May 2016 - Off & Running
Written by Cheryl Erpelding
Saturday, 30 April 2016 19:42

Jennifer Wooten’s Trinity Eventing is off to a fantastic season.

by Cheryl Erpelding

Since having her first child last July, veteran eventer Jennifer Wooten has been itching to get back onto the competitive circuit. From her training bases in Santa Ynez and Agoura, she is bringing a promising crop of students along with her and her Trinity Eventing team is off to a terrific start this season. Outings at Galway Downs and Twin Rivers last month loaded up the program’s ribbon string with rosettes and more are projected through the year.

 
May 2016 - My Thoroughbred Makeover: Frustrating Month
Written by Emily Flaxman
Saturday, 30 April 2016 19:24

Rain, hoof hold-ups and a fixed end-goal date create challenges.

by Emily Flaxman

It’s not been a good month. We have a saying in England, “March - in like a lion, out like a lamb.” And boy, didn’t it just do that.

Starting with 10 solid days of heavy rain, everything got saturated and incredibly muddy. The horses’ hooves never got a chance to fully dry out and I ended up with four of mine suffering abscesses.

 
May 2016 - Tara Bemoll: Bravado Farms
Written by Cheryl Erpelding
Saturday, 30 April 2016 19:31

Sales, training, horsemanship and success distinguish young professional’s program.

by Cheryl Erpelding

Junior rider Amelia Faircloth was happy to get the ride on a new sale horse in her barn last month. Trainer Tara Bemoll gave her long time student a couple of schools on Stanwick and off to Blenheim’s Spring Classic III they went.

 
March 2016 - Hansen Dam Equestrian Center
Written by Kim F. Miller
Tuesday, 01 March 2016 07:37

Boarding, training and show facility is blossoming with new offerings.

by Kim F. Miller

You could say the Hansen Dam Equestrian Center has been hiding in plain sight. Located within view of the 210 Freeway in Lake View Terrace, the centrally located Los Angeles-area boarding, training and show venue is an equestrian gem that not everybody knows about. That status, however, may not last long as physical upgrades, energized management and marketing and hunter/jumper and new dressage competitions coalesce to capitalize on the property’s many amenities.

 
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