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31st May 2003

Golden Spur Award Honors Paint Horse Association Founder
Rebecca Tyler Lockhart of Ryan, Okla., will receive the 26th annual National Golden Spur Award for her visionary work in establishing the American Paint Horse Association.
The award will be presented during a dinner, beginning with a 6 p.m reception and silent auction, on Sept. 20, at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Sixth St. The Ranching Heritage Association hosts the event.

Entertainment will be provided by recording artists Waddie Mitchell and Don Edwards. The two have performed as "The Bard and the Balladeer" on concert stages throughout the nation and with such orchestras as the Lubbock and Fort Worth symphonies.
Lockhart was selected for the 2003 Golden Spur Award in recognition of her work to create, maintain and promote what was originally called the American Paint Stock Horse Association. It was under her guidance that the organization founders set the high breed standards for the Paint Horse.
"Looking back, what makes me happiest is seeing the APHA grow, seeing good horses, and seeing children and whole families enjoying them," Lockhart said. "I've just loved seeing the pleasure horses give to people and all the children who have gotten involved.
"The Paints were such underdogs," she added. "I felt compelled to rescue them. It was as if I was driven to do it. Once I got my friends involved by telling them it would work, I had to see that it did. It was one of those cases where 'He who rides the tiger cannot dismount.'"
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31st May 2003
Ireland's Heike Holstein 3rd In Lipica Grand Prix - Lipica CDI*** Slovenia - 30th May 2003
Heike Holstein riding the imposing hannovarian gelding Welt Adel was in the money once again today (Friday 30th May 2003) when placing 3rd in the Grand Prix at the international dressage show in Lipica. Despite having to contend with soaring temperatures at the Slovenian venue Heike scored 65.83% to place third out of 35 starters in the class. The Grand Prix was won by Elena Sidneva of Russia riding Arthax Condor RBB on a score of 70.20% with Belgian rider Johan Zagers and Mister Saygon in second place with a score of 65.95%. Heike Holstein and Welt Adel will compete in the Grand Prix Special tomorrow (Saturday 31st May 2003). They won the corresponding class at the Lipica show last year.
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31st May 2003
Show Jumping - Irish Swamp St. Gallen Grand Prix
KEEPING UP their formidable scoring at the CSIO St. Gallen in Switzerland, the Irish today took First and Second as well as Sixth in the Grand Prix today (Friday).
Veteran Robert Splaine steered the Irish-bred <Coolcorron Cool Diamond> into the winner's spot with a double clear and a fraction of a second ahead of team-mate Billy Twomey, riding <Luidam>, while New York-based Kevin Babington took sixth on <Carling King>. Thursday's Irish star, Cian O'Connor, opted to save his horse for the Nations Cup Super League competition on Sunday, and did not compete in the Grand Prix today.
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31st May 2003
Dressage - Irish Rider 2nd On Opening Day- Lipica CDI*** Slovenia - 29th May 2003
Irish rider Heike Holstein opened her account at the international dressage show in Lipica, Slovenia when taking second place in the Intermediare II class today (Thursday 29th May 2003). Heike scored 67.90% with Welt Adel to place second behind Austrian rider Isabella Willibald and Willibalds Don Giovanni (68.53%). British rider Carl Hester scored 67.95% to take third place with Escapado. Holstein and Welt Adel compete in the Grand Prix at the Lipica show tomorrow (Friday 30th May 2003).
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31st May 2003
Show Jumping Results: CSI*** Eindhoven 29 May - 1 June 2003
Bavaria Prize, International Jumping Competition, Table A, one jump off, 1m50, FEI 238.2.2
CAP Prize Eindhoven, International Jumping Competition
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31st May 2003
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31st May 2003
Show Jumping - Kurten Third At Hamburg
Accumulator with Joker, International Show Jumping
1) Candela NRW; Engemann, Heinrich Hermann (GER)
2) Figaro's Boy; Beerbaum, Ludger (GER)
3) Lady Preishammer; Kurten, Jessica (IRL)
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30th May 2003

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Stellar competitor is first futurity champion to win derby
American Paint Horse RR Star shines at brightest magnitude after NRHA competition
FORT WORTH, Texas-American Paint Horse RR Star made reining history and continued to be a record-setter after winning the 2003 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Open Derby Finals at competition held May 13-18, at the Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Okla.
The 5-year-old American Paint Horse stallion and rider Tim McQuay of Tioga, Texas, teamed up to win the derby with a score of 230-the highest score of this year's event. With a guaranteed paycheck of $50,000 for the victory, RR Star's lifetime earnings now total more than $222,000, and he is at the top of the NRHA All-Time Leading Horses list. McQuay, who was already NRHA's Leading Open Lifetime Money Earner, now has more than $1.6 million in NRHA earnings.

This was RR Star's second time in three years to become the most stellar competitor in NRHA world-class competition. In 2001, the sorrel overo won the NRHA Open Futurity, also held in Oklahoma City, and made history by becoming the first American Paint Horse to accomplish that feat. He now makes history again, by becoming the first NRHA Open Futurity Champion to win the NRHA Open Derby crown.
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30th May 2003
Show Jumping - O'Connor Takes Second In Grand Prix Qualifier
KEEPING up a hectic pace, Ireland's Cian O'Connor switched horses after winning the first international class at St. Gallen, Switzerland today (Thursday) on <ABC Landliebe>, and rode his main Grand Prix horse, <Waterford Crystal> into Second in the all-important Grand Prix Qualifier class just two hours later.
The class was won by France's Michel Hecart, while Ireland's Billy Twomey finished in an advantageous Fourth place, on <Luidam>. The Grand Prix takes place at St. Gallen tomorrow (Friday), and the Nations Cup competition on Sunday.
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30th May 2003
Show Jumping - First Honours To O'Connor At St Gallen
IRELAND'S 23 yr old Kildare rider Cian O'Connor saw off the Swiss aces Markus Fuchs and Willi Melliger at the opening international class at St. Gallen Switzerland, today (Thursday) riding the 9 yr old bay mare <ABC Landliebe>
O'Connor finished the class a remarkable 3 seconds faster than Fuchs, riding <Royal Charmer>.
With team-mates Kevin Babington, Robert Splaine and Billy Twomey, O'Connor will compete on Sunday, June 1, for the third of the elite competitions in the Samsung Super League at St. Gallen. Ireland currently lies joint second in the Super League with Germany, each on a score of 10.5 points.
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30th May 2003
Immediate Changes In FEI Eventing Rules
The following change to Article 506.3 of the 2003 FEI Rules of Eventing, adding the CIC as a qualifying option for championship events at the one and two star level, is effective immediately:
This rule change will affect the qualifications for the 2003 Young Riders Championship.
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30th May 2003
Show Jumping - Kurten Ninth At Hamburg
Audi Championat von Hamburg, Springprufung mit Stechen - international
1) Giorgio; Nieberg, Lars (GER)
2) Eurocommerce Napels; Schroder, Gerco (NED)
3) Diabolo du Parc; Beerbaum, Ludger (GER)
3) Quibell; Kurten, Jessica (IRL)
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30th May 2003
DRESSAGE - Merveldt-Steffens 6th In Grand Prix
- Munich Riem CDI*** Germany - 29TH MAY 2003
International Dressage Competition Grand Prix
Qualifier for Grand Prix Kur
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30th May 2003
Show Jumping - CSI*** Munich Germany 29 May - 1 June 2003
Class 5, International Jumping Competition, Table A 1m45 against the clock
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30th May 2003
Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
CSI**** HAMBURG 29 MAY-1 JUNE 2003
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29th May 2003
FEI Pony Classes at Dressage at Devon Prove Big Things Come in Small Packages
The classes will take place at the 29th annual Dressage at Devon, September 23 through September 29
Devon, PA – (May 28, 2003)—Dressage at Devon 2003 will be one of the first large dressage competitions in the United States to offer FEI, or international-level, competition classes for ponies. The classes are open to junior riders between the ages of 12 and 16. Dressage classes for ponies have a strong tradition of popularity at European competitions and have only recently begun to attract attention in North America. The first FEI Pony Division Class in North America was held at the FEI Dressage Championship of the Americas, at Blainville, Quebec, in August 2002.
“In Europe,” says Lendon Gray, who is well known for riding 14.3 hand Connemara/thoroughbred Seldom Seen to several national championships, “the ponies are humongous.” The classes are so important, she explains, because they may encourage children to get into dressage, have fun with it and become better riders, at a younger age. She points out that the quality and numbers of riders has increased tremendously since juniors have been encouraged to participate in dressage. Pony classes will, she hopes, help younger riders find their niche and give them an opportunity to compete against their peers.
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28th May 2003
Major animal welfare project gives new lease of life to Afghans
A major new animal welfare project launched by two British charities is transforming the lives of hundreds of Afghan families and the working horses and donkeys they depend on for survival.
Launched just two months ago, the jointly funded project by the Brooke Hospital for Animals and the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), provides free veterinary care for working equines in the southern Afghan city of Jalalabad, a training programme for the city's farriers as well as education for owners on basic equine care.
In addition, the project has just completed installing freshly pumped drinking water and troughs, the first in Jalalabad for working animals. Until now the nearest water supply was over three miles away and horses frequently died from heat stress as temperatures rose to over 40*C. The new watering facilities, at three carriage stands across the city, are proving to be lifesavers for people too: they are being used by the community, which itself has few fresh water facilities in Jalalabad.
The project employs specially trained vets from the local Afghan agency, Committee for Rehabilitation Aid to Afghanistan, to provide treatment for sick and injured working animals at five of the busiest horse and donkey carriage stands. Many of the animals treated so far have been substantially underweight, some in very poor condition. The reasons are badly overgrown teeth and heavy worm infestations and these problems are now the major priority for the veterinary work. Horses are also suffering from overgrown feet, which can cause severe lameness.
In Jalalabad, thousands of people work with horses and donkeys and, in the vast majority of cases, entire families depend on these animals for their livelihood. Both charities have had past experience of working with Afghan people but this is the first time both charities have been able to work directly with returning refugees inside Afghanistan to help rebuild their shattered lives.
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28th May 2003

Federation Equestre Internationale News
FEI Eventing World Cup News
Bettina Hoy (GER), riding the 11-year old gelding Woodsides Ashby, won the ninth leg of the FEI Eventing World Cup held at the Rodderberg Park Derby (GER) from 22 to 24 May. She performed the qualifier's best Dressage test and cleared the 40 jumping efforts Cross Country course with no penalties. The pair's final score was 38.20 points.
Bettina's performance was all the more remarkable as she not only won the competition but also placed fourth with Unsung Hero scoring 48.20 points. "I am proud of both horses. Ashby has learnt a lot during this last year and is now much more confident in the Cross Country", Bettina Hoy said, who is consistently training towards participation in the 2004 Olympic Games.

This is her third World Cup qualifier after Martinvast-Cherbourg (FRA) in August 2002 and Chatsworth (GBR) two weeks ago. She is also a regular visitor at Rodderberg where she won in 1998 and 2001.
Andreas Dibowski (GER) on Little Lemon B tied with Hoy after the Dressage and Jumping Tests. He came in 20 seconds later following a highly exciting Cross Country and with 44.20 points took the runner up position. In a true spirit of horsemanship and fair play, Dibowski congratulated the winner and paid tribute to her brilliant victory. "The right rider won," he said.
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28th May 2003
South Essex Launches Its 2003 Search For Showing Stars
The first selection day for this year's South Essex Insurance Brokers Search for a Star championship will be held at Osbaldeston Equestrian Centre, Lancashire, on June 7.
Search for a Star is designed to give amateur owners and riders an opportunity to compete at the Horse of the Year Show, due to be held at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, on September 17-21.
Horse and ponies which fall into the following categories are eligible - Working Hunter, Riding Club Show Horse, Show Ponies and Show Hunter Ponies, Cobs, Show Hunter and Riding Horse/Hack.
Judging on selection days follows accepted showing routine, except that riders can talk to the judges afterwards to seek their opinions. Two entries from each class, provided they reach a good show standard, are invited to take part in Birmingham.
Other selection days this year will be held at West Wilts Equestrian Centre, June 28; Merrist Wood College, Surrey, July 19; College Equestrian Centre, Bedford, July 20; Richmond Equestrian Centre, Yorkshire, August 10.
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28th May 2003
Kbis Equine Insurance British Riding Clubs Festival of The Hunter attracts over 500 competitors
The stage is set for another exciting Festival of the Hunter, the British Riding Clubs' championship event for hunter trials and showing classes. The event, generously sponsored by Kbis Equine Insurance, will take place on Sunday 1 June 2003, at Grange Farm, Wittering, near Peterborough.
Individuals, as well as teams, will be awarded rosettes and prizes in the hunter trial classes, which have a record-breaking entry of 391 qualifying competitors. In the showing classes, which this year have 120 entries, individual awards are presented to tenth place, and the three judges taking part will decide on an overall Best in Show at the end of the day.
Emma Spivey, Head of Riding Clubs, said: 'We are delighted once again to welcome Kbis Equine Insurance to the Festival as our sponsors, and thank them for their continuing support. Thanks should also go to the team at Grange Farm, who have put together a lovely course for us in their spectacular surroundings'.
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28th May 2003
New Venue For AON & Thomas Bates
The Aon 6 Year Old and Thomas Bates Seven Year Old classes which were cancelled at Royal Windsor have been re-allocated to the The Sussex Championship Show (Area 46), at Ardingly on 5th and 6th July 2003.
The Aon Six Year Old class will be held on Saturday 5th July and the Thomas Bates Seven Year Old on Sunday 6th July and priority will be given to Royal Windsor entries.
Previous schedules for this show are now obsolete please apply to the secretary for a new orange schedule.
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28th May 2003
Three Irish Sport Horses on Irish Nations Cup Team at Rome CSIO*****
Three Irish Sport Horses helped Irelands Nations Cup team take second place in the Samsung Nations Cup Superleague at the Rome CSIO***** last weekend, May 22nd-25th. Carling King (ISH), ridden by Kevin Babington (IRL), produced the only double clear of the finishing top three Nations Cup teams. His fellow team members included Lt. Shane Carey (IRL) riding Lismakin (ISH), Conor Swail (IRL) riding Windgate King Koal (ISH) and Cameron Hanley (IRL) riding Jerome.
Conor Swail (IRL) also came second with Windgate Mystique (ISH) in Thursdays 1m40 class. He went on to take third place with Windgate Paragon (ISH) in the 1m50 class on the same day and finished fourth in Sundays €140,000 Roma Grand Prix CSIO Superleague riding Windgate King Koal (ISH).
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28th May 2003
CSI-O Rome
22nd - 25th May 2003
Grand Prix
1. Bruno Broucqsault Dileme de Cephe FRA, 2. Gianni Govoni Loro Piana Havinia ITA, 3. Nick Skelton Arko lll GBR
Nations Cup
1. FRANCE 12, 2. IRELAND 24, 3. GREAT BRITAIN 25, 4. BELGIUM 28, 5. GERMANY 28, 6. SWEDEN 37, 7. HOLLAND 50, 8. ITALY 53
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28th May 2003
USA Equestrian Board Of Directors Meeting Available Via Webcast
A meeting of the USA Equestrian Board of Directors is scheduled for Thursday, May 29, at 6:00 pm (ET). The meeting will be available via live audio webcast and can be reached by visiting the USA Equestrian web site at www.equestrian.org and clicking on the link.
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28th May 2003
CSI**** Wiesbaden (Ger)
7 - 9 June 2003
Robert Smith From Shrewley, WARWICKSHIRE, Michael Whitaker From Whatton, NOTTS have been invited and authorised to compete at the above-mentioned show. Please click here for further details
28th May 2003
CSIO Poznan (Pol)
12 - 15 June 2003
Sara Rust From Bishops Stortford, HERTS, Emma Rust From Bishops Stortford, HERTS have been invited and authorised to compete at the above-mentioned show. Please click here for further details
28th May 2003
Update CSIO**** Lisbon (Por) 5 - 8 June 2003
Due to unforseen circumstances, Paul Barker is no longer able to compete at CSIO**** Lisbon. His place will be taken by Damien Charles From Westerham, KENT Please click here for further details
27th May 2003
The Suffolk Punch
The Suffolk Horse is always chesnut in colour (note the traditional spelling without the 't'), often accompanied with a star on the forehead, or a thin reach, blaze or shim down the face. No other colour is seen. There are seven recognised shades of chesnut: dark approaching brown-black, liver colour or mahogany chesnut, dull dark chesnut, light mealy chesnut, red, golden, lemon, bright chesnut. Although non standard, the preferred heights are between 16.1hh and 16.2hh for a mare, and 17hh to 17.1hh for a stallion. A mature horse can weigh between three quarters and a full tonne.
The Suffolk is shaped with great width in front and in the quarters. Its short legs and resulting low draught give it a direct pull on its vehicle. The impression is that the body is too big for the legs, giving the breed the nickname 'Suffolk Punch'.
The Suffolk shares a distinctness with the British Percheron of being the only clean-legged draught horse. The breed is famous for its docile disposition and young horses can be quickly schooled to perform any work. Early maturity means that many Suffolks are put to light work at two years of age and go into full work at three, working well into their mid-twenties. Easy keeping qualities are characteristic. Considering the weight and work performed, food consumption is small. The Suffolk can live on an allowance that would have starved the enormous dray horses of Liverpool and London, lasting for long hours without feeding as was practiced on farms.
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26th May 2003
Irish Rider Joint 1st In Intermediare II Class - Barzago CDI*** Italy 25th May 2003
On her first international outing this season Irish rider Heike Holstein from Carbury, County Kildare placed joint 1st along with French rider Dominique d'Esme in the Intermediare II class at Barzago CDI*** in Italy this morning (Sunday 25th May 2003). Riding the imposing Hannovarian gelding Welt Adel Heike scored 66.48% for the win. Swiss rider Sylvia Ikle riding Salieri placed third with a score of 66.39s%.

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26th May 2003
Swail Fourth In Rome Grand Prix
IN A STRONG comeback after his below-par Nations Cup outing on Friday, Co. Down-born Conor Swail steered the Edward Cawley-owned <Windgates King Koal> into an impressive Fourth place in the Rome Grand Prix today (Sunday), against Europe's toughest opposition, and picked up 11,000 Euro in prize money.
The 31 yr-old Malahide-based rider took the Irish-bred stallion through to the five-rider jump-off, and a single pole down kept him from the top slot, as he racked up the fastest time of 36.77 seconds. The class was won by French ace Bruno Broucqsault, riding <Dileme de Cephe>, with a double clear and a time of 37.23.
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26th May 2003
Ireland's Anna Merveldt-Steffens Equal 4th In Grand Prix Kur - Barzago CDI*** Italy 25th May 2003
Irish rider Anna Merveldt-Steffens riding the westphalian gelding Fosbury 2 scored 69.69% to place equal 4th in the Grand Prix Kur (Freesytle to Music) at the international dressage show in Barzago, Italy this afternoon (Sunday 25th May 2003).
The Grand Prix Kur was won by French rider Julia Chevanne Gimel riding Calimuch on a score of 73.2% with British rider Emma Hindle and Wie Weltmeyer scoring 71.93% to place second.
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26th May 2003

Merveldt-Steffens 4th In Intermediare 1 Kur Barzago CDI*** Italy 25th May 2003
Continuing her good showing at the international dressage show in Barzago, Italy Irish rider Anna Merveldt-Steffens placed 4th in the Intermediare I Kur (Freestyle to Music) class this morning (Sunday 25th May 2003). She scored 67.7% on the consistent mare Hera III. The class was won by Italian rider Valentina Truppa riding Don Rico on a score of 74.12%
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26th May 2003
Dressage - Irish Rider In The Money - Barzago CDI*** Italy 24th May 2003
Senior Irish international rider Anna Merveldt-Steffens has been in the money on the first two days (23rd and 24th May 2003) of the international dressage show in Barzago, Italy.
On the opening day of the show (Friday 23rd May 2003) she placed 9th in the Prix St Georges class with Hera III on a score of 65.75%. The class was won by German rider Alexandra Simmons de Ridder riding Wellington with a score of 69.95%.
Today (Saturday 24th May 2003) Merveldt-Steffens placed 5th in the Intermediare I class again on Hera III scoring 65.85%. British rider Carl Hester riding Santas won this class with a score of 68.95%. In the Grand Prix class this afternoon at the Italian venue Anna placed 4th with Fosbury (65.58%) with Emma Hindle from Great Britain taking first place on a score of 67.71% with Wie Weltmeyer.
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26th May 2003
Show Jumping Results: CSI*** Aach Germany 23 - 25 May 2003
Gran Premio Maserati - Group A (GRAND PRIX)
1) Tinka's Boy; Fuchs, Markus (SUI), 2) Adlantus As FRH; Nieberg, Lars (GER), 3) Handel; Whitaker, Michael (GBR)
Preis der Firma hippo data, Two-Phase Group A
1) Stella VIII; Oeuvray, Dehlia (SUI), 2) Richebourg; Vangeenberghe, Jean Claude (BEL), 3) Annahof's Alessandro; Marschall, Manfred (GER), 4) L.B. Galileo; Hughes, Marion (IRL) Please click here for further details
26th May 2003
Show Jumping Results: CSIO Rome Italy 21 - 24 May 2003
Int. H. 1.45 Accumulator Competition (269.4.5 with Joker)
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25th May 2003

Authorse reveal U.S. Remount Service had tremendous impact on horse industry
Dedicated horsemen lead the charge into military history with 'War Horse"

FORT WORTH, Texas-Today's U.S. military pilots strike enemy targets at supersonic speeds, while ground forces advance to the battlefront in sophisticated tanks that can traverse practically any type of terrain. In addition to their remarkable speed and range capabilities, these stealthy fighters can often complete their missions before they are ever detected by the enemy. Bring the U.S. Navy into the theater, and the military possesses a triple threat by air, land and sea that provides tremendous advantages during times of war.
It wasn't that long ago, however, that the horse supplied a strategic advantage and played a major role in helping the Untied States to defeat its enemies. From Revolutionary War times right on past the Spanish-American war in 1898, skilled horsemen were riding their strong mounts to victory, as the United States made steady progression as a world power.
After the turn of the 20th century, a group of knowledgeable and insightful individuals, determined to maintain and ultimately enhance their country's military advantage, devised a program to ensure that Americans would always have enough horses ready for any fight at any time. Strength in numbers was not their only concern. These military planners were also committed to establishing a national stable of military horses that were superior in intelligence, strength, stamina and soundness than those of any other nation.
This was the birth of the U.S. Remount Service, and is the primary focus of a fascinating new book, titled "War Horse," written by authors Ed Roberts and Phil Livingston.
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25th May 2003
New - East Meets West at Southmowing Stables!!
Who needs a horse with better manners? Who doesn’t? Join Bob Jeffreys, founder of the Partnership Training for Horse and Rider System for The Complete Ground Manners Clinic on Sat/Sun July 12 -13, 9am – 5pm. In this cross-disciplinary event clinic participants will learn Bob’s unique “Vowel Method of Applied Pressure,” an incredibly effective approach to sacking out, desensitizing, yielding to pressure, come-to-you, backing, circling, lunging, and passing over, around and under objects. Together with his Clinic Partner, Suzanne Sheppard, he will even throw in an advanced leading lesson! Gain your horse’s trust, improve work under saddle, into the trailer and more!
Then sit back and enjoy The Saturday Night Round Pen Show! On July 12 from 7pm- 9pm, come to an exciting, educational family–friendly show in which Bob will round pen a horse he’s never worked with before, establish people as head of the pecking order, gain the horse’s trust, and lay the foundation for an amazing degree of inter-species communication. Food, prizes, fun!
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25th May 2003
CSI***** St Gallen (Sui) Super League Event
29 May - 1 June 2003
Tim Stockdale From Roade, NORTHAMPTON, Keith Shore From Northwich, CHESHIRE, Nick Skelton From Shrewley, WARWICKSHIRE, Di Lampard From Oakham, LEICS. TEAM MANAGER DEREK RICKETTS from Bicester, OXON have been selected to compete at the above-mentioned show. The Grand Prix will take place on Friday 30th May and the Nations Cup on Sunday 1st June 2003.
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25th May 2003
Show Jumping Results: CSIO Rome Italy 21 - 24 May 2003
Prix n. 8 LANCIA Int. H. 1.50 Mixed Competition (238.2 2)
Prix n. 9 TELECOM ITALIA (Puissance)
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25th May 2003
CSI* Roeser (Lux)
13 - 15 June 2003
Judi Piper From Hailsham, EAST SUSSEX, Paul Bevan From Lichfield, STAFFS, Vicky Bevan From Lichfield, STAFFS, Gillian Bilborough From Whitchurch, SALOP have been authorised to compete at the above mentioned show. Please click here for further details
25th May 2003
Show Jumping Results: CSI*** Aach Germany 23 - 25 May 2003
Preis des Sportpferde-Zentrums Hirtenhof, Zeitspringen (Speed) Group A
1) Landfurst FCS; Whitaker, Michael (GBR), 2) Lanitop; Fervers, Fritz (GER), 3) Gogo-Girl; Gripshover, Lutz (GER)
Preis der Firma Haring Wohnraumgestaltung, Pfaffenweiler, Zeitspringen (Speed) Group B
1) Carina; Witzemann, Andy (GER), 2) Classic Jumping CK; Honold, Benjamin (GER), 3) Royal Beach Cupid; Sas-Jaworski, Bohdan (POL)
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25th May 2003
CSI**** Lisbon (Por)
5 - 8 June 2003

Robert Whitaker From Huddersfield, WEST YORKS, Paul Barker From Northallerton, NORTH YORKS, William Funnell From Dorking, SURREY,
Mark Armstrong From Bordon, HANTS, TEAM MANAGER Derek Ricketts from Bicester, OXON.have been selected to compete at the above-mentioned show
The Grand Prix will take place on Friday 6th June and the Nations Cup Competition on Sunday 8th June 2003.
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