Training, Boarding & Buying
January 2016 - Nathalie Manning’s Acorn Farm
Written by CRM
Saturday, 02 January 2016 05:06
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Equestrian legacy continues in young trainer’s successful hunter/jumper program.

The world of equestrian sports rests on its history and tradition. Being a legacy in the world of show jumping, Nathalie Manning strives to maintain the history and tradition her family has created in this industry.

 
September 2015 - The Common Threads
Written by Sydney Callaway
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 00:16
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Lesson with Grand Prix rider Michelle Reilly and Umeeko illuminates common ground between jumping and dressage.

by Sydney Callaway

I have spent the past 11 years in an english saddle. I took a few western horsemanship lessons as a young child, and even some beginner vaulting classes, but the majority of my horse education has been through the classic hunt seat training.

 
September 2015 - Horse People: Elizabeth Evans
Written by Kim F. Miller
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 00:10
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Mischief Farm assistant trainer scores another Horsemanship Quiz victory.

by Kim F. Miller

Hunter/jumper trainer Elizabeth Evans has packed a lot of learning into her lifetime and, at 22, she’s only just getting started. The assistant trainer, to her mother, Susan Evans, at Mischief Farm in Moorpark, Elizabeth was Zone 10 winner of the USHJA Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Stable Challenge for trainers this summer.

 
September 2015 - Horse People: Erin Kellerhouse
Written by Margaret Rizzo-McKelvy
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 00:04
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Temecula trainer takes full advantage of the USEA’s Future & Young Event Horse programs.

by Margaret Rizzo-McKelvy

West coast event rider Erin Kellerhouse has extensive experience in both the USEA Future and Young Event Horse Programs, thanks to the folks at Gateway Farm and Peacefield Farm, who trust their talented youngsters to Erin’s program and care.

 
September 2015 - Shayna Simon Dressage
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 00:02
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Move to Arroyo Del Mar is latest step in young trainer’s ascent.

In her 13 years of United States Dressage Federation competition, Shayna Simon has established a solid reputation as an up and coming rider and trainer. For a stretch of that time, she became particularly well regarded for her work with Iberian horses, owing to her success starting and developing horses for the Brookside Equestrian Lusitanos, including her own, Darquetto.

 
August 2015 - Ask Charles Wilhelm
Written by Charles Wilhelm
Monday, 03 August 2015 19:00
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Jumping Pains

Question: I am an english rider and occasionally I do a little jumping. We always start out well with a few good jumps but as we continue, my horse becomes cranky. His head comes up, he flattens his ears and his neck gets stiff. Can you give me some information on why this might be happening and how I may correct this behavior.

 
August 2015 - Equi-Trek
Written by CRM
Monday, 03 August 2015 00:09
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European-style trailers and “horse boxes” now available in the States.

Lynn and Dan Roberges’ path to becoming the U.S. dealers for Equi-Trek Limited horse trailers and “horse boxes” began with their own search for a safe, practical and affordable way to haul their horses.

 
August 2015 - Show Time!
Written by CRM
Sunday, 02 August 2015 23:59
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Ideal San Diego competition facility is ready to welcome more events.

Hunter Equestrian Center is a beautiful facility in North San Diego County that wants to offer its facility to horse show managers looking for a reasonably-priced venue to host their events.

 
June 2015 - DP Saddlery
Written by Administrator
Thursday, 04 June 2015 18:25
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Historical saddle styles gaining new interest thanks to their place in revered horsemanship traditions.

 
May 2015 - Sunset Horse Ranch
Written by CRM
Saturday, 02 May 2015 01:49
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San Diego boarding and training facility is family and horse friendly.

 
May 2015 - Horse People: Cindy Ramirez-Smith
Written by Kim F. Miller
Saturday, 02 May 2015 01:45
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Renaissance horsewoman embodies the welcoming Central Coast equestrian scene.

by Kim F. Miller

 
May 2015 - Monte Vista Christian School
Written by CRM
Saturday, 02 May 2015 01:28
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Strong high school equestrian team is one of Santa Cruz program’s many jewels.

 
April 2015 - Western States Horse Expo
Written by Press Release
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 22:53
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Seventeenth annual event rolls out red carpet.

 

 
April 2015 - Propads
Written by Press Release
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 22:41
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Pads provide shock absorption plus frog support for shod horses.

 
March 2015 - Question Corral
Written by Rebecca Bruce
Monday, 02 March 2015 00:21
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Question Corral with Rebecca Bruce

 
February 2015 - Hang Up & Ride!
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 05:23
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Clinics geared toward gaining a “feel of” your horse embody Dustin Davis’ attention-centered approach.

 
February 2015 - Question Corral
Written by Rebecca Bruce
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 05:20
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Question Corral with Rebecca Bruce

 
February 2015 - Act Now: Enjoy Later
Written by Press Release
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 05:08
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Now is the time to prevent this summer’s flies with Fly Eliminators.

 
January 2015 - Question Corral with Jennifer McFall
Written by Jennifer McFall
Wednesday, 31 December 2014 19:32
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Reader:  I’m getting ready to move up to a higher level of jumping. So far, I’m finding that my horse’s jump over the bigger fences is harder to stick with. Can you recommend some exercises, either riding or ground based, that will help me maintain my position and stay with my horse as his effort gets more dramatic?

 
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