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14th July 2001
APHA APHA hosts 14 days of world-class competition
Nearly 2,000 horses shown in three arenas at 2001 World Championship Paint Horse Show
FORT WORTH, Texas-Equestrians from 45 states and four Canadian provinces packed the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas, for the 2001 World Championship Paint Horse Show, held June 24 through July 7. They brought nearly 2,000 horses with them to compete in the 166 youth, amateur and open classes offered.
The show, sponsored annually by the American Paint Horse Association, was extended two days this year to accommodate growing interest. Covering 14 days, it was the longest-running APHA World Show to date.
At stake were World Championship titles in Western, English, cattle, driving, speed and halter classes. Also up for grabs were tens of thousands of dollars in prize money in sweepstakes competition in team penning, freestyle reining and bridleless Western pleasure. Big money was also at stake in a challenge series featuring Western pleasure, cutting, hunter under saddle and reining competition.
In all, APHA awarded $100,000 in prize money for the World Show-$25,000 more than last year.
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14th July 2001 Saddles are a major problem for all horses. Here's why:
A saddle just can't fit a horse correctly.
Dr. Michael R. Freeman , Chiropractic Physician, Applied Kinesiologist
If you look closely at a horse's back, you can usually see signs of atrophy in the back and hip muscles (Muscle shrinkage, so you add feed!). These muscles must be allowed to build and develop under the saddle. Every time I examined a horse the trouble almost always involved the withers and the surrounding areas. When a human athlete has pelvic girdle and leg muscle problems, it stems from the neuro lymphatic reflex centers, and acupuncture meridian connectors. These centers are located on our upper back along the spine; on the horse, these sensitive spots turned out to be exactly where the saddle bars rest. Constant pressure on these points will cause certain muscle groups to become less effective, especially the pelvic girdle (rear end), forcing a horse to pull with the forehand, favoring leads and diagonals, among other things.
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14th July 2001 Ireland - Two Nations Cup Victories In One Day
After winning the European Senior Show Jumping Championship Gold Medal just two weeks ago, Irish tails were up today (July 13) as senior teams crashed through strong international fields to win two Nations Cup victories in the same day - one in Falsterbo, Sweden, and one in Lummen, Belgium.
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14th July 2001 Paul Harris
Innovative young New Zealand racehorse trainer Paul Harris is riding the crest of the wave. In only his first season as a licensed public trainer, Harris has made a huge impression in a short time in the industry as leader of the national Newcomer of the Year title, which has only two weeks to run. The award is open to those who have been training for five years or less, and is counted on individual winners, not the number of winners.
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14th July 2001 Champion German Hanoverian Mare Coming To Vista Ridge Farm
SPA WORCESTER a 1997 16.2H Dark Bay Modern-Type Champion Hanoverian Mare (by White Magic by Weltmeyer out of Limone by Lemon xx) is coming to Vista Ridge Farm - Hanoverians.
Worcester is an extraordinary mare that we were able to recently purchase in Germany. She received an overall 8 at her Inspection, including 9's for Swing and Elasticity and for her Head. In addition, she earned an astounding 8.39 at her Mare Performance Test, including 9's for trot and canter, and a 9 and 10 for rideability. At the breeding shows, she was the winner of her Class at 2, winner of her Class at 3, and also Mare Show Champion at 3.
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14th July 2001 Ireland Wins Belgian Nations Cup
Show Jumping result - CSIO Lummen Belgium 11 - 15 July 2001
Nations Cup Friday July 13th
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14th July 2001 Ireland Wins Swedish Nations Cup
With two superb double clear rounds from Cian O'Connor and Lt. David O'Brien, Ireland today (July 13) won the Swedish Nations Cup at Falsterbo, beating favourites Germany into Second Place on time. Capt. Gerry Flynn was clear in the first round, and did not need to jump again to secure Ireland's victory.
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14th July 2001 The International Buckskin Horse Association

This site has all the up to the minute information about the International Buckskin Horse Association including the 2001 Show Schedules; The National Point Standings; The World and Gateway Show Schedule; The World Buckskin Sale; Classified Ads and much more! Check it out today!
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14th July 2001 Show Jumping Result -CSIO Falsterbo Sweden 12-15 July 2001
International Jumping Competition, 2nd Qualification for class no 6, H&M Derby
1) Rododendra Del Terriccio; Andrea Bracci (Ita); 2) Carnegie Iowa 960; Emma Wester (Swe); 3) En Avant Du Rouet; Bjorn Nagel (Ger); 4) Lars N Pedersen (Den); 5) Carraig Dubh ; Captain Gerry Flynn (Irl)
MCR Cup, International Jumping Competition, 1st Qualification for class no 6, H&M Derby
1) Secret Love; Jerry Smiy (Ita) ; 2) Baron Netscape; Francis Connors (Irl); 3) Rododendra Del Terriccio; Andrea Bracci (Ita)
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14th July 2001
Saddletude :: Saddletude Live ::
Imagine the best jumping talent that America has to offer go head-to-head this 3-time World Cup Champion Rodrigo Pessoa and Sydney Olympic Gold Medalist Jereon Dubbeldam.
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13th July 2001
The FEI Federation Equestre Internationale News
12th July 2001

- 2000/2001 FEI/PSI World Jumping and Dressage Finals
- Samsung Nations Cup Series update
- World Cup Jumping Final allocated to Leipzig
- WEG Newsletter
- FEI/Emirates Endurance rankings
- Olympic appointments Athens 2004
- European Eventing Forum in Luhmuehlen
- Open Forum Driving announced in Riesenbeck
- CSI-A San Patrignano
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13th July 2001 2001 National Side-Saddle Show
The College Equestrian Centre, Keysoe, Bedford
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 10 to 12, 2001
Entries for the biggest all-side-saddle show in the world close on Friday 13th July.

For Members and non-Members of the Side Saddle Association, the event promises to be a great weekend for competitors and spectators alike
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13th July 2001
AHSA U.S. Teams To Compete At Hickstead and Dublin
USA Equestrian announced today that the following U.S. teams will be competing at Hickstead CSIO, Great Britain, July 25-29, 2001 and Dublin CSIO, Ireland, August 8-12, 2001:
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13th July 2001 Equine Environmental Disease - Vita Royal's Critically Acclaimed Scientific Program Restores Health Naturally, Without Toxic Drugs
As featured in "Controlling EPM From The Inside Out" in the July, 1999 issue of the HORSE JOURNAL, our comprehensive program has now restored normal health to hundreds of horses across North America without the use of drugs.
A Diagnosis of Equine Environmental Disease Is Not a Death Sentence Any More!
Most of the horses we have dealt with are "relapses" or failures of drug treatments of all sorts. Veterinarians who call to inquire are just as frustrated as their clients, some of whom have spent $5,000 -$8,000 on treatments since 1995, and who still don't have a usable horse. Breeding is out of the question per recommendations of drug manufacturers.
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13th July 2001
AHSA AHSA Issues Statement On Name Change
The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) announced today that it has published an article on its change of name to USA Equestrian on its web site at http://www.ahsa.org/EquestrianGovernance/index.html
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13th July 2001 HORSEWORLD
Preserving the Past, Living the Present, Protecting the Future….

"Akhal-Teke Breed Spotlight Event at HorseWorld"
HorseWorld, the visitor centre of the Friends of Bristol Horses Society - one of Britain's largest charitable equine rescue sanctuaries and retirement homes, is to host a special event to spotlight the rare and unusual Akhal-Teke breed of horses on Saturday 18 August.
Organised by the Akhal-Teke Society of Great Britain the event will not only feature displays and a parade of a number of purebred, and partbred, Akhal-Teke horses but also displays of costume and jewellery from Turkmenistan, as well video presentations about the breed and a display of paintings depicting Akhal-Teke horses by Bridget Tempest. The pride of Turkmenistan, Akhal-Teke horses are part of the sovereign states national emblem and it is hoped that a member of the Turkmenistan embassy will also be visiting the event during the day.
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13th July 2001 Show Jumping Result -CSIO Falsterbo Sweden 12-15 July 2001
SEB Cup, International Jumping Competition
1) Equest Carnute; Thomas Velin (Den); 2) H&M Butterfly Flip; Malin Baryard (Swe); 3) Montanus Faro; Bjorn Nagel (Ger)
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13th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO Lummen Belgium 11-15 July 2001
Prijs BIOAGRICO Thursday, July 12, INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION 1m40
1) Le Jeune Philippe; Double O Seven (Bel) ; 2) Hayashi Tadayoshi; Gold Run II (Jap) ; 3) Delaveau Patrice; Caucalis (Fra) ; 4) Kurten Jessica; Advocat (Irl)

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13th July 2001 Irish Riders In Action In The Week Ahead
Show Jumping - CSIO Falsterbo Sweden 12-15 July 2001
CSIO Lummen Belgium 11-15 July 2001 (Nations Cup)
Show Jumping - CSI-C Lignieres Switzerland 13-15 July 2001
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13th July 2001 Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
European Show Jumping Championships - Juniors and Young Riders. Gijon Spain 18 - 22 July 2001
European Pony Champoionships Vejer De La Frontera Spain 23 - 29 July 2001
CSI-A Royan France 20-22 July 2001
European Dressage Championships Juniors 17-22 July 2001 and Young Riders 25-29 July 2001 Iserlohn Germany
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12th July 2001
BETA Body Protector Standard Aims To Make Riding Safer
WITH improved safety for all riders and competitors being one of the key priorities for BETA new moves have been made to try and help cut down on the number of riding injuries.
From September the BETA 1995 Standard will officially cease to be a valid standard for the manufacture of body protectors.
The standard was replaced in March last year by the BETA 2000 Standard and manufacturers were given until the end of August this year to continue making body protectors to the older standard.
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12th July 2001
AHSA AHSA Directors Meet, Name Of Organisation Changed
Directors of the American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) met in Lexington, Kentucky, on Tuesday, July 10, 2001 and acting as the Voting Members of the corporation, voted to change the Certificate of Incorporation to reflect a new name: USA Equestrian, Inc.
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12th July 2001
Naturally Paws Naturallypaws
Naturallypaws, the website which provides help and advice on caring naturally for pets, has now launched a brand new online store where you can order their carefully selected natural products and books.
Naturallypaws went online in December 2000, and is a good place to visit if your pet is injured or unwell, or you simply wish to boost your pet's health naturally. The website, which has recently undergone a revamp which makes browsing even easier, is dedicated to providing information on how we can naturally look after our pets in sickness and in health.
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12th July 2001
BETA BETA Voices View on Hunting in House of Commons
THE voice of the British Equestrian Trade Association was represented in the House of Commons recently during a hearing on hunting.
BETA Director General Antony Wakeham, together with Chief Executive and Secretary Claire Williams was invited to speak on behalf of the association during two hearing days which discussed the work of the ‘Middle Way’ Group on how to continue hunting by licensing.
Mr Wakeham’s response focused on the economic impact of the ban on hunting and the opportunity arose following a response he made to the ‘Middle Way’ Group earlier in the year.
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12th July 2001 Horses Dying in Aisle At New Holland
In the year since the PA State Police were backed off from New Holland, things have returned to normal.
Dealer & haulers no longer have current permits to conduct business.
Motor vehicle violations abound.
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11th July 2001 Therapeutic Riding In The Piedmont, NC
In the fall 2000 issue of the Review, NCRPS President Butch Kisiah stated that "we need to be out front as a champion of programs and possibilities for all children". I could not agree more. As a recreational therapist (TRS/CTRS), I have grown accustomed to being an advocate for recreation as therapy. And as a therapeutic riding instructor and Director of HorseFeathers Therapeutic Riding, I talk to hundreds of people each year about therapeutic riding in N.C. Therapeutic riding is also known as equine facilitated therapy (EFT), especially when it pertains to non-riding interaction with the horse.
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11th July 2001 Submit a Story, Win a Supracor Pad
Do you have a story about yourself or someone you know who is a riding hero? A "triumph over fear" story to inspire others? Perhaps you've come back from an accident or achieved great success against all odds.
Sharing your riding story, or that of your "riding hero," could be inspirational for other riders. Plus, give you an opportunity to WIN A FABULOUS SUPRACOR SADDLE PAD, valued at up to $325, depending on the style you choose.
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11th July 2001
Costa Rica Classic
Trip Report by Chrissa Pedersen
Dec 23 to 31 2001
Costa Rica Classic
If you want to see spectacular jungle and beach scenery, meet local people, learn about herbal remedies, see lots of wildlife, shop, kick back and relax and don't mind some long van rides on rough roads then this trip IS for you.
Uvi Jenkins was our guide, interpreter, historical, environmental Costa Rican lecturer and baby sitter from Conexiones the local company for Hidden Trails. Uvi said her ancestry goes back to a crewmember on Captain Morgan's pirate ship I felt an immediate connection to her forthright, straight talking manner. Her co-worker was Brian, our driver. He managed to get our luggage and us from the Caribbean to Pacific sides of this Central American country. No small feat given the volcanic mountains that define this country's character. Uvi by the way was the best, most personable riding guide that we have had to date. Extremely organized and very patient with her charges, not to mention her English was excellent.
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11th July 2001 New Amateur Association
For the Good of the Breed: American Amateur Arabian Horse Association Seeing a common need for the amateur owners of Arabian horses to form a separate association for the promotion of the Arabian horse as a family recreational mount, a group of Arabian horse owners, breeders and amateur trainers came together in Nashville Tennessee in late April of this year to discuss what action they could take to meet the needs of Arabian owners like themselves. The result was the formation of a national association for the encouragement of Amateur activities and entry level opportunities for beginning and long time Arabian horse owners. Enthusiastically named "The American Amateur Arabian Horse Association" by the nine attendees from allacross the country, The goal of the group is to help family recreational riders of Arabian horses get together, learn, and enjoy the Arabian horse in low cost, low key shows and events.
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11th July 2001
Boot Care Kit
Brighton, Michigan, June 6, 2001—Leather is expensive and proper care is imperative, that is why Bickmore created The Boot Care Kit. The Boot Care Kit contains the essential care products for all smooth and exotic leather shoes, boots and general leather goods, all packaged together.
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Boot Care Kit
11th July 2001 The White Horse Farm Equine Ethology Project
The White Horse Farm Equine Ethology Project has been running for approaching ten years, and during that time many insights have been gained into the depth and complexity of natural social behaviour in Equus Caballus.
As with any other pure research project, funding has been very hard to find - particularly as the project is non-invasive and therefore of no interest to the pharmaceutical industry.
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10th July 2001
Equitana AU Equitana Asia Pacific News
The Inaugural EQUITANA Asia Pacific Art Awards
EQUITANA Art Exhibition - Bigger and Better in 2001!
EQUITANA Schools Program
Stars confirmed to appear in 'Specialist Panels'
EQUITANA Reining Masters
Who is John Lyons?
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10th July 2001
Tahoe Mandy Porter and La Roc Win $5,000 Jimmy Williams Classic at HITS Tahoe Week II
MINDEN, NEVADA (July 7, 2001)-Mandy Porter, 35, of Solana Beach, California, won the $5,000 PCHA Jimmy Williams Classic at HITS Tahoe in Minden, Nevada, today, aboard La Roc, besting a field of 13 horses. Porter purchased the German-bred gelding less than two months ago, and as owner/rider, she took home $1,500 in prize money. Apollo Farms and John Endicott sponsored the class. Michael Curtis of Tucson, Arizona designed the course.
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10th July 2001
Tahoe Ireland's Damian Gardiner Takes First and Fourth in $50,000 EMO Grand Prix at HITS Tahoe Week II
MINDEN, NEVADA (July 8, 2001)-Damian Gardiner, 33, of Rancho Sante Fe, California, rode two double-clears today, to take first and fourth place in the $50,000 EMO Grand Prix at HITS Tahoe in Minden, Nevada. Gardiner won the class with Delta Frenchy and was fourth with Delta Pablo Van Papingro, both owned by Delta Farm. Gardiner was presented with a cooler, a silver tray and two checks totaling $19,000 for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frank, owners of Delta Farm. Gardiner is originally from Ireland and was a member of the Irish Show Jumping team at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. Michael Curtis of Tucson, Arizona, designed the course for today's field of 20 horses.
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10th July 2001 The 4th International Akhal-teke Show 2001
Welcome to the 4th annual Akhal-Teke show and meeting in Moscow on the 25-26 August, 2001.
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10th July 2001 Governor Ridge Signs PA Horse Transport Bill into Law - Equine Protection Network
Governor Ridge signed the PA Horse Transport Bill into law on June 25, 2001. HB 1139, introduced by Representative Jim Lynch, Warren County,(R) on March 21, 2001. Act 64 bans the use of double deck trailers to transport horses. The law takes effect in 60 days. The bill passed the PA Senate on June 21, 2001 by a vote of 49-0. On May 8, 2001 the bill passed the House 199-0.
The EPN appreciates all the individuals and organizations who have supported our efforts and worked toward passage of this legislation. The EPN applauds Rep Lynch for sponsoring this legislation and the PA Legislature for passing the Horse Transport Bill.
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10th July 2001 ShowJumping Result: Cinzano (Ita) - CSI A - 06/08 July 2001
1) Niall Talbot (IRL) Fancy Brown ; 2) R. Grimm (SUI) Shebah by Komos; 3) G. Galli (ITA) Lambich du St Hubert
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9th July 2001 Equine Intensive and Critical Care Services at LSU: An Inside Look
Equine emergency and critical care is a growing facet of veterinary medicine with more and more horses requiring specialized, immediate, and advanced veterinary care. The intensity of emergency care required is dependent upon the underlying disease and any accompanying abnormalities, and services may often range from body temperature control to emergency surgical intervention. With the diagnostic and therapeutic advances made in recent years in equine medicine and surgery, emergency and critical care can play a major role in the successful treatment and rehabilitation of horses faced with performance-limiting and life-threatening conditions or diseases.
This is especially true at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine where the Veterinary Teaching Hospital Equine Clinic identifies 20-25 percent of its patients as emergency cases. Internists, surgeons, theriogenologists, ophthalmologists, and numerous other specialists, technicians, and students join efforts daily to save and sustain critically ill equine patients.
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9th July 2001 Lennon and Splaine Take Two Out Of Top Four Grand Prix Places
Ireland's European Champion Team star Dermott Lennon and Robert Splaine, both riding Irish-bred horses, took Second and Fourth places in a field of 39 international riders at the Dutch Grand prix at Geesteren, Netherlands, today (Sunday July 8), and walked away with combined prize money of almost £25,000.
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9th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSI-A Neuendorf Switzerland 5-8 July 2001
GRAND PRIX DAVIDOFF Sunday July 8
1) Markus Fuchs ; Cosima II (SUI) ; 2) Kristof Cleeren; Loverboy (BEL) ; 3) Lars Nieberg; Adlantus As (GER) ; 4) Peter Charles; Traxdata Carnavelley (IRL)

PRIX CROSSAIR Sunday July 8
1) Steve Guerdat; Mecano (SUI) ; 2) Leopold v. Asten ; VDL Groep No Doupt (NED) ; 3) Peter Charles; Orange Juice (IRL)

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9th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO Ikast, Denmark 4-8 July 2001
Nations Cup Sunday 8th July
1) Germany ; 2) Ireland ; 3) USA ; 4) Belgium ; 5) Canada ; 6) Holland
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9th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSI-A Geesteren Netherlands 6-8 July 2001
Heijdens Textile Prize
1) Broere Kimberly; Wout-Jan Van Der Schans (Ned) ; 2) Bluf; Edwin Klokman (Ned) ; 3) Virtual Village Hunters L; John Whitaker (GBR) ; 4) Audi's Kathja; Emile Hendrix (Ned) ; 5) Exander; Harry Marshall (Irl)
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9th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO-J/YR Hagen Germany 4-8 July 2001
Young Riders Nations Cup Saturday July 7
1) Germany ; 2) Italy; 3) Netherlands ; 4) Ireland
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8th July 2001
Frank Bell To A Safe Stop,
By Permission of Karen Boush
Western Horseman, September 1998
Frank Bell's training program culminates in a graceful, yet quite practical, one-rein stop.
When horse gentler Frank Bell performs a one-rein stop, he guides his equine partner through an elegant, free-flowing movement that involves solidcommunication and harmony
According to Bell, teaching a horse 'ballet,' as he calls the final segment of his seven-step training system, elevates safety to an art. Two simple maneuvers - a one-rein stop followed by a turn on the haunches - give riders the means to disengage the hindquarters in dangerous situations as well as teach the horse proper foot placement and weight shifting. Ultimately, once the steps have been learned and the moves polished, horse and rider are in sync both physically and mentally. When the hindquarters are properly disengaged the horse cannot run off or rear.
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8th July 2001 The Sawyer Creek Foal Cam Success
Oh my...where do I start...well, it all started with my son's idea of building us a web page, which blossomed and expanded until we had a live foal cam. From the live foal cam and message board we built a huge world wide following, from England, Australia, New Zealand...literally every corner of the earth and all parts of the US.
We had 12 foals born on our live cam...not only was this fantastic for us because of the audience we sold many foals before they were even born but fantastic for the viewers who enjoyed the births. Two newpapers even did quite nice feature articles on us and our unique marketing approach of the live foal cam. They built up quite a little club calling themselves "Creekies" after the name of our farm Sawyer Creek. To date we have over 420,000 hits from which my server says over 200,000 are unique! Then even after the foals were born, they continued to watch and participate on the message board site...which they still do!

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8th July 2001
Tahoe Mexico's Javier Fernandez Wins $15,000 Open Jumper Prix With Loreto at HITS Tahoe Week II
MINDEN, NEVADA (July 6, 2001)- Javier Fernandez, of Zapopan Jalisco, Mexico, riding Loreto, won the $15,000 Open Jumper Prix at HITS Tahoe II in Minden, Nevada, today. Fernandez out-jumped a field of 24 horses and took home $4,500 for owner Charles R. Parks of the U.S. Today's course designer was Michael Curtis of Tucson, Arizona.
For Round One, Curtis built a 12-jump course that included an oxer-vertical-vertical triple combination at Fence No. 6 and an oxer-vertical double at Fence No. 9. Time Allowed was set at 100 seconds. Two horses were eliminated on course. Seven horses had clear rounds and moved on to the jump-off.
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8th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO Ikast, Denmark 4-8 July 2001
Stutteri Ask GRAND PRIX Saturday, July 7
1) Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst; Aperio (GER); 2) Cpt.Gerry Flynn; Carraig Dubh (IRL) ; 3) Elmar Gundel; Chapel (GER)
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8th July 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO Ikast, Denmark 4-8 July 2001
Ecco Sko International Class 140 cm Saturday, July 7
1) Cian O'Connor; Kilfearagh Niamh (IRL); 2) Andreas Ott; Cassino CH (SUI); 3) Jorg Kreutzmann; Giannina (GER)
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