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22nd November 2003
PSOA Launches Showjumping "Fun" Series For Affiliated Riders
The Permanent Show Organisers Association, whose members run most of the UK' s equestrian centres, is to launch a new showjumping series aimed at affiliated riders who are "jumping for fun."
It includes classes for both senior and junior riders, with successful rider qualifying directly to a two-day final at the National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh, in August 2004.
PSOA chairman Norman Bargh said: "We have run the Trailblazer series for unaffiliated, leisure riders now for four years, and have been asked time and time again why we had no classes for affiliated riders who just jumped for fun. The demand has become so great that we have decided to go one better and have a complete series for these people who form the backbone of the British Showjumping Association."
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Added Protection For Foals With New Actimune Foal Gel
ACTIMUNE has been gaining popularity in the UK to help horses cope with stressful situations, such as training, traveling or weaning, giving them added protection against viral and bacterial infection when they are most susceptible.
Now the UK distributor, American Thoroughbred Products Ltd, has announced the arrival of the new ACTIMUNE FOAL GEL. Specially developed to provide added protection to foals from birth, ACTIMUNE FOAL GEL supplies nutrients to help stimulate the immune function at this vulnerable stage in the foal's life. ACTIMUNE FOAL GEL is packed in an easy to administer syringe that contains 60cc of gel sufficient for four days.
Once the foal's digestive system is more developed and he is eating hard food, he can be switched to the feed supplement form of Actimune. This unique feed supplement has been developed to maintain a healthy immune system and can be useful for horses of any age.
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Full Time Groom Graduates to Fully Qualified Saddler
Rachael Argo, a full time working groom at ILPH Belwade Farm in Aboyne, Aberdeenshire has recently qualified as a saddler, becoming one of only three qualified saddlers in Northern Scotland.
Says Eileen Gillen, ILPH Belwade Farm Manager, "Many horses and ponies come into the ILPH with problems that can be traced back to badly fitting saddles, so for us to have a fully qualified saddler on the staff is such a bonus."

Three years ago Rachael, then working as Head Groom at Belwade, decided to start her official training as a saddler, with help from the ILPH. During that time she was apprenticed to the ILPH Master Saddler, Andre Bubear and has gained practical experience with the Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery in London.
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Legally-Blind Rider Tory Watters To Compete At The 120th National Horse Show
Wellington, Florida – November 21, 2003 -- Tory Watters was a happy, athletic, horse-crazy teenager, living in Cincinnati with her parents, when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and damaged optic nerves. Tory had been riding horses since the age of two and had been winning blue ribbons in the children’s hunter division for many years. At the age of 14, major headaches and blurred vision resulted in a life-changing operation and the removal of a malignant tumor. No follow-up radiation was required, and, luckily, the cancer was stopped in its tracks. However, Tory was left with no vision in her right eye and with 20/200 vision in her left eye.

So where did Tory go from there? Right back to what she always loved and knew best: horses, jumping and competition. While Tory sees life as a big, impressionist painting, she has learned to adjust. There is nothing -- short of driving a car --- that Tory cannot and will not do. Her positive attitude and supportive family life have made Tory a winner in more ways than one.
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British Duo Sweep The Board In Toronto

Michael Whitaker from Whatton, Nottinghamshire and Andrew Davies from Warrington, Cheshire enjoyed a highly successful trip to the 2003 Royal Winter Fair in Toronto finishing first and second in the World Cup Qualifier and second and third in the Grand Prix. Michael riding the 9 year-old bay mare, Portofino clinched victory in the FEI World Cup Qualifier from Andrew and Mandy Hall's 10 year-old bay gelding, Limbo V after an exciting nine-horse jump-off. The British duo beat American McLain Ward and Goldika 559 into third place.
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USA Equestrian Executive Committee Meeting Available Via Webcast
A meeting of the USA Equestrian Executive Committee is scheduled for Monday, November 24, at 4:00 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. Please click here for further details

CSI*** Munich (Ger) 28 November - 1 December 2003
Michael Whitaker From Whatton, NOTTS, Geoff Billington From Nantwich, CHESHIRE have been invited and authorised to compete at the above mentioned show
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Proposed Rule Changes Available
A listing of all proposed rule changes going forward for consideration by the U.S. Equestrian Board of Directors, at the 2004 U.S. Equestrian Meeting being held January 14 – 18, 2004, in Los Angeles, CA, is located on the Federation’s website at http://www.equestrian.org/rulechange/prc2003.asp.
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21st November 2003
Seabiscuit Hero On GLC
American Thoroughbred Products Ltd have an unusual interest in the recently released film, Seabiscuit. They are the UK distributors for GLC5500, the equine version of the amazing product that enabled Hall of Fame Jockey, Gary Stevens, to come out of retirement to race again and to play the part of jockey George Woolf in the film.
Gary Stevens was forced to retire from racing in 1999 due to arthritic damage to his knee. The doctors told him he had run out of options and even everyday activities caused him pain. None of the products or therapies he trid had any effect. Then he tried GLC supplement.
Gary takes up the story, "After a few weeks I knew I had found a product that would make a difference. A short 10 months since the most difficult announcement of my life, I was back in the saddle riding world champions. Not only have I been able to come out of retirement, but I am able to play with my children and play a around of golf without pain".
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British Horse Society points the way forward for rights of way
Hundreds of riders throughout the South West will benefit from the start of a new Access and Rights of Way training programme from The British Horse Society (BHS). Access and Rights of Way volunteers from the BHS and Associated Bridleways Groups in the South West, attended a Level 1 Training session held recently (15 November), which covered topics such as Highway Law, the history of the Definitive Map, Finding Bridleways, and Rights of Way Improvement Plans.
Access to safe off-road riding is needed by all horse riders to enable them to avoid the risks of riding on increasingly busy roads, and to further enjoy the pleasures of riding in the countryside. Many volunteers work on their behalf and are committed to maintaining and improving the bridleway network throughout the country. This often involves dealing with Local and District Councils, Highways Agencys and other official offices.
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CSI**** Maastricht (Ned)
11- 14 December 2003

Robert Smith From Shrewley, WARWICKSHIRE, John Whitaker From Huddersfield, WEST YORKS, Emma Rust From Bishops Stortford, HERTS, Damien Charles From Westerham, KENT, Richard Davenport From Knutsford, CHESHIRE, James Davenport From Knutsford, CHESHIRE have been invited and authorised to compete at the above mentioned show Please click here for further details
Mr. Ned O’Flynn re-elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Irish Horse Board
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Irish Horse Board on the 19th of November 2003, Mr. Ned O’Flynn, M.R.C.V.S., was reelected as Chairman of the Board. Mr. Michael Duignan was elected Vice-Chairman. The outgoing Vice-Chairman, Mr. Ralph Conroy, did not stand for re-election due to ongoing work commitments. Please click here for further details

Gerardo Diaz To Dazzle National Horse Show With Charro Charm
WELLINGTON, FL – November 20, 2003 – Gerardo Diaz is a fourth generation charro from San Antonio, Texas, who has demonstrated his horsemanship and roping skills in every state in the continental U.S. except Florida – until now. Diaz is booked for three appearances at the upcoming National Horse Show in Wellington, Florida. A renowned and popular performer, Diaz has presented exhibitions at venues ranging from the 1996 Atlanta Olympics to the Professional Rodeo Circuit to the Economic Summit for world leaders. His appearance at the National Horse Show marks his 179th performance this year. In his one-man show, Diaz performs in traditional charro attire, combining Mexican mariachi music and his precision roping maneuvers with his horses’ skills in dancing, tricks, dressage, and reining. The 120TH National Horse Show will be held November 26-30, 2003, at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club show grounds in Wellington, Florida.
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CSIJY Hengelo (Ned)
4 - 7 December 2003

The following riders have been selected to participate at the above mentioned show:-
CSIJ : JAMES BILLINGTON From Nantwich, Cheshire, TIM GREDLEY From Newmarket, Suffolk, SOPHIE HEAVEN From Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CHARLOTTE PLATT From Haslemere, Surrey, GEMMA PLUMLEY From Chepstow, Gwent
CSIYR : RICKI HILL From Benfleet, Essex, BEN MAHER From Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, VICTORIA MALLIN From Little Onn, Staffordshire, ROBERT WHITAKER From Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
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Belfast Indoor International Horse Show
27 - 30 November 2003

Robert Smith From Shrewley, WARKS, John Whitaker From Huddersfield, WEST YORKS, Nick Skelton From Shrewley, WARKS, Robert Whitaker From Huddersfield, WEST YORKS, William Funnell From Dorking, SURREY, Mark Armstrong From Bordon, HANTS, Andrew Davies From Warrington, CHESHIRE,
Robert Maguire From Wigan, LANCS have been invited and authorised to compete at the above mentioned show Please click here for further details
20th November 2003

Vaccinations and volunteers debated at British Riding Clubs Conference
Vaccinations and volunteers were the main topics on the agenda at the recent British Riding Clubs' (BRC) Conference held at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire (16 November), attended by members from across the country.
BRC requires competitors to produce current equine flu vaccination certificates for all its qualifier and championship competitions, and the debate, which produced strong feeling, centred around whether this should continue. With the national championships attracting competitors from across the UK, and with horse welfare in mind and to prevent any risk of spreading disease, the unanimous agreement was that the requirement should stay.
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British Horse Society celebrates outstanding achievements at annual November Awards ceremony
The British Horse Society celebrated outstanding achievements with its annual November Awards ceremony last week (12 November). Presented by the Rt Hon Robin Cook, award recipients ranged from BHS volunteers to local authorities, all reflecting the tremendous work that is undertaken to benefit horses and riders.
Achievements for access & rights of way, road safety, long service, young rider support, training, promotion of the BHS and work overseas were all represented in the seventeen awards, presented at Saddlers' Hall in London by permission of the Worshipful Company of Saddlers.
Following the ceremony Robin Cook, who has recently accepted an invitation by the BHS to become an Honorary Vice-President, spoke of his involvement with horses, having taken up riding as a hobby later in life. He found horse riding relaxing, as he had 'yet to find a horse that wanted to talk politics'.
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Lauren Hough Set To Defend Her Title At National Horse Show
Can She Three-Peat?
WELLINGTON, FL – November 19, 2003 – Lauren Hough is the first rider in the 120-year history of The National Horse Show to attempt to win the National Horse Show Jumper Championship three times in a row. The 26-year-old Californian, now based in Wellington, Florida, holds the distinction of being the last rider to win the title at Madison Square Garden when the show was held there for the final time in 2001. She successfully defended her title in 2002 at the show’s new home in Wellington, Florida. Please click here for further details

Over the Walls Horse Trials To Host USEA Gold Cup Series Event
Hardwick, MA—November 19, 2003—The Over The Walls Horse Trials, set to return to Great Meadowbrook Farm in Hardwick, Massachusetts, July 30—August 1, 2004, has been selected to host a United States Eventing Association (USEA) Gold Cup Series event.
The USEA Gold Cup Series includes seven of the nation’s premier eventing competition venues and promises spectators and enthusiasts everywhere an exciting format of competition to follow throughout the year. The Series offers increased prize money for competitors and the chance to vie for the grand prize purse and title of USEA Gold Cup Series Champion. The USEA Gold Cup Series is designed to be attractive and exiting to the public as well as inherently valuable to sponsors. Local residents will have the opportunity to watch one of the most exciting equestrian sports in the United States.
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USET Announces Vaulting World Championships Selection Trials
GLADSTONE, NEW JERSEY—November 18, 2003—The United States Equestrian Team (USET) has announced the schedule of Selection Trials for Team Competition at the 2004 Vaulting World Championships to be held in Stadl-Paura, Austria, August 5-8, 2004.
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News Headlines 19th November 2003

USA Wins In Buenos Aires And Gets Qualified For The 2004 Samsung Super League
USA won the Nations Cup of CSIO Buenos Aires and secured their position in the 2004 Samsung Super League.
In a tie with Switzerland for the first place of the Samsung Nations Cup leaderboard, USA sent a strong team composed of Norman Dello Joio on Peace Train, Chris Kappler on Primeur 59, Laura Linback on Remember Me 9 and Beezie Madden on Innocence to the Haras El Capricho located close to Buenos Aires.
The Nations Cup started on Friday at 15:30 over a course designed by Olympic course designer Leopoldo Palacios (VEN). The US team, coached by chef d'equipe Frank Chapot, finished the two-round Nations' Cup with a score of 12 faults to easily defeat the host country Argentina which placed second with 38 pts penalties. Brazil was third with 40 pts. Chris Kappler led the way with the only double clear round of the competition. Please click here for further details

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Historic day for The British Horse Society as Ragwort Control Bill goes through
Yesterday (18 November) became an historic day in the work of The British Horse Society (BHS) as its Ragwort Control Bill completed its passage through parliament and now awaits automatic Royal Assent in the next day or so.
The Bill's journey started almost exactly a year ago following the 2002 ballot for Private Members' Bills. The BHS approached all MPs drawn in the ballot asking for support for a Bill to protect equines against the traumas and death resulting in consuming Common Ragwort. John Greenway, MP for Ryedale in North Yorkshire and drawn No 13 in the ballot, took up the request and gave it his whole-hearted support.
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SHCAC 2003 Fall Meeting
The fall meeting of The State Horse Council Advisory Committee of the American Horse Council was held in Amarillo, Texas, October 31 through November 2, 2003. 65 individuals representing 18 state horse councils attended the meeting, hosted by the American Quarter Horse Association.
Meeting sponsors included the American Quarter Horse Association, Colorad Horse Council, Michigan Horse Council, Minnesota Horse Council & Expo, Primedia, Wisconsin State Horse Council, Indiana Horse Council, Utah Horse Council, Kentucky Horse Council, Maryland Horse Council, Really Big Coloring Books, Iowa Horse Council, New Jersey Horse Council, New Mexico Horse Council, New York State Horse Council, Pennsylvania Equine Council, Wisconsin Quarter Horse Assn., New Hampshire Horse Council. Many thanks for your generous support!
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18th November 2003

Rescued Horses and Ponies on Show
Rescued horses and ponies of all shapes and sizes will be given the opportunity to show off their new skills at the The Ultimate Equine Experience at the Royal Highland Exhibition Centre, Ingliston, at the beginning of December.
On Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th December horses and ponies out on loan from the ILPH (International League for the Protection of Horses) will be going through their paces in the main arena to show their versatility.
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Federation Equestre Internationale News
17 November 2003
USA WINS IN BUENOS AIRES AND GETS QUALIFIED FOR THE 2004 SAMSUNG SUPER LEAGUE
USA won the Nations Cup of CSIO Buenos Aires and secured their position in the 2004 Samsung Super League.
FEI WORLD CUP JUMPING
Velin Victorious in Berlin
Denmark's Thomas Velin proved too good for the rest of them when cruising to victory in the fourth leg of the 2003/2004 FEI World Cup Jumping series in Berlin today which brought a dramatic shake-up to the league leaderboard as the young guns of international show jumping made a significant impact.

FEI DRESSAGE WORLD CUP
German Victor Emerges From Top Class Field in Berlin
Hubertus Schmidt and his lovely Hannoverian mare Wansuela Suerte got the FEI World Cup Western European League off to a great start with a convincing victory in the opening Berlin qualifier.
FEI DRIVING WORLD CUP SEASON STARTS IN STUTTGART
The Stuttgart German Masters will host the first event of the FEI World Cup Driving 2003/2004 season from 19 to 23 November 2003.
FEI EVENTING COMMITTEE OPEN LETTER
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American Paint Horse Association seeks adventurers for Ride America saddle-log program
FORT WORTH, Texas-The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) announced recently that it has improved and expanded its innovative Ride America saddle-log program, making it easier than ever for recreational riders to join.
What is Ride America?
The Ride America program is for people who enjoy experiencing the great outdoors on horseback. For time spent riding or driving their American Paint Horses, participants receive recognition and valuable prizes from APHA and its sponsors.
When riders enroll in Ride America, they receive an official time log and a Ride America patch. They record each hour spent riding their American Paint Horse and as they move through several achievement levels, APHA records their accomplishments and rewards them with special patches.
Depending on hours of riding reached, participants can also earn saddle bags, halters, lead ropes, saddle pads and other valuable merchandise. A time log must be kept for a participant's riding or driving hours with a specific horse. There is no time limit for riders to achieve their hours, as long as their APHA membership remains active.
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Carling King (ISH) well placed at Toronto, Canada CSI W
Irish Sport Horse Carling King, ridden by Kevin Babington (IRL), competed at the Toronto, Canada CSI W last week, November 7th to 15th. Wednesdays $60,000 Toronto FEI World Cup Qualifier class found them take eighth place, following an unfortunate eight faults in the second round after jumping clear in the first round. This pairing also came fifth in Fridays $50,000 1m50 Canadian Open class.
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Wellington Show Stables Sponsors Children’s Fair At National Horse Show
WELLINGTON, FL – November 14, 2003 – Wellington Show Stables, a full care facility encompassing boarding, training, importing and sales, is sponsoring a Children’s Fair on Saturday, November 29, at the 120th National Horse Show in Wellington, Florida. The Children’s Fair will be held from 11am until 3pm on the Great Lawn located behind the Special Events Pavilion. Children 12 and under are admitted free to the National Horse Show as well as to the Children’s Fair where they will be treated to rides, exhibits and clowns. Admission to the fair for those over 12 is included with their general admission ticket. The National Horse Show will be held November 26-30, 2003, at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club show grounds.
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17th November 200

FEI World Cup Dressage
German Victor Emerges From Top Class Field in Berlin

Hubertus Schmidt and his lovely Hannoverian mare Wansuela Suerte got the FEI World Cup Western European League off to a great start with a convincing victory in the opening Berlin qualifier.~
A fluent and harmonious freestyle from the German partnership gained a score of just under 80 per cent to beat compatriot Heike Kemmer and her seasoned Grand Prix mount Albano. Schmidt, a professional trainer who has ridden the ten-year-old mare for most of her career under saddle, was delighted with her performance. He said: "Wansuela Suerte looked around a little at the beginning of our test, but in this, her second season at Grand Prix level, she gives me a really good feeling and just gets better and better." Schmidt is determined to reach the final in Dusseldorf (April 1-4 2004) and is now aiming to win further points at the Maastricht,
Amsterdam and Neumunster qualifiers. Please click here for further details

Federation Equestre Internationale News
Velin Victorious in Berlin…..
Denmark’s Thomas Velin proved too good for the rest of them when cruising to victory in the fourth leg of the 2003/2004 FEI World Cup Jumping series in Berlin today which brought a dramatic shake-up to the league leaderboard as the young guns of international show jumping made a significant impact.
The 28 year old Dane set an impossible target when third to go in the 13-horse jump-off with Equest Carnute while Germany’s Marco Kutscher, also 28 years of age, now heads the league table after slotting into runner-up spot today with Controe.

It was a competition full of contradictions as five likely contenders, including Germany’s Ludger Beerbaum (Goldfever) and Soren Von Ronne (Cantaro), retired in the opening round and yet more than one-third of the field survived to go through to the jump-off. The tight confines of the arena added to the degree of difficulty with Olaf Petersen’s track – "the fences were more technical than expected because the ring is not big" Thomas said afterwards.
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HRH The Princess Royal to Open ILPH Annual Seminar
Millennium Grandstand, Rowley Mile Racecourse, Newmarket, on Wednesday 12 November
HRH The Princess Royal has kindly agreed to attend this year's ILPH (International League for the Protection of Horses) Annual Seminar in Newmarket, on Wednesday 12th November.

Her Royal Highness, who is President of the ILPH, will open the proceedings with a short address and thereafter present a long Service Award to Tony Schorman, ILPH Field Officer, and an Appreciation of Service Award to Roly Owers, former Director of Fundraising and Communications and Molly Housego, Fundraising Officer.
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USET Show Jumping Squad Wins Nations’ Cup at CSIO Buenos Aires Clinches Berth in 2004 Samsung Super League
GLADSTONE, NEW JERSEY—November 16, 2003—The United States Equestrian Team (USET) show jumping squad competing in CSIO Buenos Aires won the Nations’ Cup and secured a position for the United States in the 2004 Samsung Super League.
The Samsung Super League, begun in 2003, limits participation in eight select CSIO competitions (La Baule, Rome, St. Gallen, Aachen, Dublin, Hickstead, Rotterdam, and Barcelona) to only eight countries. Participation at the level of competition found in the Samsung Super League events is considered a critical component of the USET’s strategic plan for Olympic and international success. Since invitations to Samsung Super League events is often difficult to obtain for non-Super League teams, it is important to be one of the eight Super League countries. Please click here for further details

Show Jumping Results: CSI-W Toronto Canada November 7 - 16 2003
$20,000 International Jumpers Canine Equine Relay
1) MCLAIN WARD (USA); DU GATEAX
2) ALISON FIRESTONE (USA); ICEBERG
3) MARGIE ENGLE (USA); HIDDEN CREEK'S PASADENA
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16th November 2003
The Knabstrupper
"About 20.000 years ago, after the ice age, the Cro-Magnons were hunting in the area today known as southern France. The cave paintings made by these hunters still exist today in the caves of Lascaux and Pêche Merle. These paintings prove that the white colour has not developed through domestication, as previously thought, but instead belong to the primeval colours. The paintings prove that the genetic codes for spotted colour patterns were present in the primeval horse and, through migration, were spread all over the world. When the horse was domesticated several thousand years later the genetic codes for spots were still present and could be strengthened through selective breeding.
Denmark, the oldest kingdom in the world, is by tradition a seafaring nation thanks not least to the Vikings. Not only were the Vikings capable seafarers, but they
were also considered to be excellent horsemen. Thus the Norman descendants of the Vikings won the battle of Hastings due to a highly trained cavalry, which could only have been developed by people who prepared their horses through education and selective breeding. In the 12th century a French priest wrote to the French king that .the Danes have at their disposal an outstanding population of horses that surpasses anything he has hitherto seen... In the church of Skibby not far from Knabstrup Hovedgaard is a frieze of murals showing three young princes riding spotted horses. These murals are entitled "Memento Mori" (remember death) and thus tells us that secular decadence will be punished in the afterworld. It further tells us that spotted horses expressed decadence, wealth, arrogance and joie de vivre. Please click here to learn more
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Babington In The Money At Toronto
IRELAND'S Kevin Babington and the Irish-bred <Carling King> have featured strongly in the Royal Winter Fair, Toronto's World Cup show jumping extravaganza.Last night (Friday) the Cariick-on-Suir-born rider took a fifth in the $50,000 Canadian Open, which was won by Britain's Michael Whitaker, while
gaining valuable points in Wednesday's World Cup Qualifier Grand Prix with an eighth place, also on <Carling King>.
Babington and <Carling King> placed well in most of the Winter Fair's major jumping classes, and he also took a seventh place on the nine year-old chestnut gelding <It's Marado> on Wednesday night's International Jumper Challenge.
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