October 2015 - Jordyn Hechter

Young rider is “movin’ on up” on the A-rated hunter/jumper circuit.

by Cheryl Erpelding

Last month Jordyn Hechter competed for her first time in the ASPCA Maclay Regional Finals and finished 11th out of 33 competitors on her hunter/equitation horse Taboo. Her trainer Jasmin Stair couldn’t have been more pleased with Jordyn’s performance as she had just moved up to the 3’6” division this year on her 11 year old, 15.3 hand Swedish Warmblood and was up against top riders who have had several years experience competing in the Maclays.

October 2015 - Letter To The Editor

After reading Europe 101, in the August 2015  issue, please extend my sincere appreciation and congratulations on a terrific, informative story! Capturing an "authentic you-are-there" feeling, I was super impressed by Genay Vaughn chronicling her journey to Europe and acknowledging all the supportive people, traveling experiences and positive "can do- will remember" learning opportunities. Genay remained undaunted and eagerly learned invaluable lessons (bring your breeches and boots; familiarize yourself with national and international requirements) consistently demonstrated poise, patience, professionalism and an unflagging interest and excitement in every horse related activity and travel opportunity showing personal and  equestrian maturity exceeding her chronological age.
A terrific article!!

Marcia Salans | Huntington Beach, CA

October 2015 - Prizes or JR Posse

Show organizer offers charitable option.

West Palms Events is a proud supporter of Compton JR Posse (CJP) and is happy to be partnering with them on a brand new charity program at the Flintridge Autumn Classic! Class winners will now have the option to have West Palms Events make a donation to this worthwhile charity in lieu of receiving a traditional 1st place prize. Winners can opt-in by choosing a redeemable certificate along with their blue ribbon instead of the regularly offered prize. West Palms Events will make a monetary donation to the CJP for each certificate redeemed!”We are very happy to be able to help CJP with a new charity program,” says Dale Harvey of West Palms Events. “This is going to be a wonderful opportunity for competitors to support the charity as well!”

October 2015 - Tab Hunter Confidential

Most Americans know Tab Hunter as a movie star of the 1950 and 60s, but equestrians know him as a top rider and horseman, too. It’s a passion he often refers to as his reality check from what could be a crazy life in Hollywood.

October 2015 - Growing Para-Equestrian

USEF and USPEA create International Para-Equestrian Dressage Centers of Excellence.

Growing The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is pleased to announce its partnership with the United States Para-Equestrian Association (USPEA) to establish International Para-Equestrian Dressage Centers of Excellence (COE). COEs will serve as the foundation to attract new athletes to para-equestrian dressage and develop athletes and coaches for competition at the international level, including the Paralympic Games.

September 2015 - The Gallop: And ... They’re Off!

Rich Fellers & Flexible kick off the World Cup race and an exciting season of show jumping is underway.

by Kim F. Miller

It was a perfect 10 for Rich Fellers and Flexible at the $126,000 Longines FEI World Cup Qualifier in Langley, BC. The pair, partnered for a decade, bested a field of 26 competitors representing the USA, Canada, Venezuela and Mexico.

With just three advancing to the jump-off, it was a heart pounding finish for the crowd as the 19-year-old Irish Sport Horse sailed over the final fence with just a second to spare.

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