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28th December 2002

2003 Arabian Sport Horse Nationals Sets Tentative Schedule
The International Arabian Horse Association® (IAHA®) Sport Horse Show Commission has set fees and approved a tentative schedule for the 2003 Arabian Sport Horse National Arabian and Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show. The show will be held at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, Virginia, on September 17-21, 2003. Chosen for its excellent dressage and hunter/jumper facilities and prime eastern location, the center's spacious 600-acre site has four indoor covered arenas, nine outdoor competition rings, five warm-up areas with two fully covered and a full cross-country course.

National championship classes at the five-day show will include dressage, hunter/jumper and sport horses classes for Arabians, Half-Arabians and Anglo-Arabians. (See the tentative schedule on page 2 for specific classes and times). All classes will payback 70 percent of total class entry fees as prize money to the champion, reserve champion and top ten.
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28th December 2002
The rare black Irish Draught stallion, Corrcullen  
The rare black Irish Draught stallion, Corrcullen, continues to show proof of his great athletic ability and versatility, having additional eventing and dressage successes in 2002. Ridden by Carol Kozlowski at the prestigious Stuart Horse Trial and One Star in 2002, he had the third best score HC (Hors Concours) at Training Level and was placed second at Genesee Valley Hunt Horse Trial. Both finishes were on his dressage scores without jumping or time penalties. At his first ever dressage test, he had firsts in each class entered, at Training and First Level, at the WYNDA Fall Finale and Championship Dressage test this year. At present, he is schooling second and third level movements.
Kozlowski who has had an outstanding eventing career and rode Erin Go Bragh, the famous Connemarra eventing stallion has enjoyed working with Cully another Irish horse. She finds that he has a great temperament, athletic ability and versatility. During the eventing season, for additional experience she suggested that he enter the Western New York Dressage Association Fall Finale. Competing against some of the best dressage horses and riders in central and western New York he was placed first in both classes he entered through First level.
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28th December 2002
Vote For Equestrian Of The Year
USA Equestrian members are invited to participate in the selection of the 2002 USA Equestrian of the Year. All 2002 and 2003 members, visit http://www.equestrian.org/equestrianoftheyear/2002/index.asp and cast your ballot for one of the eight Equestrians of Honor who are the finalists for this distinguished award. The voting will close Wednesday, January 8.
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28th December 2002

Half-Arabian Wins Percheron World Congress Crossbred Halter Championship
Robin Mountjoy knew that her Arabian/Percheron gelding, AGF Shamrock Bey, was a superb example of what a Half-Arabian sport horse gelding should look like. After all he won all seven in-hand classes he entered in the last two years and was Half-Arabian Sport Horse Gelding Reserve Champion last July at the International Arabian Horse Association® (IAHA®) Region 15 Show. But even Mountjoy was surprised at his latest victory. On October 26, 2002, she showed the 16.1-hand gelding to a championship at the Percheron World Congress in its first-ever Crossbred Halter 3 Years and Over Championship in a class of 18 mares, geldings and stallions.

"Most of the horses were Percheron/Thoroughbred crosses with a number of Paint and Quarter horse crosses," says Mountjoy, who lives in Richmond, Virginia. "He was the only Percheron/Arabian cross that I knew of there."
To be eligible, horses had to be at least Half-Percheron although according to Mountjoy, the prize list stressed that they were looking for horses with characteristics of a Warmblood.
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28th December 2002
Show Jumping Results: CSI-W Mechelen Belgium 26 - 30 December 2002
International Jumping Competition CSIW - 1m50
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27th December 2002
Chateau de Béhen , special offer till end March 2003
Special offer till end March 2003: third night free if two nights with evening meals taken at the Chateau , meals from 28 Euros per person incl. wine, 43 Euros per person incl. wine, champagne
Equestrian facilities on site
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27th December 2002
CHA Sponsor Rein-Aid Productions
The Certified Horsemanship Association is delighted to announce their recent sponsorship from Virginia based company Rein-Aid Productions. The CHA is a non-profit organization promoting excellence in safety and education for the benefit of individuals and group riding programs. Today CHA is the largest and most active instructor certification system in North America with over 4,000 instructors and approximately 700 new instructors certified annually. Certification is available for a variety of disciplines and offers different levels of qualification. Certification clinics are held at program member facilities throughout North America and range in price from $450-$600. Educational manuals are included in the price which often covers lodging and meals in addition to the instruction and examination.
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27th December 2002

BETA International 2003 - A Host of Innovations
Please note: this is a TRADE show, but following on from BETA International 2003 you will see the latest fashions and saddlery equipment in your local retailer

ORGANISER'S of this year's BETA International have planned a host of exciting innovations.
With more than 300 exhibitors taking part, the leading Equestrian and Country Clothing Fair looks set to be a major draw for visitors from more than 40 countries.
BETA International takes place at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham from February 16 to 18.
The show will be open from 9.30am to 6.30pm on the Sunday and Monday and 9.30am to 5pm on the Tuesday.
Merial Equine Health, long time supporters of the Trade Fair are once again title sponsors of the prestigious three day show.
Ronnie Leggat, Merial's Equine Enterprise Head said: "BETA International is the largest exhibition of its kind in the world, and is easily the best way for us to meet our distributors and customers."
The Horse Demonstration Arena is being sponsored by Masta and will see international driving celebrity Gary Docking co-ordinating the demonstrations and providing lively commentary.
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26th December 2002

450 Olympic Stars Of The Future Apply For World Class Start and Potential
The British Equestrian Federation's (BEF) appeal for talented young riders to take part in selections for the 2003 World Class Start and Potential Programmes (WCS&P) received 450 applications of superb quality. The exciting process of selecting the very best of these "stars of the future" now begins.

Riders who are chosen to go through to the next round of selections will be contacted early in January and invited to attend a final selection trials. An elite panel of selectors are now confirmed, the selectors are very excited about this opportunity to assess this gifted group of riders.
Victoria Kind, World Class Start and Potential Manager, said; "The response has been wonderful. We are so impressed by the time and effort applicants have put in we will be contacting all of them personally to thank them for their participation. It is impressive that the pool of quality riders we have in Great Britain can produce such a large number of applicants of the World Class calibre we are seeking."
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26th December 2002
AHJF Hunter Classic Spectacular
WHAT: The American Hunter-Jumper Foundation Hunter Classic Spectacular. This is a qualifying event featuring the top national amateur, junior and professional show hunter riders. This premier equine event offers the top money in the nation. It is the one event hunter riders aspire to compete in. There is no entry fee for the competitors. Riders qualify through preliminary competitions held during the Winter Equestrian Festival, February 12-16, 2003.
WHEN: February 15th – 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
WHERE: Winter Equestrian Festival, 14440 Pierson Rd., Wellington, FL. Event will take place in the International Arena, a large grassy field in a beautiful tropical setting, surrounded by spectator and sponsor tents. The arena is lower than the surrounding tents offering viewers a great chance to see the competition.
WHY: This is a major fundraiser for the American Hunter-Jumper Foundation, Inc. (AHJF) and its programs. The AHJF was formed to further the development of the equestrian sport of show hunter rider and show jumping competition by providing a national office to organize, coordinate and support hunter rider and show jumping equestrian competition. Programs of the AHJF include the World Championship Hunter Rider Awards, the AHJF Emergency Relief Fund, AHJF Educational Programs, the AHJF BSA Inc. 401k and Profit Sharing Plan and the Legacy Cup.
HOW: Riders who have earned the title of champion and reserve champion in the preliminary competition in the junior, amateur and professional divisions and are current members of the AHJF qualify to compete in this no entry fee class.
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26th December 2002
Country music star brings horse to top notch equine facility in Central Florida
Orlando, December 2002 - Kenny and Joan Sims, owners of Highlife Farms announced today that legendary country music singer, George Jones arrived on property to unload one of his masterpieces. Not a song but a horse: a big Percheron horse named Lakota by Avatars Knight's Commander. This phenomenal animal will be trained and taken care of to the highest of standards at Highlife Farms.
Jones, who lives in Tennessee with his wife Nancy, plans on making multiple trips to Central Florida and Highlife Farms to admire his horses progress and to relax. When asked why Highlife Farms, Jones said, "I've known the Sims family for many years and trust their work ethics. Even though I live hundreds of miles away, I trust Highlife Farms and wouldn't let this incredible horse go anywhere else."
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25th December 2002
“Establishing a Proper Relationship with Equine”
Part I: The Basics by Rick Harper
The concept of establishing a relationship with equine is becoming a common theme among equine enthusiasts and professionals. The word “relationship” is appearing in respect to training methodology around the world. So far, most of the emphasis on defining a proper relationship with equine concentrates on the knowledge we now have of equine behavior, specifically as it relates to the social structure and characteristics of equine in a herd environment. This, of course, is not all bad. The question is, can the relationship between man and equine be improved by defining the relationship in terms that go beyond the behavioral study of how equine relate among themselves? Should the relationship between equine and man be a study in and of itself? We should find a word for this study; maybe we could call it HORSEMANSHIP. So, let us start by defining horsemanship. You know, now that we look at it in this respect, there was a book written around 400 BC about horsemanship.
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25th December 2002
Horse Whisperer Monty Roberts To Speak At Hickstead Equine Event
World-famous "horse whisperer" Monty Roberts will be at the Hickstead Equine Event, which opens a three day run at the All England Jumping Course on January 10. He will speak at the daily forums and sign copies of his new book "From My Hands to Yours," which will be on sale at the Event.
Over the last two decades, Monty Roberts has built a huge following for his methods of "talking to horses" and training by kindness. His book, which is based on "lessons from a lifetime of training championship horses," reveals for the first time a "dictionary of his non-verbal language" used to communicate with them.
Event organiser David Crockford said: "We are really thrilled that Monty has agreed to speak at the daily forums as we know he has a great following in Sussex and the rest of the country. His book is going to be extremely popular."
It will be the first time in 2003 that "From My Hands to Yours" is available on public sale in the UK, well in advance of its official launch date.
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25th December 2002

A Top Equestrian Event!
The Scottish crowds were enthralled by the second Scottish Christmas Equine Fair that took place at the Royal Highland Showground, Ingliston, Edinburgh on the weekend of 7/8 December.
With an excellent visitor attendance, a stunning Supreme Equine Arena programme and over 169 trade stands, this Contour Exhibitions & Events organised Fair has become an eagerly looked forward established event.
A stunning opening of the show by Major Gordon Campbell from the Royal Scots Association Pipe Band set the pace for the weekend. Huge crowds determined to capture the buzz and excitement that pervaded the showground were enthralled by the entertainment and shopping opportunities.
The Supreme Equine Arena hosted some of the top names from the equestrian world including Richard Maxwell who provided excellent displays with problem horses, Sylvia Loch with her moving classical dressage display to Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Hamilton's Showjumping demonstration and not forgetting The Stallion Parade with horses from local studs, The Scottish Icelandics and The Highland Pony Society who provided a wonderful display of their breeds.
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24th December 2002
Saddle Up For The Ultimate All-Indoor Equine Event!
The Midlands Equine Fair - "the ultimate equine event" - returns to the Three Counties Showground, Malvern, on 8th and 9th March 2003 with more to see and do than ever before.
Organisers Contour Exhibitions & Events are promising the biggest and best show so far, with a dedicated Equestrian Shopping Village boasting around 130 trade stands; world-class demonstrations in the Supreme and Top Equestrian Arenas; the opportunity to meet the experts; a horse and pony breed society area; and an innovations area featuring four great winners of an innovation competition run by Contour.
In the Supreme Equine Area, champion three-day eventer Blyth Tait will demonstrate how to train a cross country horse; David Lloyd will present a show of Western riding to put the best cowboy to shame; international horse driving champion Dick Lane will provide a display showing the full process of horse driving, from harnessing up and the carriage to building an obstacle and driving it with the team - there might even be the chance to ride with Dick for a lucky member of the audience; as well as a demonstration from Nicole Golding and Adam Goodfellow from Kelly Marks' Intelligent Horsemanship team, national dressage champion Nicky Barrett in action, a stallion parade and carriage driving from Gary Docking.
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24th December 2002
Derby House Develop New Mobile Field Shelter
DERBY House has developed a new top of the range mobile field shelter.
The mobile field shelter can be moved around the field using a 4x4 vehicle or when conditions get tough a tractor. This helps to stop fields and paddocks becoming a sea of mud in certain areas.
Built from Scandinavian Red Wood, the mobile field shelter is constructed on a metal sub frame with skids so you can place it where you want. As it's mobile a costly concrete base isn't needed and planning permission is not usually necessary.
The Derby House Mobile Field Shelter can be made to any size you want and an overhanging canopy helps prevent rain entering the building through the doorway keeping your horse snug and dry.
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24th December 2002
New FEI Dressage Tests Available
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has released new 2003 Dressage Tests for the following levels: Grand Prix* - version "A" and "B"; Grand Prix Special; Young Rider Preliminary, Team, & Individual; Junior Preliminary, Team, & Individual; and Children's Preliminary, Team & Individual. The new versions become effective January 1.
Also, the Prix St. Georges Freestyle Test has been renamed the Young Rider Freestyle Test and may be used only for Young Rider competitions.
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24th December 2002

Equine Photographers Network Conference:
SATURDAY February 15, 2003 at the Carefree Conference Resort, Carefree AZ. All day trade show, print show & competition, FREE business education for working photographers, low cost Getting Started in Professional Photography workshop. SUNDAY February 16, 2003. Two half day workshops presented by Susan Sexton and Patty Hosmer at The Red Vista Ranch, Cave Creek, AZ.
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24th December 2002
AAEP To Hold Equine Health Forum During USA Equestrian Annual Convention
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is sponsoring an equine health forum on Friday, January 17, as part of USA Equestrian's Annual Meeting in Lexington, Ky. The forum is free to all USA Equestrian members and guests attending the meeting.
The topics and speakers are:
· "Emerging Equine Diseases." Dr. Genevieve Fontaine from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine's Equine Extension, will discuss the latest research and news concerning West Nile Virus.
· "Common Lameness Problems." Dr. Deborah Spike from Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY, will examine common lameness problems in the sport horse.
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24th December 2002
CSI-W Mechelen (Bel)
26 - 30 December 2002
In addition to Tim Stockdale, Richard Davenport and Michael Whitaker, Veronique Whitaker has been invited and authorised to compete at the above-mentioned show Please click here for further details
24th December 2002
CSI* Veendam (Ned)
2 - 4 January 2003
The following riders have been selected to compete at the above-mentioned show
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23rd December 2002

BD Introduce New Championships
British Dressage is launching major new Championships in 2003 for young horses, ponies, mares and stallions. The British Dressage Young Horse and Breeding Championships will be held over two days, 19th - 20th July 2003, at Addington Equestrian Centre and is open to all competitors, whether or not they are BD members.

The innovative Championships will feature ridden classes for 4, 5,and 6 year olds, ridden classes for young ponies, in hand classes and an open freestyle to music class for stallions. The Championships have been developed along the lines of the German Bundeschampionat and will emphasise the importance of breeding by generating awareness and interest in British bred horses.
Commenting on the idea behind the event BD Chairman, Desi Dillingham said: " History has proved that the countries which excel in dressage have their own successful breeding programmes, and that is what we are encouraging. In the UK we have stallions, mares and youngstock easily good enough to hold their own in a worldwide market and we are keen to build on this."
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23rd December 2002

BEF Backs BOA Bid
The British Equestrian Federation is fully in favour of the proposed bid by the British Olympic Association for the 2012 Olympic Games to be held in London.
Representatives from the BEF visited the site of one of the BOA's potential equestrian Olympic venues, the Royal Veterinary College at Potters Bar, at the BOA's invitation two years ago. The BEF team met Professor Lance Lanyon, Principal of the RVC, and assessed the outline potential of the site to meet the needs of the equestrian Olympic sports. Mike Tucker, who subsequently designed the Eventing cross country for the Jerez 2002 World Equestrian Games, accompanied the BEF delegation as a professional advisor.

Philip Billington, Chairman of BEF, said: "Our initial observation indicates that the Potters Bar site offers good potential to accommodate the equestrian sports, a key ingredient is the ideal distance to the potential Olympic site being under 30 minutes. Once a decision to bid has been made there is much more work to be done, including over the venue, with full consultation between BOA, BEF and its members, and UK Sport."
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23rd December 2002
Heroes of the Horse
Equine Research Centre, Guelph, ON - The inaugural Heroes of the Horse Awards was held at the Stratford Festival Theatre, December 8, 2002. The one-hour, 45-minute "Academy Awards for horses" honoured exemplary cultural contributions made in the name of the horse, recognizing world-class efforts in the categories of Film, Music, Literature, Sport, Medicine, Philanthropy, and Commerce.
The evening featured special guests William Shatner, Ian Millar; Stratford’s own Lucy Peacock, and a live audio feed from pop star Bryan Adams. A selection of great moments of the horse in film, television, mythology and popular music were meant to highlight the bond between humans and horses. These were chosen from an array of classics, including "Hollywood Loves Horses," "Ghost Racers in the Sky," and the recent Dreamworks production, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
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23rd December 2002
Show Jumping Results: CSI-B Genova Italy 20 - 22 December 2002
1) Conor Swail (IRL) Windgates King Koal, 2) Robert Splaine (IRL) Coolcorron Cool Diamond, 3) Joelle Cairaschi Dagut (FRA) Even du Vallon
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22nd December 2002

Vet's Exam Success Points Way To Higher Equine Dental Standards
The first and only British veterinary surgeon to pass the prestigious Equine Dental Technicians (EDT) examination has highlighted a growing problem among horse owners of engaging the services of " cowboy" equine dental technicians who are not properly qualified.
Christopher Pearce, a partner in the five-vet Barn Equine Surgery, in Three Legged Cross, Wimborne, Dorset, has passed the EDT examination, recently set up and run jointly by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) and the British Association of Equine Dental Technicians (BAEDT). He is the only vet in the UK to have passed the exam and be admitted to membership of the BAEDT.
The examination was set up to promote the highest standards in equine dentistry, following increasing concerns about the emergence of so-called "equine dentists" - lay people who rasp horses' teeth for a living - but who often have received only minimal training or none at all. Some of these equine dental technicians have received training by a self-regulating organisation in the USA, which is not recognised in the UK.
Although vets have traditionally rasped the teeth of horses while visiting clients for other purposes, recent advances in equipment and techniques, together with increased awareness among horse owners about the importance of dental health, has resulted in the emergence of these so-called equine dentists.
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22nd December 2002
Charles Owen To Sponsor Children's and Adult Medals
Leading Manufacturer of Riding Helmets Supports New Marshall & Sterling League.
SAUGERTIES, NY (December 20, 2002)--The New Marshall & Sterling League announced today that Charles Owen, the British manufacturer of quality riding helmets, has become the title sponsor of the League's Children's and Adult Medal Classes. The Charles Owen Children's Medal and the Charles Owen Adult Medal will be offered at League horse shows throughout the country beginning January 1, 2003.
Charles Owen, founded in London, England in 1911, is a leading manufacturer of ASTM/SEI certified riding helmets. The company offers the ultimate helmet for the safety conscious rider, with standards that not only meet U.S. requirements, but also pass rigorous British and European criteria. Charles Owen helmets are available in a range of such well-known styles as the Hampton, John Whitaker, and the Showjumper.
"We are delighted to welcome Charles Owen as the title sponsor of the Children's and Adult Medal Classes," said Tom Struzzieri, owner and president of HITS. "Charles Owen is a company that is dedicated to improving the safety of riders and we are proud to have them as a League sponsor. The company's outstanding reputation as a manufacturer of high quality riding helmets makes them a perfect fit for our League. We look forward to working together to continue to advance and promote the sport."
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22nd December 2002

World Class Sport Horses Make Their Way To Highlife Farms
Orlando, FL - December 2002 - Today, Highlife Farms owners Kenny and Joan Sims announced the arrival of several sport horses including Pilox, from Europe. Among several other influential horses, Pilox will be making Highlife Farms in Central Florida his new home.
Mention the unmistakable name Pilox, and everyone knows who your talking about. His lineage speaks for itself. His sire, Pilot, the Westphalian stallion started an incomparable career in his day as a procreator of showjumpers and was the youngest progeny winnings millionaire of German stallions. The dam Anja was awarded with the Westphalian Breeder's Association premium and was show winner a number of times.
Pilox's performance record is impeccable. He dominated his stallion performance test in Warendorf in 1994, with way above average scores in the forefront of his age-class. Following wins in show jumper competitions, he had success at Federal Championship level in show jumping and was also victorious in the advanced class. Highlife Farms, Orlando is very proud and honored to call this world class sport horse one of their own. A select number of breeding requests will be accepted for this exceptional horse standing at stud.
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22nd December 2002

Saddletech Wins "Killer Application" Web Award
Woodside, CA: Inc. Magazine , deemed the ”small business bible” by the New York Times, has awarded its 2002 Web Award for ”Killer Application” to SADDLETECH.com, owned by inventor Robert Ferrand. The website provides comprehensive information about saddle fitting, including scientific research, educational video and saddle fitting solutions. A variety of scientific instruments that eliminate the mystery of saddle fitting are featured on the website.
”Saddle Fitting” is an issue for all horsemen, regardless of skill or discipline. Ill-fitting saddles can create lameness, soreness, impaired performance, behavioral problems, and a variety of health issues for the horse. In his quest to solve saddle fitting problems, Ferrand boldly decided to approach the age-old problem with “the scientific method”.
Saddletech entered the equine market in 1992 with the invention of the patented Saddletech Computer Saddle Fitting System, adapted from medical technology Ferrand originally invented to prevent pressure sores on humans. Creation of the patented Saddletech Gauge followed in 1996, providing a three-dimensional measurement of the arcs and angles of a horse’s back, which includes a “secret” formula to compensate for the effect of the weight of the rider. Saddles are measured three-dimensionally with the Saddletech Sizing Stand, invented in 1997; this information is the basis for generating Saddletech’s “measured” saddle database. In 1999, the Saddletech Adjustable Jig was developed to produce Western saddle bars to Saddletech measurements. In 2001, Ferrand developed a method to create custom-molded thermoplastic saddle orthotics based on Saddletech measurements of the horse’s back. These sculpted devices fit between the saddle and the horse, allowing most saddles to then properly fit, protecting the horse from injury.
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22nd December 2002
Show Jumping Results: CSI-W Olympia England 19 - 23 December 2002
A preliminary round of the FEI World Cup
International Jumping Competition
4) LISCALGOT; Dermott LENNON (IRL), =7) (of 12) CORRADA 3; Peter CHARLES (IRL)

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22nd December 2002
Show Jumping Results: CSI-B Genova Italy 20 - 22 December 2002
Class 1: Mixed Competition, Table A Speed 130 cm
1) Conor Swail (IRL) Parlando, 2) Robert Splaine (IRL ) Springfield Ohio, 3) Filippo Moyersoen (ITA) Etruria Mille
Class 2: Competition against the clock, Reserved for 6-7 year-old horses Table A
1) Paul Estermann (SUI) Snel, 2) Willi Melliger (SUI) L.B. Liquido, 3) Paolo Cannizzaro (ITA) Ecu delle Sementarecce
Class 3: Competition against the clock, Table A 135 cm Each competitor may ride 2 horses
1) Roberto Arioldi (ITA) Loro Piana Lemato, 2) Robert Splaine (IRL) Clonola Moll, 3) Alberto Vitali Marrani (ITA) Larcos B
Class 5: Competition in two phases, Table A Not Against The Clock
1) Roberto Arioldi (ITA) Loro Piana Aramis, 2) Conor Swail (IRL) Windgates King Koal, 3) Paul Estermann (SUI) Mr. Moneymaker
Class 10 : 8 Fences Mixed Competition (Special class), First round: against the clock with one jump-off, Table A
1) Andre Sakakini (EGY) Lady Orion, 2) Roberto Arioldi (ITA) Loro Piana Lemato,
3) Robert Splaine (IRL) Springfield Ohio
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