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7th July 2001
The British Horse Society BHS Root Out Ragwort Week
21-29 July 2001
It is that time of year again when verges and waste ground are covered in tall yellow flowers which may look pretty, but the sight will chill the heart of every horse owner and spells death to horses and cattle. The British Horse Society is once again running Root Out Ragwort Week to raise awareness of the dangers of this poisonous weed and the importance of stopping it from seeding at all costs.
As part of Root Out Ragwort Week this year, the BHS is calling on everyone to report infestations of the plant to their local paper so that the culprits who allow this noxious weed to spread can be “named and shamed”.
Ragwort is poisonous to all livestock, and humans too, so gloves should always be worn when pulling it. It is listed as an injurious weed under the Weeds Act 1959 which makes it an offence not to comply with clearance notices.
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7th July 2001
PERA Luhmuhlen CCI*** results after dressage
06 Jul 2001 16:31
Sofia Andler and Amaretto lead the CCI*** at Luhmuhlen with a score of 34.6 after the dressage phase.
Germany's Edith Beine, riding Pa's Hope is in second place on 37.4 with Ingrid Klimke, the leader after the first day, now in third with Robinson's Concord on 37.6. Pia Pantsu of Finland riding Karuso is currently just 0.2 points behind with 37.8, with Britain's Pippa Funnell and Jurassic Rising in fifth with 43.2.
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7th July 2001 Show Jumping Results - CSIO-J/YR Hagen, Germany 4-8 July 2001
Preis der Firma Coppenrath & Wiese July 6
1) Discovery 34; Francisco Guedes ; 2) Shalom Tip Toe; Michael Kearins (IRL) ; 3) Catman; Ben Maher (GBR)

Preis der Maschinenfabrik Hippe July 6
1) Appolinaire; Richie Moloney (IRL) ; 2) Orchis DB; Andrea Bartoletti (ITA) ; 3) Goliso Louvieve; Richard Davenport (GBR)
F & H Public Relations, Junior Nations Cup July 6
1) Germany ; 2) France ; 3) Gt.Britain ; 4) Belgium ; 5) Ireland ; 6) Netherlands ; 7) Italy
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7th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO Ikast, Denmark 4-8 July 2001
Grand Prix Qualifier July 6
1) Cpt.Gerry Flynn; Rincoola Abu (IRL) ; 2) Malin Baryard; Dream On (SWE) ; 3) Chavette Ask; Lars Pedersen (DEN)

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7th July 2001 Meadowview E-Quine Brokers Inc. Internet Auction
Meadowview E-Quine Brokers Inc. presents their first Internet Auction featuring Polish Arabians.
Viewing starts September 1, 2001

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7th July 2001 Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
CSI-C Lignieres Switzerland 13-15 July 2001
CSIO Poznan Poland 19-22 July 2001
CSI-A Spangenberg Germany 20-22 July 2001
CSIO Hickstead England 25-29 July 2001

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6th July 2001
Charles Owen Charles Owen Sponsor Stars Of The Future
Charles Owen & Company are delighted to announce their Product Support of the British Pony Three Day Eventing Squad. The final squad will be named after the Final Selection Trial on 1st July. Despite the decimation of the season due to FMD, the Squad have refused to admit defeat despite a lack of funding and approached Charles Owen in late May. An immediate and positive swift response has enabled everyone involved to concentrate on preparations.
During the past three and a half years Charles Owen have worked closely with leading international riders. The Sponsorship of the Pony Championship Squad is a further initiative enabling them to invest back into the future of the sport. The prospective international stars of the future are frequently found in these ranks, having progressed and learnt through the invaluable Pony Club Organisation.
Roy Burek M.D. commented “The Pony Club and British Eventing does such an important job securing and encouraging talented young up and coming riders in the early stages of their careers. We are pleased to be able to support both Organisations through this sponsorship. It is refreshing to be involved with the Junior ranks at such a significant International level. We now support from the grass roots level of equestrianism right through to the highest Senior levels.”
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6th July 2001
Barah Press Barah Press, “Where the horses whisper back”
“The Spiritual Life of Horses: is an enjoyable fantasy… or is it? The author Lynette Marie DesMarais has captured the essence of the equine thinking and produced an unparalled story which will delight horse lovers.” Jean Llewellyn, Breeding News for Sport Horses.
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6th July 2001
ILPH Mercy Mission to Pakistan
Following recent disturbing reports from Pakistan involving racehorses at Karachi racecourse the ILPH (International League for the Protection of Horses) and Brooke Hospital for Animals are making preparations for a mercy mission to help alleviate their suffering.
Says Ian Kelly, International Manager at the ILPH, "We only heard about the appalling suffering of the racehorses at Karachi racecourse late Tuesday night. Yesterday we contacted Brooke Hospital who have a large programme in Pakistan, with the result that a joint mercy mission will be going to the racecourse early next week."
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6th July 2001 Look Out World – American Vaulters Strong As Ever
Saratoga, CA - July 1, 2001 – They arrived from Austria, Australia, Canada, Denmark and Germany to join American Vaulters for RIDE THE EDGE CVI* Saratogasponsored by Cooper-Garrod Estate Vineyards. The twenty-seven horses and fifty-six vaulters dazzled the appreciative audience as they created their unique visual poetry. Musical selections from classical to alternative rock could be heard throughout the event as competitors showed the creative and athletic talents required to perform in harmony with their equine partners. Competitors must coordinate musical selections with choreography designed to showcase their flexibility and strength, while demonstrating their ability to be at one with their horse, who provided the dependable and balanced canter strides.
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6th July 2001
ILPH A Partnership between two Equine Household Names
The ILPH and Dodson & Horrell are pleased to announce the signing of a new agreement designed initially to rationalise the charity's equine feed supplies across all 5 of their centres.
Says Roly Owers, Director of Fundraising and Support Services at the ILPH, "When we decided to go out to tender to feed manufacturers to bring all our centres into line, we were not only seeking to secure a good financial deal."
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6th July 2001 LSU Equine Health Studies Program Launches Stallion Service Auction to Expand Intensive Care Unit
The Equine Health Studies Program (EHSP) in the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine will launch its first annual multiple-breed Stallion Service Auction in September to generate funds for expansion of the Equine Intensive Care Unit in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Clinics.
The new intensive care unit, projected to cost $845,000, will be expanded from a two-stall facility to a ten-stall facility, better meeting the rising demand from the expanding Louisiana horse industry. "The equine case load at the veterinary school has increased approximately 15 percent annually since 1990, with 20 to 25 percent of the admitted horses requiring emergency and critical care services," explained Dr. Rustin Moore, EHSP director. The new unit will include four stalls specially designed for critically ill neonatal foals and their dams, and one stall with padded walls and an overhead hoist for horses with severe neurologic or musculoskeletal disease. The other 6 stalls will be equipped to accommodate critically ill and injured adult horses requiring advanced emergency and critical care veterinary services. The equine program has currently raised $450,000 through fund-raising events and charitable gifts.
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6th July 2001 Iceland’s dream team of clinicians to the US
Gaited horse training masters.

The Icelandic horse has a rapidly growing number of admirers in the USA.This incredible strong and powerful surefooted breed has been purebred for over 1100 years, ridden and used by the Vikings, known for extreme versatile and smooth gaits. – A horse bred for use- .The Icelandic horse is wonderfully flexible in the body and comes 4 and 5 gaited.
For the first time in the US Iceland’s dream team of clinicians are doing events to introduce in a professional manner the Icelandic horse and Icelandic horsemanship.
The event called ; “The Great Icelandic Horse Fair” will start at the Colorado Center For Equestrian Learning October 4-7th at The Home Ranch in Clark , CO.
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6th July 2001 New Foundation Formed To Aid Olympic Dressage Competitors
Marietta, GA- The Applewood Foundation for Excellence in Dressage was recently formed in Marietta, Georgia, to support Olympic level dressage riders in a quest to develop top horse and rider combinations for the USA Olympic Dressage team.
The inspiration to develop the tax-exempt charitable (501(c)3) foundation was Olympian, Michelle Gibson. Gibson, a US bronze medallist in the 1996 Olympics, has trained at Applewood Farm in Georgia since she returned form Europe in 1992. "We have seen how difficult is was in 1996 for Michelle to raise the necessary monies to achieve success. We were discouraged by the limited avenues for financial support of such an expensive sport." says Brad Thatcher, owner of Applewood Farm and Foundation trustee.
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6th July 2001 Olympia On-Line
Olympia International Show Jumping Championships, 19th - 23rd Dec 2001
www.olympiashowjumping.com
The new website for the 30th Olympia International Show Jumping Championships is now live.
The site which is packed full of useful information on Olympia Show Jumping from ticket prices to trade stands, with snippets on all the acts for the 2001 event, will also include details of each days programme.
In addition it will feature biographies of some of today's leading riders, a virtual tour that enables you to zoom in and look close up at the famous arena, results on line, fantastic competitions, links and much more.
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6th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO-J/YR Hagen Germany 4-8 July 2001
Preis der Firma Hopster,Junior Jumping Competition with jump off
1) Eagle Du Bobois; Mathieu Billot (FRA) ; 2) Shalom Tip Toe; Michael Kearins (IRL); 3) Loro Piana Goewanita; Fabrizio A'Aquila (ITA)

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6th July 2001
PERA Charity Polo With A Twist
Top jockeys and leading event riders switch to pedal power in a charity polo match to raise money for INSPIRE, the Salisbury based medical research charity that helps to improve the quality of life of people with spinal cord injuries.
People can now buy tickets from INSPIRE to see Jockeys Richard Johnson, Carl Llewellyn, Chris Maude and Tony McCoy take on eventers Zara Phillips, William Fox-Pitt and Clayton and Lucinda Fredericks in a game of polo, during which one chukka will be on bicycles, at the Tidworth Polo Ground on 14th July 2001.
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5th July 2001
Dunn County Mounted Sheriff Posse Ride the Badlands in Dunn
by Deb Kulish - Dunn County Herald
Six members of the Todd County's Mounted Sheriff's Posse of Long Prairie, MN have experienced the beauty of the badlands in Dunn County at Naard Creek Ranch this past week. Roger Deering, Kevin and Becky Boyer, Donna Boyer, Raymond Hendershot, and Laureen Carstonsen and their horses have been staying at the Naard Creek Cabin, owned by Harry and Maureen Olson of Killdeer, ND.
This dedicated group of volunteers are used to wooded areas back home in Minnesota. They wanted to experience some different riding opportunities for their horses and themselves while on vacation. Thus, Dunn County was their choice.
As a group; they have been to other state parks in Wyoming and South Dakota but never North Dakota. The group is impressed with the terrain of Dunn County. Six years ago Laureen rode horse in Medora in the state park and was interested in coming back this way.
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5th July 2001 HORSEWORLD
Preserving the Past, Living the Present, Protecting the Future….

“Junior HorseWorld – Launch Events”
HorseWorld, the visitor centre of the Friends of Bristol Horses Society - one of Britain’s largest charitable equine rescue sanctuaries and retirement homes, will be launching a new members club, “Junior HorseWorld”, for under 12’s on Saturday and Sunday 21st and 22nd July.
Membership benefits will include Free Entry to HorseWorld for 12 months, Newsletters, Club Badge, Membership Card, HorseWorld Baseball Cap as well invitation to members only events and parties, all for only £10 a year.
The weekend launch events will feature a display of pony quadrille (long reining) to music, have a go pony grooming, how to prepare your pony for the show ring, plus an opportunity to watch some of the heavy horses at work. There will also be a colouring competition, puppet shows, face painting plus quizzes and competitions. Instant club membership will be available through out the weekend events, which will be repeated on Saturday and Sunday 28th and 29th July.
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5th July 2001
The FEI Federation Equestre Internationale News
4th July
- European Jumping Championship: Beerbaum renews his title, Ireland earns its first team gold in history
- FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings: Beerbaum bursts through rankings
- FEI BCM World Dressage Riders Rankings: An American enters Top 10
- Reining to be part of 2002 World Equestrian Games
- Samsung Nations Cup preview: Ikast
- North American Junior Dressage Championship
- Meeting of FEI Geographical Group VI
- Strategic Planning Committee Meeting
- In memoriam Jorge Mathias (POR)
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5th July 2001
San Patrignon San Patrignano CSI-A (ITA)
Equestrian sport against drugs and social outcasting
Emile Hendrix, "True Senator of equestrian sport", appointed technical advisor and testimonial of the CSI-A of San Patrignano (ITA)
The CSI-A of San Patrignano, which will be held in the equestrian facilities of the community from 20th to 22nd July 2001, starting from this year can count on an exceptional technical advisor and testimonial such as Dutch rider Emile Hendrix. Thanks to his long experience and his outstanding career, Mr Hendrix is regarded as "the Senator of equestrian sport" by the International press. He is a member of the FEI Jumping Committee and also the Vice President of the International Jumping Riders Club.
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5th July 2001 Annual Fund Raising Auction
The "Sound Horse Organization" (SHO) is having it's Annual Fund Raising Auction from the 15th of July thru the 30th of July 2001.
This auction benefits the Equine Industry in several ways.
It promotes non-abusive training techniques, general equine care, assisting rescue groups through providing funding for such needed items such as feed, veterinary assistance, farrier work and placement assistance for rescued horses as well as sponsoring SOUND Classes in SOUND Shows.
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5th July 2001 2001 Brookhill Steeplechase A Success - 2002 Date and Chairman Selected
Clayton, NC - The 2001 Brookhill Steeplechase closed its books this week and succeeded in providing an exciting afternoon for thousands of Triangle area spectators and in supporting local organizations throughout the community. Thanks to measurable increases in tent and tailgate package sales, this year's event proved to be one of Brookhill's most successful since its start nine years ago.
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5th July 2001 "UK Equestrian Website Wins European Business Award"
Since launch last year Equine Affairs has become the UK's Leading Competition & Training Information service providing support for riders from Novice to Advanced, trainers and Equestrian Centres across the UK. Olympic Team Gold Medallist and current British Eventing Chairwoman Jane Holderness Roddam has shown her support for the service from the beginning and says, " British Eventing is enormously grateful to Equine Affairs for their support and enthusiasm. It has been of tremendous benefit to all our members enabling them to see exactly what is going on and how to get involved through this excellent website information".
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5th July 2001
The FEI Federation Equestre Internationale News
World Cup Jumping Final Allocated To Leipzig
The Jumping Committee announced today the allocation of the 2002 World Cup Jumping Final to Leipzig (GER), from 1 to 5 May 2002.
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5th July 2001 Ben Gill Helps To Launch Foot And Mouth Blitz Campaign
The stubborn rump of the foot and mouth outbreak will only be eradicated by maintaining the strictest disease control precautions to the very end, NFU President Ben Gill said today.
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4th July 2001 Devon, As in Heaven
by Susanne Connors
The Devon Horse Show open jumper division was your classic cocktail party. Some arrived fashionably late, others left early, as always some spouses (horses) were unable to attend, but by Thursday evening Devon was in full swing. At any rate, history was made.

The Grand Prix course designed by Conrad Homfeld was no tea party, by any standard. A quick aside about the pulse of the week: although Devon is one of the best run shows in the country, with a knowledgeable and enthusiastic crowd and a great venue, the issue of prize money was an issue. Show President Leonard King has his Development Committee at work for next year, and already has an extra $25,000 for next years' Grand Prix. That elevates the 2002 stakes well into buttled hors d'ouerves territory at $75,000! Before an elbow-to-elbow crowd, the 2001 Devon Grand Prix was one of the best in anyone's memory.
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4th July 2001
AHSA USA Wins Team Gold At NAJDC
The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) announced today the results of the first North American Junior Dressage Championship (NAJDC) at CDI *** Cincinnati at Paxton Farm, OH, June 28-July 1, 2001. Riders participating in this continental championship included 4 teams from the U.S., including a Pony Club team; three teams from Canada, an individual from Costa Rica and an Australian team competing on borrowed horses.
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4th July 2001
Tahoe Kids Day, July 8, 10am-1pm, at HITS Tahoe Horse Show-Free for Kids: Pony Rides, Bouncy House, Carnival Games, Balloons
MINDEN, NV (July 2, 2001)-"Resort Sports Network Kids Day presented by the Douglas County Parks and Recreation Department and the Douglas County Library" will take place from 10am to 1pm on Sunday, July 8, at the HITS Tahoe Horse Show Grounds in Minden, Nevada. Kids 12 and under will be admitted to the horse show grounds at no charge and all the Kids Day festivities are free including pony rides, bouncy house, carnival games, balloons, crafts, petting zoo, hay rides, face painting and lots of displays, games, and prizes. "CC" the Clown will be appearing to entertain the kids throughout the entire event. The Douglas County Library and Fire Department are hosting several educational exhibits including a DARE Care Car, Fire House, and Library Materials Displays.
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4th July 2001 Drivers Dream Weekend
An Impromptu weekend of traditional carriage driving at the College E.C., Keysoe, Beds on 1-2 September 2001
***Horse of the Year Show Qualifier***
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4th July 2001 Irish Riders In Action In The Week Ahead
CSIO Ikast, Denmark 4-8 July (Show Jumping - Nations Cup)
CSI-A Geesteren Netherlands 6-8 July (Show Jumping)
CSI-A Cinzano Italy 6-8 July 2001 (Show Jumping)
CCI***/CIC** Luhmuhlen Germany 5-8 July (Three Day Eventing)
CSI-A Neuendorf Switzerland 5-8 July (Show Jumping)
CSIO-J/YR Hagen Germany 4-8 July (Show Jumping - Juniors and Young Riders)
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3rd July 2001 Campaign For Healthy Horses
A horse of your own is great fun and can be a uniquely rewarding experience, so long as the horse is kept happy and healthy. This is the message that will be highlighted during the first Equine Welfare Week, from 8th to 16th September, sponsored by Fort Dodge Animal Health.
The week is part of the Jeep National Riding Festival, which is already doing a great deal to boost riding with school visits and the famous mechanical horse, Trigger. An increasing number of people are becoming horse owners for the first time and Welfare Week aims to raise awareness of what it takes to keep a horse and to encourage responsible horse ownership. Incidences of neglect are distressing for all concerned and so often occur through lack of knowledge. Information leaflets will be distributed throughout the country during Welfare Week to provide basic information on horse care and where to get further help. Subjects covered include feeding, shelter, farriery, worming and veterinary care. The leaflets, together with a more detailed booklet covering all aspects of equine care will be available at the various events being held as part of the Jeep National Riding Festival.
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3rd July 2001
Tahoe Ashlee Bond Debuts at Grand Prix -- Takes First And Second in $50,000 Cosequin Grand at HITS Tahoe I
MINDEN, NEVADA (July 1, 2001)-Ashlee Bond, 16, of Hidden Hills, California, made her Grand Prix debut today, and won the $50,000 Cosequin® Grand Prix with Lapaloupe, besting a field of 21 horses. Bond also placed second with Pablo. As the owner/rider of both horses, Bond took home $15,000 for first place and $11,000 for second place. Adding to the family's success today, Steve Bond, Ashlee's father, placed sixth on his Fabius, earning $2,500.
"The horse Pablo has done the Grand Prix classes before, but never with me," said Ashlee. "I've only been riding him for three months. He was my dad's horse-he gave him to me. The other one, Lapaloupe, is 14, and I've had him for about three years. We never thought he could do the Grand Prix, but I always told my dad that he could. So finally we [said] okay, and he won it. So it feels really good." Doug Russell of Wellington, Florida, was the course designer.
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Lapaloupe
3rd July 2001
AHSA AHSA Rule Book Supplements On Web Site
The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) announced today that two Rule Book Supplements listed below are now on its web site at www.ahsa.org and can be accessed by going to "Rules," then " Changes."
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3rd July 2001 Pony Club play for HorseIT Shield
The Pony Club are set to play their popular Mounted Games at the Horse of the Year Show (2nd - 7th October, Wembley Arena) for a new prize – The HorseIT Shield. One of the UK’s leading equestrian Internet sites, HorseIT are sponsoring this hotly contested competition.
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3rd July 2001
AHSA AHSA Hosts Reception For IAHA
The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) hosted an Open House and Reception for members of the International Arabian Horse Association's (IAHA) Region XIV and participants in the 2001 Region XIV Silverama Horse Show on Friday, June 29, 2001. The Open House was followed by a reception during which IAHA Region XIV officers presented the AHSA with a gift, an exquisite sculpture of a Mare and Foal, named "Caring," created by the artist, Shary B. Akers to welcome the AHSA to its Kentucky location. The sculpture, as well as other art made by Akers, was displayed at the AHSA offices. The Silverama Horse Show was held June 27-July 1, 2001 at the Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY.
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3rd July 2001
Tahoe Janet Hischer and Surrey Win $5,000 Jimmy Williams Classic at HITS Tahoe Week I
MINDEN, NEVADA (June 30, 2001)- Janet Hischer, 37, of Scottsdale, Arizona, riding Surrey, won the $5,000 Jimmy Williams Classic at HITS Tahoe in Minden, Nevada, today. Hischer bested a field of 12 horses and took home $1,500 for owners Tim and Jodi Johnson. Doug Russell of Wellington, Florida, was the Course Designer.
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3rd July 2001
AHSA Live Audio Webcast Available At AHSA Board Meeting
The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) announced today there will be live audio webcast available of its Board of Directors meeting to be held at the Marriott Griffin Gate Resort, Lexington, KY on July 10, 2001, 12 Noon (ET).
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3rd July 2001 Show Jumping Result CSI-Y/J Le Touquet France 29 June-1 July 2001
CSI Juniors and Young Riders
1) MICHAEL KEARINS; ADVENTURE (IRL) ; 2) MATHIEU BILLOT; EAGLE DU BOBOIS (FRA) ; 3) PERRINE DAGORN; COUNTRINE (FRA) Faults 4 Time 39.39
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3rd July 2001 Thousands More Jobs Threatened Due To Foot And Mouth - NFU
Foot and mouth will cause thousands more jobs to haemorrhage from farming, following the 51,000 that have already been shed in the last few years, NFU President Ben Gill said today.
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2nd July 2001
Dan Franklin Leaping the barriers
By Michael Hall, Staff Reporter
It took Dan Franklin 10 minutes to do what Laurie Geschke struggled to accomplish for more than 10 years and had thought was impossible.
He brought her daughter to life.
Dan is an equine communications therapist, a horse whisperer, and helps children and adults overcome their physical and mental disabilities. He teaches them the gentle and unspoken language of horses. He uncovers their confidence from beneath blankets of insecurities and leads them to the edge of self-sufficiency.
"A lot of the kids have a real tough time opening up to human beings," said Dan, who lives in Williams Lake. "A lot of them are non-verbal, but they don't have any trouble communicating with horses."
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2nd July 2001 Senior European Show Jumping Championships, Arnhem, Netherlands, Jun 27 - Jul 1
Audi Grand Prix
Individual Final FEI European Jumping Championship 2001
=1) VERELST GOLIATH; Marc VAN DIJCK (BEL)
Prize Money 37500 Netherlands Guilders Faults 0.00/0.00
=1) TINKA'S BOY; Markus FUCHS (SUI) ; =1) VERELST OTTERONGO; Ludo PHILIPPAERTS (BEL) ; =1) GLADDY'S S; Ludger BEERBAUM (GER)

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2nd July 2001 Senior European Show Jumping Championships, Arnhem, Netherlands, Jun 27 - Jul 1
Lennon Takes Sixth For Ireland In Individual Championships
Dermott Lennon, whose clear round On Friday secured the Team European Championships for Ireland, failed today (Sunday, July 1) to take a medal in the Individual Championships Final, where he ran up a total of 10 faults (8 jumping - two time faults) to finish 11th in the Audi Grand Prix.
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2nd July 2001 Horrell Hill Dressage Center
Coming up are two events that really go together, but may be attended separate for those of you a little further away:
Saturday, July 14th, 2001 :Dressage Concepts
July 10 - August 28 : Midland's Technical College offers:
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1st July 2001
Tahoe Jenni Martin Wins $15,000 Open Jumper Prix With Careless at HITS Tahoe Week I
MINDEN, NEVADA (June 29, 2001)- Jenni Martin, 32, of Central Point, Oregon, riding Careless, won the $15,000 Open Jumper Prix at HITS Tahoe in Minden, Nevada, today. Martin bested a field of 23 and took home $4,500 for owner Augustin Walch of Stratford, Ontario. Doug Russell of Wellington, Florida, was the Course Designer. Jenni Martin & Careless
Photo courtesy of Deb Dawson
For Round One, Russell built a 13-jump course that included a triple combination at Fence No. 9 and a double at Fence No. 13. Time Allowed was set at 104 seconds. Eleven horses had clear rounds and moved on to the Jump-Off. Martin rode three horses in the class, Da Vinci, Careless, and Alcatraz 34, and qualified for the tiebreaker on the latter two horses.
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1st July 2001
Unicorn Trails
Realise your dreams......... we'll get you there on horseback !
Enjoy An Indian Summer In November!
Unicorn Trails
Unicorn Trails are pleased to announce that extra places have been obtained for a fully escorted 14 day trip to Rajasthan this November with the added bonus of participation in the unique Pushkar Camel and Horse Fair.
This is a horse-riding/cultural tour of India. Experience rural Rajasthan on horseback, partake in the colourful annual Pushkar Fair and visit the breathtaking Taj Mahal with extra time available for exploration or some extravagant shopping in Delhi.
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1st July 2001 Lennon Bids For Individual Medal At European Championships After Friday's Team Triumph
SENIOR EUROPEAN SHOW JUMPING CHAMPIONSHIPS, ARNHEM, NETHERLANDS JUNE 27 - JULY 1
TOMORROW (Sunday July 1) Ireland¹s Dermott Lennon will compete for the Individual medal at the Senior European Show Jumping Championships at Arnhem, in the Netherlands.
Yesterday (Friday) the Irish team of Kevin Babington, Jessica Kurten, Peter Charles and Dermott Lennon beat 13 other nations at Arnhem to take the European Championship Gold Medal for the first time ever.
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