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6th Apr 2002

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The Colorado Ranger Horse
The Rangerbred horse
The Rangerbred horse is registered with the COLORADO RANGER HORSE ASSOCIATION, INC. -the oldest of the western horse breed registries still in existence in the United States. To meet the requirements for registration with the CRHA, a horse MUST SHOW A DIRECT DESCENT from one of the two foundation stallions 'MAX #2' and/or 'PATCHES #1'.
The CRHA is NOT A COLOR REGISTRY. The founder wisely decided that a horse's ability has nothing to do with his hide. Because of this, Rangerbreds come in a wide variety of color patterns: from solid bays, classic blacks, grays and roans all the way to colorful blankets and vivid tri-colored leopards. The Rangerbred may be outcrossed on horses of other recognized breed registries including, Jockey Club, Quarter Horse, Appaloosa (USA, Canadian & Foreign), The Arab Horse Club, ARA-APP and the ICAA (with certain reservations).
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6th Apr 2002

The Calumet Collection Showcases a Golden Dynasty
Lexington, KY (April, 2001) Eclipse Press announces the publication of The Calumet Collection: A History of the Calumet Trophies.
As a tribute to a bygone era in Thoroughbred racing, The Calumet Collection highlights some of these magnificent trophies and the horses that won them. Color photographs of important trophies, such as the Woodlawn Vase, the Jockey Club Gold Cup, and the Diamond Jubilee Kentucky Derby cup, are featured as well as historic photographs of Calumet’s champions. The book also contains a foreword by longtime Calumet secretary Margaret Glass.
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6th Apr 2002

Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
CSI-W GOTEBORG SWEDEN 4-7 APRIL 2002
CSI-C HARDELOT FRANCE 12-14 APRIL 2002
CSI-B MOORSELE BELGIUM 19-21 APRIL 2002
CSIP-A FONTAINBLEAU FRANCE 19-21 APRIL 2002
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6th Apr 2002
Saddletude :: Saddletude::
Steeplechase Spring Preview TV Show this Sunday. April 7th @3pm Eastern, noon Pacific on OLN (Outdoor Life Network)
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5th Apr 2002
The FEI Federation Equestre Internationale News
4 April 2002
Athens 2004 Olympic Games
FEI Technical Delegates’ Coordination visit to Athens – 25-28 March 2002
The FEI Technical Delegates (Mr Leopoldo Palacios, Mr Michael Etherington-Smith) and Veterinary Delegate (Prof. Leo Jeffcott) together with the Course Designers for Jumping (Mr Olaf Petersen) and Eventing (Mr Albino Garbari), and FEI Consultant (Mr Giuseppe Della Chiesa), the 1st Vice President (Mr Freddy Serperi) and the Manager of the Olympic Department had a very constructive visit last week in Athens.
FEI Gandini World Jumping Rankings
Undisputed leader of the rankings, Ludger Beerbaum (GER) kept the pole position for the 15th consecutive month. He recuperated more than the points he was dropping from March 2001 and leads the rankings with 3149 points.
FEI BCM World Dressage Rankings
The World Cup Champion Ulla Salzgeber (GER) leads the rankings with an improved 79.848 points (compared to 79.526 last month). Her runner-up in the recent World Cup Final in ‘s-Hertogenbosch Lars Petersen (DEN) remains second with 78.500.
World Cup Jumping: Situation In The Leagues
In the 2001 / 2002 season there are 12 Leagues in the FEI World Cup Jumping.
Eleven Leagues have ended their qualifications:- Central Europe, Central Asia, Canada, South Africa, South East Asia, Japan South America, Australia, New Zealand, USA West Coast and USA East Coast. One League is still going: Western Europe The proposed league in the Middle East did not materialise.
New Eventing World Cup Working Group
The newly formed FEI Eventing Committee Ad Hoc Working Group for CIC World Cup Series will meet during CCI *** Badminton (GBR) the first week of May.

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5th Apr 2002

Sir Peter Is Odds On Favourite With Working Horses
At this year’s Grand National the winners will be the working horses of some of the world’s poorest people, thanks to the generosity of Sir Peter O’Sullevan. At Aintree the veteran race commentator will be donating £25,000 to the Brooke Hospital for Animals, to support its tireless work giving free veterinary care to working equines in Egypt, Jordan, India and Pakistan.

Sir Peter, a Brooke Hospital patron who is renowned for his devotion to horses, raised the money by organising a charity lunch. “I have been accumulating debt to the horse for some 80 years and the Brooke is the most marvellous means of helping me to discharge it,” he said. “It is an incomparable hands on organisation whose constant work merits infinitely wider recognition.”
His much-needed donation comes after a dramatic year for the Brooke, which has pushed its teams of mobile equine hospitals to the limits. Since March 2001 Brooke veterinary teams in Pakistan have treated thousands of exhausted, sick and starving horses and donkeys owned by refugees fleeing Afghanistan, often working round the clock to help up to 300 animals a day. In January last year Brooke emergency units treated working equines injured in the Gujarat earthquake and distributed life-saving fodder to many more.
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5th Apr 2002
USET To Host Developing Rider Training Session
Gladstone, New Jersey –April 3, 2002 — In continuing its commitment to developing promising riders and horses, the United States Equestrian Team (USET) will proudly host a USET Dressage Developing Rider Training Session with 2000 Olympic Dressage Team Bronze Medalist Sue Blinks.
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5th Apr 2002
USA Equestrian USA Equestrian Issues Statement on USET Withdrawal From USOC Mediation
The Officers and Negotiating Team of USA Equestrian, the National Governing Body (NGB) for Equestrian Sport, issued the following statement on the most recent withdrawal of the United States Equestrian Team (USET) from mediation currently underway between the organizations. The mediation is being conducted by Richard Young of Colorado Springs, and follows a challenge to USA Equestrian's status as NGB commenced by USET in February 2001 before the United States Olympic Committee (USOC).
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5th Apr 2002
Governor Roy Barnes Declares April Equestrian Month:
As Foxhall Events, LLC gears up for the third annual MBNA Foxhall Cup
ATLANTA (April 4, 2002)- Governor Roy Barnes has declared the month of April Equestrian Month for the State of Georgia. The State hosts several world-renowned equestrian events during the month of April and is the home for over 250,000 horses. The proclamation of this month was lobbied and formed by the MBNA Foxhall Cup.
“Equestrian Month in Georgia is a great way to round up a month of major equestrian events in Georgia,” said Gail Mobley, Executive Director. “We are thrilled that the Governor has recognized the impact and scope that events like our National Championship have on our great state.”
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5th Apr 2002
USET Announces Breakdown Of Negotiations On Governance Issue
Gladstone, NJ—April 4, 2002—With great disappointment the United States Equestrian Team (USET) announces that USET and USA Equestrian (USAE) negotiating teams have been unable to reach a mutually satisfactory conclusion to negotiations aimed at determining how best to govern equestrian sports in this country. Although the boards of both organizations had previously agreed upon a structure for the new National Governing Body For Equestrian Sports, USAE negotiators would not continue discussion of details under the previously announced plan.
The USET has requested assistance from the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) to encourage the parties to restart the talks according to the principles approved by the boards of both organizations in separate meetings on January 10.
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5th Apr 2002

Charities Benefit From Author's Show Of Support For Industry
Author Raymond S. Paulick donates compensation for writing “Sunday Silence” to Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation and Central KY Riding for the Handicapped
LEXINGTON, KY, April 4, 2002 - Raymond S. Paulick, Editor-in-Chief of The Blood-Horse News and author of the recently released book Sunday Silence has “put his money where his mouth is” in a show of support for the Thoroughbred industry. Paulick expressed his support by recently donating his entire compensation for writing Sunday Silence to the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation and to Central Kentucky Riding for the Handicapped.
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4th Apr 2002
Biggest horse show in the country gets even bigger
Visitors and competitors alike to Royal Windsor Horse Show 2002 are set to reap some exciting benefits from the additional facilities required by the All The Queen’s Horses, which is being hosted on the Royal Windsor ground during the evenings of 16th, 17th and 18th of May 2002.
This year many aspects of Britain’s biggest horse show, Royal Windsor, will be dramatically upgraded to cater for the requirements of All The Queen’s Horses.
During the day the 8400m2 main arena of All The Queen’s Horses will become the main Castle Arena for Royal Windsor Horse Show. A premium grade, all weather artificial surface will be laid in both the main arena and collecting ring and the main arena will be relocated to take full advantage of the magnificent backdrop of Windsor Castle.
There will be approximately twice as many seats as usual around the main arena in addition to a number of private boxes ensuring that as many people as possible can enjoy main arena viewing in comfort.
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4th Apr 2002
Farlows To Sponsor Pony Club Tetrathlon
Farlows of Pall Mall, the brand that has for over 160 years been synonymous with the ultimate in fly-fishing tackle, shooting accessories and country clothing has announced that it is to be the title sponsor of the Pony Club Tetrathlon Championships in 2002 and for the following two years.
The Tetrathlon is one of the most popular of The Pony Clubs competitive disciplines combining cross-country riding with running, shooting and swimming. Although it was originally introduced as a competition solely for boys, there are now separate competitions for boys and girls. The classes are divided into three sections Seniors / Open (15 to 21), Juniors (12 to 14) and Minimus (11 and below).
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4th Apr 2002
Not Letting The Grass Grow Under It's Feet
The Pony Club isn’t letting the grass grow under its feet with the announcement that E.P. Barrus under the brand name, Lawnflite, which offers a premium quality range of garden equipment to meet the special requirements of the British gardener, is to sponsor The Pony Club Eventing Championships, including the 19 area qualifiers.
The Championships culminate at The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Championships at Sansaw Park on 20th, 21st and 22nd August 2002 with over 250 competitors aged between 13 and 21.
The Lawnflite National Eventing Championships give Pony Club Members a competition, which needs courage, determination and all-round riding ability and careful and systematic training of the horse. Its aim is to encourage a higher standard of riding throughout The Pony Club and to give the young a greater interest in riding as a sport and as a recreation.

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4th Apr 2002
Welcome to EquiKnowledgeTM!
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Features,
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3rd Apr 2002
Olympians Head Huge Starting Field for 2002 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Presented By Bayer, April 25 – 28
Lexington, KY—April 2, 2002—The top international competitors will be vying for victory in one of the world’s most prestigious equestrian competitions, the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Bayer, held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington April 25-28, 2002.
With over 70 entries from Australia, Canada, the Dutch Antilles, Great Britain, Ireland, and the United States, there is no shortage of star power as the world’s best compete for $190,000 in prize money with the winner taking home $60,000 and a Rolex timepiece. In addition, the winner also has a chance at the $250,000 Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing, awarded to any rider who wins the Rolex Kentucky, Badminton and Burghley Four Star events in succession.
Defending Rolex champion David O’Connor will be looking to make it two in a row, an attainable feat for the reigning Olympic champion who last year won the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event in dramatic fashion on Giltedge, owned by Jacqueline Mars. His wife and two-time Olympic teammate, Karen O’Connor, may pose the biggest threat, having tasted victory in 1999 with Prince Panache.
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3rd Apr 2002
Missy Ransehousen to Hold Clinic for Riders With Disabilities During Dressage at Journey’s End Competition
Kingston, RI—April 2, 2002—U.S. Equestrian Team veteran Missy Ransehousen will share her expertise with qualified riders with disabilities during the Dressage at Journey’s End competition in Unionville, PA, July 6-8.
Ransehousen, a three-day event rider who won a team Silver Medal and placed fifth individually at the 1995 Pan American Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina, served as the U.S. Chef d’Equipe at the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia. During Dressage at Journey’s End, she will offer coaching assistance for riders competing in the USA Equestrian-rated show. In addition, Ransehousen will hold a clinic the day after the competition.
In addition to traditional classes for able-bodied riders, the dressage show will offer a division for riders with disabilities under the auspices of the International Paralympic Equestrian Committee (IPEC). There is a growing trend for horse shows to offer divisions for both able-bodied and disabled riders, said Denise Avolio, National Disability Sports Alliance Equestrian Sports Manager.
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3rd Apr 2002
Valerie Kanavy Named USET Athlete of the Month for March 2002
Gladstone, New Jersey—April 2, 2002—Valerie Kanavy of Fort Valley, VA was named the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Athlete of the Month for March following her success at the Endurance World Cup, held on March 21 in the desert of Dubai/Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates
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3rd Apr 2002

Ashe Wins $200,000 Budweiser American Invitational at Cosequin Winter Equestrian Festival
TAMPA, FL—April 2, 2002—Molly Ashe of Wellington, FL, and her 10-year-old Dutch Warmblood bay mare, Kroon Gravin, defeated a field of 30 starters to win the 30th annual $200,000 Budweiser American Invitational, presented by the Tampa Tribune, at Raymond James Stadium.

For Ashe, it marked her second consecutive win in the Budweiser American Invitational, allowing her to join Michelle McEvoy Grubb as the only riders to win the nation’s most respected Grand Prix two years in a row. McEvoy won the title on Sundancer in 1974 and 1975.
Ashe was one of only 3 horse-and-rider combinations to jump a clean first round and advance to the jump-off. Ashe was then the only one to go clean over the eight-obstacle jump-off course, crossing the timers in 45.376 seconds.
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3rd Apr 2002
USET Announces Nominees For The 2002 World Equestrian Games Endurance Squad
Gladstone, New Jersey—April 1, 2002—The United States Equestrian Team (USET) has announced the riders and horses nominated for the 2002 World Equestrian Games Endurance Squad. These 44 riders and 56 horses must compete in at least one of the nine designated USET Selection Trials in order to be considered for selection to the squad of six riders and nine alternates that will be named for the 2002 World Equestrian Games.
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3rd Apr 2002

Ben Gill Gives Evidence To European FMD Investigation
NFU President Ben Gill will give an account of the experiences of British farmers during foot and mouth when he gives evidence to the European Parliament investigation into the disaster.
Mr Gill will travel to Strasbourg next Monday (8 April) to speak at the European Parliament's Temporary Committee on foot and mouth disease.
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2nd Apr 2002
"Horse Trails" Announces Series Launch On HorseTV:
Series To Feature Top Endurance Competitons and Trail Riding Across America
April 1, Houston, TX - “Horse Trails,” the new television series dedicated to all aspects of trail riding with a special emphasis on endurance and competitive trail riding competition today announced its broadcast launch on HorseTV.
Endurance Riding is one of the fastest growing equine sports throughout the world. Riding over distances of 50 and 100 miles, horses and riders compete against each other while traveling at moderate paces, with proper conditioning a major factor in successful horse and rider partnerships.
Endurance Riding is one of the seven major international disciplines included in the World Equestrian Games competitions which are held every four years between the Olympic Games. This September, Spain will host the World Equestrian Games for 2002.
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2nd Apr 2002

The first event for the public that AmaDon Hills Thoroughbred Corporation has planned is "A Day at the Races". At this time we would like to invite, and welcome, one and all to join us in making this day a huge success for the Thoroughbred, America's Horse!
AmaDon Hills Thoroughbred Corporation would like to take just a moment to present you with our upcoming event:
"A Day At The Races"
"A DAY AT THE RACES" A Day At The Races is a fundraiser to support AmaDon Hills Thoroughbred Corporation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation organized for the betterment of Thoroughbreds after their racing careers are over. A Day At The Races will be the first of a series of fundraising events to get AmaDon Hills Thoroughbred Corp. off to a running start and earn enough money to allow those of us who care the means in which to carry out this labor of love.
Please join us for Fun, Festivities, and Fast Horses on Saturday, April 27, 2002, from 12:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the Turf Club at Bay Meadows Race Course, located at 2600 South Delaware Street in San Mateo, CA.
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2nd Apr 2002
USET Paving Way For U.S. Vaulters at World Equestrian Games
Gladstone, New Jersey –April 1, 2002–The United States Equestrian Team’s (USET) preparations for sending squads to compete in World Championships in seven disciplines at the 2002 World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain includes unprecedented efforts on behalf of U.S. vaulters.
In January, Adrienne Stang and Emma Drinker of the American Vaulting Association (AVA) took part in a USET fact-finding trip to Jerez to prepare for this year’s Games. Stang and Drinker worked closely with Sally Ike, the USET’s Director of Vaulting Activities, and joined the Team’s discipline directors of Dressage, Driving, Endurance, Eventing, Reining and Show Jumping in touring the venues and surrounding areas of the upcoming World Equestrian Games. This was the first time vaulting representatives have ever had the opportunity to visit a World Equestrian Games venue beforehand, meet with the Organizing Committee, and be proactive about planning for hotels, travel, etc.
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2nd Apr 2002
National Disability Sports Alliance Announces Team to Compete in the Mills Team Challenge at The North American Young Riders’ Championships, Presented by State Line Tack
Wadsworth, IL—April 1, 2002—The National Disability Sports Alliance (NDSA) is delighted to announce the riders selected to compete in the fourth annual Mills Team Challenge at the 2002 North American Young Riders’ Championships (NAYRC), presented by State Line Tack, at Tempel Farms in Wadsworth, IL, August 6-11.
The Mills Team Challenge features riders with disabilities competing together with able-bodied young riders at the Championship. Each team is comprised of riders from the disciplines of Dressage, Eventing, and Show Jumping along with a rider with a disability who competes in Dressage.
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2nd Apr 2002
Show Jumping Hall of Fame Honors 2001 Inductees
Tampa, FL—April 1, 2002—The Show Jumping Hall of Fame conducted its annual induction ceremonies during the intermission at the Budweiser American Invitational, March 30 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The Show Jumping Hall of Fame inducted famed show jumping promoter Eugene R. Mische, two-time U.S. Olympic Team rider Lt. Colonel John W. Russell, veteran rider Bobby Burke, and the great jumper Untouchable, who was part of the Silver Medal team at the 1967 Pan American Games. Mische, Russell, Burke and Untouchable join 41 previous inductees whose contributions to the sport set them apart and earned them enshrinement in the Show Jumping Hall of Fame.
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2nd Apr 2002
USET Well Represented in Endurance Competitions In the United Arab Emirates
Gladstone, New Jersey—April 1, 2002—The United States Equestrian Team (USET) was well-represented in two recent Endurance competitions held in the United Arab Emirates.
In February, H.H. Sheik Mansoor bin Zayed Al Nahayn and Al Wathba Stables invited Heather Bergantz riding Skip Lightfoot's Crystals Charm, the winners of the 2001 Pan American Endurance Championship; Hal Hall and his horse Bogus Thunder, winners of the Virginia City 100; and Marcia Smith, DVM and her Saamson, winners of the 2001 Tevis Cup to Abu Dhabi in the UAE to compete in the President's Cup. These three riders finished 11th, 14th and 15th respectively. This represented a 100% completion rate for the horses that shipped overseas, a very impressive feat. Jan Worthington also competed on a UAE owned horse but unfortunately did not complete.
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2nd Apr 2002

"Sunday Silence" and "Swaps" Authors To Sign Books at Santa Anita
Lexington, KY (April 1, 2002) Ray Paulick and Barry Irwin, authors of Sunday Silence and Swaps, respectively, will sign copies of their books from 10:30am-11:30am, at the Champions! Gift Shop at Santa Anita Park on Saturday, April 6, 2002.
Sunday Silence and Swaps are the 12th and 14th installments in Eclipse Press' Thoroughbred Legends Series, which chronicles the lives of some of the greatest racehorses of the 20th Century, and those who were involved with their rise to the top. Other titles include Man o' War, Seattle Slew, John Henry, Dr. Fager, Forego, Personal Ensign, Citation, Native Dancer, Ruffian, Go for Wand, Nashua, and Spectacular Bid.
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2nd Apr 2002

Show Jumping Result: CSI-W Tampa, Florida, USA March 28-31, 2002
$200,000 Budweiser American Invitational
1) KROON GRAVIN; Molly Ashe (USA), 2) ANTHEM; Laura Kraut (USA), 3) SANDSTONE LAURIN; Gabriella Salick (USA)
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1st Apr 2002

AK High Valley Z convincing winner TNT Sires of the World 2001/2002
In the blood-curdling finals of the TNT Sires of the World 2001/2002 at Indoor Brabant AK High Valley Z and Jos Lansink left the rest of the field far behind. This international showjumping competition for licensed stallions is an initiative of Léon Melchior, owner of the Belgian studfarm Zangersheide and Jos Lansink's employer.
That Zangersheide's rider won this competition is not so surprising by itself; after all, the same combination had also won last year. But that the Zangersheide-champion managed to win this competition so far ahead of the rest of the field so far behind is a novelty.
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1st Apr 2002 The State of Horse Businesses
courtesy of Richard Bacon
It has long been commented that horses and money do not fit comfortably together. This wisdom has been assumed to apply equally to business and privately owned horses. This article highlights recent research into the financial performance of a range of UK equine enterprises.
We are standing in a period of economic prosperity and stability unparalleled in recent UK history. There is an increased awareness of the importance of exercise, accompanied by the spending power to pursue it in an enjoyable way. This bodes well for those businesses that possess the management skills to capitalise on the opportunities. But to compete in this new era, the service offering has to be right. All consumers are becoming more discerning, even the young. The best in the sector have seen new ways of doing business; others need to catch up. This is a change more dependent on attitude than money!

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1st Apr 2002
Irish Draught Wins Open Jumper Championship
3/30/02 Albuquerque NM, New Mexicans, seeing the first Irish Draught Horse to ever jump in that state, were impressed when the Irish Draught Stallion O'Leary's Irish Diamond won the Open Jumper Championship at the New Mexico State fairgrounds.
The King of Diamonds' Grandson won the championship in great form by competing in four classes winning three. "Irish" had one rail down in the four day competition. In his first ever Open competition rider Rob Gage held off the challenge of four horses in the jump off with a time six seconds faster than the second place horse. In the final open class, a speed class, Gage again had a clear round with a time too fast for the other horses in the class.
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31st Mar 2002
The British Horse Society BHS Jubilee Access Week 2002
- highlighting the need for safer off road riding
24 May - 4 June 2002
The British Horse Society's ACCESS Week will take place this year in the week leading up to HM The Queen's Golden Jubilee: 25 May - 4 June. Jubilee Rides will take place all over the country to celebrate the bridleway network and The BHS will be presenting awards to local authorities and landowners who have addressed the need of riders in the area of access and rights of way.
The aim of BHS Access Week is to highlight the need for more off road riding for horse riders and carriage drivers. Today's roads are becoming increasingly busy and dangerous. There are an estimated 3000 accidents involving horses on the roads every year, and The BHS is campaigning for measures to reduce that number.
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31st Mar 2002
The British Horse Society Riders Announced For BHS Instructors Convention
The British Horse Society has announced the riders for the National Instructors Convention on 22 and 23 April at Solihull Riding Club, taken by internationally renowned trainer Albert Voorn.
The International Trials riders are Jackson Reed-Stephenson and Paul Barker (who has jumped on two National Cup teams), both hailing from Yorkshire and Grace Barton from Hertfordshire. Jackson and Grace were members of the British Young Rider squad that took Bronze at the European Championships 2000.
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31st Mar 2002
USA Equestrian horsecity.com Joins USA Equestrian Sponsors
USA Equestrian is proud to welcome HorseCity.com, the American Horse Publications web site of the year, to its outstanding list of sponsors.
"HorseCity.com knows that forming strong relationships with the world largest equine organizations will be one key to our success. With over half a million users a month looking to us for equine information it is paramount that we work hard with USA Equestrian to meet those needs. This is a perfect marriage between one of the nations finest equestrian organizations
and the Internet's fastest growing equine web site," said Ryan R. Dohrn, General Manager of HorseCity.com.
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