserve championships, two Grand Hunter Championships, and the 2015 WIHS Leading Hunter Rider title.

 
October 2015 - Ransome Reigns
Written by Kim F. Miller
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 21:30
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Ransome Rombauer and Lalonde

Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals West.

report and photos by Kim F. Miller

Ransome Rombauer continued her ascent in the equitation and jumping rings with a victory in the Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals West. They were held during the International Jumping Festival at the Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park, Sept. 18-19, in San Juan Capistrano.

 
October 2015 - PCHA Medal Finals
Written by Kim F. Miller
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 21:01
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PCHA 14 & Under Horsemanship Medal Finals winner Grady Lyman, with trainer Karen Stubbs and coach Karen Healey, and some of the many people who make the Portuguese Bend National Horse Show the USEF-sanctioned

Grady Lyman, Virginia Fout & Jesse Schurtleff among stars at Portuguese Bend National Horse Show.

The Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is far from the only beneficiary of the Portuguese Bend National Horse Show. Designated a “heritage” show by the United States Equestrian Federation, the PBNHS celebrated its 58th year, Sept. 4-6 in the Los Angeles area’s Rolling Hills Estates.

It blends top regional competition with genuine community appeal and involvement, including an army of cheerful volunteers all clad in blue and white checked shirts.

 
October 2015 - Maclay Regionals
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 20:49
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Third time is a charm for Genevieve Meyer.

Qualifying for the prestigious ASPCA Maclay Finals at the CP National Horse Show in Lexington, KY, requires a top placing in one of eight Regionals throughout the country. Four of those eight qualifying competitions awarded winners Saturday, Sept. 12.

 
October 2015 - Show Report: Inaugural International CDI-W
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 20:21
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Debut event at Epona Farms sees Steffen Peters and Legolas 92 top 81%.

“Spectacular” seemed to be the word of the weekend, recounting the first ever International CDI-W, held at Michael Fowler’s Epona Farms in Thousand Oaks. Highlighting the excitement was Steffen Peters’ winning score of 81.325% in the Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday night in front of a sold-out crowd.

 
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