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OSPHOS clodronate injection Bisphosphonate For use in horses only Brief Summary For Full Prescribing Information see package insert CAUTION Federal USA law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian DESCRIPTION Clodronate disodium is a non amino chlorocontaining bisphosphonate Chemically clodronate disodium is dichloromethylene diphosphonic acid disodium salt and is manufactured from the tetrahydrate form INDICATION For the control of clinical signs associated with navicular syndrome in horses CONTRAINDICATIONS Horses with hypersensitivity to clodronate disodium should not receive OSPHOS WARNINGS Do not use in horses intended for human consumption HUMAN WARNINGS Not for human use Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children Consult a physician in case of accidental human exposure PRECAUTIONS As a class bisphosphonates may be associated with gastrointestinal and renal toxicity Sensitivity to drug associated adverse reactions varies with the individual patient Renal and gastrointestinal adverse reactions may be associated with plasma concentrations of the drug Bisphosphonates are excreted by the kidney therefore conditions causing renal impairment may increase plasma bisphosphonate concentrations resulting in an increased risk for adverse reactions Concurrent administration of other potentially nephrotoxic drugs should be approached with caution and renal function should be monitored Use of bisphosphonates in patients with conditions or diseases affecting renal function is not recommended Administration of bisphosphonates has been associated with abdominal pain colic discomfort and agitation in horses Clinical signs usually occur shortly after drug administration and may be associated with alterations in intestinal motility In horses treated with OSPHOS these clinical signs usually began within 2 hours of treatment Horses should be monitored for at least 2 hours following administration of OSPHOS Easily Administered OSPHOS controls the clinical signs associated with Navicular Syndrome via intramuscular injection Well Tolerated in clinical trials Proven Efficacy at 6 months post treatment No Reconstitution Required Learn more online www dechra us com www osphos com As with all drugs side effects may occur In field studies the most common side effects reported were signs of discomfort or nervousness colic and or pawing OSPHOS should not be used in pregnant or lactating mares or mares intended for breeding Use of OSPHOS in patients with conditions affecting renal function or mineral or electrolyte homeostasis is not recommended Refer to the prescribing information for complete details or visit www dechra us com or call 866 933 2472 CAUTION Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of licensed veterinarian Freedom of Information Summary Original New Animal Drug Application NADA 141 427 for OSPHOS April 28 2014 Dechra Veterinary Products US and the Dechra D logo are registered trademarks of Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC 2016 Dechra Ltd Bisphosphonates affect plasma concentrations of some minerals and electrolytes such as calcium magnesium and potassium immediately post treatment with effects lasting up to several hours Caution should be used when administering bisphosphonates to horses with conditions affecting mineral or electrolyte homeostasis e g hyperkalemic periodic paralysis hypocalcemia etc The safe use of OSPHOS has not been evaluated in horses less than 4 years of age The effect of bisphosphonates on the skeleton of growing horses has not been studied however bisphosphonates inhibit osteoclast activity which impacts bone turnover and may affect bone growth Bisphosphonates should not be used in pregnant or lactating mares or mares intended for breeding The safe use of OSPHOS has not been evaluated in breeding horses or pregnant or lactating mares Bisphosphonates are incorporated into the bone matrix from where they are gradually released over periods of months to years The extent of bisphosphonate incorporation into adult bone and hence the amount available for release back into the systemic circulation is directly related to the total dose and duration of bisphosphonate use Bisphosphonates have been shown to cause fetal developmental abnormalities in laboratory animals The uptake of bisphosphonates into fetal bone may be greater than into maternal bone creating a possible risk for skeletal or other abnormalities in the fetus Many drugs including bisphosphonates may be excreted in milk and may be absorbed by nursing animals Increased bone fragility has been observed in animals treated with bisphosphonates at high doses or for long periods of time Bisphosphonates inhibit bone resorption and decrease bone turnover which may lead to an inability to repair micro damage within the bone In humans atypical femur fractures have been reported in patients on long term bisphosphonate therapy however a causal relationship has not been established ADVERSE REACTIONS The most common adverse reactions reported in the field study were clinical signs of discomfort or nervousness colic and or pawing Other signs reported were lip licking yawning head shaking injection site swelling and hives pruritus Distributed by Dechra Veterinary Products 7015 College Boulevard Suite 525 Overland Park KS 66211 866 933 2472 2016 Dechra Ltd OSPHOS is a registered trademark of Dechra Ltd All rights reserved NADA 141 427 Approved by FDA

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CONTENTS Cover Photo Alden Corrigan Media Contributing Writers ALICE COLLINS KATHY CASEY JENNIFER WOOD MEDIA INC US EQUESTRIAN CLASSIC COMMUNICATIONS OAKHURST EQUINE CLINIC JOCHEN SCHLEESE CMS CSFT CSE DR SYLVIA OUELLETTE DVM DABVP Contributing Photographers 2018 The Competitive Equestrian March April FLYING CHANGES March 2018 Vol XXVII No 3 ALDEN CORRIGAN MEDIA KATHY RUSSELL PHOTOGRAPHY JENNIFER WOOD MEDIA INC SPORT FOT SUE STICKLE Creative Director ANNA BIGWOOD Publisher LORNA LOWRIE Flying Changes Silver Oaks Marketing LLC mail FlyingChanges com The Competitive Equestrian Equestrian Communications USA LLC editor TheCompetitiveEquestrian com Show News Galleries Features and Articles 12 PALM BEACH MASTERS Alden Corrigan Media 4 Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017 6 SplitRock Jumping Tour 40 ADEQUAN GLOBAL DRESSAGE FESTIVAL 8 The Art of Donna B Service Section 26 Louise Serio and Rock Harbor Victorious in 100 000 WCHR Kathy Russell Photography 26 WINTER EQUESTRIAN FESTIVAL 94 97 106 111 CALENDAR TRAINER DIRECTORY SERVICES DIRECTORY ADVERTISERS 12 Ireland s Daniel Coyle Claims Title in 220 000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping at the CP Palm Beach Masters CSI3 W 54 Laura Graves Unleashes Phenomenal New Freestyle at Adequan Global Dressage Festival 62 It s All in Your Head or Your Horse s Head Fitting a Bridle Properly 64 More a proposal than a resolution Club News 80 CLUB NEWS 68 The Great Charity Challenge 74 The Importance of Balance 78 Spring Vaccine Pop Quiz 2018 by Silver Oaks Marketing LLC all rights reserved This publication may not be reproduced or quoted in whole or in part by any means printed or electronic without the written consent of the publisher Not responsible for replacing issues not delivered due to address changes received after mailing date Submissions Magazines will gladly consider all articles news letters and photographs for publication but assumes no responsibility for unsolicited material Submissions may be edited Congratulations and News Reviews items are published free of charge Letters are assumed publishable unless we are advised otherwise All submissions should meet our ad deadline to facilitate inclusion in next issue 2 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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NEWS Information Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017 Signed Into Law US Equestrian Senate Bill 534 Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017 has been signed into law becoming effective immediately The bill imposes a duty on amateur sports organizations including US Equestrian and its members to report suspected sex abuse to local or federal law enforcement or to a childwelfare agency designated by the Justice Department within 24 hours Failure to report is subject to criminal penalties The bill amends two federal statutes the Victims of Child Abuse Act of C H 1990 and the Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act of 1978 Within the Victims of Child Abuse Act of 1990 the bill extends the mandatory duty to report to US Equestrian members and participants who must report suspected sexual abuse to authorities within 24 hours An individual who does not report the suspected sexual abuse is subject to criminal penalties Additionally the bill extends the statute of limitations for victims to bring a civil lawsuit against a perpetrator and allows a claim for punitive damages The bill also amends the Amateur Sports Act of 1978 in several ways Firstly it designates the U S Center for SafeSport to serve as the independent national safe sport organization This designation includes the responsibility for developing policies and procedures to prevent emotional physical and sexual abuse of amateur athletes The bill also modifies the obligations of amateur athletic organizations including National Governing Bodies NGBs such as US Equestrian These organizations must abide by all policies and procedures to prevent any type of abuse They also must comply with all reporting requirements establish reasonable procedures to limit one on one interactions between athletes who are minors and an adult offer and provide consistent training to members who are in contact with minors as well as establish ways to prohibit retaliation against the victim Importantly under the U S Center for SafeSport s Code and US Equestrian s Safe Sport Policy members of and participants in US Equestrian licensed competitions and sponsored programs are required to report any suspected sexual M misconduct to the U S Center for SafeSport regardless of when and where the misconduct occurred US Equestrian as the NGB of equestrian sport puts the safety and welfare of our members and horses first says US Equestrian President Murray Kessler The safety of our children is of utmost importance and US Equestrian supports the passage of this bill and sees it as an important step towards making our sport safe and enjoyable for all We have taken many necessary steps to educate our members on the importance of the Safe Sport but the work has only begun We value our partnership with the U S Center for SafeSport and look forward to connecting our members to the resources that it has to offer E B View this FAQ for more information on the Protecting Young K F Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017 For more information about the U S Center for SafeSport or the Safe Sport Policy contact Sonja S Keating at skeating usef org A 4 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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HORSE Tales SONOMA HORSE PARK ANNOUNCES SPLIT ROCK JUMPING TOUR SONOMA INTERNATIONAL CSI2 SEPTEMBER 5 9 2018 Taking the next step in its evolution the Split Rock Jumping Tour partners with Sonoma Horse Park on the latest addition to its FEI show jumping series Sonoma International CSI2 will debut this fall at Sonoma Horse Park September 5 9 Now in its fourth year the Split Rock Jumping Tour is revolutionizing the sport of show jumping in the United States Offering an unparalleled show jumping experience for competitors sponsors and spectators the Tour pairs world class venues with top prize money extravagant awards and amenities not found at other horse shows Olaf Petersen Jr of Germany will course design the inaugural Sonoma International CSI2 Featured classes include the 100 000 CSI2 Grand Prix 1 45m 35 000 CSI2 1 45m Welcome 10 000 1 35m National Prix 9 000 FEI Speed Cup 1 40m as well as National classes for all levels From the Tour s European format to the full service rider hospitality experience Split Rock is paving the way for a new era of show jumping competition Signature amenities include Complimentary live streaming and video ondemand provided for all rounds Valet service to assist with unloading horses ColumbiaEquine com and equipment upon arrival Welcome dinner and open bar for all riders trainers grooms and team Formal attire for all classes whites and jackets Formal award presentations for all classes FEI Stabling Concierge provides complimentary ice for horses as well as snacks and beverages for riders grooms and owners 503 663 1515 Columbia Equine Hospital Technology Experience Compassion Columbia Equine Hospital offers a full range of ambulatory hospital and referral services Our skilled and compassionate team looks forward to offering your equine athlete the very best in lameness and medicine diagnostics Scott W Hansen DVM Megan Rioux Forker DVM CVA Greg Schmid DVM Christy Sandquist DVM Sonoma Horse Park s Ashley Herman said We are thrilled to partner with Derek Braun and the Split Rock Jumping Tour Derek has created a show jumping experience unlike any other horse show in the United States Split Rock s hospitality and attention to detail for the competitors and their horses is unrivaled The two arena schedule ensures the competition takes center stage and showcases our sport in the best possible way Split Rock founder Derek Braun said SRJT offers a fresh prospective on American show jumping by providing riders spectators and sponsors with an experience that is above and beyond what they re used to Our attention to detail is what sets us apart and we look forward to welcoming some of the world s best riders to California s wine country David Klugh DVM FAVD 27841 SE Orient Dr Gresham OR 97080 6 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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Th A C bare in ne evok Man size Urb B bea expr term THE ART OF DONNA B What gives my work its edge is a deep personal familiar and an expansive sense that the movement is bigger th My approach combines a passion for the anatomical ho gestural drawing and the element of surprise I would sk when I was with them But my memory my imagination horses became stylized in my art It is not horses that I paint I paint the way they make me feel Donna B Now I understand It is not horses that I paint I paint h Donna Bernstein was born in NY in a small town north of Manhattan Her natural inclination for horses appeared at a young age and with great sensitivity and intuition she would watch whatever horses she could find in her rural area drawing and studying their form and anatomy with a youthful intensity Horses have always been for me a source of healing energy and life I feel closely aligned with the ancient cave paintings minimalist primal intimate I experience that connection when I am with or paint horses That pure and intuitive bliss is what I hope to share in my work Now in focused memory and imagination she re creates her equine vision Mixing mediums and materials in unique and uncommon ways and often using no brushes or tools to create her inked horses On those works she drips and directs proprietary mixtures of acrylics water based inks and pigments in alchemical spontaneity her passion made visible My process is infused with this mythology this spirit an Intuitive and athletic I often move about large canvases and allow these white spaces to co create with me Wit correctness in the attitude of the horse I paint in quick the horse moves mixing mediums in freshly layered spo of wildly contained drips and splashes each horse s uniq and place in the overall composition is revealed I believe that no matter how our culture moves beyond horsepower lies in its ability to inspire Equine classic for elements of warmth and quality As my art continues to and persistent complexities of power and vulnerability Elegant and sophisticated my paintings articulate a sim complementing the surroundings Conveying intense en always in keeping with the client s aesthetic at home in as the large scale spaces of modern design c 2016 Donna B Fine Art Frontier Enterprises LLC All Rights Reserved continued page 10 8 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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natural for Donna Painting the classic horse in bold colors and dramatic textures is my signature style Compelled by this same sensibility with a love of art and fashion the Donna B Style Collection brings both together and encourages you to wrap yourself in the horses of your dreams Donna s personal artistic blend and signature clean fresh style creates art that is modern in structure yet deeply intimate appealing to both the horse lover and formal art collector With uncanny simplicity and a style unlike any other her works evoke universal qualities of power and vulnerability compassion and forward movement Her most recent endeavors have expanded into the fields of fashion and equestrian lifestyle wearables as she expresses her art into fine luxe silk scarves tote bags and jewelry The timeless sophistication and sensitivity of the equine are thoughtfully designed into wearable pieces of art created to last a lifetime As Donna describes them Heirloom pieces that enhance memories for years to come Love Your Horse Live Your Horse Style This evolution into Equestrian Designer and stylemaker is a I paint the classic form of the horse in modern colors and a signature style and now I understand It is not horses that I paint I paint the way they make me feel Growing up without horses I learned to create them through art to experience them My work is full of the dreams of horses the horses of my imagination the horses I never had Endless in design personality and style now I ride with them on this artistic journey SEE AD PAGE 41 MEET DONNA AT THE LONGINES MASTERS OF NY The Art of Donna B There is more to a horse than just a picture of him there is a mythology a symbolism an ancient connection we all can trace and which evokes a deep aliveness when we see them They express a big compassionate personality and touch our very souls PINK POWER SCARF 10 TCE Dynamic Elegance Playful Power________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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Ireland s Daniel Coyle Claims Title in 220 000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping at the CP Palm Beach Masters CSI3 W Presented by Sovaro By Classic Communications 12 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian Photos by Kathy Russell and Alden Corrigan Media March April 2018

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D Left Above Winners of the 220 000 Longines FEI World Cup Wellington Presented by Sovaro Daniel Coyle Cita Photo by Alden Corrigan Media aniel Coyle of Ireland believed it was a little luck and a fair amount of strategy that helped him win the five horse jump off in the 220 000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Wellington Riding Cita owned by Ariel Grange Coyle defeated U S Olympic veterans Laura Kraut and Margie Engle to win the prestigious event at Deeridge Farms on Sunday at the CP Palm Beach Masters CSI3 W Presented by Sovaro PBM It s an amazing feeling to be with anyone of these two girls and every one of the five that were in the jump off which never makes it any easier when the riders were as good as they were said Coyle I had seen Margie s round and I thought that s going to be hard to beat never mind McLain and Laura coming behind me I m just happy to have won today The course challenged some of the best in the field of 40 qualifiers Many were caught right at the first fence which surprised renowned course designer Alan Wade

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McLain Ward HH Callas Photo by Kathy Russell Laura Kraut Confu over the signature Deeridge Farms chicken coop jump When I walked the course with the sponsors I said this is the smallest fence on the course and it won t fall said Wade The fence was slightly uphill it wasn t over big and it wasn t over wide You had to be paying attention and you had to come with a bit of a pace and make sure you cleared the back rail and I think some people got a bit snookered there The first fence is a test the same as the last fence The international jump off began with Israel s Danielle Goldstein and Lizziemary owned by the Golden Group who had a rail down leaving Goldstein in fourth place and opening the door for the remaining four Margie Engle and Royce owned by Gladewinds Partners LLC were clear in 35 30 seconds for third place However she believed that she could have made up some time in the early part of the course In hindsight I probably should have done six strides down the first line It s his first class back so I was a little bit cautious down the first line He picked it up and he finished great so I was very happy with him said Engle Coyle was third out of the five in the jump off He believed that his position in the jump off was the key to his victory clearing the course in a speedy time of 34 79 seconds I think the order that I had played a good part it made a big difference said Coyle I was right in the middle of five very good jumpers Margie gave a very very good ride I don t think there was much difference in time Margie had done seven continued page 18 Signature Deeridge Farm chicken coop standards 14 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian Margie Engle Royce Photo by Kathy Russell March April 2018

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I had to catch up to him so I think that made us a bit slow When it s three tenths of a second it s a blink of an eye you don t know I wish I had done something but I m pleased to be sitting at the head table It seemed as if everyone was pleased to be at the head table and at the CP Palm Beach Masters as riders continually expressed their gratitude towards the Jacobs family I just want to reiterate that everyone including my clients say this is the best and nicest event we go to all year said Engle They have all done an amazing job It s very much a family affair we are all really proud to be able to share this venue with everyone responded Lou Jacobs CoPresident of the CP Palm Beach Masters CP and the Palm Beach Masters established The Hunter Harrison Award presented to Ariel Grange the owner of the winning horse of the 220 000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Wellington Photo by Kathy Russell The family involvement goes back to Gene Mische and it s nice for us It s part of our legacy in the sport to be able to host this event We re really pleased that everyone had a good time down the first line and I had done six and I think that s the only place that I got her That put a little pressure on me to be fast and obviously I put a little pressure on the people behind me and it worked out my way Special Presentations presented on Sunday Prior to the start of the Grand Prix a special ceremony was held to honor the memory Hunter Harrison who passed away on December 16 2017 Harrison was a prominent figure in show jumping as a sponsor owner business advisor and avid supporter He supported some of the sport s top riders and his Double H Farm has owned and produced some of the sport s best horses Harrison brought support of companies he led to the sport as some of show jumping s most important sponsors As part of the ceremony CP and the Palm Beach Masters established The Hunter Harrison Award which was presented to Ariel Grange the owner of the winning horse of the 220 000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Wellington McLain Ward followed Coyle on HH Callas owned by Double H Farm The reigning Longines FEI World Cup Champion was on track for a clear until he knocked down the second fence of the double leaving him in fifth place and only Laura Kraut left to try to take the title away from Coyle Kraut and Confu owned by St Bride s Farm were fast and clear and it was a question as to whether it was fast enough for the win Everyone anxiously awaited for the Longines timers to show the results and then 35 showed on the board Kraut was second stopping the clock at 35 14 seconds I listened to the announcer and he made it sound that possibly I had done it but then he said not quite I saw Margie go and she was flying I didn t see Daniel go because I was walking up to the arena but I know how fast he is and how quick his horse is said Kraut I really felt that I could have done one less stride to the third jump He turned so fast that The Doc Spirit Award presented by M Michael Meller and Charlie Jacobs went to Daniel Goldstein s Lizziemary The Doc Spirit Award was established in honor of Dr John R Steele and is presented annually to the horse that best exemplifies the heart and athleticism necessary to be competitive at the highest levels of show jumping The Michael M Meller Style Award was presented to Beezie Madden The award is given to the rider who has displayed an exemplary style of riding over fences during the competition Palm Beach Masters Awards Presentation display Photo by Alden Corrigan Media 18 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian Winning Photo by Alden Corrigan Media March April 2018

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Salito 2001 Elite Hanoverian Stakkato x Calido I The only son of Stakkato standing in North America This Hanoverian Jumping Champion of 2006 and winner of countless show jumping competitions in Germany stood at the Landgestut State Stud in Celle At Salito s performance test at Adelheidsdorf in 2004 he was awarded first place in the jumping category out of 42 stallions He scored Free jumping 9 17 Jumping manner 9 33 Jumping technique 9 Cross country 9 Character 8 Willingness 8 Conformation 8 Rideability 7 and 7 67 Salito competed to 1 45m and currently is shown by an amateur 16 1h Breed approvals AHS GOV RPSI 2018 stud fee 1 000 Special pricing consideration given to premium or proven mares with approved bloodlines Salito s offspring Super Sox left CSI5 Lillie Keenan Argelith Squid far left CSI5 Bassem Mohammed Erin Gilmore photo Erin Gilmore photo Sally 643 CSI5 Chloe Reid Solitaer CSI5 Philipp Weishaupt Saphir CSI2 Nicole Walker salitostallion com booking agent 503 747 8247 salitohanoverian gmail com

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Palm Beach Masters Grand Prix ring overlooking the Taylor Harris Club Gallery by Kathy Russell Photography Winner of the 35 000 CP Welcome Stake McLain Ward Hija van Strokapelleken 20 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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Winners of the 35 000 Sovaro Palm Beach Masters Qualifier Ben Maher Tic Tac Lilly McLain Ward The M Michael Meller Style Award was presented to Beezie Madden Lee McKeever Hija van Strokapelleken Deeridge Jumper Ring Deeridge Jumper Ring Libertina Ruby Sloan soaking in the early morning light through the Taylor Harris Club

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Ben Maher on Tic Tac Jessica Springsteen on Swinny du Parc Danielle Goldstien giving new meaning to feather in your cap Winner of the 35 000 CP Welcome Stake McLain Ward Hija Van Stokapelleken Ben Maher on Tic Tac Jessica Springsteen on Swinny du Parc 22 Gallery by Alden Corrigan Media TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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Winner of the 100 000 WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular Louise Serio Rock Harbor Louise Serio and Rock Harbor Victorious in 100 000 WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular at 2018 WEF By Jennifer Wood Media Inc Photos SportFot T he WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular takes place during World Championship Hunter Rider WCHR week at WEF as the feature Saturday Night Lights event The United States Hunter Jumper Association USHJA founded WCHR in 1992 to recognize hunter riders and the Hunter Spectacular debuted shortly after Each year hunter riders look forward to a chance to compete under the lights in the International Arena at PBIEC and Sissy Wickes in position one Shane George and Rick Fancher in position two and John French and Mary Lisa Leffler in position three Overall placings were decided by combining scores from the first and second rounds Thirty six of the country s top professionals juniors and amateurs tackled the two round course which is offered at three heights 3 6 3 9 and 4 and designed by Steve Stephens The top 12 riders returned for the second round Each of the competitors qualified for the class by winning either champion or reserve in one of the specified hunter divisions during WCHR week at WEF or through another WCHR designation My horse was awesome tonight said Serio of her partner of six years I thought he jumped really well I ve never done him in a night class under the lights I thought he was really on his game The judges for this year s Hunter Spectacular were Chris Wynne You never know when you re going to get back here again 26 After leading in the first round with a score of 89 50 Serio and Rock Harbor an 11 year old Warmblood gelding returned as the final pair in the handy round They scored 86 75 for a 176 25 total to win the class Serio of Kennett Square PA won this class twice before in 2005 with Costello and 2011 with Castle Rock TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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Louise Serio and Rock Harbor with USHJA Executive Director Kevin Price USHJA President Mary Babick owner Jennifer Burger Chair of WCHR Committee Caroline Weeden and ringmaster Steve Rector she said It s very rewarding Jennifer Burger who owns Rock Harbor has been a wonderful client for a long time and she s been a big supporter so to do it on her horse is really nice Burger said I m on top of the world Louise is an unbelievable rider She s found me an amazing horse and tonight was the crescendo of those two things coming together and the best it could be After winning this class the past two years Scott Stewart of Wellington FL and Catch Me a ten year old Holsteiner gelding owned by Gochman Sport Horse LLC had to overcome one mistake in the first round and a score of 83 33 to complete their three peat They made an amazing move up the standings from 11th to second place with the best second round score of 91 for a total of 174 33 Returning for the handy round Stewart said he had nothing to lose He continued I had a little bit of a funny jump in March April 2018 the first round so I was really happy that I made it back at all in the second round I sort of just went for it It was probably one of the best rounds I ve ever had especially for the handy Everything just worked The jump that he took a little look at in the first round was the jump I really sliced in the handy and he was perfect about it It all just worked out great In her first time competing at WEF Tracy Fenney traveled from Flower Mound TX to finish in the top three of the Hunter Spectacular She and MTM Outbid an eight year old Warmblood gelding owned by MTM Farm had an 85 33 in the first round and sat seventh A solid hand round score of 88 83 moved them up the standings to third with a 174 16 total I was a little starstruck when I first got here Fenney admitted Showing against all of these guys is amazing It s a great class and a really fun crowd My horse seems to deal with whatever the lights daylight he s good with that It s fun to compete against all these guys TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian 27

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BLENHEIM 2018 SHOW SCHEDULE Blenheim Spring Classic I March 21 25 2018 25 000 Grand Prix Blenheim Spring Classic II FEI CSI 3 March 27 31 2018 USHJA National Hunter Derby Zone 10 NAJYRC Selection Trials Blenheim Spring Classic III April 4 8 2018 40 000 Grand Prix WCHR Week Blenheim Spring Classic IV April 11 15 2018 25 000 50 000 Grand Prix USHJA International Hunter Derby Showpark Spring Festival April 26 29 2018 Showpark Ranch Coast Classic May 8 13 2018 25 000 60 000 Grand Prix USHJA International Hunter Derby WCHR Week June Jamboree at Blenheim May 31 June 3 2018 Blenheim June Classic I June 6 10 2018 25 000 30 000 Grand Prix WCHR Week USHJA WCHR Spectacular Blenheim June Classic II June 13 17 2018 30 000 Grand Prix USHJA International Pony Hunter Derbies Blenheim June Classic III June 20 24 2018 30 000 Grand Prix Whitethorne Equitation Challenge USHJA National Pony Hunter Derbies West Coast Pony Hunter Challenge Blenheim Red White Blue Classic June 27 July 1 2018 30 000 Grand Prix USHJA Pony Hunter Derby Showpark Summer Festival July 18 22 2018 25 000 30 000 Grand Prix USEF Junior Hunter National Championships USHJA Hunterdon Equitation Cup West at the Del Mar Horse Park July 23 24 2018 SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO DEL MAR LAS VEGAS SHOWPARK COM

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EQUISPORTS THEPLACETOBE FOR DEVELOPING HORSES RIDERS Showpark Racing Festival FEI CSI 2 July 25 29 2018 USHJA National Hunter Derby Showpark August Festival August 1 5 2018 25 000 Grand Prix Blenheim Summer Classic August 15 19 2018 30 000 Grand Prix CPHA Medal Finals USHJA National Hunter Derby Showpark Summer Classic August 22 26 2018 25 000 50 000 Grand Prix CPHA Foundation Finals Showpark All Seasons Summer Classic August 29 September 2 2018 50 000 Grand Prix Sallie B Wheeler USEF National Hunter Breeding Championships b l e n h e i m and so much more Blenheim Fall Tournament September 12 16 2018 30 000 Grand Prix ASPCA Maclay Regionals CPHA Green Hunter 3 3 3 Incentive Finals BES Young Hunter Championships International Jumping Festival Blenheim September 19 23 2018 30 000 Grand Prix USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Final West USHJA Green Hunter 3 3 3 3 6 3 9 Incentive SW Regional Championships Young Jumper Championships West Young Jumper Futurity 4 yr old Regionals North American League NAL West Coast Hunter Jumper Finals The Las Vegas National CSI4 W November 13 18 2018 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Las Vegas Markel Grand Prix Series Final WCE Medal Final Show Jumping Hall of Fame Junior Amateur Owner Jumper Final West e q u i s p o r t s APP

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L aura Graves brand new freestyle rocketed her and Verdades to the top of the list in the Grand Prix Freestyle CDI5 presented by CaptiveOne Advisors The 30 year old American scooped the 35 400 winner s prize under the lights in week five of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival AGDF at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center PBIEC in Wellington Florida In front of a packed grandstand and VIP pavilions Sweden s Tinne Vilhelmson Silfv n was second with local rider Shelly Francis climbing a place from the grand prix to finish third Graves said It was the first run through of the new canter tour of our freestyle Even though we re not using the new FEI floorplan creator here tonight it s a big part of my preparation for the World Cup Final in Paris as it will be used in the final We ve actually taken away a bit of risk as the changes aren t off a curved line because you actually don t gain as many points as you do for doubling up on the pirouettes so it ended up being a little bit of a math equation Laura Graves USA unleashes Verdades impressive flying changes down the center line en route to an emphatic CDI5 freestyle victory Laura Graves Unleashes Phenomenal New Freestyle in Five Star Week at 2018 Adequan Global Dressage Festival Alice Collins for Jennifer Wood Media Inc Photos by Sue Stickle Big thanks to Terry Gallo who always steps in when I have a last minute great idea I couldn t do it without her and I was super pleased with how the music turned out We have a couple of little tweaks to work on before our next performance at Global she added For once all the judges were in agreement said Enzo Truppa the Italian judge at C I was particularly impressed by Laura s halfpasses and she got very high marks from me Graves and 16 year old Verdades who are ranked fourth in the world scored 84 375 That was just 0 3 lower than their winning score at the CDIW AGDF show two weeks ago quite a feat for a brand new freestyle that they had barely practiced 40 Laura Graves and Verdades in their winning presentation with Curt Maes Allyn Mann of Adequan ESP President Michael Stone David Marcus Amanda S Luby and Olga Harstock of CaptiveOne Advisors and judge Vincenzo Truppa of Italy TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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Sweden s Tinne Vilhelmson Silfv n is second on Paridon Magi I had only actually ridden through it once at home and that was for Terry to get the timing so I need to do my homework a little better she admitted Second placed Vilhelmson Silfv n said of her ride L vsta Stuteri s 15 year old Don Primero gelding There was quite an atmosphere tonight it suits him very well to have that kind of surroundings so he felt the best today that I ve had him this season I m very happy Francis horse Doktor Patricia Stempel s 15 year old by Diamond Hit was also lit up by the busy atmosphere He was sneezing and snorting when he realized he was doing the freestyle Things smoothed out but during a piaffe at one end the audience started clapping and I thought Oh my God please don t clap he s frightened of clapping But we managed to keep it together He was so full of energy really bouncing off the ground Allyn Mann of title sponsor Adequan said It seems like a lifetime ago when the founding partners and Mark Bellissimo were thinking about how to bring dressage to this community and I think this beautiful night is what that vision was There was an unbelievable electricity with all the people wanting to see the finest riders and horses Amanda S Luby of class sponsor CaptiveOne Advisors added We are so thrilled to be a part of the ongoing evolution of the sports of dressage and showjumping For a local business to be associated with the journey these athletes are on was extraordinary tonight In the Grand Prix Freestyle CDI3 presented by Wellington Equestrian Realty Dominican Republic rider Yvonne Losos de Mu iz proved that her grand prix win on Foco Loco W was no fluke On her own 13 yearold Belgian warmblood gelding by Sierappel she won March April 2018 Shelly Francis climbs a place from the grand prix to finish third on Doktor by Diamond Hit the class with 74 35 including a high score of 77 from the U S judge Janet Foy Proving their previous win was no fluke Yvonne Losos de Mu iz DOM and Foco Loco W top the Grand Prix Freestyle CDI3 with 74 35 To be honest I m a bit speechless still I m still trying to soak it all in It s been going so incredibly she said Two weeks ago I did well with him and to come back and repeat it and get a little better is just fantastic I really have no words Losos de Mu iz rode to music put together by Canadian Karen Robinson Tonight I was able especially in the trot to really hit the cues I came in and sat back and he came up in front of me and I said OK here we go He floated around and felt fabulous The music is really strong but he is such a big horse that he can carry the music no problem Spain s young talent Juan Matute Guimon finished second on Don Diego Ymas 73 4 with Canada s Megan Lane filling third on San D Or with 71 85 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian 41

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Results Place rider nationality horse horse information judge E judge H judge C judge M judge B total FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI5 presented by CaptiveOne Advisors Judges E Mariette Sanders van Gansewinkel NED H Hans Christian Matthiesen DEN C Vincenzo Truppa ITA M Katrina Wuest GER B Janet Foy USA 1 Laura Graves USA on Verdades her own and Curt Maes 16yo KWPN gelding by Florett As x Goya 86 625 85 375 85 5 81 75 82 625 84 375 2 Tinne Vilhelmson Silfven SWE on Paridon Magi L vsta Stuteri s 15yo Swedish warmblood gelding by Don Primero x Napoleon 625 80 125 78 75 73 75 78 125 81 75 78 5 3 Shelly Francis USA on Doktor Patricia Stempel s 15yo Oldenburg gelding by Diamond Hit x Renoir I 74 875 75 125 71 5 74 75 74 5 74 15 4 Ashley Holzer USA on Havanna 145 Diane Fellows 11yo Hanoverian mare by Hochadel x Rodgau 76 5 73 25 71 25 73 875 74 125 73 8 5 Chase Hickok USA on Sagacious HF Hyperion Farm Inc s 19yo KWPN gelding by Welt Hit II x Cocktail 73 375 72 125 70 25 71 25 72 375 71 875 6 J Rizvi USA on Breaking Dawn her own 17yo KWPN gelding by Akribori x Ronald 68 75 69 5 70 125 72 625 69 875 70 175 Proving their previous win was no fluke Yvonne Losos de Mu iz DOM and Foco Loco W top the Grand Prix Freestyle CDI3 with 74 35 7 Yvonne Losos de Mu iz DOM on Aquamarijn her own 13yo KWPN mare by United x Gribaldi 67 25 67 5 68 875 64 875 68 5 67 4 Of the 18 starters in the Prix St Georges CDI1 it was Great Britain s Susan Pape and the expressive and uphill Harmony s Eclectisch who nosed ahead with 71 029 Each of the five judges awarded the pair over 70 The nine year old KWPN stallion by Zenon have taken their small tour classes by storm this season winning all three of his tests so far at AGDF Unbeaten Great Britain s Susan Pape triumphs at prix st georges with Harmony s Eclectisch 42 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian The star studded fifth week of the 2018 AGDF continues on Saturday with seven CDI classes including junior young rider and amateur divisions as well as the showcase class the Grand Prix Special CDI5 which kicks off at 10am The 12week circuit continues through March 31 at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center March April 2018

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It s All in Your Head or Your Horse s Head Fitting a Bridle Properly Part I By Jochen Schleese CMS CSFT CSE 2018 Saddlefit 4 Life with thanks to St Georg June 2017 issue N o other part of the anatomy has as many sensitive areas as the head Recent design changes in bridles to become more anatomically friendly are crucial in ensuring your horse is comfortable with his headgear There are many nerves in the horse s head Some of them originate at exactly those areas where the noseband or flash lie Even though you may know that of course your bridle has to fit your horse properly you may be surprised to hear of the impact a poorly fitting bridle may have on your horse This week I will go into some of the key points on the horse s head continuing with these in the next blog and then finish off the series in a third blog with some pros and cons of the various types of bridles available for your consideration Bridle fit can be considered just as important as saddle fit to maintain your horse s comfort and optimum performance If a bridle is too tight all sorts of behavioral issues can arise including tossing the head lack of chewing and lack of engagement with an unwillingness to move These reactions warrant a closer look to what s under the skin of the horse s head The gross anatomy of the head is easily recognizable in a horse there is only a thin layer of skin covering the skull while veins and muscles are only minimally visible What you don t see are the multitudes of nerves and the delicate connective tissue at the various junctions of bone all of which make the head extremely sensitive to pressure and pain This connective tissue between the 29 individual bones of the skull plus a jaw which allows a side to side movement of the teeth during mastication are responsible for movement of the head There are numerous nerves originating at the base of the skull spreading upwards over the skull and often present exactly where the various pieces of the bridle would lie Too much pressure caused by the bridle can also cause referred pain elsewhere muscles can cramp up and engagement will disappear Fascia connective tissue runs through the entire body A poorly fitting bridle can even cause problems all the way down to the hocks impacting the flexibility and range of motion Although there are unfortunately only a few studies documented 62 concerning how a poorly fitting bridle impacts a horse there is anecdotal evidence of this and horses do move better in a bridle that fits The most severe problems arise in the neck base of the skull if the bridle fits badly where the headpiece lies but a noseband or flash that is buckled too tightly will also cause problems here The Neck Sensitive bursa are found between the nuchal ligament and the first two cervical vertebrae Bursa are little sacs filled with fluid with the job of preventing the ligament from rubbing on the vertebrae and getting damaged They cannot withstand a lot of TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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pressure and will react to a poorly fitting or too tightly buckled bridle by increasing fluid production and swelling They become obviously swollen for dressage horses this is seen mainly at the atlas 1st vertebra and in jumping horses mainly at the 2nd cervical vertebra These affected bursa are not only visually obvious but may cause the horse to ignore the aids toss its heads or refuse to go on the bit When it really hurts the horse may invert its neck in an attempt to escape the pain The muscles of the topline may begin to atrophy and the horse develops a ewe neck Even well intentioned padding of the headpiece may actually be counter productive instead of helping padding can even increase the pressure and cause skin folds which may lead to further concentrated pressure points Again it s trial and error on your own horse to see the reaction to more padding There is no universal formula for all horses as to how much is too much when it comes to the ability to withstand pressure at the headpiece A sensible rider will listen to her horse and see what works for her while recognizing that these issues may not necessarily be actually due to poorly fitting bridle but could also arise from dentition problems or even simple rider error The bridle should be fitted to allow a hand to slip under easily at the headpiece There should be two fingers room between the cavesson noseband and the nose Bridles should be considered as a DIY craft project with potentially differently sized noseband headpiece and cheekpieces to accommodate the individual horse A noseband which is too tight can also impact the horse s neck and the ability to engage For full comfort and relaxed movement a horse s bridle should still allow the horse to chew freely Chewing movement means the jaw needs to be able to move side to side freely If the horse tries to chew with a bridle that is too tight the resistance will cause cramping of the jaw muscles and pressure in the neck and this muscle bracing will impact the horse s entire musculature and ability to engage Some horses are in such pain around their heads that riders may have misdiagnosed them as being head shy This can be avoided by properly fitting bridles March April 2018 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian 63

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More a proposal than a resolution By Macella O Neill I m not sure how it s possible but it is true that I never fail to be surprised when I realize another year has begun So much gets packed into every year that by the time December rolls around and the daily news starts talking about the year in review I can barely remember what happened last January But I do welcome the opportunity that the early time of year provides to take a breath and reflect on all that has happened and make plans for the new year We are all incredibly blessed to live active healthy lives with our magnificent horses and any amount of retrospection always immediately fills me with gratitude and good memories but a couple things really do stand out from this past year A few months ago we got two of the loveliest 3 year old geldings from KC Branscomb s Branscomb Farms Well bred and very well started by Daniel Zilla and his able staff these two babies have instantly catapulted themselves to popularity at Diamond Mountain Stables Both prominently living in the main barn that everybody walks through all day long they just about need scheduled rest periods as a respite from the near constant attention they receive It has been many years since we have had youngsters on the roster and it would not be possible without the collection of outstanding young horse people that are in residence at Diamond Mountain Stables with the watchful eyes of a couple very seasoned this means old professionals always available It s a guaranteed prescription for success if you can manage to carve enough time out of incessant showing and if you have the tremendous good fortune of quality youngsters While we all lament the lack of horsemanship and the ever escalating cost and availability of horses what are we actually doing to support local breeders and resolve some of these challenges Not only do we need to integrate developing young horses within our own programs for all the obvious reasons stated above but we also need to display some perspective and education when it comes to veterinary issues Young horses invariably have developmental challenges and the standard of pre purchase exams needs to reflect that reality like they do in Europe Local breeders need to be supported for taking the incredible risks that are inherent to the endeavor which is under the best circumstances an intense labor of love When it comes to the expenses associated with showing young horses I think we all need to turn our efforts more towards events like Hillary Ridland s Equisport No Shows where horses can jump 64 around for a very modest amount of money and further their own education and build a resume that potential buyers will utilize Again comparing to Europe it can be very inexpensive to develop a young horse in Europe partly due to the fact that many young horses are not attending week long shows or even circuits at top facilities for top dollar but often are competing at what we would have called schooling shows all those many years ago Speaking from experience there is no joy like that of forging a partnership with a young horse and having a successful competitive career with that horse I could not be more excited to watch these two progress next year Which brings me to my next topic As young horses develop they are inevitably going to make mistakes and hone their skills by trail and error on their way to becoming seasoned campaigners Yet how many of us really shop for these up and coming horses to say nothing of the finished products from each other Again off we go to Europe cheerfully buying a virtually unknown six year old and adding another degree of difficulty to the already daunting prospect of breeding and developing young horses here at home It s become such a dilemma that this year we actually sent our stables superstar Colleen May s spectacular jumper Danny Le Grey to Europe to get sold There is a strong contrast between the level of veterinary scrutiny and breeders seller s liability required to sell a young horse in the USA vs the well organized government sponsored coordination between veterinarians breeders registries and trainers in the European Community where Xrays are classified by Class I II III and a horse with Class I Xrays going through a vet or auction in the EC will be allowed radiologic defects and minor OCD s that would become a major obstacle to the same horse selling in the USA This is a big obstacles to breeders as they try to stay active as a breeder here at home Breeders are disheartened having to begin the sales process by signing disclosure and liability documentation before the veterinarians will even examine a horse This is unheard of in Europe where veterinarians liability to the buyer is considerably limited compared to here in the USA where this is not the case Seems like it s a strong theme in today s culture to buy American or to paraphrase the wildly popular farm to table movement let s go ahead and buy locally sourced horses 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Top 3 GCC teams along with Mark Katherine Paige Bellissimo Sarah Scaldini VP Financial Consultant Fidelity Investments Denise Parotta Esq as well as team and corporate sponsors and charity representatives Palm Beach County Charities Celebrities of the Ninth Annual Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments Article and photos by Jennifer Wood Media Inc P alm Beach County cheered as the Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments GCC distributed 1 5 million to local non profit organizations at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center PBIEC The GCC has become a highlight of the 12 week Winter Equestrian Festival WEF and has distributed over 12 2 million to more than 220 local organizations in nine years The class was a highlight of the week at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center PBIEC WEF continues through April 1 at PBIEC in Wellington FL and offers more than 9 million in prize money WEF 4 concludes on Sunday February 4 with hunter jumper and equitation competition Week 5 sponsored by Fidelity Investments features CSI 5 competition and the 384 000 Fidelity Investments Grand Prix as the Saturday Night Lights feature on Saturday February 10 Determined to redefine the recognition of true stars the 68 GCC is an exciting show jumping event that brings hope to over 30 Palm Beach County charities every year This year s theme A Night When Everyone s a Star highlighted the many perspectives that stardom can feature from the hundreds of non profit representatives and volunteers to the event sponsors and the riders dressed as their favorite Hollywood characters All twelve Wellington Public Schools joined in the festivities by participating in a Chalk Art Festival featuring the essence of the night inspiring others to give The winning team of riders Shane Sweetnam Lindsey Tomeu and Chloe White sponsored by team sponsor Spy Coast Farm Lisa Lourie and Monica Preston and corporate sponsor Dever Golf Cars came in the ring dressed as characters from the movie Grease Their teamwork and sportsmanship paid off for Education Foundation a local non profit organization that facilitates student achievement by supporting high quality public education to more than 200 000 children in Palm Beach TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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Great Charity Challenge County earning them the top prize of 150 000 The sliding scale for the balance of the proceeds down to 29th place won a minimum of 15 000 ensuring that everyone is a winner The three riders made up the top team of the night out of 29 pro am combinations paired with randomly selected Palm Beach County charities Each team was made up of junior and amateur riders competing side by side with top professionals including Olympians James Gavrilos President and CEO of the Education Kennedy McCauley Angel Karolyi Foundation stated The Education Foundation serves the nation s tenth largest school district There are 200 000 children in this school district With the funds that are donated tonight because of what you young people have done we re going to change lives We re going to educate kids One of our donors has said it best Children only make up 20 percent of our population but they re 100 percent of our future If we don t educate our children prepare them for college prepare them for life what s going to happen for them That s why it s so exciting to see this collaboration of people coming together to change

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the world one kid at a time or in our case 200 000 kids at a time The Education Foundation sponsors a number of large grants small grants creative teachers who are doing things to really influence lives Tonight what you three riders and you Lisa and Paige Bellissimo you and your family you ve done a great thing with an incredible amount of love The love that I see in this community and the camaraderie that s the way we change the world When we hold hands when we band together when we love one another and we look at someone who needs and we don t ask why we ask why not Thank you for honoring us and letting us be part of this Team sponsor Lisa Lourie said Monica Preston and I really enjoy doing this every year We re very fortunate to have people who are so committed and make sure that they have really good horses They really give it their all But more importantly of course is the Education Barbie Ruziska Shane Sweetnam who has ridden in the GCC every year was captain of the winning team riding Catch a Star HHS with riders Lindsey Tomeu on Gold Lux and Chloe White riding Miss Understood II All three riders jumped clear over their courses and had the fastest combined time of the night in 88 157 seconds We thought we left the door open a little bit said Sweetnam I had a younger horse a little bit of change of dynamics to the team So it wasn t as fast as last year but everyone did a great job We re here at the top again Someone had to really take chances to beat us It s great for the Education Foundation Dannie Murphy Tomeu who was competing for the fifth time in the GCC said For me it s a great experience every year I love it I love going fast I was a little nervous because I didn t have the same horse that I ve had in past years but she stepped up to the plate tonight She helped the team and I m really proud of everybody First timer Chloe White added It was amazing It s great that we get to do something that we love and raise Foundation and the other charities that we ve been able to assist It s very special Monica and I are both residents of this area of Palm Beach It means a lot for us to give back It s a great way for them to see what we do and the heart that we put into things I think it s a way for other people here in our family at Wellington to appreciate what all of these charities do That s the most important thing that they get their visibility This was the third year in a row that the Spy Coast Farm Preston team has won the GCC including team riders Shane Sweetnam and Lindsey Tomeu It was the first time competing for Chloe White For winning the third year in a row Lourie and Preston donated a 15 000 bonus to Meals on Wheels 70 Haley Schaufeld TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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money for other people while doing it This event was created to find heroes in the community and I think we found some here I can t think of a better group to pull it off we are very grateful to everyone he concluded GCC Founder Paige Bellissimo said that the impact of this event is incredible We ve actually been measuring the impact and last year alone we touched over 200 000 lives she said That s the work that everyone is doing It s been really special I just want to say a big thank you to the sponsors the riders especially the charities and the executive directors like James who have just such incredible vision and execution Thank you for making our community a better place In addition to the competition the evening featured several grants and donations highlighting a grand total of 57 locally based nonprofit organizations Local representatives included Mayor Anne Gerwig Vice Mayor John McGovern Council Member Michael Napoleone Council Member Michael Drahos Council Member Tanya Siskind Kelley Burke on behalf of Mayor Melissa McKinley and sponsors Carlene Ziegler on behalf of the Ziegler Family Foundation Founder of the Grand Prix Society Saralyn Scaldini VP Financial Consultant Fidelity Investments Boca Raton branch and Stephanie Glavin Senior Vice President Palm Beach County Market Manager of Bank of America joined the festivities to award grants and randomly draw additional organizations Coming in second place was the team for Quantum House sponsored by Pine Hollow as well as corporate sponsor The Shaughnessy Family The team consisted of Carly Dvorkin Daisy Farish and David Blake who finished with a combined time of 89 918 seconds to earn 125 000 for their charity Beautiful Private Turnkey Horse Property Stem HQ dba TechGarage finished third and won 112 500 The team was made up of Gia Rinaldi Kennedy McCauley and Haylie Rolfe sponsored by CP and corporate sponsors The Bainbridge Companies All three riders finished the course and had a combined time of 94 559 seconds All of the riders had fun with this year s theme of A Night When Everyone s A Star with costumes ranging from Lord of the Rings and Avatar to Toy Story and Top Gun Bring Your Horses All of us with Fidelity Investments here in Palm Beach County are delighted to be involved with the Winter Equestrian Festival and with the Great Charity Challenge a wonderful event that helps so many charities in Palm Beach County said Heath Odom Manager of Fidelity s Investor Center on Palm Beach Gardens Home Equestrian Sport Productions CEO Mark Bellissimo congratulated everyone on an exciting event I just want to thank this team and the dedication of everyone for giving their time and energy Bellissimo stated This is a big gesture The owner doesn t get the money and the rider doesn t get the money the charity gets the money and it will touch thousands of lives in the years to come Surpassing the 10 million milestone makes the GCC the legacy of the Winter Equestrian Festival and the sponsors involved 5 acres 4 stall barn 4 all weather turnouts with shelters outdoor 66x200 arena with silica sand ArenaAid footing which is amazing Hot cold wash rack enclosed tack room and so much more Home is a 1912 farmhouse renovated with love from top to bottom 3 bedroom 2 baths Living room Dining Room Office and bonus rooms The original built ins hardwood floors 9 ceilings all bring the original charm to life in this amazing property 27461 Fruitway Lane Junction City OR 97448 MLS 18402257 824 000 8 Venus McBride Broker Licensed in the State of Oregon 541 543 4949 www WesternOregonHorseProperties com TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian

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The IMPORTANCE of BALANCE B alance is the most important element of dressage The horse can be compared to an oak table with four legs one on each corner plus a head and neck that hang off one end If the table is not square with each leg evenly weighted but rather tips forward toward the front end the horse is not balanced Even a training level horse should be in relative balance the topline relatively level The neck is the natural balancing lever It will go up to keep the horse from falling or hang down relaxed when it is not needed A very unbalanced horse can be called on the 5th leg If he were a bean bag there would be too many beans in the front legs and head and neck and not many in the hind legs The topline can be thought of as a teeter totter When ther backend goes down the front end comes up Horses that are too heavy on the front end either go too fast chasing their balance or too slow shoulders stuck in the ground If you can t go forward go sideways Carol Lavell In both cases riding leg yields nose to the wall is a good exercise to improve the situation The wall will keep the horse from running forward and the stepping under with one hind leg at a time will start to lift the back and take some weight off the opposite shoulder Kathy Casey and Klaas owned by Knapp Friesians at his 1st Dressage Show at Donida There are two diagonal pairs of legs The left front and the right hind are one pair During the trot the pair will be either in the air or on the ground at the same time So by doing leg yields nose to the wall you are loading one hind leg and freeing up the opposite shoulders Establish that basic working balance everyday until it s homebase and then you ll be ready to move on It takes time but it s worth it The basics are the foundation of everything later When there is a problem with an upper level movement it is always a problem with basics or straight throughness Half halts anything that improves the horses attentiveness and balance A horse that is running needs a half halt but so does a horse that is unwilling to go forward Heavy shoulders block free forward movement Pushing more will tend to push them more into the ground So change the balance of the teeter totter first then the horse can respond to go forward because he is level and not getting more and more stuck on his shoulders Just sitting against the contact and saying whoa can sometimes be a half halt but it s usually better to put a hind leg more under the center of balance under the saddle than to just slow down There is a moving center of balance where the rider is sitting over the horses center of balance and going with the flow harmony Kathy Casey What does blocked mean It is when the energy from the hindquarters the motor is stopped somewhere between the back end and the front end of the horse the contact This can be caused by crookedness saddle not fitting or placed too far forward also by rigid contact knuckles up instead of thumbs as well as hard driving downward seat Throughness happens when the energy is not blocked but arrives all the way through the horses body neck and poll and into the rider s hands The horse is then connected from back to front and working through from behind Rein length is very important Too long reins prevent the horse from arriving in the contact without having to lean too far forward to stay in balance falling off the hind legs onto the reins 74 TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian March April 2018

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On my seat not my reins Felicitas Von Neuman Cosel is a good phrase to keep in mind Speed control Anky Van Grunsven is also essential Is it your trot or are you just doing whatever the horse happens to like Own the speed the tempo Transitions rebalance the horse Frequent transitions and changes of direction are also important What is through the poll When relative balance is achieved and the horse is moving back to front to contact is connected it is time to ask the horse to improve his balance by pushing some of his weight back away from the bit and back onto the hind end First they must go to the contact then they must push back off of it to carry more weight behind A great Dutch dressage judge Jaap Pot said in dressage it s only forward if the horse is carrying the weight behind Otherwise it is running This is the beginning of longitudinal adjustability and suppleness When the horse gives in the pull while staying in the front of the leg he is working through the pull and is considered supple It s like two ends of a strong bow coming closer together and creating a shorter rounder topline This is the beginning of collection When the shorter rounder frame flexes there is more latent energy and suspension What is suppleness It is the ability to give in the hand while flexing the joints of the hindquarters and sitting more into balance and self carriage rather than pushing out behind and against the contact The joints of the hindquarters flex like an accordian closing Then they can open and close to sit more and thrust more This is longitudinal adjustability The sitting phase lowers the haunches and relatively raises the shoulders Then the horse has the uphill carriage of the advanced horse As the balance improves with correct work the withers actually start to grow up between the shoulder blades and the horse starts to look more uphill even when standing in the crossties carry more and lighten the front end Think of adding in hind legs not taking away forward desire Sitting more deeply after the initial warmup can be a good half halt to sit the tail down and free the shoulders more up There is a basic balance that must become homebase for the young horse learning to carry a rider Once that basic balance and steady forward rhythm become a normal working reality you can think about playing with shortening and lengthening within the gait Establish the basics first and everything else will follow in time As for the rider he she must keep chin up eyes up to allow their weight to come more back onto their seat and not unbalance the horse by putting even more weight forward Go with the motion from your following center of balance so you are one with him and not an unbalanced leaning forward load to carry or a drag anchor hanging back against the motion At the lower levels trot canter transitions are very challenging for most riders It s necessary to think about not throwing the horse off balance by pushing him over the cliff off of his hind legs and onto his shoulders Rather think about sitting the outside hip down to free up the inside shoulder A horse in balance will pick up the inside lead without raising his neck or falling apart Establish that basic working balance everyday until it s homebase and then you ll be ready to move on It takes time but it s worth it The basics are the foundation of everything later When there is a problem with an upper level movement it is always a problem with basics or straight throughness Hopefully this will help you understand the judges constructive criticisms on your test sheets It s very important when the horse has achieved this advanced balance that the warmup is still about riding toward the contact and over the bit to a round pulling downward connection to build the bridge over the back They must be correctly heavy before they can correctly light Ride forward to the connection first everyday Then rebalance more toward collection The base has to be rebuilt everyday before the upper level work can be built on top of it When the horse is square in balance the head and the neck will hang in the reins like a watermelon in a shopping bag or as Charles DeKnuffy would say like a chandelier in the Spanish riding school Sporthorse Cruise Alaska Alaska June 23 30 2018 Sailing from Seattle on Holland America Line Sporthorse Seminars at SeaTM presented by veterinarians Dr Donna Stevens USA Dr Christian Schacht Germany A horse in balance has relaxed musculature and can fulfill the directives of training level Remember anything that creates more balance and attentiveness is a half halt This could be a tap of the whip to create more active hind legs which March April 2018 360 568 3111 pilchuckvet com Snohomish WA TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian Don t miss this unique social and educational event Call today for best fares 619 993 0636 SporthorseCruise com 75

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SPRING VACCINE POP QUIZ By Dr Sylvia Ouellette DVM DABVP Equine There are a lot of vaccines available to administer to your horses but how do you choose the right one A conversation with your Veterinarian is important to know which diseases are endemic to your area and which vaccines they recommend For more information there are recommendation and guidelines from the American Association of Equine Practitioners AAEP and the American Veterinary Medical Association AVMA to help with this decision Take the following quiz to see how much you know about the vaccines usually administered in spring to horses in the Pacific Northwest My horse needs a 4 Way What does that mean A It contains Influenza Rhinopneumonitis Tetanus Rabies B It contains Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis Western Equine Encephalomyelitis Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis and Tetanus C It contains Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis Western Equine Encephalomyelitis tetanus and West Nile D It contains Influenza Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis Western Equine Encephalomyelitis and tetanus E B D are correct Answer E It is important to know which specific vaccines your horse is getting Just saying that they got their 4 way 5 way or even 6 way vaccine may mean different things depending on the manufacturer that was used or Veterinarian that administered it This is especially important when the horse is traveling or changing ownership Horses should be vaccinated annually with EEE WEE and Tetanus 78 Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis EEE and Western Equine Encephalomyelitis WEE are transmitted by A Ticks B Biting Flies C Mosquitos D Rodent feces Answer C Mosquitos are the natural vector for these diseases Vaccination for EEE and WEE should be performed prior to the vector season in the spring In areas of the United States where mosquitos are active year round your Veterinarian may recommend boostering every 4 6 months to ensure uniform protection throughout the year West Nile Virus is transmitted from bird reservoir hosts to horses by A Ticks B Biting Flies C Mosquitos D Rodent Feces Answer C again We often give the encephalomyelitis vaccines with West Nile in the spring since the vectors are the same You cannot spread West Nile from one horse to another directly nor from horse to human Horses and Humans are considered to be dead end hosts for the disease TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian What percentage of horses will die from contracting West Nile Virus once they show clinical signs A 15 B 62 C 20 D 33 Answer D Since this virus has a high fatality rate it is recommend as a core vaccine in North America While the vaccine does not prevent the disease 100 it does aid in the reduction of viremia encephalitis and clinical disease as well as mortality True False I gave my mare her annual vaccines a year ago before she got pregnant so I shouldn t need to booster again the baby will be protected Answer False To get adequate immunity to the foal by passive transfer through the placenta the mares should be revaccinated 4 6 weeks prior to foaling Rabies exposure and transmission can occur when the virus is introduced into A Bite wounds B Open cuts in skin C Through mucous membranes from saliva or other infectious material D All of the above March April 2018

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Answer D While Rabies is infrequently seen in horses it does occur and is invariably fatal Additionally it has a considerable public health significance It is recommend that rabies vaccine be a core vaccine for all horses The following animals are often associated with spreading rabies via bite wounds A Skunk B Bat C Raccoon D Fox E Coyotes F All of the above Answer F Since horses tend to live outside and are much more apt to come into contact with the aforementioned animals Rabies vaccination should be an important part of their vaccination protocol My horse just got a cut on his leg and my Veterinarian recommends a tetanus booster if his last tetanus toxoid vaccine was more than A 2 months ago B 4 months ago C 6 months ago D 12 months ago Answer C While annual vaccination for tetanus is recommended the studies comparing serologic responses of horses to commercial vaccines were done for 6 months and showed significant IgG response for the duration of the study Because the study didn t extend past six months they cannot accurately state the duration of immunity however most manufacturers state 1 year However if injured or having surgery and your horses last shot was over 6 months ago it is recommended to get another booster Tetanus is an often fatal disease caused by a neurotoxin from a bacterium Clostridium tetani Tetanus is considered an annual core vaccine I should give my horse the Rhinopneumonitis Equine Herpes Virus or EHV 1 4 vaccines every 6 months if March April 2018 A If they are less than 5 years of age B They are on breeding farms or in contact with pregnant mares C They live at a facility where horses are coming and going all the time training barn public stable D They are a performance or show horse that travel for competitions E All of the above Answer E Horses traveling a lot may need to get this vaccines more frequently depending on the vaccine manufacturer and the risk of exposure Check you competition requirements as some organizations require proof of vaccination before coming onto a show ground Most other horses should receive this vaccine on at least a yearly basis True False The regular Rhinopneumonitis EHV1 4 that is found in the routine flu rhino booster will protect my horse from the neurogenic strain of Herpes that I hear about in the news Answer False None of the available vaccines have a label claim to prevent the neurologic form of the EHV 1 infection There has been shown to be some cross reactivity to the vaccines licensed for the control of Abortion Pneumabort K and Prodigy and the modified live virus vaccine Rhinomune and Calvenza in providing the ability to limit nasal shedding and viremia of the neuro virulent strain Equine Influenza Flu A Is highly contagious B Is spread by mosquitos C Is spread by coughing or direct contact D Can be spread to humans E A and C F B and D Answer E This disease can spread rapidly through a group of horses Vaccination should be performed every 6 months or more often depending on risk factors just like Rhinopneumonitis This is why these two virus vaccines are often grouped together Humans cannot get the Flu from their horses It is a completely different strain TCE ________________ TheCompetitiveEquestrian What are the risk factors for Leptospirosis A Lots of rainfall B Standing water C Access to wildlife raccoons opossums skunks foxes deer rodents D Close proximity to cattle E Close proximity to horses that have uveitis in the eye or have aborted a fetus in the pasture you are using F All of the above Answer F Here in the rainy Pacific Northwest we obviously have many of the risk factors in the environment This is an important vaccine to discuss with your Veterinarian if you feel they are at risk Who should get yearly Strangles vaccines A Weanlings and young horses B Geriatric horses C Horses that stay in one barn area NOT known to have Strangles D Pregnant mares E Horses that just got over the Strangles infection a year ago Answer A While older horses can be susceptible they can also have adverse reactions to the vaccine Discuss the risk factors with your Veterinarian Horses that will be traveling to an endemic area of known strangles outbreaks should be boostered with the vaccine Pregnant mares should only be vaccinated before foaling with a killed vaccine of Strep equi and not the modified live vaccine It has been shown that horses that have actually contracted the disease can have immunity persist for up to 5 years or longer If you are unsure of the status of your horse a titre can be run on your horse before vaccinating Ref AAEP guidelines for vaccination from the AAEP org website and publication for vaccination recommendations Dr Sylvia Ouellette of Oakhurst Equine Veterinary Services wrote this article for Flying Changes Dr Ouellette is a graduate of the University of California at Davis and is board certified as an equine specialist with the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners ABVP She specializes in lameness in the equine 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Board of Directors BoardofDirectors einw org www EINW org President s Report By Diana Axness It s hard to believe we are just a month away from the first EI event for 2018 It feels like we just wrapped up 2017 It s also hard to believe that this is my fourth year of leading the organization The cycle of planning and hosting events both competitive and educational has been going on a long time EI was formed as a club over forty years ago To be exact EI was formed in October of 1974 That means we have been hosting equestrian events and promoting equestrian knowledge for the last forty three years What I find fascinating about EI is that while the mission has remained the same the leadership of the club is a constant evolution The club has had many presidents and board members People who have the passion and commitment as well as necessary skills volunteer their time to lead the organization and its committees The leaders are usually people who have been actively involved in one of the EI disciplines and are recruited to join the board If you ve got the passion skills and available time to commit to helping the EI organization continue to thrive and support the Northwest equestrian community please feel free to contact me to discuss how you can participate My email is diana einw org Dressage Report By Gunn Cooper The EI Dressage Committee is pleased to announce that a 4000 grant was awarded to Equestrians Institute 80 Beaujolais and Champagne dressage shows by the PNW High Performance Dressage Foundation diana einw org Trish Camozzi Ekberg trish einw org Gunn Cooper gunn einw org Meika Decher meika einw org Merridy Hance merridy einw org Penny Leggott penny einw org Kathryn Lewis kathryn einw org Sarah Johnson sarah einw org Chris Bredeson chris einw org Laurie McLaughlin lauriemc einw org Jo Renn jo einw org Administration The PNW HPDF board mentioned in their grant award announcement that EI and one other applicant were chosen Not only had we set ourselves apart by just offering the basics of good footing stalls and show management but we also invested in our local dressage community During 2017 EI provided an outstanding educational offering with the Fore Gribbons dressage clinic series sponsorship support to Donida Equestrian Center our show venue as well as support of the Region 6 young rider fund raising efforts Membership membership einw org Bookkeeper bookkeeper einw org Volunteers volunteers einw org Grants grants einw org Website Email webmaster einw org Driving Events Clinic driving einw org Sarah Johnson sarah einw org Diana Axness diana einw org Merridy Hance merridy einw org Leslie McGinnis leslie einw org Eventing Horse Trials Clinics eventing einw org Meika Decher meika einw org Penny Leggott penny einw org Heidi Hansen heidi einw org Dressage Shows Clinics We will now be able to provide meaningful prize monies at our two recognized Level 3 dressage shows We hope many of you will come and compete for these prizes Competitors with OPEN or Adult Amateur status will be eligible dressage einw org Gunn Cooper gunn einw org Markay Kerr markay einw org Kathryn Lewis kathryn einw org Peter Rothschild pgr tsandm com Kaye Phaneuf phaneuf canby com Sport Horse Breeding Shows Clinics Driving Report By Merridy Hance Not everybody likes to color inside the lines but in horse sports the lines of rules give structure and fairness to our competitions with the aim of welfare for horses and people foremost Chris Bredeson chris einw org Laurie McLaughlin lauriemc einw org If you d like to test your mettle with a cool little self test go to the Carriage Driving Education Centre http learning cdec training As competition rules get tweaked every year we inform ourselves of what s new and improved Rule changes for the American Driving Society are posted via the ADS website http americandrivingsociety org EventsResources Resources RuleBook aspx www EINW org Diana Axness Note that both websites require login To whet your appetite here are two questions you might want to consider March 2018

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Sport Horse Breeding Report 1 In a Combined Driving Event is it allowed for a groom to speak to the driver on course during a Cones competition By Laurie McLaughlin 2 Is it required to wear a back protector safety vest in the Marathon phase of a CDE Think you know the answers We ll discuss these rules and more at the meeting of the Northwest Region of the ADS on Saturday March 17 at the Red Lion Inn in Longview Washington Eventing Report No report this month Our 2017 breed show and championship series was a huge success with a higher number of horses competitors in attendance The success is a result of the show organization and the competitors you the breeders As members of the EI Board one of our primary responsibilities and goals is to provide our region with this venue of a regional championship To continue this goal WE NEED YOUR HELP to join us on the Show Committee We need to YOU this year please let us know your interest by contacting Chris einw org AS YOU JOIN EI in 2018 Most EI members have joined as a result of interest in a discipline such as jumping dressage eventing or driving as your primary interest As you join or renew for EI membership for 2018 please remember to also identify yourself as a breeder or interested in sport horse breeding as well WE NEED YOUR HELP this year to join us on the Show Committee Please let us know your interest to support our show planning for next year by contacting Chris einw org Join the EI Community www einw org Equestrians Institute EI is a not for profit organization supporting the interests of equestrians in the Pacific Northwest EI sponsors events and educational opportunities in Driving Eventing Dressage and Sport Horse Breeding EI s membership calendar year is December 1st through November 30th each year EI Member Benefits P eriodic E Flashes email updates to stay up to date on all EI news and events S ubscription to Flying Changes Magazine a 48 value Discount rate for EI sponsored clinics and seminars participants and auditors Discount rate for EI sponsored schooling shows and events Eligibility for EI s members only Year End Awards 500 Education Grants Voting rights in E I governance issues EI is a US DF Group Member Organization GMO and all members are automat ically US DF Group Members GMs includes e TRAK benefits 35 value F or U SD F P art i ci pat in g M e m be r sh ip m e mbe r s mu st ap ply di re c tly t o U SD F tear here return RETURNING MEMBER NEW MEMBER Individual 55 Add tl Family Member 2 0 Tell me about VOL UNTEER opportunities Tell me about event SP ONS ORS HIP S advertising Lifetime 350 Tell me about being a VENDOR at events Donation Only Not joining today but please send EI news updates N ame __ ___ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ ___ _ Farm Busines s __ __ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ ___ __ __ __ __ S treet _ __ __ ___ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ ___ __ _ _ __ ___ __ P h o ne _ ____ ____ ____ _ ____ ___ _ ____ C it y U SD F if kn ow n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ _ __ S ta te __ __ Z ip __ ____ __ __ _ I con sen t to r ec eive electro nic ally tr an sm itted notic es un der th e W ash in gto n No n pro fit Cor po r atio n A ct E mail __ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ __ ____ ____ ____ ____ __ ____ ____ __ _ Si gn at ure ____ ___ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ __ ____ ____ ____ __ Da te_ ____ ____ T e l l u s you r equ est r ia n di s ci pl in e i nt er est s Dressage Dr es s a ge i s m y pr im a ry di sc i pli n e E venting E v en ti n g i s my pri m ary di sc i pli n e Driving Dr i vi n g i s my pr im ar y di s ci pl in e Sport Horse Breeding Othe r B reedin g i s m y pri m ary di sc i pli n e _ ___ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ Membership Fee Donation Total Enclosed ___________ ___________ PLEASE ENCLOSE CHECK MAIL TO Equestrians Institute P O Box 1437 Bellevue WA 98009 1437 einw org EI s website Questions Membership einw org March 2018 ___________ www EINW org 81

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Oregon Dressage Society is a USDF Group Member ODS members are automatically USDF Group Members Oregon Dressage Society The Volte 2018 Executive Committee President Karen Cheeke 541 740 8837 kontessakeen hotmail com President Elect Emily Kenyon 541 510 1761 emilyekenyon gmail com Secretary Valerie Hallberg Stallings 541 817 6386 valer329 gmail com Treasurer Gaye McCabe 503 378 0309 j g mccabe juno com Directors at Large Lisa Koch 541 410 5968 lisakoch3 gmail com Jessica Rattner 503 830 9994 jessica rattner gmail com Anna Bigwood 503 591 3217 abigwood comcast net Gaye McCabe www oregondressage com ODS President s Note By Karen Cheeke As I write it is mid Winter and we have been enjoying lovely Spring like weather in the mid Willamette Valley and beyond Many folks are already hitting the trails to enjoy time with their horses And our show season has begun Check the calendar on the ODS website to find schooling ODS League and USDF USEF ODS shows to attend Whether you are competing volunteering or cheering on your fellow dressage riders come out and enjoy our sport catch up with old friends and make new ones Many clinics and other educational opportunities are also on our calendar My transition into the ODS Presidency has been smooth During my three months as President Elect former Regional Representatives president Tom Murray kept me well informed and we worked together along with the Executive Committee to begin to learn our roles as ODS officers and leaders The ODS Board of Directors has been very supportive as I take on my new role as ODS President We had a great turnout at the ODS leadership retreat at Silver Falls in January We are working together for a productive year ahead North Region 2 Sam Clement samclem microsoft com Jo Renn 508 335 6103 jorenn22 yahoo com Central Region Karen Cheeke 541 740 8837 kontessakeen hotmail com South Region Brett Lynn Stallings 541 817 6401 bsaiedail gmail com East Region Sharm Daggett 541 426 3728 sharm wallowacounty com Committee Chairs Adult Committee Sam Clements Awards Committee Ed Miller 541 890 5085 eamgroup aol com Championship Show Jennifer Milburn 541 231 7247 dressageshowmanager gmail com Competitions Committee Sarah Diebert 360 574 3733 sjdiebert comcast net DSHB Committee Vacant Finance Committee Gaye McCabe 503 378 0309 j g mccabe juno com Para Committee Karina Molatore 503 523 8084 karina molatore gmail com Youth Committee see Treasurer Several volunteers have stepped in to keep the ODS office running smoothly now that Corinne Tindal Stonier has moved on to complete her degree and to begin her accounting career Please contact these individuals for assistance and to answer your questions While there are no specific office hours in place at this time we will all do our best to return your emails texts and calls in a timely manner Additional State Positions Asst Treasurer Jorine Rietman 503 849 8235 j rietman comcast net Awards USEF Shows Christopher Main 503 389 0191 christopher haywardfarm com Awards Ed Miller 541 482 2902 Awards Special Valerie Stallings see secretary Editor Policies Procedures Ed Miller see Awards ODS Librarian Francy Haupt 971 832 2260 dqhorsestuff comcast net 4H Liaison Joyce Stride 503 647 0168 Historian Kim Hixson 509 698 6778 Chapter Officers Listed on ODS Website Administration General Information Karen Cheeke ODS email and cell phone 503 681 2337 503 681 3873 fax office oregondressage com Membership Jo Renn Mail payments Gaye McCabe see treasurer QuickBooks Jorine Reitman see asst treasurer 1099s Helen Ferguson Insurance Marsha Williams Show Approvals Sarah Diebert Publications Sara Diebert test booklet roster Anna Bigwood instructor brochure Website Master Evin Rattner Website Calendar Karen McCurdy Dinner and team building games at the ODS leadership retreat at Silver Falls 82 www O regonD ressage com March 2018

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Valerie Hallberg Stallings Meeting room at Silver Falls Christine Erikson Monica Zilkoski Karen McCurdy Carrie Guthrie Withlow Marsha Williams Lisa Koch ODS CHAPTER NEWS Columbia County Dressage Chapter All the Chapter officers had a planning meeting for the new year and we are all excited that some new things will be planned for this year for our Chapter New Officers are Stephanie Hammer President Leslie Upton Vice President Jennifer JohnsonSecretary Christine Allison Treasurer We would like to have our Columbia County Dressage Show to include Western Dressage Trail Classes Some of this years ideas are Camping Excursions a Get to Know each Other Ride Spooking Clinic Musical Freestyle Clinic etc Come to our next Chapter meeting to vote and put your input for this years activities Our first Chapter Meeting will be March 3rd at noon at Sunshine Pizza This will be a meeting to explain the benefits of March 2018 Carrie Guthrie Withlow Christine Erikson Gaye McCabe Emily Kenyon Karen Cheeke Corinne Tindal Stonier being an ODS member and all people new to ODS will be entered into a drawing for a free years membership Our next month s meeting will be a Dressage painting class area This year we will again plan to sponsor a youth at the Region 6 youth overnight camp Sponsor the judge for our county 4 H pre fair fair dressage classes donate a nice basket for the ODS silent Auction sponsor the ODS award for support person Extraordinaire The chapter also sponsors the team fee for chapter members to attend the Adult Team Show We are planning on holding our annual summer BBQ Christmas Party again this year as well We meet monthly in Newberg try to have some guest speakers at our meetings that will interest the members If you have suggestions please contact me This year with that being said we are hoping to add in another education event but not sure what that will look like as of yet To see what is going on with our chapter you can check us out on Facebook or read our blog at cmc dressage blogspot com We are looking forward to seeing all of you at our next meeting Any questions please email Jennifer at jenn opusnet com Chehalem Mountain Chapter Chehalem Mountain Chapter CMC is again holding our annual Bears Above the Ground league show Feb 24 25th This is our only fundraiser of the year It is a fun relaxed show to get your horses out see friends We have nice Hi point prizes along with a book drawing raffle for 2nd 3rd placings which is proving to be quite popular We use the money to sponsor promote dressage in our www O regonD ressage com Hope to see you this year Mary Ann Trout CMC President 83

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Fort Vancouver Chapter For 2018 FVC has clinics scheduled with Ernst Hermann Feb 2 4 and March 2 4 A Yoga for Riders Clinic Feb 18 A Heather Oleson Clinic Feb 24 25 Adult Amateur camp Aug23 26 Fall Finale league show Sept 29 30 and lastly a Christmas party in Dec The March league show has been canceled BIG PLANS FOR 2018 We have 6 league shows planned please see the ODS calendar for dates and locations In conjunction with our Aug 18 19 show at Bainbridge Saddle Club we will have our 6th annual BBQ and camping on site The July 8th League show will be a Ride and Review with S Judge Dolly Hannon and we have been awarded one of the new USDF National Education Initiative grants to defray expenses for this Other clinics will include a freestyle clinic with Cynthia Collins in Feb and mounted and in mounted clinics with Jen Verharen in March Last but not least we will be hosting the ODS League Finals Oct 13 14 at Donida Farms in Auburn WA Preparations have already begun and we are dedicated to making this an amazing show Makenna Kottre and Freedom Junior Young Rider High Point 84 The focus for Pacific Crest Trail Chapter for 2018 will be on our annual Dressage Can Be Fun Show which will be October 20 21 at the Yamhill County Fairgrounds The show includes a Practice Day on Saturday and a League Show on Sunday as well as a popular competitors dinner on Saturday evening We ll be setting up a Facebook page soon for the show to announce updates We wish to congratulate the following 2017 top riders Junior Young Rider High Point Makenna Kottre and Freedom 65 9 Adult Amateur High Point Sharleen Johansen and Bella Donna JRB 71 4 Open High Point Ann Montgomery and Fivel 66 39 Lower Puget Sound Dressage Chapter We have just completed our Awards Banquet Feb 3 2108 At this we give out awards for our league show series Pacific Crest Trail Chapter as well as the Vickie Mears Memorial Scholarship Funds from the desert auction this year will be used for next year s scholarships Western Dressage High Point Sarah Stevens and Down for Cash 72 4 Twin Rivers Chapter Twin Rivers rang in the New Year with a post holiday potluck at member Laura Clendenen s home Thank you to our hostess and to all the members who attended for the delicious food Our first schooling show of the year was held on January 28th and featured rides from lead line all the way up to Prix St George We were fortunate to have good weather and a group of dedicated volunteers which made for a great day Our next schooling show will be March 18th and will feature a green themed potluck Our first League Show of the year will be July 7th and 8th with a second to be held in October TRC Board Members are working behind the scenes to get ready for our August Recognized Show as well We appreciate all the volunteers sponsors and riders who make our shows fun and successful North Willamette Valley Chapter NWV Chapter will continue to focus on educational opportunities for Adult Amateurs with upcoming clinics and plans for a summer camp We will continue to work on using these opportunities to enable access to clinicians that are often hard to schedule and focus time to help these adults who continue to balance so many things in their lives with time to connect with their horse and friends in the dressage community Our 2018 officers are Marla Santino President Andrea Marek Vice President Donna Edwards Secretary Helen Ferguson Treasurer Natalie Mair Williamson Marketing Sharleen Johansen and Bella Donna JRB Adult Amateur High Point Ann Montgomery and Fivel Open High Point www O regonD ressage com Sarah Stevens and Down for Cash Western Dressage High Point March 2018

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Mid Valley Chapter The Mid Valley Chapter of ODS is looking forward to some exciting and rewarding activities in 2018 under the leadership of our new president John Craven Join us for a fun Musical Freestyle clinic scheduled for March 31 and April 1 We hope to sponsor more clinics participate in two community service events each year and reach out to the Oregon State dressage team We hope you will plan to join us as a competitor volunteer or spectator at our annual HOTV Dressage show at Devonwood in May We often do fun team building activities at our monthly meetings which are held the second Monday of each month on a rotation between Corvallis and Salem Central Oregon Chapter Last year was a good year with 3 full league shows one becoming a two day event at Stonepony Dressage and a recognized show held at Juniper View Farm in Tumalo While the weather was a bit unpredictable during the USDF show the rest of it was not The management volunteers spectators and participants showed up and pulled off another show that was exemplarily Look for all of these opportunities again this year Info at centraloregondressage com Our mission is to grow awareness of the sport and art of dressage through educational opportunities and support for the individual How are we doing this We have a spring social that is combined with our business meeting There are fun speakers activities and drawings Some fun new things we have added to our chapter are our Monday Member Spotlights that highlight various members in their day to day settings with their horses a virtual book club that highlights books that one has read and a monthly live drawing at our board meetings We have an entirely new board this year and while it is their first year they are eager to serve and share a love for the sport and people Tom Robbins VP Judith Are Secretary Mieke Mocke Treasurer March 2018 Stacy Berger member at large and Jessica Mohr President wish you the best of luck and good horsemanship this up and coming year We welcome new members old members and interested riders to our events and meetings Please come and audit watch or volunteer Meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month in Medford See our Web Page or the ODS Calendar for details prize lists and sign up sheets State of Jefferson Chapter The State of Jefferson Chapter would like to welcome Karen Cheeke as our new ODS President Life is short ride your best horse first Karen Piper Chapter President SJODS Umpqua Valley Dressage Combined Training Our new Chapter officers are Chapter President Karen Piper Vice President Michele Matzen Treasure Ed Miller Secretary Elaine Thomas At Large Savannah Whisler Christie Snyder and Teisa Penner The UVC Chapter is looking forward to the upcoming Hearts and Horses Benefit show this Feb 18th at the Douglas County Fairgrounds This fun rail show is open to everyone and is our main fundraiser for our Horse People Helping Horse People Fund This is an emergency fund for horse people in Douglas County who are in need of a hand Over the last few months we have provided help to a local family who lost 5 horses in a trailer accident and a member who suffered a dog attack while out trail riding The Chapter has an exciting calendar year planned April 7 8 Ride a Test Clinic with Debbie Evans Dancing Creek Farm Talent A Scribe how to talk will be offered and a chance to practice a non ODS event April 22nd Spring Fling League show Jackson County Fairgrounds and Expo Park Central Point Judge Kathy Casey R Western and Eventing Dressage classes may be added to this show We are also please to announce the establishment of the Mary Bayard Fitzpatrick Perpetual Trophy Mary was a driving force in the establishment of dressage in Douglas County and one of our earliest members Many of our members have fond memories of lessons and shows with Mary The trophy will be awarded to the UVC member with the highest score at a USDF USEF recognized show October 6 7 SJODS Annual Show ODS USEF USDF Jackson County Fairgrounds and Expo Park Central Point Judge Janet Dolly Hannon S Jutta Schott Reitlehrer FN will be returning for three clinics this year April 27 29 September 28 30 and November 2 4 All clinics to be held at Dancing Creek Farm in Talent Auditors are welcome The Chapter is also planning a Member Appreciation Day to be held in March There will be several non mounted lecture talks Topics Yoga for the Equestrian What exactly the judge is looking for in a Training level and First level test Bio Mechanics of a Dressage Horse and a description of life as a rider for two months in Germany from member Savannah Whisler www O regonD ressage com Mary Bayard and Midge McGinnes on a trail ride in California Photo Credit Midge McGinnes 85

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Oregon Region of the United States Pony Clubs For all inquiries please contact oregonregionboard gmail com www oregon ponyclub org Pony Club is for everyone Well as long as you like horses As a member of Pony Club in 1990 I was lucky enough to have signed up for riding lessons at an Eventing barn that pretty much included all of its youth in their Pony Club I have very vivid memories of attending mounted meetings where we stated our name and rating now called certifications had safety checks and learned really important basic skills like how to lengthen and shorten our own stirrups while mounted We also had detailed unmounted meetings where the older super cool Pony Clubbers taught us how to properly clean our tack groom our horses and be able to recite in a heartbeat what a vet was and when you might call one for your horse Very little has changed in nearly 30 years as far as what is taught and Pony Club meetings What has changed is that members can stay involved and get involved at any age and participate in Dressage Show Jumping Eventing Western Polocrosse Mounted Games Vaulting Foxhunting Driving and Tetrathlon allowing horse lovers of all ages and disciplines to have access to the gold standard in equestrian education Who has always been able to participate in Pony Club Kids who want to do Three day Eventing and already have horses or ponies Pony Club isn t just for ponies These kids have benefited from the amazing organization of United States Pony Club since 1952 and many of them have gone on to become members of the United States Equestrian Team The ultimate achievement in Pony Club is the A level certification The 86 Canterwood Camas SW Washington Columbia Winds Portland Hillsboro St Helens Traditional A level certification prepares members for Intermediate level eventing or a CCI as well as everything they may need to know to get started as a professional equestrian Dodge Creek Douglas County Fox Hills Ridgefield SW Washington Who else can participate in Pony Club now Kids and adults who have horses or ponies and want to do Eventing Dressage Show Jumping Western or any of the other disciplines we offer As many adult dressage show jumping and western riders have realized the value of the Pony Club curriculum the organization has evolved to include horse lovers of all ages levels and disciplines High Lakes Central Oregon Bend Highland Riders Beavercreek Iron Horse Portland Beaverton Sherwood Jumps Jodhpurs Eugene Corvallis What if I don t have a horse or pony One of the other relatively recent evolutions of Pony Club has been the ability to achieve all the Pony Club Certifications for Unmounted knowledge separately from the riding portion These are called HM or Horse Management Certifications and these too can be achieved all the way up to the Professional Level HA Members with limited access to a mount can also participate in many club and regional riding activities Mount Hood Hood River Columbia Gorge Oregon Trail Lake Oswego West Linn Oregon City Patton Valley Forest Grove Hillsboro Rogue Valley Southern Oregon Wait did you say Adults can participate in Pony Club too Rose City Portland Beaverton Sherwood Adults are welcome in Oregon Region Pony Club These members are called Horsemasters The Oregon Region has strong adult participation with over 60 adult members who participate in Rallies Certifications and Mounted and Unmounted Meetings The highlight of the Oregon Regions Horsemasters this www oregon ponyclub org Willamette Valley Salem Willowbrook Clark County WA March 2018

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winter have been Horsemasters specific Unmounted Meetings provided by Amy Eldred a B Traditional Eventing Member of Rose City Pony Club There are even rumors of an overnight Horsemasters Camp in our region Columbia Winds NW Portland and Willamette Valley Salem area were recognized at the National Meeting of the Board of Governors for 25 years as a participating club of USPC Our new Regional Supervisor Kelly Kidd was there to accept the award for Willamette Valley the other award was accepted by Erica Rolf Winnestorfer the new District Commissioner for Columbia Winds Pony Club Interested in becoming a member of Oregon Region Pony Club Check out our website at oregon ponyclub org or contact Kelly Kidd our Regional Supervisor at oregonregionboard gmail com News from the Region Several members of Oregon Region Pony Clubs were able to attend the USPC Equine Symposium and Convention in Louisville Kentucky This included members of our regional board as well as leadership from our local clubs Two clubs and Certifications Clinic which was presented by USPC National Examiner Asia Thayer and had the highest attendance in over 4 years with over 40 participants Upcoming Pony Club Events March 17 USPC Qualifying Quiz Rally Sisters OR April 20 22 USPC Qualifying Dressage Rally Devonwood Equestrian Center Sherwood OR The Oregon Region Spring Meeting was held in February in Eugene There was excellent participation in the meeting with representatives from all clubs present The budget purchasing some new panels for stabling at Pony Club Camp and fine tuning the 2018 Calendar were the main topics The second half of the day was reserved for the Standards May 11 13 USPC Qualifying Eventing Rally Oregon Horse Center Eugene OR To learn more about any of these events please contact oregonregionboard gmail com 35 Off All new Winter Blankets Start your New Year with New Paddock Shoes Half Chaps Helmet and Breeches Prices good through March 2018 in stock items only www sidesaddletackshop weebly com 10414 NE Halsey Street Portland OR 97220 503 256 1964 or 888 694 3585 March 2018 www oregon ponyclub org 87

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OHJA Board Members President Rebekah Swan Oregon Hunter Jumper Association 503 349 0314 beka swantraining net Vice President Kathy Hall Treasurer Joe Regan 971 404 5296 khall pnwequinelaw com 626 644 6771 joe arborgroveequestrian com Secretary Martha Brooks www oregonhunterjumper org Amazon Smile and Fred Meyer Rewards A portion of what you already spend at Fred Meyer and on Amazon can be returned to the organization simply by signing up the OHJA as your charity of choice The Oregon Hunter Jumper Association is a non profit organization and therefore can receive back a portion of your expenditures If you signed OHJA up on Fred Meyer rewards in the past you will have to relist it for the current year as they start fresh on all accounts each year Renew and Join Before You Show Remember to sign yourself and your horse up for the OHJA to receive points Renewals and joining must be completed prior to showing for your points to count There are no retroactive points given Be sure to check that your trainer has also renewed so that they can get points on your horse as well Lifetime memberships are available Contact a board member with questions Please check your points often and ensure that there is accurate tracking throughout the year Also talk to your trainer about the best system for you and your horse s based on where you mostly compete The membership sign up issues should be resolved If you do find an issue with your membership or with point tracking please contact Kathy Hall at khall pnwequinelaw com For Family Membership make sure that all family members emails are included in order for each member to vote in elections JEF Dog Show The Junior members will be holding their annual dog show during the Bend City 88 Opener at the end of May This is a fun way to help the juniors raise money for their fund Winning Time Training and Gallops Saddlery will be sponsoring the JEF raffle held during that show 2018 Rule Book The updated rule book will soon be available on the website please review the changes for the current show season Educational Seminars Coming Soon 541 944 1797 paxdiemec gmail com Jumper Representative 520 358 1079 Robin Rothe robin quietrein gmail com Hunter Representative Dustin Goodwin 971 219 8586 dustingoodwin00 gmail com Equitation Representative Leah Lively 503 442 2624 lclively gmail com Members at Large Akiko Hamada stellarsporthorses gmail com Elise Conlee eaconlee yahoo com Sam Shahbazi sam gallopssaddlery com Trish Helmer historygallopson hotmail com Junior Reps Serin Von Marenholtz Izzy Lively There will be an equine bodywork seminar during the Oregon Trail at Hunter Creek in Wilsonville The seminar will be with Ceiridwen Terrill on June 14th She will be discussing and demonstrating different techniques for equine bodywork Please join us for a fun afternoon Survey Coming The July education seminar is TBA Save the date the next general meeting will take place on June 20th during the Early Summer Classic at Hunter Creek in Wilsonville The August seminar will once again be the medal finals cram session It s never too early to start reviewing for your medal finals written test Sponsors Needed The OHJA is looking for a sponsor for the 2018 Equitation Challenge This is a well received special class held in June at Hunter Creek Equestrian Park All age groups and even professionals take the ring for a flat equitation challenge with the top riders from each group returning for a ride off This is a wonderful way to get your business advertised and the funds raised from the event go to the Junior Equestrian Fund If interested in sponsoring please contact Leah Lively at lclively gmail com www O regonHunter Jumper org Please check your inbox for a survey on prizes and other items Your opinion is highly valued The OHJA board wants to ensure that the prizes and awards given are well received Semi Annual Meeting Jumper Riders Amateurs and Juniors If you are interested in the new USHJA program for Gold Star Emerging Jumper Riders clinic get yourself and your horse signed up for the USHJA Zone jumper finals The top riders from each regional final along with a select number of wild cards are invited to a special Gold Star Clinic with well known clinicians This years clinic took place at HITS Coachella with Richard Spooner and Rich Fellers This program has been developed to identify riders who want to be successful at the highest levels of the sport March 2018

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WSHJA 2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Washington State Hunter Jumper Association President Jamie Smith Vice President Quinn Partridge Treasurer Miranda Salmeri Secretary Ellen Coffin Hunter Rep Alexis Silvernale Equitation Rep Nora Thomas Amateur Rep Peter Brandon Pony Rep Tara Devlin Jumper Rep Laina Paterson Summers Junior Reps O livia Brandon Payton Smith www WSHJA org News Updates The Spring National Prize List is available online at wshja org and on WSHJA s Facebook page Deadline for entries is March 14th be sure to submit your entries prior to the deadline Spring National Inaugural Hunter Jumper USEF National A Jumper 2 April 4 8 Spring National Hunter USEF Premiere AA WCHR April 10 15 Spring National Hunter to feature USHJA Zone 9 Forum Saturday April 14 before the Hunter Derby Zone 9 Chairman Clare Warren will conduct the Forum and answer any questions WSHJA thanks its 2018 Series Sponsors Aleron Training Stable The Grange Thumbs Up Farm logo attached Red Gate Farm Bickford Ford March 2018 For interest in sponsorship opportunities please contact manager wshja org Members at Large Please be advised that to receive points in 2018 trainers must be members with WSHJA Visit wshja org to register today Tory Bova Francesca Helina Sara Petersen Paige Wagter Clare Warren WSHJA has made a few notable changes taking effect in the 2018 season including No minimum Washington State show requirement for Elite Jumpers Increased heights allowed for most jumper categories including Adult Amateur Children s Jumpers Low Children s Adult Hunter Equitation divisions are now 2 6 Pre Children s Adult Hunters Equitation divisions are now 2 9 and more Contact info available on wshja org WSHJA is a non profit member run association reliant on generous sponsors charitable volunteers and avid participation of the hunter jumper community to accomplish its mission championing the achievements of and serving the interests of both its riders and horses to ensure a thriving equestrian culture in the Pacific Northwest Visit the By Laws page of wshja org for the complete list of changes Northwest Autumn Classic USEF A WCHR September 12 16 WSHJA 2018 Show Season October Classic USEF C October 11 14 Spring National Inaugural USEF A Jumper 2 April 4 8 We thank all of our members for their continued support and community See you at the show Spring National Hunter USEF AA WCHR April 10 15 www WSHJA org 89

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Masters of Fox Hounds Melody Fleckenstein MFH Michael Wager Sr Jt MFH Tami Masters Jt MFH RJ Argenzio West Sr Ad MFH Joanna Herrigstad Sr Ad MFH Jean Brooks MFH Emeritus Woodbrook Hunt Club Lakewood WA www woodbrookhuntclub com The Babbler by Andy Lorig HUNTING HAUTE COUTURE FOR THE RIDER A certain elegance with purpose Football players have their uniforms and we have ours While it may vary from hunt to hunt the goal is a combination of tradition and practicality Also it s a clever way of identifying who is what be they staff members with colors or other riders in the field I ll get into colors next month Board of Directors Debbie Flynn President Jacqueline Fritz Vice President Michelle Hoedeman Secretary Deborah Giddings Treasurer Emily Rang Ex Ef Karl Klein Trustee Aubrey Roth Trustee Kate Gormally Trustee Missy McGan Trustee Earl McNally Trustee Nicole Kramlich Trustee For Woodbrook it consists of items found in the closet of many active equestrians No matter who you think you are your ensemble should include WELL FITTING BRITCHES TALL BOOTS A DARK OR BLACK JACKET WHITE SHIRT and that all important HELMET The attire for hunting that precedes our formal season often referred to as cubbing season or ratcatcher more on that later is somewhat relaxed After that it s show time BRITCHES for members and staff should be white at the beginning of each hunt Canary or tan is acceptable for guests What color they are at the end of the day depends on weather how many times you galloped through puddles and or land in the mud OxyClean could be your next best friend Time was when gurus recommended using a spare stirrup leather for a belt just in case it was needed BOOTS should be black though Staff has the privilege of wearing brown tops on theirs If you must decorate your footwear with spurs be sure they are blunt and not God forbid roweled Otherwise your horse may decide to get even with you 90 Hunt Staff Jennifer Hansen Huntsman Sarah Glaser Kennelman Whip Michael Wager Whip Emily Rang Whip Cathy Elledge Whip Margo Forstrom Whip Tami Masters Fox Club Whip Eric Stiemert Fox Club Simon Chapman Fox Club Patty Stiemert Field Master Tabitha Handly Field Master Debbie Flynn Field Master Melody Fleckenstein Field Master SHIRT A white rat catcher is best and should be topped off with a STOCK TIE that can be a challenge to put on It was originally designed to be a possible wrap or sling in case of injury above or below the saddle Those ever so cute gold pins we now use won t hold so attach a few diaper pins to your jacket lining just in case You will find then in the Pampers aisle JACKET It should be black guests may wear a dark color like navy Members with colors will have scarlet on the collar Staff wear scarlet coats with black collars Gentlemen members with colors are also privileged to do so How sexist is that HARD HAT It should be black as well and have a well fitted harness Without one you will be banished from the field www WoodbrookHunt Club com or worse Preserving what mental capacity we have is vital though there are those who suggest that fox hunters are already compromised in that department ACCESSORIES It s always a good idea to carry GLOVES in cool weather or when riding a beast who loves to hang on your hands CROPS are allowed but are usually lost somewhere along the way Only staff should carry hunt whips If you are blessed with a decent pocket in your coat toss in a CANDY BAR for the check or a Flask for false courage and cockle warming Sharing with staff is always a good way to curry favor when you need it If you still have questions after all the above feel free to contact staff or a member The Club may be able to lend you what you need By the way underwear is optional March 2018

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her eyelid and re adhered to her temple The other eyelash had blown completely off Everyone in the clubhouse had a good belly laugh as it was a scary story with a happy ending WHC Honors GLORIA SFERRA who has been hunting with us for 65 years G LORIA SFERRA first heard about the Woodbrook Hunt Club from Jimmy Rainwater who ran a barn in Bridle Trails State Park In the fall of 1952 Jimmy invited Gloria and a group of young riders to a fox hunt they arrived in an open topped stock truck with six horses at the hunt club Gloria thinks to this day her first hunt was the largest group she has ever seen assembled at Woodbrook There were approximately 100 riders and 200 spectators She rode first flight because there were no other options She sported a tweed jacket and flare breeches but no helmet as it would take another decade before helmets were common Gloria used an Hermes type saddle and a Pelham bit that she still owns on her beloved liver chestnut Saddlebred Merry Gold Before this day Gloria and Merry Gold had never jumped a stick But in the wide open prairies of Ft Lewis Gloria and Merry Gold got their first taste of sailing over cross country jumps The hunt started at 11 am and the young riders jumped and galloped until dusk In the clubhouse for the breakfast there was standing room only Apparently it was a fall membership drive and before she knew it Gloria s dad Army had signed her up as a member at the age of 15 In her twenties Gloria rode with Mrs Gilpin as the Master of Foxhounds Mrs Gilpin owned thoroughbred racehorses and if they weren t winning at the track March 2018 A couple of decades later Gloria would switch from riding thoroughbreds to riding the many ponies she bred for her grandchildren She ran ads in the Seattle Times asking for ponies that had never been handled by children It turned out that she really liked riding the ponies and thus ended up sharing the herd with the kids and still rides with them to this day on everything from the hunt field to the John Wayne trail On March 7th Gloria will turn 80 years old Gloria has hunted with 18 different WHC Masters of Foxhounds and we will be celebrating her birthday at the Woodbrook Hunt Ball on March 10th The Sferra family continues to have one of the only family owned horse farms in Seattle check out their website at https seattlefarmllc com We congratulate Gloria on her 65 years as a member of Woodbrook Hunt Club they were foxhunting with her On her lunatic thoroughbreds going at a dead run Mrs Gilpin routinely lost the entire field and all the hounds However after she instituted daily hound exercises at least the hounds could keep up with her In the 1970s Gloria began hunting with her husband Pat and her two daughters Linda and Lisa One hunt day Gloria arrived at the clubhouse to prepare and serve the hunt breakfast She had not planned on riding but was wearing hunt clothes and Hal Dickson offered Gloria a chance to ride a thoroughbred of his that he had gotten off the track a week earlier Hal s last words were Whatever you do stay with the Murphy horse At the base of Amoroso Hill Gloria lost sight of the Murphy horse and Hal s thoroughbred became so rattled that he took off across the expansive meadow The athletic horse broad jumped a fox hole and as Gloria was running out of options to try and stop the distraught horse she dropped one rein and used all her strength to tip the horse s nose toward an abandoned gravel airstrip The horse ran as hard as it could until it realized it was all alone and maintaining her composure Gloria calmly allowed the horse to stop and then surprisingly the horse walked quietly back to the club house Gloria entered the club house for the breakfast not realizing that one of her 1970 s false eyelashes had blown off www WoodbrookHunt Club com Three Generations of Woodbrook Hunt Club members on the steps of the clubhouse Gloria Sferra with grandchildren Forrest Miller Army Olsen Virginia Miller and Gloria s daughter Linda 91

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Jt MFH Tami Masters and Huntsman Jennifer Hansen Report on the January Drag Hound Trial in Thompson Georgia Jt MFH Tami Masters and Huntsman Jenn Hansen traveled to Georgia last month for a great educational opportunity to view and participate in an Masters of Foxhounds Association sponsored national event Jennifer was asked to be one of five judges who recorded the hounds work throughout the hound trials and Tami was invited to ride with the trial s dragman It was an eye opening trip as they hunted two days with Belle Meade live and two days were the Aiken Drag Hound Trials The Hound Trials were a unique opportunity for both of them to compare notes and witness how other dragmen and huntsmen of drag hunts carry out our sport As part of the MFHA s Hark Forward Tour of the US the Hound Trial was organized by Aiken Hounds at Belle Meade Hunt Both were wonderful hosts and you are encouraged to visit if you find yourself near Thompson GA or Aiken SC The purpose of the Hark Forward Tour is to promote the inclusive and social nature of our foxhunting community and to raise money for the new MFHA Headquarters in Middleburg VA The Hark Forward Tour will make its way west in March You can find more information on the MFHA website www mfha com Woodbrook Hunt Club March and April Activities Please check our website at www woodbrookhuntclub com for a calendar of our hunts mounted hound exercises hound walks and other activities open to members and guests Questions Email us at www woodbrookhuntclub gmail com and follow us on Facebook JBLM Range Passes are needed for Training Hunts and Hound Exercises We ll be happy to help you get your range pass Please contact Jennifer Hansen to confirm time and location huntsmanhansen gmail com or 253 377 4892 Contact Information Our website www woodbrookhuntclub com is your greatest resource to learn more about drag fox hunting with us our hounds activities and club history Like us on Facebook Questions and information requests are best directed to Melody Fleckenstein MFH 425 417 4003 woodbrookhuntclub gmail com Jennifer Hansen Huntsman 253 377 4892 huntsmanhansen gmail com Michelle Hoedeman Membership 253 273 6414 michelle2teach hotmail com 3100 Bickford Ave Snohomish WA 98290 1 800 242 5367 your home for Trails West www BickfordTrailers com 92 www WoodbrookHunt Club com March 2018

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Area VII Regional Representatives United States Eventing Association Area VII Area Chair John Meriwether 425 785 2001 jmeriwet comcast net Treasurer Lorilee Hanson 425 213 6287 20317 SE 119th Ct Issaquah WA 98027 lorileehanson gmail com Young Rider Coordinator Karla Nichwander 770 314 7876 krnichwander gmail com w w w a re a v i i o rg Area VII Adult Rider News The North American Junior Young Riders Championships NAJYRC is recognized as a Junior Olympic Event Participation at NAJYRC is by invitation through the Young Riders program The championship is a 3 day event including a CCI event Preliminary level for riders 14 18 years old and a CICO Nations Cup event Intermediate level for riders 16 21 years old For each Championship and event each area can enter a four person team plus two individual riders This is often the pinnacle of a Young Riders eventing career This years NAJYRC will be held for the second year in conjunction with The Event at Rebecca Farm Kalispell MT and all candidates are working hard to get their qualifications in and try out for the teams The North American Junior Young Rider Championships are for driven young riders looking to compete in the FEI divisions of a Championship level CCI or a CICOY Nations Cup The qualifying period for the premier event began January 1 2017 and will go through June 21 2018 Qualifications are defined and presented by the USEF and USEA for all applicants For consideration for the team rider and horse as a pair must complete a CCI or a CIC prior to the selection clinic and camp Young Rider Rep Kristin Holderman kristinh9 gmail com This year s Area VII selectors are Sarah Lorenz Jord n Lindstedt Anna Collier and Debbie Rosen Once team and individual riders have been selected the riders are then turned over to Area VII Young Rider Coach John Camlin to create a formidable team to represent the great northwest Adult Rider Coordinator Maggie Rikard 360 825 4758 magsnags aol com Board of Governors Area Representatives Mark Hart 503 452 1975 mark2992 aol com Sarah Broussard 406 756 8410 sbrouss103 aol com For more information check out the NAJYRC page on the Area VII young rider website at www areavii youngriders org Louise Leslie 425 836 5616 louleslie msn com Rider Representatives Adult Amateur Catie Cejka Young Rider awaiting nomination It is strongly suggested to all Young Riders go as a groom at least once to gain the experience of the event with less pressure of the competition We are accepting letters of intent now for grooming positions for this years NAJYRC will I see yours Rider Representatives Jonathan Elliott 360 485 2043 jonathan_elliott hotmail com Area Secretary Louise Leslie 425 836 5616 louleslie msn com Website Organizer Nancy Roddriguez 425 417 2071 nancyro1313 gmail com Are you going to try and make the NAJYRC team It is not an easy feat and takes a plan and hardwork but so worth it Area VII Council Members Have a great ride Karla Nichwander Melissa Beardsley 206 499 5592 Jordan Lindstedt 206 920 0930 Diane Snow John Camlin Brenda Mitleider Kevin Baumgardner Below 2017 Area VII CICOY Team Sophie Click Olivia Remcho Kristen Holderman Patience O Neal Harper Click Emmie Everrett Kiera Carter Lexie Priest and Elena Carrion at the Opening Ceremony Party Athletes from Area VII once achieving their qualifications along with submitting formal Letters of Intent are chosen through a rigorous selection process The candidates riding record involvement in the local Area VII program and personal sportsmanship commitment to the sport and horsemanship are all part of the application to represent their area and the USA March 2018 www AreaVII org 93

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C A L E N DA R Also FlyingChanges com OF EVENTS 2018 March 2018 3 4 Ernst Herrmann clinic at Summerfield Farm Contact Eileen Parent eileenpar msn com 360 798 0558 17 18 Heather Oleson Clinic at Summerfield Farm Contact Eileen Parent eileenpar msn com 360 798 0558 23 25 NW Horse Fair Expo Linn County Fair Expo Center Albany Oregon A fantastic expo packed with horse fun exciting entertainment and equine education Top notch Clinicians Mustang Adoption Challenge 2018 BreyerWest dynamic demos stunning stallions giant trade show and much more More information www equinepromotions net or 765 655 2107 29 1 Team NW Spring Hunter Jumper Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net Venue TBD April 2018 1 Bedrock Show at Team NW Spring Hunter Jumper Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net 19 20 The 5th Annual Symposium for the Enhancement of Horses Riders Silver Tail Farm Contact Julie Staub Supportingthehorseandrider com 541 9682669 19 Foxfire Farms Dressage Schooling Show Eagle Creek OR Nancy Barnes 503 630 6951 foxfirefarms2 aol com 6 8 Ernst Herrmann clinic at Summerfield Farm Contact Eileen Parent eileenpar msn com 360798 0558 7 8 Bedrock Show at Team NW Country Classic Preview Wilsonville OR Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net June 2018 8 Equestrians Institute Dressage Schooling Show at Bridle Trails Contact www einw org 8 Lake Oswego Hunt Jump Into Spring HJ Show USHJA OHJA Outreach pending Friendship Series Nancy Wild Medals Contact Janice Weis weisjl msn com 503 961 2103 2 2018 Quarry Ridge Friendship Series Quarry Ridge Farm LLC Contact Julia Richard www quarryridgefarm com 360 909 8605 9 Western Dressage and Working Equitation Dressage Schooling Show Eagle Creek OR Nancy Barnes 503 630 6951 foxfirefarms2 aol com 10 15 Spring National Hunter Monroe WA 11 15 Team NW The Country Classic Wilsonville ORMollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net 1 3 Ernst Herrmann clinic at Summerfield Farm Contact Eileen Parent eileenpar msn com 360 798 0558 11 15 Pacific Crest Open Washington State Horse Park Andrea Schroeder 253 350 6579 andrea cascadehorseshows com 9 10 Julie Winkle Riding Clinic Washington State Horse Park USHJA Trainer Certification Clinic 24 26 Alfredo Hernandez hosted by Heather Oleson in Canby Auditors are welcome Contact Heather 503 887 0995 May 2018 14 15 Pacific Outreach Washington State Horse Park Andrea Schroeder 253 350 6579 andrea cascadehorseshows com 9 Rolling Rock Farm Hunter Jumper Series Show 1 Sherwood OR Contact Jan Hammond 503 702 4215 or info RollingRockFarm com www RollingRockFarm com Entries online at Horseshowtime com 14 15 Jumper Jackpot Weekends ALLIED SHOWS 65875 Cline Falls Rd Bend OR 97701 541 312 2425 14 15 USEF USDF Dressage Show Level 3 Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 13 17 Team NW Oregon Trail Wilsonville OR Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net 4 6 Karen O Neal Eventing Clinic 6th Annual Friday Dressage Saturday Stadium Sunday XC Washington State Horse Park Contact Natalie at natmc12 gmail com 406 599 7694 4 6 Ernst Herrmann clinic at Summerfield Farm Contact Eileen Parent eileenpar msn com 360 798 0558 13 17 Swiftwater Invitational Washington State Horse Park Andrea Schroeder 253 350 6579 andrea cascadehorseshows com 5 2018 Quarry Ridge Friendship Series Quarry Ridge Farm LLC Contact Julia Richard www quarryridgefarm com 360 909 8605 16 17 Bedrock Show at Team NW Oregon Trail Wilsonville OR Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net 10 13 Team NW Mother s Day Classic Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net Venue TBD 16 17 Equestrians Institute Chablis Beaujolais at Donida Contact www einw org 16 Clinic With Jeannie Mcdonald Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 18 22 Oregon High Desert Classic 1 Bend OR 21 Rolling Rock Farm Hunter Jumper Series Show 2 Sherwood OR Contact Jan Hammond 503 702 4215 or info RollingRockFarm com www RollingRockFarm com Entries online at Horseshowtime com 25 29 Oregon High Desert Classic 2 Bend OR 28 29 Lincoln Creek Pony Club Back to Back One Day Horse Trials Lincoln Creek Chehalis WA Contact Connie Riker Connie BelmoreEquestrian com 360 790 6451 16 17 Equestrians Institute Yves Sauvignon Clinic at Polestar Farm Contact www einw org 16 17 USEF USDF Dressage Show Level 3 Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 13 Equestrians Institute Champagne Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Show at Donida Contact www einw org 13 15 Equestrians Institute Champagne Crystal and Magnum Classic at Donida Contact www einw org 9 10 Central Oregon Dressage Classic I II USEF USDF ODS Bend OR ODS Central Oregon Chapter www centraloregondressage com 13 Bedrock Show at Team NW Mother s Day Classic Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net Venue TBD July 2018 28 Clinic With Lorraine Mcdonald Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 29 1 E q u e s t r i a n s I n s t i t u t e EverythingButTheKitchenSink Driving at Ethel Events Center Contact www einw org 5 8 Team NW Country Classic Preview Wilsonville OR Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 9140052 triplerise earthlink net 26 27 USEF USDF Dressage Show Level 3 Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 4 8 Spring National Inaugural Monroe WA 12 13 Heart of the Valley Dressage I II USEF USDF ODS Sherwood OR ODS Mid Valley Chapter www oregondressage com 25 27 Equestrians Institute USEA Horse Trials I WSHP Contact www einw org 6 8 Ernst Herrmann clinic at Summerfield Farm Contact Eileen Parent eileenpar msn com 360 798 0558 10 13 Third Annual USEA USEF Event intro to ADV Interm with FEH YEH Classes first modified course offering In Area VII Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 9996611 SSHFHT gmail com 24 Lake Oswego Hunt Oswego Classic HJ Show USHJA OHJA Outreach pending Friendship Series Nancy Wild Medals Contact Janice Weis weisjl msn com 503 961 2103 23 27 Bend City Opener Allied Shows 65875 Cline Falls Rd Bend OR 97701 541 312 2425 20 Equestrians Institute Dressage Schooling Show at Bridle Trails Contact www einw org 19 21 Educational USEA Weekend with Three Phase One Day 4 20 Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 23 24 Cascade Dressage I II USEF USDF CDS ODS Tulelake CA Kaye Phaneuf Show Secretary 503 880 3892 Phaneuf Canby com 16 29 Pacific Northwest Hunter Jumper Monroe WA August 2018 18 Clinic With Debbie Riehl Rodriguez Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 20 24 Team NW Early Summer Classic WCHR EVENT Wilsonville OR Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net 3 5 Dressage at Lake Oswego Hunt annual rated 3 day show Contact Taryn McAllister lohmanager lakeoswegohunt com 503 636 0674 10 12 Alfredo Hernandez hosted by Heather Oleson in Canby Auditors are welcome Contact Heather 503 887 0995 20 24 Alpine Preview Washington State Horse Park Andrea Schroeder 253 350 6579 andrea cascadehorseshows com 10 12 Equestrians Institute Combined Driving Event at Ethel Events Center Contact www einw org 94 2018 Event Dates March 2018

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11 12 USEF USDF Dressage Show Level 3 Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 10 12 Ernst Herrmann clinic at Summerfield Farm Contact Eileen Parent eileenpar msn com 360 798 0558 12 Lake Oswego Hunt Summer Fun HJ Show USHJA OHJA Outreach pending Friendship Series Nancy Wild Medals Contact Janice Weis weisjl msn com 503 961 2103 13 Clinic With Jane Weatherwax Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 18 Rolling Rock Farm Hunter Jumper Series Show 3 Sherwood OR Contact Jan Hammond 503 702 4215 or info RollingRockFarm com www RollingRockFarm com Entries online at Horseshowtime com 18 19 Jumper Jackpot Weekends ALLIED SHOWS 65875 Cline Falls Rd Bend OR 97701 541 312 2425 23 26 Team NW Oregon Summer Classic Wilsonville OR Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net 25 26 BEDROCK SHOW at Team NW Oregon Summer Classic Wilsonville OR Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net 25 26 Northwest Sport Horse Breeders Classic Series with USDFBC Northwest Dressage Breeding FINALS and Materiale CHAMPIONSHIPS USEF USDF EI Hosted by Equestrians Institute at Donida Farm Auburn WA Kaye Phaneuf Show Secretary 503 880 3892 Phaneuf Canby com 25 Equestrians Institute NW Sport Horse Breeders Classic I at Donida Contact www einw org 26 Equestrians Institute NW Sport Horse Breeders Classic II Regional Championships at Donida Contact www einw org 29 2 Team NW NW Spectacular WCHR Event Wilsonville OR Mollie Gallaway Show Secretary 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net September 2018 1 Fox f ire Farms Dressage Schooling Show Eagle Creek OR Nancy Barnes 503 630 6951 foxfirefarms2 aol com 7 Oregon Dressage Society Open Show USEF USDF ODS Sherwood OR Oregon Dressage Society www oregondressage com 8 9 Oregon Dressage Society Championship USEF USDF ODS Sherwood OR Oregon Dressage Society www oregondressage com 8 9 Cascade Finals Washington State Horse Park Andrea Schroeder 253 350 6579 andrea cascadehorseshows com 8 Rolling Rock Farm Hunter Jumper Series Show 4 Sherwood OR Contact Jan Hammond 503 702 4215 or info RollingRockFarm com www RollingRockFarm com Entries online at Horseshowtime com 12 16 Northwest Autumn Classic Monroe WA Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 6 2018 Quarry Ridge Friendship Series Quarry Ridge Farm LLC Contact Julia Richard www quarryridgefarm com 360 909 8605 6 7 Dressage in the State of Jefferson USEF USDF ODS Central Point OR Kaye Phaneuf Show Secretary 503 880 3892 Phaneuf Canby com 22 23 Jumper Jackpot Weekends ALLIED SHOWS 65875 Cline Falls Rd Bend OR 97701 541 312 2425 8 9 Equestrians Institute Driving Trial at Ethel Events Center Contact www einw org 21 23 Equestrians Institute USEA Horse Trials II WSHP Contact www einw org 31 10 2 Ernst Herrmann clinic at Summerfield Farm Contact Eileen Parent eileenpar msn com 360 798 0558 October 2018 1 14 October Classic Monroe WA Monroe WA 4 USEA Educational day for three day and formal jogs for three day Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 9996611 SSHFHT gmail com 5 7 USEA USEF Horse Trials Intro To Adv Inter and Classic Format Three Day Beg Nov Nov and Training March2018 please send 2018 show dates 12 14 Alfredo Hernandez hosted by Heather Oleson in Canby Auditors are welcome Contact Heather 503 887 0995 mail flyingchanges com 20 21 Equestrians Institute Anne Gribbons Dressage Clinic at Bear Creek Farm Contact www einw org editor thecompetitiveequestrian com to OR 20 22 USEA Educational Weekend Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 21 Halloween One Day Three Phase Horse Trial Spokane Sport Horse Farm 509 999 6611 SSHFHT gmail com 26 28 ODS Trainer s Workshop with Lisa Wilcox Contact Lisa Koch 541 410 5968 lisakoch3 gmail com 2018 Event Dates 95

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY OREGON Arbor Grove Equestrian Inc Cornerstone Equestrian LLC 359 Highway 219 NE 7 Woodburn OR 97071 503 981 1978 626 644 6771 cell www arborgroveequestrian com Rob Perkins Owner Trainer Joe Regan Owner Trainer Premiere Hunter Jumper facility with emphasis on equitation horsemanship Covered arena grass derby field Two miles west of I 5 at exit 271 8310 NW Kaiser Rd Portland OR 97231 503 351 3253 farm 503 351 1002 cell jump cornerstonehj com www cornerstonehj com Trainer Linda Worley Cornerstone is a beautiful full care hunter jumper facility specializing in the preparation of horse rider for the show ring Quality school horses lease horses Brawley Farms Echelon Training LLC 34680 NE Kramien Rd Newberg Or 97132 541 420 9711 echelonhunterjumpers gmail com www echelonhunterjumpers com Trainer Kathy Kerron USEF R Hunter Equitation Judge Hunters Jumpers Equitation Training Lessons and Clinics Positive training for both horse and rider Located just minutes from Hunter Creek show facility South Salem OR 503 743 4414 brawleyfarm aol com www brawleyfarms com Trainer Judy Brawley Hunters jumpers equitation dressage sales clinics Complete indoor outdoor facilities grass paddocks Field jumps 75 acres of fields trails Our Virginia roots offer you a three generation business Brawley Farms North LLC Wilsonville Equestrian Center Boeckman Road Wilsonville OR 97070 503 932 9283 Cell dbrawley1962 yahoo com www brawleyfarmsnorth com Trainers Debbie Judy Brawley Hunters jumpers equitation sales clinics basic dressage Quality school horses lease program Beginning to advanced Pleasure to show ring We have the experience to help you reach your goals Charlton Ridge Farm LLC FallBrooks Farm North Plains OR 97133 Barn 503 647 2755 FallBrooksFarm gmail com www FallBrooksFarm com Manager Vaulting Trainer Suzanne Detol Dressage Trainer Ashlyn Waggoner FallBrooks Farm is a beautiful dressage vaulting training facility w indoor outdoor arenas round pens pastures trails a friendly supportive atmosphere We teach in a kind enthusiastic compassionate style Top horse care in large clean matted stalls with runs and 3x day feeding Flip Side Kaitlyn Charlton Trainer 503 349 4533 kaitlyncharlton gmail com High Valley Stables 20765 SW Hillsboro Hwy Newberg OR 97132 www charltonridgefarm com Hunters Jumpers Equitation Sales Ponies 12 x 14 stalls w runs indoor outdoor w viewing rooms Stadium lights sprinklers large grass pastures wash racks w heaters fly spray system vacuumed aisles trails 36851 NE Wilsonville Rd Newberg OR 97132 www flipsidehorses com Philippa Melski 503 516 4965 Christus Farm Inc Foxfire Farms PO Box 2261 Jasper OR 97438 541 726 1505 linda christusfarm com www christusfarm com Amy Gau Linda Kienlen Melissa Brotz Hunters Jumpers Equitation investment horses Sales Training Lessons and Clinics Hunters jumpers equitation training lessons sales clinics School horses available Large beautiful barn 90x200 indoor lovely outdoor arena turnout Quality training instruction care for your horse Nancy Barnes Owner Operator Instructor Kassi Morgan Trainer 28880 SE Folsom Rd Eagle Creek OR 97022 503 630 6951 home 503 860 0802 cell foxfirefarms2 aol com Quiet congenial complete care boarding facility with many TLC extras Indoor arena roundpen trails trail obstacles jumps 20 min from I 205 Horses go out to pasture every day all day all year Dressage lessons using biomechanical natural horsemanship techniques to inspire confidence harmony between horse rider Cascadia Sporthorses French Hill Farm Riding Academy Crescendo Farms Herrold Stables Farm Kelly Marriner Smith 17528 Painter Loop Rd NE Hubbard OR 97032 503 913 0887 The Pacific Northwest s Premier Equine Brokerage and Marketing Company Consignments Guided Buying Tours Online Marketing cascadiasporthorses com 15770 NE Eilers Rd Aurora OR 97002 503 678 6336 www frenchhillfarm com Owners Nancy Al Jubitz Premier riding academy for ages 6 up All abilities Excellent instructors Experienced lesson horses Summer Camps Horse Shows Beautiful facility Board and training with Stellar Sport Horses Katie Allan Twombly Barn 14245 SW Pleasant Valley Rd Mail 19809 SW Aten Rd Beaverton OR 97007 Cell 503 703 7950 katie crescendofarms gmail com www crescendofarms com 32900 SW Wohler St Hillsboro OR 97123 971 235 4529 call text www HerroldStables com Excellent full care boarding facility includes daily turn out in large grass fields Specialized care handling for young horses lay up situations Lessons lease horses also available Hunters Eq Dressage Centered Riding Contemporary Alexander Technique and Natural Horsemanship 97 Premier Facility 100x200 60x120 Arenas 60 Round Pen 12x12x42 Stall Paddock Adult Hobby Riders Quite Peaceful Setting Year around Pasture Equitation Instruction Professional Training Horseback Birthday Parties Experienced Horse Rental Leasing www FlyingChanges com March 2018

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY OREGON Pax Diem Equestrian Center Hawkins Equine LLC 503 475 6236 hawkinsequinellc gmail com www hawkinsequinellc com Trainer Ashley Hawkin Disciplined compassionate and methodical training to awaken a horse s love and eagerness for its work as well as lessons and training for beginning through advanced riders of all ages Full care board of the highest quality Imagination Lane LLC Martha Brooks and Brook McLeod Banks OR 541 944 1797 or 541 821 3444 Personalized training program to meet your needs School horses available Small barn in private setting Sales horses available Pete s Place LLC 36851 NE Wilsonville Rd Newberg OR 97132 Nicole Bourgeois 503 310 9982 Kendall Bourgeois 503 476 7862 imaginationlanellc gmail com Shannon Vandermolen Trainer 22262 SW Stafford Rd Tualatin OR 97062 503 927 7190 madeventer1984 yahoo com www imaginationlanellc com Hunters Jumpers Equitation Investment Sales Daily turnout with a large indoor arena NCEA riding help All levels welcome Full and Partial training packages for hunters jumpers and eventers Limited school horse lessons Quality show barn in relaxed family farm setting Sales and Leases available Call Shannon In Tune Eventing Quiet Rein Riding School Rosey Paulson B H S P I 18241 SW Mountain Home Rd Sherwood OR 503 459 1634 Intuneeventing gmail com Full care boarding Lessons and training in Eventing Dressage and show jumping Show coaching School and Lease horses available BHS certificated instructor Supportive and fun environment Lessons for all ages Young horse starts and sales programs available Haul in s welcome www intuneeventing net 9470 S Bakers Ferry Rd Oregon City OR 97045 Trainer Jill McGrady Jill quietrein com 503 544 7999 Trainer Robin Rothe robin quietrein gmail com 520 358 1079 www quietrein com Lessons for all ages skill levels Quality lesson horses in a safe fun family friendly environment whether you are preparing for the A rated show program or simply want to get your basics down Lake Oswego Hunt Club Rain Creek Farm Lovely historic LOH provides full service boarding including 4 feedings per day and daily turnout in all weather paddocks with grass option in summer Our Riding Academy offers beginning English lessons and wonderful summer camps and we offer advanced training programs in a variety of disciplines Our prime central location on 19 acres in the heart of Lake Oswego can t be beat in terms of convenience and gas savings Visit us today Hunter jumper equitation School horses available lease horses also available 2725 Iron Mountain Blvd Lake Oswego OR 97034 lohmanager lakeoswegohunt com www lakeoswegohunt com Libbi Peltz Training 20833 S Redland Rd Oregon City OR 97045 503 631 8000 503 819 7651 cell www raincreekfarms com Trainer Vicki Zacharias Rolling Rock Farm LLC Libbi L Peltz DVM Trainer Located at Venture Farm 20130 South End Rd Oregon City OR 97045 Mailing PO Box 1168 Mulino OR 97042 503 998 7319 cell PO Box 925 25475 SW Baker Rd Sherwood OR 97140 503 625 9550 b 503 702 4215 c www RollingRockFarm com Hunters Jumpers Equitation Lessons Training for all ages beginners to show ring competitors Lesson Lease horses Libbi L Peltz DVM available for your horse s Veterinary care Premier training facility for horse rider 2 covered arenas 80x200 for hunters 60x90 for young horses riders 100x200 all weather outdoor arena Access to trails Acres of turnout Owners on site Merlin s Wood Silver Spring Farm Ingrid Thornquist James Hook Owners Sherwood OR 97140 503 819 8519 c Ingrid merlinswood com www merlinswood com Lara Schleining Owner 1313 E Nevada St Ashland OR 97520 silverspringequestrian com 541 601 9895 Dressage basic horsemanship lessons School horses available Private quiet full care facility Rehabilitation layup care available 12x12 stalls w runs 70x144 covered lighted arena pasture turnout individual or group 15 min from I 5 Wilsonville exit 15 min from 99w Sherwood Oz Incorporated Sleepy Hollow Farm Ltd 22665 S Central Point Road Canby OR 97013 Barn 503 651 3418 Shelly 503 704 7985 ozinc yahoo com www ozincorporated com Trainers Jeff Shelly Campf Dustin Goodwin 775 SW Advance Rd Wilsonville OR 97070 503 682 8897 Hunters jumpers equitation investment horses sales training lessons clinics 98 Hunters Jumpers Equitation Dressage training Sport Horse sales leases Unparalleled equestrian facilities 60 fully fenced acres Spacious stables turn out paddocks w indoor outdoor arenas Nestled in the hills overlooking Ashland Minutes from I 5 Quality full care boarding full size indoor dressage jumping arena turnout clinics instruction in basic equitation to CT in a friendly supportive atmosphere www FlyingChanges com March 2018

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Some Day Farm TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY OREGON 20361 Tumalo Rd Bend OR 97701 Trainer Cathrine Cruger 541 848 8519 catcruger yahoo com www somedayfarmllc com Areas of focus include equitation hunter jumper training horseback riding lessons professional horse training horse boarding and also has a variety of horses for sale We can accommodate your needs and help to shape you into the kind of rider that fits your goals and objectives Tom Murray Dressage Viola Farm 28815 S Needy Rd Canby Oregon 97013 626 644 3008 tommurraydressage gmail com Now accepting clients at this exciting new facility Full care boarding dressage training sales www TomMurrayDressage com Tracie Bjugan Dressage LLC Stellar Sport Horses French Hill Farm 15770 NE Eilers Rd Aurora OR 97002 503 678 2025 stellarsporthorses gmail com Trainer Akiko Hamada Hunters Jumpers Equitation Leasing Sales Focusing on complete horsemanship preparation for the show ring Stonepony Dressage Located at West Side Stables 17265 SW Swank Rd Sherwood OR 97140 Tracie Bjugan 503 705 2207 traciebjugan gmail com www tbjugandressage com USDF Gold Silver Bronze medalist Accomplished competitor with multiple awards Dedicated instructor international horse shopping using technology enhancing instruction starting horses retraining difficult horses Available for clinics and travel Triple Rise Equestrian Center Trainer Nancy Stearns Owners Nancy and Mark Stearns 5553 SW Quarry Ave Redmond OR 97756 541 923 6349 www stoneponydressage com Quality full care boarding w individual grass turn outs Lighted covered arena w mirrors Large outdoor dressage court Dressage instruction School horses available Dressage clinics w Danica Yates Sue Sherry Strowbridge Stables 85687 Pine Grove Rd Eugene OR 97405 541 954 5312 Owners Mike Mollie Gallaway Trainer Mike Gallaway Trainer Lauren Buck 541 543 1467 www triplerisehorseshows com Hunters jumpers equitation school horses boarding training indoor outdoor arenas Unicorn Ranch PO Box 60 Lorane OR 97451 541 359 8040 UnicornRanch msn com Oregon City OR 97045 971 285 2144 503 631 3289 www strowbridgestables com Dressage training 30 years experience Relax enjoy the journey with your horse Lessons designed individually for each horse rider team Indoor outdoor arenas w excellent footing For more information contact Katie Gustafson 503 631 3289 or stubbiedog ccgmail net 80 acres of pastures woods trails cross country course Outdoor arena big mirrored indoor arena w viewing tack club rooms Cross ties 2 round pens big holding paddocks Birthing stalls w insulated viewing room Daily turnout stall cleaning Feeding 2x per day Blanketing Special needs horse care Surveillance cameras gated Trainers welcome Standing pure Lusitano stallion Disco Daydream Swan Training Valley Vista Farm 16091 SW Wilsonville Rd Wilsonville OR 97070 503 349 0314 valleyvistafarm com 11355 NW Valley Vista Road Hillsboro OR 503 647 0444 or valleyvistafarm gmail com Trainer Rebekah Swan www swantraining net Hunters Jumpers Equitation Whip n Spur continues with a tradition of the highest quality training horse care in the Northwest Home of Swan Training Self care boarding in Helvetia area 10 minutes from Tanasbourne or Bethany Small private mud free facility 12 x12 matted stalls with outdoor covered 12 x12 paddocks Covered 80 x160 arena with Equiloft footing 60 all weather round arena Summer pastures winter all weather turnouts Quiet country roads for hacks Daily self care required Talisman Farm Venture Farm Eventing Dressage and Vaulting Full care board daily turn out Julie Hook Trainer USEA Level IV Instructor Malcolm Hook operations manager Kayde Undraitis Assistant Jumpers Hunters Equitation Sales Competitive show barn catering to beginners thru Grand Prix Full service care w daily turn out indoor arena all weather outdoor Full Half Lease School Horse Lessons available 15988 NE Eilers Road Aurora OR 97002 503 678 1016 julie talismanfarm us malcolm talismanfarm us Templeton Equestrian Center 20130 South End Road Oregon City OR 97045 Owner Trainer Megan Jordan 503 539 2283 meg venturefarminc Assistant Trainer Heather Northup 541 914 0407 Antonio Castellanos 503 209 7109 www venturefarminc com Dave and Shanna Templeton Owners 21285 S Lower Highland Rd Beavercreek OR 97004 503 632 2433 Barn 503 388 1809 Megan Pugh Trainer Carrie Harnden Clinician Alfredo Hernandez Clinician Dressage training lesson program clinics Full care daily large turnouts year round large mirrored indoor arena round pen large matted stalls superb amenities Surrounded by over 3 000 acres of BLM land w year round trails Trailer parking fully fenced gated video monitored Conveniently located just 15 min east of I 205 Owner lives on site for 24 hour care 99 Your Facility Your Address Your Contact Information LOGO Only 170 per year Call 503 317 4957 or email mail flyingchanges com www FlyingChanges com March 2018

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY WASHINGTON Hillcrest Training Heidi Snider Kauffman 206 795 5900 www hillcresttraining net www showringsuccess com Premium Full Service Hunter Jumper equestrian facility located above the wine country in Woodinville WA EQUESTRIAN PERFORMANCE At Shelburne Farms in Redmond WA Vinton Karrasch 949 795 1104 Ann Karrasch 949 291 1407 info equestrianperformance com Heidi Snider Kauffman offers Training Sales Leases and Showring Success coaching International competitors Ann and Vinton Karrasch bring decades of excellence in hunter jumper training clinics showing and sales Now located in the Pacific Northwest Aleron Training Stables 5800 125th Lane NE Kirkland WA 98033 206 295 4122 Trainer Alexis Taylor Silvernale www aleronstables com www equestrianperformance com At a gorgeous facility minutes from downtown Bellevue and close to Seattle owner trainer Alexis Taylor Silvernale and her staff offer customized top level training and quality care for horses and riders Derby Farms Archway Equestrian LLC Clare Warren Corene Smith Laina Summers 22815 NE 200th Street Woodinville WA 98077 Office 425 877 1715 www archwayequestrian com Archway established in 1991 is an exceptional hunter jumper training facility We prepare horses and their riders for the competitive show circuit USHJA Certified Trainers Clare 206 669 1287 cwarren archwayeqsports com Corey 206 200 7101 coreys archwayeqsports com Laina Paterson Laina archwayequestrian com Brass Ring Farm LLC Derby Farms was established in 1980 by Pamela Pentz who has been a dressage trainer instructor and USEF R Dressage judge ever since We provide excellent boarding full care with turn out training and instruction in dressage at all levels and we have a few excellent school horses for riders in need of mounts We are also an Oldenburg breeding farm and breed wonderful horses for the amateur market We stand the amazing Grand Prix stallion Rodioso Donida Farm David Gwen Blake 253 833 4870 Auburn WA www donidafarm com Premier full care facility w excellent management Daily turnout on mud free surface International Dressage Training Instruction lesson programs FEI Hobby Rider School horse program Top quailty show venue Two indoor arenas sand Nike footing mirrors numerous outdoor arenas sand rubber footing Race track cross country jumps Located on 80 manicured acres Nancy Free Trainer 26919 112th St E Buckley WA 98321 360 829 9181 farm 253 381 2533 cell www brassringfarmllc net Hunters Equitation Investments Leases Sales Clinics Brookside Emerald Valley Stables Jonnie Brooks Owner Trainer 7014 180th St SE Snohomish Wa 98296 425 269 2605 brooksideeq gmail com Brookside equestrian com Hunters Jumpers Equitation Lessons and Sales Located just 5 minutes north of Woodinville off of Highway 9 Fully inclosed indoor arena spacious outdoor arena and large grass pastures for daily turnout Training programs are individually tailored to each horse and rider Chalice Farms Performance Boarding Facility Focusing on Dressage and Eventing 9390 Orchard Ave SE Port Orchard WA 98367 www chalicehorsefarms com Contact Lea Wilson Owner 206 718 7662 Outstanding facility with excellent horse management in a nearly mud free facility Indoor 60X120 arena with rubber and sand footing Outdoor 200x75 arena which can be used for dressage or jumping Reasonable Board rates with daily turnout and full care services Crooks Show Jumping Korina Winkler Owner Manager 1613 NE 259th St Ridgefield WA 98642 503 730 7490 office emeraldvalleystables gmail com Equi librium Equestrian Jessica Wisdom 253 230 9764 features a 135x62 newly remodeled mirrored indoor arena a newly renovated 235x121 outdoor arena with all weather footing over 25 newly renovated turnout paddocks Located on 50 acres with trails Encanto Valley Farm 24246 275th Ave SE Maple Valley WA 98038 425 766 1625 encantovalleyfarm gmail com www encantovalleyfarm com Trainer Morgan Carr USHJA Certified Hunters Jumpers Equitation Lessons Leases Sales Training program customized to meet your riding goals Indoor outdoor arenas individual paddocks for daily turnout large stalls heated viewing lounge Farmhill Equestrian Center LLC 9390 Orchard Ave SE 16530 Robinson Rd Snohomish WA 98296 Lauren Crooks 206 660 1992 crooksshowjumping gmail com www CrooksShowJumping com 23118 NE 37th Ave Ridgefield WA 360 887 8087 www farmhillequestriancenter com Internationally renowned CSJ offers training for the serious athlete ranging from beginners to the Grand Prix level Our state of the art facility is conveniently located just North of Bellevue 100 17720 NE Woodinville Duvall Rd Woodinville WA 98072 425 483 9583 www derbyfarms com Home of Suzan Davis Atkinson Dressage Rebecca Buehler Dressage and Jump Instruction A full service dressage jump facility located 2 mi east of the I 5 exit 11 FarmHill features a 60x150 mirrored indoor dressage arena full court outdoor dressage arena 100x300 outdoor jump arena covered round pen We provide superb 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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY WASHINGTON Five C Farms 15811 NE 175th St Woodinville WA 98072 425 481 7866 http www fivecfarms com Home of Molly Martin Dressage Training Stones Throw Farm with Sarah Lorenz Stephanie Craig and Cherry Blossom Farm Hunter Jumpers We are a full service boarding facility with large individual turnout paddocks fields indoor all weather outdoor arenas grass jumping field covered roundpen A positive atmosphere for both horse rider Sales lease training programs available Welcoming Kristi Gravrock now providing lesson horses for hunter jumper instruction Also has openings for training horses Denison Rauw Owner Manager 2056 Palo Alto Road Sequim WA 360 582 9514 www nodawayfarm com HO RS E C A RE WITH HEART Experienced quality full care specializing in retirement post surgery injury and equine senior care Tranquil 20 acre farm provides superior climate for horse health Year around pasture board or lay up stall board with state of the art barn and field shelters Vacation board with close access to Olympic National Forest and Olympic National Park Partners with Still Creek CPR First Aid Training for Equestrians www stillcreekcpr com Nodaway Farm Horse Care with Heart Parkside Stables Forest Park Equestrian Center organ Nora Thomas Trainers M 13020 NE 39th Street Bellevue WA 98005 425 885 5025 Parksidestables msn com www parksidestables com Shannon Morris 6504 44th Ave NE Olympia WA 98516 360 280 3191 www forestparkequestriancenter com Quality boarding training lessons Incredible facility 14x14 stalls individual tack lockers huge indoor outdoor rings Miles of trails Dressage jumping lessons offered Haul ins welcome Harmony Ridge Equestrian Center 25722 SE Tiger Mountain Rd Issaquah WA 98027 HarmonyRidgeEquestrian gmail com www HarmonyRidgeEquestrian net 425 246 6786 Conveniently located just 10 minutes off I 99 and Hwy18 our beautiful facility includes a 90 x 200 covered arena with brand new footing turn out 7 days a week in our completely dry private paddocks flexible training schedule heated tack room meticulous care and plenty of other amenities for both horse and rider to enjoy Come be part of the Harmony Ridge team and family Hunters Run Equestrian Center LLC Washington s leading Hunter Jumper training facility Easily accessible from Seattle and all points on the Eastside We provide top level training for horse and rider in a comfortable family atmosphere First lesson to the National level our trainers can support you and your hunter jumper and equitation goals We will help you reach your full potential Phoenix Farm Hunters Jumpers 8832 222nd St SE Woodinville WA 98077 206 229 2711 Trainer Teri Duplass www phoenixfarm com Full service providing great care education at an affordable price Indoor outdoor arenas round pen locker room wash rack Lesson horse program for all skill levels Potcreek Meadow Farm Colleen Armstrong Owner Colleen Armstrong Angie Chamberlin Meghann Armstrong Trainers 22216 Sweeney Rd SE Maple Valley WA 98038 425 432 8962 info huntersruneq com www huntersruneq com Hunters Jumpers Equitation Sales Leases school horses boarding training indoor outdoor arenas daily turnout on grass pastures Jane Judson Dressage Nodaway Farm JJ 18804 NE 106th St Redmond WA 98052 425 882 3558 Trainer Cara Anthony www potcreek com Hunters jumpers equitation training clinics lessons sales leases Full care boarding facility with state of the art indoor outdoor riding rings Grand Prix field Adjacent to equestrian park extensive riding trails Pumpkin Farms Training with respect for the horse and his nature Natural methods based on traditional dressage Improve contact straightness flexibility School horses personalized attention Six years training in Philippe Karl s Ecole de Legerete USDF L Graduate with Distinction Bronze medalist 25 years experience Training lessons clinics judging Matt Eagan Trainer 720 641 7319 matt ecdressage com 17732 Butler Rd Snohomish WA 98290 Susan Cheney Owner 805 490 5907 www pumpkinfarmsdressage com Built for the horse and rider a full care dressage training and boarding facility 35 minutes from Bellevue and 10 minutes from Evergreen Fairgrounds in Monroe Facilities include 204x72 mirrored indoor arena FEI sized all weather outdoor 2 20m covered round pens numerous all weather T O paddocks grass paddocks 14x12 stalls with run outs The facility is set on 17 lovely acres includes a 10 acre riding and conditioning field We provide the very best in personalized care for horse and rider Lane s End LLC Red Gate Farm Jane Judson Located Hilltop Haven Equestrian Carnation WA 98014 425 466 5611 Janejudsondressage gmail com Dressage Nancy Thacher owner trainer USDF Gold Medalist retired dressage judge 425 868 1655 Nancy_thacher hotmail com 20430 NE 108th St Redmond WA 98053 www lanesendfarmnw com Top of the line establishment with full amenities Small community but large facility for dressage horsemanship progress and fun Over sized stalls indoor outdoor arenas round pen etc Variety of turnout options Beautiful fields hills woods with direct access to trails Tucked away at the end of two lanes 2 8 miles from Hwy 520 downtown Redmond Legacy Hunters Jumpers Inc 19802 NE 148th St Woodinville WA 98077 trainer legacyhuntersandjumpers com 425 869 1527 Trainer Shelly Kerron Trainer Lizzie Kerron Assistant Trainer Ross Alexander www legacyhuntersjumpers com Hunter Jumper training facility operated by third generation horse trainer Shelly Kerron Quality lesson horse program Beginner thru accomplished show rider 101 23836 SE 24th Street Sammamish WA 98075 jamie425 earthlink net 425 392 0111 Trainer Jamie Smith www facebook com redgatefarmtraining Red Gate Farm is a full service training facility We offer everything from Lessons to A circuit horse shows and have horses and ponies available for lease We also provide a fun Summer Day Camp for ages 6 12 Spokane Sport Horse Farm LLC 10710 S Sherman Rd Spokane WA 99224 Owner Christel Carlson Manager Gail Mackie Phone Mgr 509 999 6611 Owner 509 993 6786 www spokanesporthorse com Training Boarding Showing Breeding Farm on 150 Acres 7 Level 3 USDF Shows 2 USEA Events All levels Many Clinics schooling shows and events Great lay over just off I 90 www FlyingChanges com March 2018

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY WASHINGTON Summervale Premier Dressage 29722 22nd Ave E Roy WA 98580 www SummervalePremierDressage com dressagespecialties yahoo com 253 381 2811 Summervale Premier Dressage provides an Elite Equestrian Sales experience in dressage horses for sale We make dreams come true matching top quality dressage horses to their partners Sundance Equestrian Industries 18221 236th Ave NE Woodinville WA 98077 425 205 3775 USHJA Certified Trainers Katherine Wade Easley Chelsea Crabb Assistant Trainer Danika Green www sundanceequestrian com We offer training for both the horse rider looking to compete have fun in a team environment Hunters jumpers equitation sales leases clinics Full care boarding beautiful covered arena Wacky Nut Equestrian Farm 10821 Wacky Nut Way Bainbridge Island WA 98110 206 780 1617 Barn Manager jo wackynutfarm com 206 353 3358 www wackynutfarm com A premier dressage training boarding facility offering lessons and training at all levels through FEI Regular clinics and active show participation Excellent individualized care includes 4 daily feedings stalls cleaned twice daily year round turn out all 15 stalls w paddocks Indoor arena 80x180 w excellent footing mirrors heated viewing area outdoor 100x200 All season farm trail Heated tack room w private lockers rider kitchen heated groom areas Resident caretaker Trainer Emily Sorensen www sorensendressage com about Windy Ridge Farm Inc Windy Ridge Farm 38206 SE Gibson Road Washougal WA 98671 Owner Rick Bishoprick 360 831 4304 info windyridgewashougal com windyridgewashougal com We offer full care boarding blankets and fly mask changing weather depending feeding of Eastern Oregon hay included grain not included We are on 86 acres with access to trails indoor and outdoor arenas 5 8 mile race track cross country course several guest trainers 60 foot lighted indoor round pen 12x12 stalls large group or individual turnout tack lockers cross tie tack up areas and hot water wash racks Woodside Stables TL2 Farms 3208 300th Ave SE Fall City WA 98024 206 499 1065 Owners Loren and Tammy Kaneshige www tl2farms com 9368 NE Derby Way Kingston WA 98346 Trainers Cindy Daniels Sara Petersen Lisa Crittenden 360 860 1335 425 466 5662 woodsidestables msn com woodsidestables com Beautiful full service equestrian facility Hunter jumper and equitation A great place to ride Hunters Jumpers Equitation Sales Leases School Horse Lessons Full care facility with indoor outdoor rings state of the art footing daily turn out Close to trails Theresa Leahy Training LLC Enumclaw WA 98022 INSTRUCTOR DIRECTORY 253 736 4888 tmqleahy gmail com Hunters Jumpers Equitation and Dressage thru FEI We offer focused goal oriented lessons and training in a positive fun atmosphere A Circuit showing throughout the west coast Lesson lease horses ponies available Thumbs Up Farm Trainers John Turner Jack Hammond Quinn Partridge Keri Bailey 24221 NE Union Hill Road Redmond WA 98053 Mailing address P O Box 816 Mercer Island WA 98040 206 396 2681 John 253 686 0221 Quinn thumbsupfarm aol com www thumbsupfarm com Hunters Jumpers Equitation Sales Leases Clinics Three day eventing venue with full professional courses thru Prelim plus some Intermediate Clinics private camps available by appointment for group schooling See website for information calendar S JUDGE DRESSAGE CLINICIAN TRAINER BHSI certified FEI Dressage with over 35 years experience Positive and constructive classical dressage training Unique ability to create a harmonious working partnership for you and your horse Master in the art of long lining as well as in hand techniques through piaffe and passage All breeds welcome Gwen Blake 360 507 9306 Rebecca Blake 360 507 1438 31807 South Carlson Rd Kennewick WA 99337 509 521 1100 tulipsprings aol com www tulipsprings com Sonja Vracko S Judge Dressage Trainer Clinician 14050 18th NE Woodinville WA 98072 425 417 3222 sonjavracko msn com www sonjavracko com Farmhill Equestrian Center LLC 23118 NE 37th Ave Ridgefield WA 503 476 4125 SuzanDavisAtkinson gmail com Blake Dressage Tulipsprings Eventing View Ridge Farm Suzan Davis Atkinson Dressage Blake Dressage has over 50 years of training and competition experience on local national and international levels We offer instruction training clinics and coaching for all levels thru FEI Breeland Equestrian School Corvallis OR 541 753 4000 USDF Bronze medalist triple credentialed teacher former OSU Horse Center Director offers lessons training in dressage jump trails Focus on freeing energy blocks in spine centered riding releasing true potential 4H PC discounts Customized clinics will travel BEGINNERS THROUGH GRAND PRIX 102 www FlyingChanges com March 2018

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Centered Riding INSTRUCTOR DIRECTORY Lisa Weis Cathy Mahon cathy harmonyandhealingwithhorses com 360 430 0430 www harmonyandhealingwithhorses com Dressage Training Instruction 508 693 1704 lis8weis gmail com Stanwood WA 98292 Experienced certified Centered Riding instructor with 30 years as rider trainer and teacher Offering top quality lessons to beginners as well as experienced dressage riders in balanced classic riding Private lessons at your own arena with one on one approach to improve body posture and awareness with immediate results Available in Cowlitz Clark and Lewis Counties Over 25 years experience USDF L Graduate and medalist Bachelors of Education Potomac Horse Center Graduate Two year apprenticeship with german F N Reitlehrer Available for travel Claudia Ingham PhD Pacific Moon Equestrian Center Equine Essentials Marion County OR 503 341 0743 Eco Ag Consultation gmail com EquineEssentialsOregon com ARIA certified in eventing dressage and recreational riding Individualized and effective instruction for horse and rider success for over 20 years Regular clinics in Woodburn Rebecca Buehler FarmHill Equestrian Center LLC 23118 NE 37th Ave Ridgefield WA 503 719 2795 REBuehler gmail com Jumping and dressage Kind beneficial instruction for riders and careful effective training for horses Rebecca has evented through the Advanced level and holds her Pony Club A rating CHA certification and Stage 3 with the British Horse Society Karen Moore Owner 23502 Wallitner Rd Arlington WA 360 403 3035 www pacificmoondressage com USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist Karen Moore Dressage is good for every horse and rider All breeds and levels welcome Build the partnership with your horse at Pacific Moon RiderPilates LLC 19610 NE 116th St Redmond WA 98053 425 246 9033 cell bglosten gmail com www riderpilates com Improve body awareness balance function for better riding Beth teaches studio pilates lessons classes riding position lessons Heather Oleson Dressage Deborah Spence Eagle Idaho 503 887 0995 olesonh gmail com www heather oleson com 849 28 Gore Rd Onalaska WA 98570 360 985 7438 360 269 1119 cell cbds tds net Training and instruction from current CDI trainer and competitor Developed numerous successful FEI horses from youngsters Beginners through Grand Prix all levels and breeds welcome Also available for clinics USEF R Dressage judge Available for private instruction training clinics Kathy Casey Dressage Jana Steffen Dressage kathycaseydressage gmail com Whistle Star Farm 11871 S Riggs Damm Rd Canby Ore 97013 971 506 7786 Instructor clinician small r judge trainer thru Grand Prix Level Many state regional championships Successfully bringing young riders adult amateurs up thru the levels Julie Ronning Dressage Newberg OR Julie 406 531 6443 juleskr3 gmail com See us on Facebook Julie Ronning Dressage Kind and correct Dressage training focusing on happy horses and progression Four years assisting Sabine Schut Kery in CA has given her extensive experience with young horses troubled horses stallions a wide variety of breeds and training all levels of horses and riders Clinics and sales Jana Steffen Riders Edge Farm Redmond WA 206 920 2902 janastef yahoo com www jsteffendressage com Current openings available at Riders Edge Farm for boarding full or partial training private lessons Classical dressage instruction training offered with an emphasis on relaxation suppling exercises Improve your communication partnership with your horse Sonja Vracko S Judge Dressage Clinician Trainer 425 417 3222 View Ridge Farm 14050 18th NE Woodinville WA 98072 sonjavracko msn com www sonjavracko com S JUDGE DRESSAGE CLINICIAN TRAINER BEGINNERS THROUGH GRAND PRIX Sally Collins Your Facility Specializing in hunters jumpers equitation Available for private coaching at home or on the road Single or multi day clinic dates available Only 170 per year Call 503 317 4957 or email mail flyingchanges com Your Address Your Contact Information 27311 56th Ave NW Stanwood WA 98292 360 708 9992 scollins collinswoodfarm com LOGO USEF r Licensed Judge 103 www FlyingChanges com March 2018

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TRAINER DIRECTORY California Diamond Mountain Stables 1296 Diamond Mtn Rd Calistoga CA 9420719 Macella O Neill 707 942 0719 macellaoneill gmail com DMS Diamond Mountain Stables is an elite hunter jumper facility in idyllic Calistoga in the Napa Valley founded in 1983 Macella O Neill and Charlie White specialize in the development of young horses and can be found campaigning their open horses through the World Cup level Their students achieve success in all rings from the hunter ring through the grand prixs Macella and Charlie continue to be known for their deep love of horses and their uncanny ability to develop both horse and rider Hunter Bay Farm Portola Valley Training Center 100 Ansel Lane Menlo Park CA 94028 949 683 2907 missy hunterbayfarm com www hunterbayfarm com Owner Head Trainer Missy Froley Inspired by Tradition We respect riders aspiration the needs of our horses and the precision of our sport Grounded in the technique of riders before us we embrace and help shape the riding of today www hunterbayfarm com www diamond mountain stables com Sandhaven Farm At Portola Farms in Woodside CA Joie Gatlin Morley Abey Show Jumping Rachel Fields 650 400 6836 rachel sandhavenfarm com Jeff Fields 415 497 4729 jeff sandhavenfarm com 31878 Del Obispo 118 PMB 313 San Juan Capistrano CA 92675 Barn Cell 949 443 9452 Joie Gatlin Cell 949 412 7654 Email joie joiegatlin com Morley Abey Cell 949 306 2779 Email morley joiegatlin com As trainers we aim to train and teach our students to be competitive at the top levels of show jumping competition we also find it essential to instill and nurture a genuine love and respect for our horses and the sport of show jumping At Sandhaven success is measured by so much more than a blue ribbon Led by trainers and top level competitors Rachel and Jeff Fields the team places special focus on the processes and techniques for riders and horses to achieve their personal potential while enjoying the ride Hunters Jumpers Equitation Lesson Program Sales Rachel and Jeff Fields Head Trainers Lesson Program Kimberly Carpenter www sandhavenfarm com Sonoma Valley Stables 1075 Jacobsen Lane Petaluma CA 707 769 0180 Barn Ned and Hope Glynn McFarm P O Box 555 Pescadero California 94060 Kelly Sheila McKnight 347 762 3353 info mcfarm com We offer full service training and care for sport horses as well as retirement services for older horses Our emphasis is on young jumpers and equine guided education We offer coaching clinics layovers retreats and vacation rentals including a place for your horses Ned Hope Glynn blend their love for horses talent for riding and gift of teaching to create the ideal place for horse and rider They teach all levels of riders from the walk trot ring to the grand prix ring Their focus is preparing horse and rider for the show circuit while emphasizing sportsmanship and horsemanship With the help of Assistant Trainer Tracy Mirabelli Assistant Trainer Heather Roades and grand prix rider Amber Levine there are always people working with you and your horses at home if you can t be at the shows www sonomavalleystables com www mcfarm com Page 104 www TheCompetitiveEquestrian com March April 2018

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EQUESTRIAN SERVICES DIRECTORY ARENAS AND EQUINE BUILDINGS farm barn Linda Royer 503 789 5650 14432 Livesay Rd Oregon City OR 97045 Linda farmplusbarn com www farmplusbarn com Design of sites structures for horses people ALU Jumps USA 933W Potrero Road Thousand Oaks CA 91361 Arena Rehab Specialists Rick Triplett Sultan WA 98294 425 923 7909 www Arena Rehab com Improvements Plus Inc IMPROPI 085 J3 Experts in riding arena renovation construction with decades of experience in the Pacific NW climate Sales of the finest footing additives indoor dust control that REALLY WORKS Consultation services We offer services with your horses in mind by a lifelong horseman Barn Pros Equestrian Facilities Nationwide 14567 169th Drive SE Monroe WA 98272 barns barnpros com 866 844 2276 www barnpros com Pre Engineered Traditional Wood Barns Equestrian Facilities Timber Frame Barn Homes Barn Shops and Recreational buildings Shipped to your site nationwide Quality Riding Arena Bases Surfaces Efficient Arena Inc Mark Rowley Canby OR 97013 503 266 1563 CCB 155808 efficientarena com Expert installation of indoor outdoor arena bases footings in the Pacific Northwest All weather laser graded full construction or repairs The experience of over 385 arenas with corresponding references Exclusive distributor of Equiloft rubber fiber mixtures sands organics fibers felts Equine Facility Design Matt Johnson Architect 107 SE Washington St Ste 265 Portland OR 97214 503 650 1663 office equinefacilitydesign com equinefacilitydesign com Building design site planning planning approvals for large small scale equestrian facilities private homes barns acreage boarding training breeding facilities Page 106 Stacey Sikorski 425 501 5997 eqclippingservices gmail com 20 years professional experience clipping horses for show work Reasonable rates references available Western Washington beyond Call or e mail for appointment EQUINE SALES LEASE AGENTS 800 287 1738 www ALUJumpsUSA com Affordable Virtually Indestructible Lightweight but sturdy Weather Resistant Easy to Handle and Carry Customization available The ALU Jumps collection offers something for every taste from simple white to vibrant colors with many different designs ideal for training as well as competition CLIPPING Los Angeles CA 909 260 0094 Wellington FL 888 247 8169 www valuefoams com sales valuefoams com We offer affordable lightweight 30 lb 4 x 6 interlocking cushioned and waterproof stable mats for a more comfortable and healthier stable floor matting as oppose to hard and heavy to move rubber mats Reduces use of shavings aids against hock sores reduces stocking and encourages rest and lying down Our comfortable Performatz mats are also ideal for injured horses older horse with hoof joint arthritic issues equine hospitals clinics on concrete floors trailers and equine aircraft transportation With Performatz your special horse will be comfortable healthier and happier Performatz is a product of Value Foam Inc a Southern California based medical and veterinary orthotic foam company Rubber Granulators Inc Rubber Arena Footing Marysville WA 98271 360 658 7754 360 653 6430 fax www rubbergranulators com We produce ground rubber for athletic surfaces arena footing 1 2 granules 225 ton 1 4 granules 300 ton Call for more info or plant specials BREEDERS BREEDING SERVICES Storybook Horse Farm John Hartley Alexis Atchinson 5852 Scotts Valley Road Yoncalla OR 97499 Owners operators 541 849 2251 Breeders of outstanding Canadians Warmbloods Sporthorses for eventing jumping and dressage Bred for quality raised for performance www storybookhorsefarm com www facebook com storybookhorsefarm Select Sales Biglow Farms 23303 Buena Vista Road Clements CA 95227 425 681 9571 joanselectsales gmail com www selectsales com Founded in 2003 by Joan Curtin a professional horsewoman with more than forty years of experience in the hunter jumper industry Proven record of success training horses riders for the most competitive hunter jumper competitions in the country High quality competition horses offered in peak condition to the serious rider FITNESS TRAINING Chalice Fitness 9390 Orchard Ave SE Port Orchard WA 98367 chalicefitness gmail com www chalicefitness com Why Equestrian Fitness Feel stronger and more balanced in the saddle Safety is key If you are strong you can be safe Be a better partner to your horse We require them to be athletes in their sport We should return the favor Look GREAT in those white breeches Feel empowered and self confident Love the skin your in GRAPHICS WEB DESIGN MARKETING Branding Websites SEO Social Media Coaching Specializing in equine business marketing Visit our portfolio to see the work we ve done for people you know www EquineMarketing guru 1st Hour Consultation FREE Call us Back o Beyond Farm Maggi Clark B H S A I Foaling Service 360 435 0473 21521 Jordan Rd Arlington WA 98223 Equine Nursery and Maternity Center Unwed Mares Welcome Services Directory March April 2018

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EQUESTRIAN SERVICES DIRECTORY HAY AND FEED SUPPLY MANAGEMENT Charles White Hay Broker USDA Reporter Wholesale 707 396 7989 Retail 707 396 7988 charleswhitehay gmail com Alfalfa Alfalfa Grass Orchard Grass Meadow Timothy Grain Straw Purina Feed HORSE CAMPS Herrold Stables Farm 32900 SW Wohler St Hillsboro OR 97123 971 235 4529 call text www HerroldStables com FUN HORSE CAMP Spring Summer 2016 Horsemanship Equitation jumping trail driving Crafts Horse Painting ages 4 16 Camp divided by ability Experienced school horse provided See website to sign up INSURANCE Kathryn A Hall PC Kathryn A Hall Attorney at Law PO Box 771 Hillsboro OR 97123 971 404 5296 khall pnwequinelaw com www pnwequinelaw com A full service equine law firm licensed to practice in Oregon Washington Horse sales leases breeding Boarding training riding instruction Risk assessment management Ownership registration Business entity formation governance taxation employment Veterinary malpractice negligence Liability for horse injuries Debt collection creditors rights Litigation appeals USEF USHJA USDF OHJA member QUALITY CONSISTENCY VARIETY PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO Union Mills Feed 14822 S Union Mills Rd Mulino OR 97042 503 829 2386 umfeed molalla net www unionmillsfeed com English Western Tack Horse supplements supplies Western Gift items Custom feed made daily Friendly service custom orders In business since 1877 Excellence in Equine Insurance Est 1982 It s your way of life It s our business to protect it Mortality l Medical l Surgical l Colic Equine Liability l Care Custody Control BLUE BRIDLE INSURANCE AGENCY INC 800 526 1711 l 908 735 6362 For more info visit www bluebridle com EMO Agency Inc 400 Rosedale Court Warrenton VA 20186 1 800 347 3552 home office 540 347 5906 fax Daran Lockhart Agent 541 513 4776 www RideEMO com Insurance services for equine equine farm liability related products Red Pony Insurance Services Inc Premium Eastern Oregon Hay Delivered to Your Barn Year round delivery Test results for every cutting Volume discounts Call for prices and availability Maricle Land Livestock Frank Maricle 541 280 1054 Ecological Agricultural Consulting Claudia S Ingham PhD Salem OR 97306 503 341 0743 Eco Ag Consultation gmail com EquineEssentialsOregon com Pasture management for equestrian and small farms seeking to maintain animal health forage quality site stability Meet your farm goals with Claudia s comprehensive and practical approach developed through her knowledge as ARIA certified riding instructor and published ecologist March April 2018 Eve Willett Equine Insurance Specialist 1802 Black Lake Blvd SW 202 Olympia WA 98512 360 915 9574 fax 360 867 8834 ew redponyinsurance com Expertise Honesty Put Eve s 30 years experience to work for you LEGAL Equine Legal Solutions PC 24150 S Highland Crest Dr Beavercreek OR 97004 Toll free 866 385 2972 www equinelegalsolutions com A full service equine law firm licensed to practice in Oregon Washington California New York See our website for a wide variety of equine legal forms Leone Equestrian Law Jessica Choper and Armand Leone JR MD PC 175 Rock Road Glen Rock NJ 07452 201 444 6444 www equestriancounsel com armand equestriancounsel com Leone Equestrian Law LLC provides legal services and consultation for equestrian professionals ranging from riders and trainers to owners and show managers in the FEI disciplines on a wide variety of issues Services Directory Jana Peterson Photography Vancouver WA 310 804 4848 info janaphotography com www janapetersonphotography com Turning your memories into art Equine Human Photography Fine Art Mary Cornelius Photography Serving the Pacific NW beyond since 1980 Based in Portland OR 503 936 4503 mary marycornelius com www marycornelius com All things Equestrian Sport portraiture promotion equestrian product Fine Art Imager Select competitive events Movement conformation specialist Photo Sessions at your location Accredited international photojournalist Kristin Lee Photography specializes in equine sports action and portraiture She captures the beauty and soul of you and your horse in a timeless image you ll treasure forever Contact 805 428 3356 kristin kristinleephotography com REAL ESTATE Thoroughbred Real Estate Group Ryann Reinhofer 16365 Boones Ferry Rd Lake Oswego 97035 503 709 2370 ryann thoroughbredREGroup com www thoroughbredREGroup com Assisting all levels of Buyers and Sellers with Equestrian Property Expertise Residential Hobby Farms to Commercial Boarding Facilities and Everything in Between Serving the Portland Metro Areas and Beyond Home is Where the Hooves Are Page 107

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EQUESTRIAN SERVICES DIRECTORY Horsewears Specializing in equestrian farm properties serving North King Snohomish Counties Heidi Pace Davalos heidid johnlscott com 425 870 3334 Nancy Reilly nancyreilly johnlscott com 425 417 0024 Raquel Davalos RaquelD johnlscott com 425 760 8600 25053 S Pike Ave Oregon City OR 97045 www horsewears com 503 632 1550 info horsewears com Horsewears for what your horse wears In continuous business since 1994 Horse blanket laundry repair Pick up delivery minimums apply SADDLE SUPPLIERS AND FITTING Addiken Saddle Fitting LLC Kelsey Nicholls info addikensaddlefitting com 425 954 6559 www addikensaddlefitting com Independent Saddle Fitter trained by the Society of Master Saddlers serving the Pacific NW Specializing in English saddle fitting reflocking and repair services Retailer of Hastilow Kent Masters Fairfax and Thorowgood Saddles Consignments available Albion Saddles Paula Helm www HelmSaddles com 425 457 1105 I believe horse rider can be comfortable in their saddle Let my problem solving skills the full spectrum of Albion s options achieve that for you Kimberly Crouse Tenhulzen Tenhulzen Real Estate Equestrian Estate Property Specialist 206 409 0771 kimberly tenhulzenRE com www tenhulzenrealestate com Providing expertise in everything equestrian from estates to full working facilities KiamaLise Herres Kiama windermere com www EnchantingHomesandFarms com 11000 151st Ave NE Redmond Cell 206 679 5322 Office 425 462 8000 Windermere Stellar Realty Group Inc Casey Franklin 220 A Ave Ste 200 Lake Oswego OR 97034 503 539 7709 cfranklin windermere com www caseyfranklin withwre com LISTING BUYING REFERRALS Buying selling farm residential properties in the greater Portland Willamette Valley areas Providing trusted reliable real estate services for equestrian enthusiasts professionals REPAIRS AND BLANKET CLEANING Barb s Blankets Serving Clark County WA 360 904 3617 360 882 1469 widbarb msn com barbsblankets com Washing repairing waterproofing of horse blankets Serving Clark County WA Free pick up delivery at most barns Quality service reasonable rates Double D Blanket Cleaning Mending Hillsboro OR 503 781 3954 doubledblankets gmail com Pick up drop off at your barn 15 discount for volume orders 12 blankets sheets Fast turn around Page 108 Balanced Equine Saddle Fitting Services LLC Formarly Anderson Equine Saddle Fitting Services 23515 NE Novelty Hill Rd Suite B221 391 Redmond WA 98053 425 954 6559 www balancedequinesaddlefit com Offering the only independent SMS Qualified saddle fitter in the PNW Proud retailer of six brands of quality english made saddles For the love of the horse Custom Saddlery Anja Swenson 208 841 5730 Based in Monroe WA anja mysaddle com www mysaddle com Saddle fitting consultation re flocking tree adjustments billet straps replaced on most brands All work done on site NW rep for Custom Saddlery Dressage Jumping models to test ride Simply the best dressage saddles on the market Steffen Peters Rep for NSC 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practices are unparalleled in the industry TACK AND TACK STORES A Bit Less Consignment 165 NE Greenwood Ave Ste C Bend OR 97701 541 323 3262 Facebook A Bit Less 2 500 sf of gently used tack clothing stable supplies blankets boots saddles horse related gear English Western Kendis Saddlery LLC Amy Kendis 36408 NE Washougal River Rd Washougal WA 98671 Phone fax 360 835 5070 E mail amyk pacifier com Professional saddle fitting by Amy Kendis Complete evaluation measurement explanation of biomechanics of proper fit for horse rider Amy is certified in adjusting saddle trees in the fitting of Flair Air Panels Lemke Saddle Services Inc www LemkeSaddle com SDLsaddle com 925 286 1434 Sheryl Lemke SDL specializes in fitting New Used saddles for all riders horses since 1984 Exams Reflocking Consultation Clinics around the USA Meriwether Saddlery Service John Meriwether 425 785 2001 jmeriwet comcast net Throughout the Northwest Saddle fitting for the health of your horse s back Reflocking Re Structuring your saddle to optimize performance New Jeffries WOW Saddles quality used saddles Services Directory Absolute Horse Inc 2221 NE 3rd St Ste B Bend OR 97701 541 388 3855 www TheAbsoluteHorse com The Absolute Horse has been dedicated to providing English and Western riding equipment apparel gifts and more to Central Oregon horse enthusiasts By providing quality products and friendly expert customer service The Absolute Horse has become Bend s largest equestrian specialty store Check Our Deals of the Week Connect On Facebook TheAbsoluteHorse March April 2018

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EQUESTRIAN SERVICES DIRECTORY Equine Sports Massage Therapy TRANSPORT TRAILERS Jackie Paul certified E S M T 503 631 8457 cell 503 267 1045 jackie arabianvines com www arabianvines com Since 1993 Barn calls clinics shows Ease muscle spasm improve circulation enhance muscle tone boost athletic performance endurance through SPORTS MASSAGE Call today to help your horse achieve maximum potential Gallops Saddlery 17937 SW McEwan Rd TIgard OR 97224 503 639 6347 www facebook com gallops www gallopssaddlery com East Meets West Tack shop specializing in Eventing Hunter Jumper Dressage with experts on site for advice custom saddle fitting UPS shipments daily Hooks Leather and Tack 5605 146th St SW Edmonds WA 98026 425 743 6387 425 772 7665 cell tackmantoo gmail com www chuckhooks com Saddle tack repair hand crafting of leather Twenty two years in the same location All work guaranteed Olson s Tack Shop 2105 140th Ave NE Bellevue WA 98005 1 877 654 9453 www olsonstack com Olson s Tack Shop Saddle Fitting Specialist Courtney Dale has trained with Certified Master Saddlers as well as attended numerous horse anatomy training courses Contact Courtney to learn more about how to alter your existing saddle to better suit your needs or schedule a fitting for a custom saddle from Prestige Pessoa and Beval Visit Olson s Saddle Resource Guide at olsonstack com Acupuncture Chiropractic Audrey Staton DVM 541 683 6373 www eastwestdvm com Certified in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Chiropractic Horsebox for 2 horses Trail Treka from 11 000 Easy to tow with a car Vision special 64 999 New Ford Transit Chassis Large tack changing room Equine Sports Massage Therapy Services NATIONWIDE DELIVERY 541 806 6333 sales LandDTrailers com www LandDTrailers com Rachel Pekala E S M T Portland and Corvallis OR 541 760 3747 Offering experienced multi modality equine massage services in the Portland tri county and Corvallis Eugene areas Serving all breeds and disciplines Find us on Facebook by searching Rachel Pekala ESMT Appointments can be scheduled via call or text Campf Transport Inc Jay Campf PO Box 293 Canby OR 97013 503 329 0412 503 651 1342 Fax campftransport yahoo com Local Long Distance hauling For show and pleasure mares foals Small trailer or semi trailer Heart to Heart Healing Liza Burney J D 503 502 5186 www heart to heart healing com In person remote healing for you your horse Experience the benefits of energy healing Personal appointments support physical as well as mental emotional health for people and horses Clinics classes so you can learn to maintain your horse s health well being reduce stress develop inner peace One to Win Horse Transportation Portland area 888 663 3804 toll free 503 703 7703 cell Give Your Horse the Ultimate Ride Extra care at no extra cost Long distance local shows Priority service on every horse Layovers on long runs Over 20 years experience Referrals available High Point Equine Massage Jennifer Lovell certified LAMP 971 217 8131 www highpointequinewellness com VETERINARY AND EQUINE HEALTH Serving Oregon since 2014 Massage bodywork and exercise plans tailored to your horse s needs whether they are a retired pleasure horse or an actively competing show horse Columbia Equine Hospital 27841 SE Orient Dr Gresham OR 97080 503 663 1515 24 Hrs www columbiaequine com Experienced quality equine are in Portland SW WA We offer a full range of services including lameness evaluation pre purchase exams state of the art diagnostics dentistry surgery acupuncture reproduction preventative care EQUINE DENTISTRY by Richard O Miller DVM OFFICE 949 233 0707 RICHDENT1 GMAIL COM State of the Art Mobile Clinic www richdent com March April 2018 Services Directory Page 109

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EQUESTRIAN SERVICES DIRECTORY Pioneer Veterinary Services P C ADVANCED LAMENESS THERAPIES AND DIAGNOSTICS PRP IRAP STEM CELL THERAPY SHOCK WAVE THERAPY DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY DIGITAL ULTRASONAGRAPHY REHABILITATION 541 689 0205 www deloeste vet Eugene OR horse Pacific Crest Sporthorse Matrix Therapy Products Deborah Powell 503 632 7187 www therapyproducts net info therapyproducts net Matrix Therapy Products is your source for therapy equipment Best Vet Microcurrent for locating soreness and injury recovery Infrasound Qi Gong Massagers VibraVM for COPD Laser LED Light Therapy Thermotex Infrared Blanket and more Courses available for bodyworkers and DIY therapy Free catalogs e mail newsletter sign up upon request Northwest Veterinary Acupuncture Megan Wickersham DVM CVA Mobile Services based out of Battle Ground WA Serving SW Washington NW Oregon 360 666 9501 www nwvetacupuncture com Mobile equine veterinary acupuncture Acupuncture can be used to ease pain promote healing allow your equine athlete perform to the best of its ability or lead a comfortable retirement Oakhurst EQUINE VETERINARY SERVICES Providing Excellence in Diagnostics and Comprehensive Veterinary Care of the Equine Athlete for over 20 Years 18175 NE Hwy 240 Newberg Oregon 97132 503 554 0227 Please visit us at www oakhurstequine com Oregon Equine Inc Janine Wilson DVM CAC 503 631 4100 www orequine com Ambulatory Practice Serving the Greater Portland Tri County Area Dr Wilson offers a personalized experienced approach to diagnosis treatment of your horse Her practice philosophy emphasizes client education treatment options open communication while practicing evidence based lameness medicine chiropractic care As a rider Dr Wilson understands the relationship between you your equine partner welcomes the opportunity to help you with your Page 110 Barb Crabbe DVM Jennifer Posey DVM 15056 S Spangler Rd Oregon City OR 97045 PO Box 526 Beavercreek OR 97004 503 632 6336 www pacificcrestsporthorse com Veterinary 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