December 2016 - EHV-1 Outbreak Under Control

Equine Herpes Virus at Los Angeles Equestrian Center contained, although one horse was lost.

As of Sunday, Nov. 20, “there were no new febrile horses or confirmed clinical EHV-1 horses today at the LAEC,” confirmed the California Department of Food & Agriculture. That was good news for everyone with horses at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, indicating than an outbreak of Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) first detected Nov. 3 was well under control.

 
December 2016 - A Road Less Travelled

Young international dressage aspirant Ayden Uhlir opts for a “horse ranch instead of a horse.”

Talent and drive are usually not quite enough to make it to the top of any of the Olympic equestrian disciplines. That’s why young dressage rider Ayden Uhlir recently dug deep for a creative and realistic plan for financing her international ambitions.

 
November 2016: Behind The Scenes

It's a labor of love in the Odysseo stables.

by Nan Meek

On stage, the 65 horses of Odysseo by Cavalia enchant audiences at every performance, in a marriage of equestrian and stage arts with high-tech theatrical effects that depict the relationship between horses and humans as they journey through a world of dreams.

 
December 2016 - WEG 2018 Set for North Carolina

World Equestrian Games moves to the Tyron International Equestrian Center.

The FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 will be held at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in North Carolina from Sept. 10-23, 2018. The FEI Bureau unanimously agreed on Nov. 3 that the Games should be awarded to Tryon, meaning that the FEI’s flagship event remains in North America, following the withdrawal of Bromont, Canada, earlier this year.

 
November 2016 - The Gallop: Peyton Warren Tops Talent Search Finals

Serena Anand, Megan Hilton & Michael Williamson round out “final four” in evolving test of international potential.

article & photos by Kim F. Miller

In the rider’s meeting the afternoon before the Platinum Performance USET Talent Search West began, judges Schuyler Riley and Cynthia Hankins explained why this was one of their favorite medal finals: “You can be lucky and win a lot of medal finals, but this one, with four rounds, really tests the all-around rider.”

 
November 2016 - CPHA Spotlight: A Year in Review

Busy season brings many benefits to members and the West Coast sport as a whole.

by CPHA president Jeni Brown

The California Professional Horsemen’s Association has been very busy this summer and fall. We have had amazing support from our professional community for our programs and wonderful attendance at our events from the junior and amateur riders. We are trying to offer valuable services to all our members, we appreciate their support and always welcome their participation and input as to how we can improve.

 
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