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COMPETITIVE EQUESTRIAN March April 2017 Issue 9 THE U S and International Communications from the Hunter Jumper and Dressage Arenas of Your Sport Your Sport Your News Your Business Nayel Nassar Lordan Nationwide Event Reviews Galleries Photograph Alden Corrigan Media Trainer Services Directory

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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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The Competitive Equestrian March April 2017 FLYING CHANGES March 2017 Vol XXIIV No 3 CONTENTS Contessina della Caccia s McLain Ward USA big caulks Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media Show News Features Articles 22 36 40 48 14 US Equestrian Discover the Joy of Horse Sports Together 28 Christen Tuxworth Rider Profile Instills Versatility in her Horses 32 It s a Three Peat for Boyd Martin 100 000 Land Rover Wellington Eventing Showcase 2017 44 The Truck at the End of a Rainbow Community Connection and Care 50 Macella O Neill Mid Circuit Reflections 54 Teff as a viable forage source for horses 56 Morgan Thomas On the Right Track 72 Ride to the Max One Woman s Journey to the Grand Prix 74 Simple Steps to Avoiding Unnecessary Doping Charges Avoiding the Foreseeable 76 Dressage Training Pyramid Part II Impulsion Straightness Collection 60 60 PALM BEACH MASTERS WINTER EQUESTRIAN FESTIVAL GLOBAL DRESSAGE FESTIVAL FEI WORLD CUP FINALS OMAHA 2017 DEL MAR NATIONAL BLENHEIM EQUISPORTS 2017 Service Section 92 96 106 111 CALENDAR TRAINER DIRECTORY SERVICES DIRECTORY ADVERTISERS Club News 80 EQUESTRIANS INSTITUTE 82 OREGON DRESSAGE SOCIETY 86 OREGON HUNTER JUMPER ASSOCIATION 84 OREGON REGION U S PONY CLUB 88 WOODBROOK HUNT CLUB 87 WASHINGTON STATE HUNTER JUMPER ASSOCIATION 90 U S EVENTING ASSOCIATION AREA VII Contributing Writers CORIE TOWNSEND NATALIE SHAW MACELLA O NEILL JACKIE MCFARLAND DANIELLE BALLARD ARIEL WEISMAN BARBARA PINNELLA LORRAINE BLAKE LAUREN FISHER SARA COOK KIM BEAUDOIN LINDSAY BROCK EMILY RIDEN JENNIFER WOOD MEDIA INC PHELPS MEDIA GROUP CLASSIC COMMUNICATIONS LEONE EQUESTRIAN LAW Contributing Photographers ALDEN CORRIGAN MEDIA MARY CORNELIOUS DEB DAWSON JULIE WARD ESI PHOTOGRAPHY Publisher Flying Changes The Competitive Equestrian Silver Oaks Marketing LLC Equestrian Communications USA LLC Editor TheCompetitiveEquestrian com Mail FlyingChanges com 2017 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 Your Sport Your News Your Business March 2017

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NEWS Reviews Ashlee Bond Wins the 100 000 Longines FEI World Cup Qualifier in Thermal Thermal CA February 12 2017 The sun shined bright above the desert sky at HITS Desert Horse Park as the crowd gathered to watch the 100 000 Longines FEI World Cup Qualifier on Saturday February 11 The competition served as the grand finale of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Thermal event during week IV of the HITS Coachella Desert Circuit An impressive lineup of horses and riders from around the globe gathered to jump for the final West Coast qualifying opportunity and a 100 000 prize purse As the last stop for qualifiers on the West Coast commenced riders were hungry for the opportunity to qualify for the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final to be held in Omaha Nebraska on March 29 April 2 Whether buying or selling Tenhulzen Real Estate is here for you It takes an understanding of the dynamics of a specialty horse property That s why I d like to share my real estate equestrian and training background for finding the perfect fit By discussing property values selling points and preparing your home for sale we ll see a shorter time on the market greater value and best of all a seamless experience Space reserved for something Ashlee Bond and Chela LS on their way to a 100 000 Longines FEI World Cup Qualifier win ESI PHOTOGRAPHY USA equestrian Ashlee Bond would go home with the coveted velvet blue Longines sash and a beautiful Longines watch as the winner of Saturday s competition Perhaps the most important sentiment to Bond though was the meaning behind the win with her trusted partner Chela LS owned by Little Valley Farms I m very overwhelmed and extremely grateful for everyone who s made the win today possible I was not expecting to walk away the winner of this class said Bond It s been a long road with my horse Chela we almost lost her and we re so thankful to have her let alone have her sound again and competing and winning at this level It s amazing just being in this field and coming back after having a baby four months ago as well I m just very happy n understanding of the dynamics of a specialty horse That s why I d like to share my real estate equestrian ing background to finding the perfect fit By discussTwo of the top four finishers will be paying a erty values selling points and preparing your home visit to the FEI World Cup Jumping Finals in we ll see a shorter time on the market greater value Omaha second place finisher Audrey Coulter It takes t of all a seamless experience Whether or an understanding of the dynamics of a specialty horse ther buying and fourth place Karl Cook Third place went property That s why I d like to share my real estate equestrian enhulzen Real Estate is here for you to Lane Clarke an Australian equestrian The and training background to finding the perfect fit By discusstop three finishers are veterans to HITS shows ing property values selling points and preparing your home and returned to the place they have all once for sale we ll see a shorter time on the market greater value called home throughout their riding careers and best of all a seamless experience Whether ther buying or selling Tenhulzen Real Estate is here for you It s an amazing group I m sitting up here For more information with today said HITS President and CEO please contact Tom Struzzieri at the post competition press Kimberly Crouse Tenhulzen conference I m very happy to see all of these 206 409 0771 riders Lane Ashlee and Audrey at this table Kimberly TenhulzenRE com We ve watched Ashlee ride since the ponies For more information www tenhulzenrealestate com so to see her winning a class like this means a please contact lot to the HITS Team we consider her family Kimberly Crouse Tenhulzen We re lucky enough to have Longines here as 206 409 0771 the sponsor and the best sponsor in horse Tenhulzen Real Estate 11000 151st Avenue NE Redmond WA 98052 4 Kimberly TenhulzenRE com www tenhulzenrealestate com Your Sport Your News Your Business Continued page 6 March 2017

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NEWS Reviews sports unquestionably They ve supported our HITS Horse Shows and we re looking forward to having Longines back for another World Cup Qualifier next year Brazilian course designer Marina Azevedo set a course that created excitement for spectators in the stands and challenged the skill of each horse and rider The course of 16 jumping efforts which would ultimately separate four riders from the talented field for the jump off It s challenging to build a course for a World Cup qualifying class said Azevedo I try to be fair in my courses but I like when the riders walk away having learned a little bit after they ve jump my course I built a challenging course in the Welcome Stake because we have to prepare the horses and riders to arrive for the finale competition at the top level Bond put in a very impressive ride in the competition going first in the first round as well as first to return to contest the jump off course The jump off consisted of eight fences and was winding and technical including a bending line to an oxer that caught up a few of the challengers but Bond and Chela LS remained resilient I don t feel as though I m really there yet after my break having a child to really lay it down in a jump off said Bond My plan was really just to put it a clear ride and go decently fast Everything has been a building road so I m getting my feet wet again I definitely feel lucky to walk home with this win Following Bond was Australian rider Lane Clarke riding Balu U After a second place finish in the 36 500 Desert Welcome Stake to begin the event on Thursday Clarke returned to the Grand Prix Ring to once again capture a prestigious top five finish this time in third place 503 663 1515 www ColumbiaEquine com Columbia Equine Hospital Technology Experience Compassion Ask us about our full service Podiatry Center we are now offering Metron Imaging Services 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 best in lameness and medicine diagnostics Clarke and Balu U owned by Georgy Maskrey Segesman powered through the course ultimately picking up eight faults in 40 10 I am really glad to have a place to show in California that is not flooded out right now the weather is great and it s why we show here at HITS Coachella at this time of year said Clarke As far as my horse Balu U he s a great horse I wanted to work on his jump off pace coming back in I ve only recently started going quick with him and only shown in a few 1 60 classes I try to focus more on the quality of the jump off as opposed to the end result Next to challenge the abbreviated course was Karl Cook also from the USA Cook rode Tembla owned by Signe Ostby to an eight fault ride in 41 05 They looked to go clear until a mid course vertical and the final fence foiled their shot at the lead They would settle for the fourth place title but would walk away with a qualifying ticket to the FEI World Cup Finals The final contestant was Audrey Coulter and Alex owned by Copernicus Stables LLC They took each fence by storm until a difficult take off distance cost them a rail They would finish the course strong in 45 29 My horse Alex is amazing and so dependable said Coulter I can bring him anywhere and he always tries his heart out and wants to win He really tried out there in today s class and I m very lucky to have a horse like him Scott W Hansen DVM Megan Rioux Forker DVM CVA Greg Schmid DVM 6 David Klugh DVM FAVD The exciting FEI World Cup Finals will commence on U S soil in Omaha Nebraska March 29 April 2 Who will lay claim to the champion title Only time will tell Your Sport Your News Your Business March 2017

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O 3 Minute Tip of the Month The Small Intestine Meredith Kahn MS The small intestine has a relatively small capacity and as such feedstuffs move rapidly through this part of the system Feeds that are high in quality and calories rely mainly on the small intestine for digestion and absorption For example non soluble carbohydrate grains are ideally digested in the small intestine as they are treated completely different when they reach the large intestine Protein can be broken down in the large intestine but is not absorbed at this part of the digestive tract Therefore when adding these kinds of feedstuffs to the diet we need to be aware of how the small intestine works so that we can choose a realistic diet that does not overwhelm our horse s system The small intestine can be divided into three main sections moving from the stomach to the large intestine the duodenum the jejunum and the ileum Digestion takes place via two different mechanisms depending on the type of feedstuff being digested Enzymes from the pancreas and the brush border work to catalyze reactions or break down large carbohydrate and protein molecules into smaller absorbable ones Bile is secreted directly from the liver and works by emulsifying large fat globules While the horse s system is designed to digest and absorb structural carbohydrate the digestive mechanisms in the small intestine cannot touch any fibrous feedstuffs Grain and grass are both large carbohydrate molecules composed of long chains of glucose molecules So why can grain be broken down in the small intestine and grass passes through untouched The individual glucose molecules that comprise a structural carbohydrate molecule and a non structural carbohydrate molecule are bonded together differently The digestive mechanisms in the small intestine can break the bonds between glucose molecules in non structural carbohydrate but are unable to do so for structural carbohydrate Therefore although these two molecule types of may seem very similar the way in which they are digested is completely different FYI Fat is ideally digested and absorbed in the small intestine Fat digestion is different than carbohydrate and protein digestion as you might suspect because fat is generally hydrophobic or water hating So how does this work with the digestive tract being an aqueous environment In short bile works to break up large fat globules into smaller more manageable droplets that are broken down and arranged into a spherical molecule called a micelle Micelles are then absorbed into the epithelial cell layer that lines the digestive tract where further digestive processes take place Fat is ultimately moved out of the cell into the lacteal system where it intercepts with general circulation and transportation to the liver Questions kathleen o3animalhealth com 8 Your Sport Your News Your Business March 2017

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vital to its vision to bring the joy of horse sports to as many people as possible The overall idea is to grow equestrian sport and membership for all breeds and disciplines Discover the Joy of Horse Sports TOGETHER There was change in the air this year at the US Equestrian Federation s USEF annual meeting which took place in Lexington Ky January 11 14 As part of the sweeping strategic plan that USEF President Murray Kessler presented to the membership on January 11 the 100 yearold National Governing Body for equestrian sport now has a new look including a new consumer facing brand US Equestrian But the makeover is more than skin deep Kessler unveiled an organization that is more agile and strongly focused on members and affiliate organizations needs with an inclusive spirit that is 14 The potential for growth as Kessler pointed out is enormous the U S horse industry involves 4 6 million Americans overall including 1 9 million horse owners with 2 7 million show horses But only 4 of those 1 9 million horse owners are US Equestrian members most of those members are competing members Reaching out to non competing equestrians and creating more fan engagement including a new 25 US Equestrian fan membership that allows access to live streaming and on demand video from USEF Network among other benefits are two strategies Kessler outlined And thanks in part to a new agreement giving 20 000 Pony Club members and scholastic intercollegiate association members free one year US Equestrian fan membership the organization s membership is above 100 000 for the first time One of the most important keys to growth is closer collaboration with affiliate organizations like the United States Hunter Jumper Association United States Dressage Federation and others Kessler pointed out In its research over the last year US Equestrian found that about 57 000 of its affiliates 140 000 combined members had not joined the organization Kessler noted that US Equestrian is committed to providing more value to affiliate organizations and their members through a variety of efforts Among those initiatives is an online Learning Center that is part of the new US Equestrian website at www USequestrian org The revamped website went live in January with 35 Learning Center videos and supplemental resources The Learning Center s current menu includes everything from breed and discipline overviews to introductory how to videos designed to help newcomers get involved in horse sports to more advanced topics of interest like microchipping and expert horse care and training tips Those educational offerings will continue to expand providing more opportunities for affiliates to educate newcomers about their www TheCompetitiveEquestrian com March April 2017

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sports and pick up new members a link to the relevant affiliate organization will accompany discipline or breed specific Learning Center material for example Affiliate breeds and sports also will appear in the new look US Equestrian magazine and the US Equestrian Weekly digital newsletter The editorial focus for both will be on education inclusion and the celebration of variety in horse sports and breeds Murray Kessler US Equestrian also has launched a new ad campaign Discover the Joy of Horse Sports which showcases the organization s 29 recognized breeds and disciplines while spotlighting the horsehuman bond all equestrians share The campaign celebrates the emotional lift diversity and benefits of equestrian sports like selfesteem leadership and community to help grow participation in those sports through US Equestrian and its affiliates It s a complete makeover of the USEF with the Learning Center and clinics and a new website and process improvements a new membership category and a new advertising campaign rolling membership and more meaningful benefits and later in the year we ll have apps And all of that s got to turn around and deliver a measurable increase in revenue members more equestrian events on television growing prize money more sponsorship and more volunteer engagement We re going to be tough on ourselves and measure them Kessler noted that USEF also is streamlining its procedures and committee structure It is implementing changes that will help everyone from affiliates to competition organizers These include reducing the number of FEI committees addressing affiliates concerns over a shortage of licensed officials bringing back a printed Rule Book providing more educational opportunities for members licensed officials and USEF staff making the hearing process more transparent and less adversarial working to make access to USEF competitions more affordable for more participants and making it easier for competition organizers to navigate USEF systems and rules To learn more or to join US Equestrian please visit www USequestrian org March April 2017 Discover the Joy of Horse Sports with US Equestrian Watch the Video at www USequestrian org www USequestrian org 15

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NAYEL NASSAR and LORDAN CAPTURES 216 000 LONGINES FEI WORLD CUP JUMPING WELLINGTON CSI3 W AT CP PALM BEACH MASTERS BY ARIEL WEISMAN Photography ALDEN CORRIGAN MEDIA A n exciting weekend at the CP Palm Beach Masters CSI3 W concluded on Sunday by challenging 40 of the world s top riders in the grand finale the 216 000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Wellington CSI3 W presented by SOVARO At just 26 years old Egypt s Nayel Nassar bested the field of international veterans to run away with the win aboard his longtime partner Lordan Honestly it doesn t get much better than this Nasser said I didn t expect to win being my first show of the year but Lordan is such an incredible trier and I know him like the back of my hand at this point In the jump off I just let it rip and he answered the questions He s such an incredible partner I ve had him for so long that I just feel blessed any time I get to go into the ring with him Only 10 of 40 horse and rider combinations successfully navigated Alan Wade and Nigel Jess first round track which was set at 1 60m in height to advance to the jump off where Nasser earned the win with a blazing fast time of 38 15 seconds Wade said of his course on Sunday I thought it was great sport this afternoon The material and the ground that I had to work with allowed me to create something great I think today we saw thrills and spills we saw excitement and we saw the skill of the athletes and top horses That s why I love show jumping so much I thought the course was tough Nassar said When I walked it I thought it was quite difficult It was not so great for my horse because there were not too many places where I could add a stride I just caught a nice distance to the triple bar I didn t want to get hands y early on in the course just like Laura Kraut has taught me I just rode up to the first couple of lines and then had him in a rhythm and set him on his hind end for the rest of the way He was amazing Finishing in second after the difficult jump off was Nassar s former teacher the USA s Laura Kraut and Zeremonie owned by Old Willow Farms LLC Kraut who trained Nassar back in 2012 finished hot on her former student s heels with her time of 39 92 seconds I really tried to catch Nayel Kraut laughed I even got to see him go and I couldn t beat him I think he is one of the most talented young riders to come along in a while It s no surprise he s sitting where he is Kraut continued Thank you to the Jacobs for giving this opportunity to us to jump on the best footing in the world We jump in Spain and in Italy on some fantastic surfaces and this is no different Alan Wade I couldn t believe the way Nayel Nassar EGY Lordan 22 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March April 2017

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the courses were built and when you rode in you hardly saw a hoofprint It was just miraculous how well it jumped Sergio Alvarez Moya of Spain rode his own Arrayan across the wire in a time of 39 95 seconds settling for the third place spot after Nassar followed immediately in the order to steal his lead I was very happy with the way my horse jumped Moya said I want to congratulate my buddies here they did a great job It s my first time here and it s a pleasure for me to do so well in this beautiful ring Rounding out the remainder of the top five after the jump off were Adrienne Sternlicht and Cristalline owned by Starlight Farms 1 LLC The duo delivered the first double clear round of the day eventually finishing strongly in fourth place with a time of 41 64 seconds Wilton Porter and Sleepy P Ranch LLC s Caletto Cabana turned in the final double clear effort of the afternoon completing the course in 44 89 seconds to secure the fifth place spot Laura Kraut USA Zeremonie A total of 14 athletes from the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping North American League will qualify for the 2017 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Finals which will take place this year in North America on March 29 April 2 at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha Nebraska The top seven athletes from the East Coast sub league and top three from the West Coast sub league and the two best placed athletes from Canada and Mexico will qualify for the final alongside winners from 14 other leagues around the world Sergio Alvarez Moya ESP Arrayan Following Sunday s CSI3 W grand prix at the Palm Beach Masters Kraut currently sits in second in the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping North American Eastern Sub League while Nassar sits in the number one spot in the North American Western Sub League To conclude this year s CP Palm Beach Masters co founder Louis Jacobs along with siblings Charlie Jacobs and Katie JacobsRobinson delivered a few remarks From my perspective it was just a terrific weekend Lou said We ve got 1 000 little things that we want to improve upon for next year we re very much a work in progress We re delighted to be able to host a World Cup qualifier We thought this was an opportunity to give back to the sport that s given us so many great times over the years The family has rallied behind the event and we re really delighted with where we are today Katie added It has been a labor of love for us as a family We re so proud of the event that we put on Really an event like this doesn t happen without the support of our sponsors and most importantly the competitors They did such a great job today It was a fantastic class Co founder of the Palm Beach Masters Charlie Jacobs USA Cassinja S March April 2017 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS 23

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In addition Sunday s winner Nassar was also the lucky recipient of a custom exclusive Gold Edition horizontal tack trunk complete with beautiful exterior Palm Beach Masters graphics courtesy of Top Jock Tack Boxes and founder Joe Moran Nasser also took home a SOVARO cooler and a custom pair of spurs and stirrups from ColorTack During the opening ceremonies of Sunday s main event in the Hollow Brook Wealth Management Grand Prix Field at the CP Palm Beach Masters Mavis Spencer was awarded the M Michael Meller Style Award Perpetual Trophy During its inaugural year at the CP Wellington Masters in 2016 the award was presented to the late Andres Rodriguez of Venezuela Rodriguez fondly known as Chepito passed away in a tragic car accident in January 2016 The 2015 individual silver medalist from the Pan American Games was a true supporter of equestrian sport and embodied this award He loved show jumping and all that knew him felt his enthusiasm A team player he was fun loving and always supportive with his competitors The M Michael Meller Style Award Perpetual Trophy will continue to be presented each year in honor of Rodriguez to a rider that exemplifies his style and sportsmanship so that Chepito s memory can live on in the sport The 2017 CP Palm Beach Masters presented by SOVARO has received rave reviews and the Jacobs family looks forward to hosting top athletes again at their facility for the 2018 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Wellington CSI3 W Adrienne Sternlight Cristalline Wilton Porter USA Caletto Cabana Mavis Spencer winner of the Style of Riding Award Presented by M Michael Meller 24 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March April 2017

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2 1 Gallery Photo Credit ALDEN CORRIGAN MEDIA 1 Co winners of the 2017 Palm Beach Masters Longines FEI World Cup Qualifier presented by Sovaro Ian Millar CAN Beezie Madden USA 2 George Morris Hunter Holloway 3 Super Groom Clark Shipley with Beezie Madden s Breitling LS USA 4 Lee McKeever Rothchild USA 5 Cluinary talent Chef Masaharu Morimoto preparing sushi 6 The spectacular Deeridge Farms property makes for happy horses and riders 7 McLain Ward Quinta 106 USA 8 Fancy footwear 9 Lauren Tisbo USA Mr Visto sans bridle 10 Meredith Michaels Beerbaum GER Comanche 3 5 4 6 7 9 10 8

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IF IT ISN T GOOD ENOUGH FOR OUR HORSES WE WOULDN T RECOMMEND IT FOR YOURS At Triple Crown we believe in being honest about our horse feed That s why we use only the finest ingredients ingredients capable of bringing out the best in your horse And now we can prove it Take advantage of Triple Crown s nutrient comparison tool and see how your feed stacks up to the competition VISIT TRIPLECROWNFEED COM COMPARE TO DISCOVER THE NUTRITIONAL TRUTH March April 2017 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS 27

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Christen Tuxworth Instills Versatility in her Horses Amateur Rider Profile By Barbara Pinnella Christen Tuxworth and Santiano A mateur rider Christen Tuxworth lives in beautiful Colorado Springs and for the past six or seven years has been riding with Laurie Jueneman of Snowfield Farm As they have in the past Snowfield Farm made the drive from Colorado to Thermal this year for the first two weeks of the HITS Coachella circuit Making the trip proved to be a great decision for Christen The first week she and her lovely seven year old Santiano or Sunny as he is known in the barn garnered the Championship in the Desert Adult Hunter 2 9 division and were Reserve the following week That was a great accomplishment particularly when you consider she has only had Santiano since October and rode very little before heading for Thermal I bought him from Gavin Moylan Christen told us Unfortunately he got to Colorado in minus temperatures with snow falling everywhere He had just come from Tyron and the poor little guy was shell shocked with the freezing cold weather so I wasn t sure what I was going to have when we got to Thermal But he got there and he was such a good boy so it was a matter of just getting to learn about him a little bit I hadn t done much showing in the last two years but he was great He s kind of a workmanlike guy in the show ring I stayed in the 2 9 division because I really hadn t gotten to ride him very much and hardly any courses so I just wanted both of us to have a good experience Christen has always been curious about the breeding of those horses that are successful She has always had young horses coming up so looks for those winning bloodlines She also loves 28 to just sit at the shows and watch whether it is the show ring itself or watching other trainers schooling their horses and clients I am a very hands on amateur and I am used to taking care of my horses 24 7 doing all the grooming all the trailering and doing a lot of the training myself I like a versatile horse that likes to do lots of different things and they must be amateur proof They have to jump in the trailer with one person by themselves do a little dressage a little bit of hunters and a lot of trail rides Horses aren t a machine to me it s a partnership and a bond You can t get that from just riding around in the ring The trail rides are very relaxing for me and there are so many beautiful places to ride here But Christen s hands on attitude had to change a bit when she and her husband made the decision to make a move I had my own farm for 17 years But my husband and I decided that it had been a lot of work for all those years and he wanted to move back into town and I understood that So I moved the horses I had up to Laurie s we sold our little farmette and bought a place in town And the transition had been a bit hard for me Christen admitted going from my own place to a boarding facility Laurie does encourage the trail rides or we will haul out to another place to ride but I don t get to do it as much as I used to Christen is looking forward to the summer shows back home in Colorado with Santiano and moving him up the ladder along the way We wish Christen and her darling horse good luck YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March April 2017

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NEWS Reviews By Fred LIVING Located a mile from the Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club and 15 minutes from Intel The property stretching over nearly 30 acres makes for a wonderful equestrian family home The main 4 737 sq ft 4 bedroom 3 1 2 bathroom home is a craftsman style residence with stunning valley views and room for entertaining CASEY FRANKLIN Real Estate Broker 503 539 7709 cfranklin windermere com 220 A Ave Suite 200 Lake Oswego OR 97034 2 995 000 RIDING Second residence CUSTOM DESIGNED EQUESTRIAN ESTATE Custom built equestrian facility with a 100 x 200 premium footing indoor arena 29 matted 12 x 12 stalls each with covered run outs 3 grooming stalls wash rack trainers office large viewing room and supplemented by natural light Private trails stream and plenty of turn out pastures provide the ability to leave the world behind Additional 1 800 sq ft 2 bedroom 2 bathroom residence on site

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Please join us at the George Morris Clinic Fri Sat Sun May 19 20 21 2017 at Potcreek Meadow Farm Watch talented riders receive instruction over 3 3 6 and 4 courses set on the grass grand prix field with open water ditches and elevated bank Includes daily round table discussions with the former coach of the US Team This is an approved TCP Event and provides educational credit for those seeking USHJA Professional Certification 120 day or 300 for 3 days Contact jeff potcreek com 206 669 3440 The Foundation will provide a 200 scholarship to any Washington State resident that registers for TCP credit and fulfills the attendance requirements We are a 501c3 public charity that is dedicated to expanding and improving the hunter jumper equestrian disciplines within the State of Washington Our objective is to increase public interest and participation in the sport by promoting educational events horse shows clinics and providing scholarships and achievement opportunities to state residents 100 of the donations we receive are used for charitable purposes and we are approved for matching grants from Amazon Microsoft and many other employers www whjf org

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Boyd Martin USA Welcome Shadow It s a Three Peat for Boyd Martin 100 000 Land Rover Wellington Eventing Showcase 2017 Photography ALDEN CORRIGAN MEDIA Another Win for Boyd Martin USA as he stormed through the VIP tent on the lovely Irish mare Welcome Shadow owned by Craig and Gloria Callan to take the 100 000 Land Rover Wellington Eventing Showcase 2017 Second place went to Buck Davidson Eventing USA and Petite Flower and third to Doug Payne USA and Vandiver The third Eventing Showcase held at Palm Beach International Equestrian center provided a spectacular setting with riders finishing the three phase event on the beautiful 23 fence cross country course designed by Capt Mark Phillips To add to the excitement not only did riders gallop through the VIP tent they took it to a new level by asking the riders to jump a fence under the tent 32 We were also delighted to hear that Marilyn Little was released from hospital after her fall on the cross country course with RF Demeter Marilyn Little USA and RF Scandalous were in the lead after a stellar performance in dressage and stadium phases Due to the Little s fall they were unable to go forward and compete in the cross country phase with Boyd Martin USA hot on their heels they were going to be an exciting pair to watch We hope to see them again in 2018 to take on the cross country phase Leading event riders representing the USA Australia Great Britain and New Zealand attend providing thrilling viewing at this Advanced level exhibition competition Riders have vowed to return in 2018 we cannot wait to see what happens next year Excuse me pardon me coming through YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March April 2017

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100 000 Land Rover Wellington Eventing Showcase 2017 Results Top 20 Buck Davidson USA Carlevo Colleen Rutledge USA Escot 6 Kim Severson USA Cooley Cross Border High fives at Team Davidson USA Second place finisher Buck Davidson USA and his longtime partner Petitie Flower Mark Todd GBR L Alezane

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Winner of the FEI 5 380 000 Fidelity Investments Grand Prix Kent Farrington Gazelle Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media Kent Farrington and Gazelle Top 380 000 Fidelity Investments Grand Prix CSI 5 at the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival By Lauren Fisher and Sara Cook Jennifer Wood Media Inc

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Luiz Francisco De Azevedo Comic Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media Catherine Tyree Bokai Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media U S Olympic team silver medalist Kent Farrington jumped to victory riding Gazelle in Saturday night s 380 000 Fidelity Investments Grand Prix CSI 5 at the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival WEF in Wellington FL In an 11 horse jump off Brazil s Luiz Francisco de Azevedo finished second riding Comic and Catherine Tyree USA placed third aboard Bokai The fifth week of WEF competition sponsored by Fidelity Investments concluded at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center PBIEC on Sunday featuring the 86 000 Suncast 1 50m Championship Jumper Classic and the 50 000 Equo Grand Prix CSI 2 The 12 week WEF circuit continues through April 2 2017 awarding over 9 million in prize money Course designer Robert Ellis GBR saw 40 competitors jump his firstround track for the five star event under the lights Eleven advanced to the jump off where three jumped double clear in the race against the clock Farrington and Gazelle emerged victorious with a time of 44 48 seconds De Azevedo finished second with Comic in 45 69 seconds and Tyree guided Bokai through the timers in 48 29 seconds Canada s Eric Lamaze rode Artisan Farms and Torrey Pines Stable s Fine Lady 5 to the fastest four fault round in 45 65 seconds to place fourth Farrington who is currently the number two ranked rider in the world put in a thrilling jump off round with his own and Robin Parsky s Gazelle to ensure victory He jumped the 11 year old Belgian Warmblood mare Kashmir van Schuttershof x Indoctro to a team bronze medal in the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto among other top international finishes Speaking of his winning round Farrington stated My plan in a jump off is usually to play to the horse s strengths unless there are only three in it then maybe you have a different strategy Coming after me are Fine Lady and Eric Lamaze and they are an incredibly competitive combination They are super fast against the clock so my plan was to do what I thought the limit was for my horse and put the pressure on him to have to really chase me to win I knew if we were both running his horse is probably faster in this type of arena so I tried to put the pressure on him and hope he would have one down Luckily for me it worked out tonight Commenting on the first round course Farrington added After walking I thought a lot was going to depend on the time allowed I thought maybe he wanted the time allowed a touch shorter in an March April 2017 ideal world so that there were not quite so many clear but the jumpoff was still difficult enough so you probably ended up with the same spot anyway De Azevedo was aboard his ten year old Dutch Warmblood stallion Comic Verdi x Heartbreaker for Saturday s top finish as he gears up for week eight s CSIO Nations Cup competition I am very happy because for me it is like a win to be second behind Kent Farrington the rider stated For me it is like a victory I am really happy with my horse We bought him when he was just a six year old and we built him My goal was to be here where we are now so I have to just thank God for that Tyree began the 2017 season with a third place finish in week one s 75 000 Rosenbaum Mollengarden PLLC Grand Prix aboard Mary Joe Tyree s Bokai an 11 year old Dutch Warmblood Up To Date x Ferro gelding that she began riding in July On Saturday Tyree earned her highest five star finish and also received the award for Leading Lady Rider for the second time this winter presented by Martha Jolicoeur of Douglas Elliman in memory of Dale Lawler This was my first five star with him Tyree stated It is a relatively new partnership and I really just tried to go in and have a smooth jump off I m a little bit new to going quick at this height I knew I had Kent and Eric after me and chances were they were going to be a little bit quicker so I thought I would go for a smooth clear round and he jumped fantastic To even be jumping these classes is absolutely amazing Tyree continued It has always been a dream of mine to jump Saturday nights and to be sitting next to these two riders and this company is something I have really wanted and have worked toward To finally accomplish that has been an absolutely amazing feat It really takes an entire team I have great people behind me The past year has been a little rough but it ended up being a fairy tale at the end I could not be happier Also competing in the International Arena on Saturday Kelsey Thatcher and Pony Lane Farm s Everything won the 15 000 SJHOF High Amateur Owner Jumper Classic presented by Engel V lkers Emma Heise and Old Willow Farms Broekie were the winners of the 10 000 SJHOF High Junior Jumper Classic presented by Sleepy P Ranch Jennifer Jones and Andrew Kocher s Benedetto were also victorious in the Equiline Medium Amateur Owner Jumper speed class YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS 37

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130 000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round 5 WEF 5 sponsored by Fidelity Investments PHOTO GALLERY Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media Hardin Towell USA Lucifer V Second FEI 5 130 000 WEF Challenge Cup Round 5 Margie Engle USA Royce Third FEI 5 130 000 WEF Challenge Cup Round 5 Winners of the FEI 5 130 000 WEF Challenge Cup Round 5 Eric Lamaze CAN Fine Lady 5 Adam Prudent USA Victorio 5

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Breed to A CHAMPIoN Flexible by Cruising Flex Safari 1996 ISH Stallion Owned by Harry Mollie Chapman 2012 Rolex FEI World Cup Champion Over 1 000 000 in Career Earnings 2016 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Winner 50 000 Osphos Grand Prix CA Winner 25 000 Smart Pack Grand Prix of California CA 4th 100 000 Longiness FEI WCQ CA 4th 80 000 Fursiyya Nations Cup CAN 2016 World Cup Team Member 2015 ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2nd 100 000 Grand Prix of Del Mar CA Winner 60 000 Grand Prix of California CA Winner 42 000 Maui Jim Open Welcome CAN Winner 126 000 Longines WCQ CAN 2nd 126 000 Reliable Rentals Grand Prix CAN Winner 50 000 Sunshine Series Grand Prix CA 2014 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Winner 85 000 Sunlife Spruce Meadows CAN Winner 55 000 Land Rover Grand Prix CA Winner 25 000 Smart Pak Grand Prix CA 2nd 125 000 World Cup Grand Prix of Del Mar CA Contact Jojo Petro Brandy CreekFarm LLC Contact Us For Special World Cup Pricing 503 804 7222 FlexibleTheStallion gmail com www FlexibletheStallion com

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Tinne Vilhelmson Silfven SWE and Paridon Magi Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media We are preparing for FEI World Cup Finals and even though we don t have an indoor environment to do that Graves said we have this awesome Adequan Global Dressage Festival to pack on Friday nights and still get a huge atmosphere for our horses and to practice in and that is a very lucky thing to have here This was Graves and Verdades first win in an FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI 5 competition Winners of the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI 5 presented by Diamante Farms Laura Graves USA Veradades Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media FEI Grand Prix Freestyle 5 CDI5 Presented by Diamante Farms By Kim Beaudoin Jennifer Wood Media Inc L aura Graves USA and Verdades captured another stunning victory in the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI 5 presented by Diamante Farms on Friday February 10 during the fifth week of competition at the 2017 Adequan Global Dressage Festival AGDF in Wellington FL AGDF 5 runs from February 8 12 and features CDI 5 competition presented by Diamante Farms CDI 3 Large Tour competition presented by Wellington Equestrian Realty and CDI 3 Small Tour competition presented by Engel V lkers and is held at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalists Laura Graves USA and Verdades a 2002 Dutch Warmblood gelding Florett AS x Liwilarda owned by Graves dominated in the Global Arena once again this week coming out on top of the competition with a winning score of 82 000 40 On her ride Graves said The adrenaline is so high when you come out of the arena You re so in the moment that when it s over you kind of think What just happened But he was great He really feeds off of the atmosphere He s a highly sensitive horse and he never lets me down Placing second to Graves in in the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI 5 was Tinne Vilhelmson Silfven SWE and Paridon Magi a 2003 Swedish Warmblood gelding Don Primero x Napoli x Napoleon 625 owned by L vsta Stuteri with a score of 77 450 I was pleased today with the feeling of Magi said Vilhelmson Silfven He had a super warm up and I think that when you get into this arena with this atmosphere it s just fun to ride I had some small mistakes but a very nice feeling so overall I m very pleased 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist Steffen Peters USA and Rosamunde a 2007 Rhinelander mare Rock Forever x First Lady owned by Four Winds Farm took third place with a 77 325 I had a different strategy today Peters said of his changed routine from Thursday This morning I worked her Rosamunde for about 45 minutes and I walked her around all day I had my doubts after yesterday s Grand Prix if she could handle an atmosphere like she would have to at the FEI World Cup Finals and tonight she proved that she might have the potential to qualify I m super happy There was one 80 already in there She had a clean test that was much more relaxed then the Grand Prix and in this atmosphere I m stoked Devon Kane spoke on behalf of Diamante Farms one of the founding sponsors of AGDF We are very very grateful for the riders who show up and for the owners who send the riders and everything in between that make this show so special she said It s a great opportunity for us We feel very blessed and privileged to be able to sponsor here It s pretty phenomenal YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March April 2017

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Judge Gary Rockwell spoke about the CDI 5 competition in Florida I think it s a huge thing for this spot and for all of Florida and it s attracting the best horses we have he said It s fun to see these horses and riders progressing and getting better and better We enjoy judging it When the horses are good and the quality is good the judging is easy A ceremony was also held Friday night to celebrate the official retirement of Lars Petersen s DEN Grand Prix mount 1998 Danish Warmblood mare Mariett owned by Marcia Pepper Ken Braddick of dressage news com awarded Laura Graves USA and Verdades a special browband to signify their induction into the 80 Club after her win in Thursday s FEI CDI 5 Grand Prix The victory puts her alongside U S Olympic teammate Steffen Peters as a member of the Club which counts only 15 riders in the world as members Steffen Peters USA celebrating at the end of his freestyle program on Rosamunde Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media D Niro Jacqueline Brooks CAN Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media Olympic teammate Kasey Perry Glass congratulates Steffen Peters on a job well done Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media Mariett going out like the champion she is Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media 42 All In Brittany Fraser Beaulieu CAN Credit Alden Corrigan Media YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March April 2017

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Don and Margie Lee Gustafson and the truck that means so much The Truck At The End Of A Rainbow Community Connection and Care O n January 5 Don and Margie Lee Gustafson awoke to discover that Don s truck was gone What ensued united their entire equestrian community By the time the truck was recovered just two days later their story had reached hundreds of people As farriers Don and Margie are well known and well respected in the industry In fact Margie is a previous President of the American Farrier s Association Don is also known for his talent as a singer you may have even heard him singing the National Anthem at Menlo 44 Photo Credit Alden Corrigan Media Charity Horse Show However their story didn t stay constricted within the bounds of equestrian society it was shared so many times that after the truck was found Don explains a woman stopped me at the grocery store and told me how glad she was that I got my truck back and I still have no idea who she is For them it wasn t just a truck its value went above and beyond the value of a vehicle The truck itself was put together by Emil Carre an amazing farrier I worked with for four years Emil and I were really good friends After just 18 months he decided it wasn t the truck for him it and we arranged to buy it from him And then very very YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March April 2017

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sadly he passed away There s a tremendous amount of attachment to him his life and his death that were just part of that truck It was in a way like being able to see him or be with him while you were in it In addition to the sentimental value of the truck the worth of its contents weighed heavily on Don and Margie You start to think about what was in the truck and wondering if you ll ever see those things again Don explains Not just shoes and nails but tools and things that come into your life over the years tools made by friends and gifted to you You just don t know if you ll ever see those things again Sentimental value anvil and tools Don Gustafson singing the National Anthem After filing the police report Margie logged into Facebook at Menlo Charity Horse Show and shared the news on every group and page she was part of The response was overwhelming Margie s posts were shared hundreds of times reaching over 13 000 people through forums and friends two of the equestrian community s beloved members were in need and people responded It spread so broadly and so quickly that I was amazed Don says People were so responsive to it I got phone calls and texts from people saying let me know what you need If you need it I ll send it to you Somebody even offered me their truck On Saturday January 7 Margie and Don received a call from Silverhawk Russi a San Mateo County Horseman s Association member in South San Francisco saying that their truck had been found parked Don Gustafson on the street Thanking her profusely they got in touch with dispatch and drove to meet the officer who was on the scene A pair of sunglasses and a few small items were missing from the cab but not even a nail had been stolen out of the back While they were waiting for the truck to be cleared from the system Don made his way over to where Margie was waiting in her car to thank her for everything she had done getting the word out When he reached her Margie held up her phone and said let s make a video to say thank you to everyone who helped us It had been such an emotional roller coaster and we d gotten so much support from so many people and had been able to recover the truck because of the connection that everybody had through social media It was just such an amazing example of how good social media can be and how we can take care of each other That video was done in one take Margie explains He didn t prepare it he didn t rehearse it because he didn t even know he was going to do it He just walked over to the truck and thanked me for helping him find his truck and I said why don t you thank everyone who has helped us and we ll make a video and put it on Facebook And that was straight from his heart Don and Margie reached out to their circle and watched the people around them lift them up and make sure they were taken care of The phenomenal results they found the experience they had sharing their story has left them humbled and very grateful We have all kinds of reasons to be upset with each other and to keep away from each other but we can find reasons and good ones to really look out for and care for each other We can make a difference in each other s lives Pay attention be involved pick up the phone do whatever even if it seems insignificant it means a lot to the person on the other end March April 2017 Forging ahead Watch the Video There is a Green Truck at the end of the rainbow by Margie Lee Gustafson CJF at youtu be vSnupKVQ9xA YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS 45

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World s Elite Jumping and Dressage Riders Coming to Omaha for FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 By Lorraine Blake T he FEI World Cup Finals an annual indoor Championship competition for the world s best jumping and dressage horses is returning to the U S March 29 April 2 2017 The red carpet will be rolled out for the world s elite competitors as they vie for the coveted FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 titles at the CenturyLink Center in the dynamic Midwestern city of Omaha Nebraska The FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 feature both the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final and the FEI World Cup Dressage Final which offers spectators the rare opportunity to watch the world s best horses and riders from around the world including Olympic World and European Champions all in one location FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 Venue Century Link Center Omaha Steve Guerdat SUI Albfuehren s Paille win FEI World Cup Jumping Final Gothenburg 2015 FEI Roland Thunholm We are expecting attendance of more than 60 000 for the FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 said Mike West CEO of the Omaha Equestrian Foundation which is producing the FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 The excitement is building by the day and tickets are selling fast The Finals will undoubtedly be THE equestrian event of the year so make sure you don t miss out Started in 1979 the FEI World Cup Jumping Final is an annual international showdown among the world s best show jumping horses and riders In the 38 Finals held through 2016 Germany 10 and the United States 9 have emerged with the most titles Previous FEI World Cup Jumping Finals held in the United States include Baltimore 1980 Tampa 1989 Del Mar CA 1992 and Las Vegas 2000 2003 2005 2007 2009 2015 Top competitors may include 2012 Olympic gold medalist and two time FEI World Cup Champion Steve Guerdat of Switzerland who will have the opportunity to defend the back to back titles he won in 2015 and 2016 while top U S rider Rich Fellers could potentially be making his tenth FEI World Cup Final appearance and possibly with the legendary chestnut stallion Flexible aboard whom Fellers has competed in eight FEI World Cup Finals and won the championship in 2012 The FEI World Cup Dressage Final was first held in 1986 and features the world s best dressage horses and riders A total of 31 Finals have been held through 2016 and the United States has won the championship twice in 2003 Debbie McDonald with Brentina and 2009 Steffen Peters with Ravel The Final has been held in the U S six times in Los Angeles 1995 and Las Vegas 2005 2007 2009 2015 2016 FEI World Cup Dressage Champion Hans Peter Minderhoud of The Netherlands will have the opportunity to defend his title but there will be many other top competitors who will be looking to have their name engraved on the trophy Two time World Cup Champion Charlotte Dujardin of Great Britain the reigning Olympic World and European Champion may seek to reclaim the titles she won in 2014 and 2015 while top American rider Steffen Peters could also regain the World Cup Championship that he won in 2009 Fellow U S rider Laura Graves may also have a great shot having placed a very respectable fourth place at the 2015 Final in Las Vegas Champion Hans Peter Minderhoud and Glocks Flirt winner FEI World Cup Dressage Final 2016 FEI Dirk Caremans 48 www OmahaWorldCup2017 com March April 2017

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FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 Schedule The FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 will run over five days Wednesday March 29 will feature the Dressage Familiarization at 9 30 a m and the Jumping Training Session at 2 00 p m Actual competition will begin on Thursday March 30 with the FEI World Cup Dressage Final Grand Prix starting at 2 00 p m and Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final I Jumping Speed Class at 7 00 p m Free and Open to the Public A Shopping Mecca with Live Entertainment and Educational Exhibits Boutique Shopping Village and Tailgate Lounge The event s unique Boutique Shopping Village and Tailgate Lounge were designed specifically around the warm up arena so that visitors will be able to browse shop and dine while watching the world s elite competitors warm up their horses Over 140 vendors will be on hand boasting wares ranging from top of the line equestrian products for both horse and rider barn equipment and FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 merchandise to stunning jewelry beautiful artwork and the latest in fashions Spectators will be able to shop till they drop while enjoying all the action The entire CenturyLink Center will be hopping Thursday through Saturday night Live entertainment food and drink pony races and high end shopping will entertain the crowd until 11 00 p m each evening Horse Discovery Zone The family friendly Horse Discovery Zone offers hands on learning areas including the Runza Gallery of Breeds Riding Style Museums Durham Museum Omaha Children s Museum Henry Doorly Zoo Blacksmith Shop Wheelwright The Tack Room and U S Pony Clubs The Demonstration Arena sponsored by Colorado State University will offer educational demonstrations throughout the day with presentations on styles of riding Parade of Breeds vaulting Pony Club Games long lining grooming driving and much more The Canadian based Equimania offers youth education stations and interactive displays including anatomy dental evolution skeleton in motion Tree of Life digestive tract nutrition and water horse behavior colors grooming safety The Horse Discovery Zone Theater will host ongoing presentations of domestic and international short films and documentaries from the 2016 Equus Film Festival as well as a selection of horse related programs For more information about the FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 hotel information and to purchase tickets please go to www OmahaWorldCup2017 com charge by phone at 800 745 3000 or at the CenturyLink Center Omaha box office Steffen Peters Legolas 92 at WEG 2014 Susan J Stickle Rich Fellers USA Flexible Kit Houghton FEI March April 2017 www OmahaWorldCup2017 com On Friday March 31 the multi faceted Dressage Showcase starts at 3 00 PM This event features Young Horses to Grand Prix with Olympic Champion Isabell Werth Presented by the Dressage Foundation Fun Dressage with Tristan Tucker an Australian horsemanship guru and the U S Paralympic Team and Fun Freestyles with Lynn Palm Sabine Schut Kerry Jacquie Brooks Missy Fladland and Barbara Bebe Davis The Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final II Grand Prix is scheduled to begin at 7 00 p m On Saturday April 1 the Dressage Natural Horsemanship Clinic will be held at 9 00 a m following the Freestyle sound check with the FEI World Cup Dressage Final Freestyle to Music the event determining the FEI World Cup Dressage Final Omaha 2017 winner beginning at 2 00 p m and the International Omaha Jumping Grand Prix competition at 7 00 p m On Sunday April 2 the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final III competition which ultimately decides who will be crowned the winner will begin at 2 00 p m A selection of ticket packages still remain for the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping and FEI World Cup Dressage Finals Omaha 2017 Single Session tickets for either the Jumping or Dressage competitions range from 45 85 depending on the session and location All Session ticket packages include seats for five events in either jumping or dressage The best seats in the house are the VIP Tickets in the first 5 rows which include access to the VIP Hospitality Lounge throughout the event The VIP Hospitality Lounge will feature full meals open bar live music concierge service and other amenities all included with each VIP ticket There are still a few Hospitality Packages available The elegant Suites are spacious comfortable and overlook the entire arena with seating for 20 25 people Wait service food drink and access to the VIP Lounge are included throughout the event Ringside tables get you up close to the action in comfort and style with InArena seating for 6 or 8 people complimentary wine and heavy hors d oeuvres along with access to the VIP Lounge throughout the event VIP seats tables and suites can be purchased by calling 402 930 3079 or by email at contactOEF omahaequestrian com The FEI World Cup Finals Omaha 2017 are being produced by the Omaha Equestrian Foundation a certified 501c 3 not for profit foundation The focus of the foundation is to foster and develop international caliber athletes within the equestrian sport as well as supporting and educating the community Since 2013 The Omaha Equestrian Foundation has donated tickets to local charities and last year created field trips for over 2 400 elementary school students veterans and local military families The OEF also runs the International Omaha an annual top level jumping and dressage competition also held at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha Nebraska For more information about the Omaha Equestrian Foundation visit www OmahaEquestrian com or call 402 444 1630 For more information about International Omaha please visit www InternationalOmaha com 49

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Macella O Neill Mid Circuit Reflections In the wee hours of this last Monday morning Charlie and I headed home to Northern California after 3 weeks of showing on the blissfully sunny Hits Coachella desert circuit and what a difference a 12 hour drive makes Entering into our second night with no electricity but plenty of rain hazardous road conditions and general adversity we are personally getting an opportunity to experience the drought relief of the winter of 2017 that our incredible staff and devoted customers have been contending with for the past several months For many years we have worked with great diligence to craft a migratory lifestyle heading south in November for the Sunshine shows with a group of horses that stay in the desert until the Winter Circuit begins whereupon we are joined by fresh horses and people every few weeks throughout the circuit This year in particular there have been several man from snowy river moments in the warm up rings and even occasionally in the show ring as our horses coming in from Northern California have definitely enjoyed a fairly unstructured winter training program arriving very fit and cheerful after trotting our hills with the scrappy home riders clinging to wet leather and exuberant horseflesh for dear life since our arenas have been alternatively frozen and or awash for the majority of the last few months And apparently there is no end in sight for this weather pattern Greenfield Stables Belgium although PG E has promised restoration is service soon and I quote Despite several trips to the laundromat today sneaking loads of soaking wet aromatic coolers saddle pads and towels into every available dryer while pilfering electricity for our electronic devices at every outlet mopping up the defrosting freezers and fridges and fixing overflowing drains and ditches I still have to say I m happy to be home for a couple weeks Not only because we have the luxury of having a superb team of people in place in the desert but also because I have always tried to never ask anyone to do something that I would not do myself Clearly this philosophy has been sorely tested by technology that has evolved at a far faster rate than I have but that s another topic This winter has challenged everyone at home and I m happy to come home and do my part blessedly brief as it will be I count myself to be extremely fortunate to be a part of our team Although oft remarked upon citing vets farriers grooms shipper etc this endeavor is actually much more than just a team sport It is a very personal collective communal undertaking where we are all bonded first and foremost by our love of horses Wherever I go at home at shows or when traveling horse shopping I find myself at dinner tables standing next to warm up jumps at the back gate in the line at the office at the feedstore in the cross ties in short everywhere I go surrounded by passionate committed energetic eclectic vibrantly alive people And never more so than when I m surrounded by the people immediately in my life and on my team PRIME RIVERFRONT PROPERTY Prime river front Southern Oregon property with 28 44 acres in which 26 8 are irrigated Western style home with views of Horseshoe Rattlesnake rapids on the Rogue River Rolling pastures suitable for livestock horses or grapes The home sits up on a bluff overlooking the river there is a park like setting w low river bank access Home is 3809 sqft and offers an expansive master with a fireplace and a sitting area looking over the river Very open kitchen breakfast nook and dining area Many decks for morning or afternoon enjoyment 2nd bdrm on its own level w sitting room bath 3rd bdrm is spacious w bath deck Addtl building w workout room on the lower level and entertainment room w full bath on upper level Mainline system is in and yes a Bass pond Specialist in European Warmblood Sporthorses 2 650 000 We sell Champions around the globe Hunters Jumpers Equitation Ponies 32 0 477 55 48 22 greenfieldstablesbelgium gmail com www greenfieldstables com 50 All budgets All levels Colby Kielman Broker Licensed in Oregon as Michelle Colby Kielman 800 772 7284 www HarcourtsOROP com www OmahaWorldCup2017 com March April 2017

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Teff as a viable forage source for horses By Natalie Shaw L Teff Grass et me tell you a story A story about my friend Nancy and her horse Marquee One day Marquee an arabmorgan cross showed up lame and a trip to the veterinary clinic was made The veterinarian diagnosed Marquee with a severe case of laminitis as a possible result of insulin resistance The veterinarian suggested that Nancy do two things decrease Marquee s weight and lower the total non structural carbohydrates in the diet With this is mind Nancy went home put Marquee back at pasture went to her computer and consulted Dr Google Dr Google had a lot to say about feeding insulin resistant horses Every blog and website suggested that she feed less than 10 NSC in the diet soak her hay and use a slow feeder Next Nancy went to her local feed store and was happy to find that there were many low carb options Since they weren t close to the less than 10 standard she purchased one of them and diluted it with beet pulp and alfalfa pellets Now feeling good about this she called up her local hay dealer and was stymied to find that he had never put up or marketed a bale of low carb hay in his career and neither had his neighbors She searched high and low for low carb hay paid for carb testings on multiple lots and never found anything that was packaged in two string bales This is where the frustration set in She would have to just make due soaking the hay that she had already bought and stored in the barn Balancing the total ration for a horse that requires BOTH a low carb and low calorie diet is much easier said than done Here is a list of horses that could need forage based diets low in BOTH calories and carbs Equine Metabolic Syndrome Cushings Insulin Resistance Laminitis or at risk PSSM Allergies to other forages Chronic colic 54 Nancy s story is not unique Many of you readers can relate all too well to Nancy s dilemma feeding an easy keeper with sugarstarch sensitivities Over the course of my 9 years traveling the Pacific Northwest as the Equine Nutrition Consultant for CHS I have found this type of horse to be the most difficult to consult for because the nutrition tools available are few and suboptimal Let s be fair the term easy keeper is a misnomer Horses with good feed efficiency are often the horses that require the most creativity We must consider our management techniques constraints and preferences very carefully Of course if you board one of these horses and don t have complete control of their diet you re at an even greater disadvantage Many facilities can t accommodate multiple types of hay or hay soaking due to the additional labor and mess it creates Many years ago I was introduced to teff hay by a PhD equine nutritionist from California I started looking into the grass as an option for these difficult cases Inspired by teff s potential to satisfy this very pressing niche in the equine nutrition industry I set out to bring the power of teff to more horse owners in the Northwest in a form that was available all year long affordable and palatable In 2015 I embarked on a Master s degree with the WSU forage agronomist to study the growing and harvesting factors that influence the non structural carbohydrate values of teff hay My research objective is to refine the farming practices necessary to make teff a viable consistent forage source in the market Let me take a moment to explain exactly what teff grass is and why it can be such a unique tool for horses that require low carb and low calorie diets Teff grass is originally from equatorial Ethiopia Africa where it is the staple grain of the region It is what plant biologists refer to as a warm season C4 grass species This is important to remember because it means that the plant is fundamentally different than the cool season C3 grasses that we are used to feeding horses and that we are really good at growing in the Northwest Timothy orchardgrass bluegrass and rye www OmahaWorldCup2017 com March April 2017

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grasses are cool season If you drove past a field of teff grass you probably wouldn t distinguish it from any other grass hay but it is unique in the way that it metabolizes and stores carbohydrates You see teff grass is an annual plant This means that farmers have to plant it every year It also means that the plant doesn t prioritize storing excess carbohydrates for over wintering Cool season grasses must store carbohydrates for energy in the form of fructans Warm season grasses store some carbohydrates as starch For this reason and others if we were presented with a pile of teff hay a pile of timothy hay and a pile of orchardgrass hay we d put our money on the teff to be lower in non structural carbohydrates Now this is not ALWAYS the case I ve certainly come across my fair share of high carb teff but on average we can grow teff to be lower in simple sugars and starch compared to other grasses Pretty cool huh Another important point to remember low carb does NOT mean low calorie Teff grass can be harvested to have both low caloric value or high caloric value In my teff research protein values have ranged from 5 to 22 So as you seek out teff don t assume that all teff is created equal Low carb and low calorie teff grass hay is immensely difficult to find Especially when you consider the extreme variability in carbohydrates and protein the need for convenient packaging i e small bales and the potential for weeds and poor palatability Because of these difficulties I m very excited to have introduced the Equis Teff Natural to the market in 2016 After many years of development the formula has been tested and perfected Horse owners with easy keepers at risk for laminitis can rest assured that the Equis Feed has taken the headache out of sourcing an appropriate forage option Equis Teff Natural is the only grass hay based low carb and low calorie complete feed on the market Here are three things you must know about Equis Teff Natural 1 It is very low calorie so don t feed to skinny horses At only 1 Megacalorie per pound Equis Teff Natural is like celery sticks for the easy keeper There is no added fat add your own omega 3 source and no added molasses The vast majority of low carb products at your local feed store are very high calorie with digestible fiber sources and added fat This is why Equis Teff Natural is so incredibly unique 2 At 22 fiber it is a forage replacer Equis Teff Natural was Bailing Teff March April 2017 specifically designed as a tool to replace suboptimal forages For example when you purchase a barn full of hay and later find out that it s very high carb Or perhaps you board at a facility that won t allow you to bring in another forage source Replace your suboptimal or poor quality hay pound for pound with Equis Teff Natural at an amount appropriate to the severity of disease your current forage options your financial constraints and to what degree you want to control the diet It is very safe to feed when fed as directed 3 This is so much more than hay in a bag Equis Teff Natural is a complete feed fully fortified to balance protein energy vitamins and minerals when fed as intended It s been suggested to me more than once to just grind up teff hay and sell it at a simple hay pellet This is a HORRIBLE idea Remember what I said about the plant s variability I ve analyzed literally hundreds and hundreds of teff samples and I will tell you that you don t want to leave the nutrient content to chance We ve balanced the proprietary blend of teff grass with the highest quality protein source and the entire Equis Feed package i e Zinpro Performance Minerals organic selenium BioMOS and Diamond V Yeast Culture to produce a feed that is safe consistent and palatable bag after bag and year after year Feeding easy keepers with sugar starch sensitivities is very difficult in practice It is also difficult to understand the complexity of carbohydrates as one nutrient in the horse s total diet Carbohydrates are an extremely diverse array of molecules ranging from table sugar to tree bark To make matters worse the jargon used to express carbohydrate values are confusing and often conflicting When trying to unravel the carb mysteries it helps to realize that the way a plant biologist an analytical chemist and an animal nutritionist talks about carbohydrates are all different The archaic tests we have to analyze plant carbohydrate values WSC ESC and Starch do not neatly line up with the way they are digested or the way that we categorize them If you need help understanding carbohydrate values and what they mean to your horse contact Natalie Shaw at Natalie shaw chsinc com or 406599 7694 For more information on the Equis Teff Natural go to www equisfeed com and check out our blog articles about the product Happy Feeding Teff Natural www OmahaWorldCup2017 com 55

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Morgan Thomas On The Right Track by Corie Townsend Morgan and Nora at Parkside Stables with Norgan Inc s August Feb 2017 Photo by Dave Walter M organ Thomas began working at Parkside Stables right out of high school Even as he was completing his undergraduate degree Morgan was riding and teaching whenever possible fostering his passion for horses and solidifying his place in the industry After graduating from the University of British Columbia he began building a career developing and selling hunters showing on the East Coast whenever possible Wanting to further envelope himself in the equestrian world Morgan left the Pacific Northwest in 2001 accepting a job offer at a stable in Virginia and expanding his resume with a string of winning horses and clients He traveled up and down the East Coast becoming champion rider and or trainer at all the major indoor shows including Harrisburg The National Horse Show Devon and Capital Challenge In 2013 Morgan received a call from Vicki Bergevin owner of Parkside Stables asking if he was interested in returning to Bellevue Washington to fill the recently vacated trainer position Both Morgan and Nora loved the area but it was a big decision At first they looked at it as a transitionary role I initially said to Vicki I can probably help out on an interim basis but we realized it was a great opportunity and I realized how great it would be to raise my kids here We each did a weekend clinic and we both really liked it here They had a wonderful client base His show schedule ultimately introduced him to his wife Nora with whom he formed Norgan Inc a partnership that focuses on the purchase development and resale of talented horses They spent half of their year training and competing in Florida and the other half of their year traveling to and from their homebase outside of Minneapolis Minnesota Their client business was on the small side but Norgan Inc was booming turning out horses such as Absolut Nairobi Abundance and Savant to name a few Now entering their fourth year at Parkside Stables that next generation is racking up success after success in and out of the show ring For someone who built a very successful career on riding and developing talented horses Morgan s shift toward teaching may seem surprising For Morgan however it feels like the next step Back East I regarded myself as a rider more than anything else and now I regard myself as more of a trainer than anything else And I m really liking that role 56 So in 2014 Norgan Inc accompanied by their talented assistant trainer Tory Bova moved to the Pacific Northwest where they began shifting their focus toward cultivating talent in the next generation of riders YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March 2017

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His happiness with this transition is palpable in conversation After decades of success in the show ring Morgan is thankful that he s able to help new riders shine I m grateful for everything I ve had in this industry I m grateful to be at Parkside again Nora and I feel blessed in so many ways Even with a group of successful up and coming riders to mentor Morgan continues to do what he s always loved I want to develop horses and I was to develop riders the two go hand in hand With top finishes in the International Derby at the Evergreen Classic Thunderbird Show Park and the Sunshine Series to name a few he s proving again and again that being in the Northwest is not a limiting factor to success When I was younger I was very insecure about the fact that I grew up in the Seattle area In the Northwest you re off the beaten path in terms of the core of the industry Now I firmly believe that if it s a great horse or a great rider it doesn t really matter where you re from After spending many of the preceding 15 years away from the Northwest Morgan was incredibly pleased to see how well the area has grown and developed for Equestrian sport I like that I can return to the Northwest and contribute to that Morgan accepting the Leading Trainer Award at Thunderbird Canadian Premier May 2016 Photo by Robert Fries Morgan riding Jessica King s Clue Thunderbird Show Park 2015 Photo by Totem Photographics 2016 has been a roaring success for the Parkside team At Capital Challenge the riders and horses came away with numerous top finishes Grace Pearson was WCHR National Champion in the 3 3 Junior Hunter Champion in the 3 3 Junior Hunter Section B Champion in the WCHR Low Junior Challenge and 3rd in the Taylor Harris National Children s Medal Annika Singh was WCHR Champion in the Children s Challenge and WCHR National Children s Hunter Champion Allison Talbot took 6th in the Amature Owner 3 3 Challenge Morgan and Assistant Trainer Tory Bova at the Spring National Hunter Show April 2016 Photo by Robert Fries

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For Morgan having his Parksiders perform at the National level is meaningful for a number of reasons It just proves that you can do well no matter where you are if you re mounted right and the program is right So on a personal level it was really validating for me to go to Capital Challenge this year after taking a couple year hiatus and doing so well It affirmed that we re on the right track When asked about the momentum behind the success Morgan emphasizes the tremendous impact that his wife has had on his and on Parkside s success Nora does so much of the heavy lifting teaching she s in the trenches with me I couldn t do this without Nora I m definitely better because of her Parkside is better because it has Morgan and Nora After decades of experience riding and training at the top level Morgan s philosophy on teaching is based on finding a balance between augmenting the natural talent of his riders reaching goals and helping them set reasonable expectations Managing these kids and their confidence level is just as important as the training itself even if you re not having Herculean successes you re not having catastrophic failures the kids have to be so solid in their system and their confidence that they feel in their worst day that they are just fine And on their best day the magic can happen The focus at Parkside is to impart confidence balance and a solid foundation on each rider giving them a chance to shine as brightly as they can From one coast to the other and back again Morgan Thomas is finding ways to continue to give back to the community what he has been given and what he has earned over the years I d just love to finish my career in this setting There s something kind of beautiful about starting and finishing in this barn To all the horses and riders at Parkside we wish you a wonderful successful 2017 Morgan with Grace Pearson and Highland Horses LLC s Cambiaso at Capital Challenge October 2016 Photo by Dave Walter Winning the Thunderbird Foxstone USHJA International Hunter Derby with Allison Talbot s Moonrise Kingdom August 2014 Photo by Robert Fries Morgan and Nora preparing amateur Jill Todd and Chacco Gold for their round at Thunderbird Fort Festival August 2016 Photo by Robert Fries 58 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March 2017

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Chris Pratt on Concorde winners of 2016 100 000 Grand Prix Photo Del Mar National Horse Show The Del Mar National Horse Show May 2 7 2017 is a staple in many riders show schedules Each year the beautiful Del Mar Fairgrounds hosts the event just minutes from the Southern California coastline Along with stellar views and temperate weather the show hosts a variety of special classes and events including the World Champion Hunter Rider North American Junior Young Rider Championship Selection Trial a USHJA National Hunter Derby and not just one but two intense Grand Prix competitions on Friday and Saturday For a full week schedule check out the website at www delmarnational com It is our pleasure to produce the 72nd Del Mar National Horse Show and we are excited for this world class event to once again take place at the Del Mar Fairgrounds said Amy Billburg the Equestrian Manager for the Del Mar Fairgrounds We look forward to seeing all of our competitors at the event May 2 7 2017 By Danielle Ballard 60 The week promises exciting competition in all the arenas especially with the weekend s lineup of classes Friday at 6 30PM we kick off the weekend with the 25 000 Surfside Grand Prix The Surfside Grand Prix is the qualifying class YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March April 2017

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for Saturday s Grand Prix which means the riders and their horses will leave everything in the arena not wanting to miss out on the opportunity to compete in Saturday night s 100 000 Grand Prix of Del Mar Saturday we begin the evening at 6 45PM with the exciting Ride Drive Classic Presented by The Competitive Equestrian Magazine The riders and horses navigate a course then the rider dismounts runs to the designated car to drive through a course of cones If they knock down cones in the car they will incur penaltiessimilar to knocking down a rail on their horse The competition will have you laughing and on the edge of your seat to see who can come out with the fastest time and the least amount of faults The Grand Prix of Del Mar provides a thrilling night of competitive show jumping where only the best horse and rider combinations from Friday night s qualifier will get to compete The best of the best will be facing off for a 100 000 prize Previous year s competitors are Olympic and World Cup veterans including Guy Thomas Eduardo Menezes Richard Spooner Eric Navet Rich Fellers and many others This is a sell out event and you can purchase tickets for the Ride Drive Classic Presented by The Competitive Equestrian Magazine and the 100 000 Grand Prix of Del Mar by visiting Del Mar National s website If you are unable to join the fun in person you can stay in the loop with the live webcast of the Del Mar Arena all week including Friday and Saturday nights through EQSportsNet Rich and Flexible Photo Del Mar National Horse Show We love being part of the Del Mar National Horse Show said Adrienne Karazissis of West Palms Events The competitors exhibitors sponsors and owners always have such a great time especially during the 100 000 Grand Prix of Del Mar We can t wait to see everyone there Del Mar National Horse Show s Schedule of Events May 2 7 2017 Del Mar Fairgrounds Thursday May 4 USHJA National Hunter Derby Friday May 5 4 30PM Exhibitor Welcome Party Friday May 5 6 30PM Surfside Grand Prix Saturday May 7 6 45PM Ride Drive Classic Presented by The Competitive Equestrian Magazine 100 000 Grand Prix of Del Mar Victory Party and Autograph Signing Immediately Following Grand Prix March April 2017 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS 61

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BLENHEIM EQUISPORTS PRESENTS by Jackie McFarland New and Updated Programs for 2017 Looking Forward to Welcoming Competitors this Spring W ith the recent release of the 2017 Spring Prize List Blenheim EquiSports announces new programs for the show season as well as programs back by popular demand More is in the works so competitors can count on innovative additions throughout the show season and points now through September 13th of this year the program culminates with the 25 000 CPHA West Coast Green Hunter 3 3 3 Incentive Championship during the Blenheim Fall Tournament September 13 19 2017 Besides earning added prize money throughout the season the top three point earning horses and riders will also earn Cash Bonus Awards Points are accumulated at qualifiers and the Bonus Awards will be presented prior to the commencement of the Championship A second 45 of the enrollment fees apply to these awards so the more riders and horses enrolled I of the season theBlenheim higher the June BonusClassic at the end June 7 11 2017 25 000 30 000 Grand Prix 3 3 3 Incentive The 2017 USHJA Green Hunter WCHRseason Week kicked USHJA WCHR Spectacular Program off at the 2017 HITS Coachella Desert Circuit Offering qualifiers prize money and points now Zone 10 Young Rider Final Trials through September 13th of this year the program culminates with the 25 000 Coast Green Hunter 3 Blenheim June CPHA ClassicWest II 3 3 June Incentive Championship during the Blenheim Fall 14 18 2017 Tournament September 30 000 Grand Prix13 19 2017 USHJA International Pony Hunter Derbies Besides earning added prize money throughout the season the top three point earning horses and riders will also earn Cash Blenheim Classic III Bonus Awards June Points are accumulated at qualifiers and the JuneAwards 21 25 Bonus will2017 be presented prior to the commencement of 30 000 the Championship A second 45 of the enrollment fees Grand Prix apply to these awards soPony the more riders and horses enrolled USHJA National Hunter Derbies theWest higherCoast the Bonus the endChallenge of the season PonyatHunter 2017 SHOW SCHEDULE YOUNG HUNTERS 5 6 7 Year Olds Welcome Young Hunters In support of this new US Equestrian division new in 2017 The Blenheim EquiSports Young Hunter Series Final an exclusive Blenheim BlenheimProgram Spring Classic I EquiSports offers divisions for 5 6 and 7 Year March 22 26 2017 Olds with NO ENTRY FEES and discounted stall fees Plus 25 000 Grand PrixYoung Hunter Classics each of them there are sixteen 1 000 qualifiers for the final and the entry fee for each one is also 0 Blenheim Spring Classic II Notably the classes 2 classics Marchall29 April 2017 and championships count for US 25 000 Equestrian HOTY Grand PrixAwards The 2017 qualifying season commences March 22 and concludes USHJA National Pony HunterSeptember Derbies 14 2017 The inaugural final with 10 000 in prize money will be during the Blenheim FallSpring Tournament September 13 17 2017 Blenheim Classic III April 5 9 2017 To participate the age of horse must be verified in accordance 40 000 Grand Prix prior WCHR with Federation policies to Week competing only Breed Registry Papers will be accepted to determine proof of age and Blenheim Spring Classic IV identity April 11 15 2017 25 000 50 000 GrandSmartPak Prix GREEN HUNTERS WCHR Awards ROMFH USHJA International Hunter Derby Awards CPHA USHJA Green Hunter 3 3 3 Incentive Programs FInals and Circuit Awards Showpark Spring Festival Everything s coming up green this season With new April 27 30 2017 divisions this year USHJA Green Hunter 3 and 3 3 Incentive Stake classes and a revamped CPHA Green Hunter 3 and 3 3 Showpark Ranchthere Coast Classic Incentive and Finals is plenty of opportunity for a green May 9 14 2017 hunter to shine as well as earn money and points towards 25 000 60 000 Grand Prix HOTY Awards WCHR Week USHJA International Hunter Derby Blenheim EquiSports offers Green Hunter Performance Hunter and Conformation Hunter divisions at 18 recognized horse shows this coming spring summer and fall The ROMFH Leading Hunter Awards as well as the SmartPak Grand Champion High Score Awards return this season The 2017 USHJA Green Blue Hunter 3 3 3 Incentive Blenheim Red White Classic Program an exclusive USHJA program is open to enrolled June 28 July 2 2017 horses The Program is comprised of Incentive Stake Classes 30 000 Grand Prix Qualifiers a Championship plus Bonus Cash prizes awarded USHJA Pony Hunter Derby based on total money won The 2017 Season commenced December 1 2016 and concludes Showpark Summer Festival November 30 2017 The Championship will be held in Lexington KY at the Kentucky July 19 23 2017 Horse Park in August 2017 See USHJA org for further 25 000 30 000 Grand Prix program details Come summer the 2017 USHJA WCHR West Coast Hunter Spectacular and all its splendor returns to grass on the Oaks International Grand Prix Field in San Juan Capistrano To wrap up the Blenheim EquiSports outdoor season NEW 18 USEF USHJA PCHA Sanctioned Hunter Jumper Shows The 2017 CPHA West Coast Green Hunter 3 3 3 Circuit Awards will be presented during the International Jumping SANkicked JUANoffCAPISTRANO DEL MAR Festival LASSeptember VEGAS 20 24 2017 to the Horse Incentive Program season at the 2017 HITS Coachella Desert Circuit Offering qualifiers prize money Rider combination s accumulating the most points from SHOWPARK COM Page 64 www showpark com MARCH APRIL 2017

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Morgan Dickerson wins U25 Qualifier Captured Moment Photo THEPLACETOBE Kaitlyn Van Konynenburg and Now How Z MCCOOL photo Elli Yeager earns the High Scoring Junior Rider Award MCCOOL Photo FOR DEVELOPING HORSES RIDERS Evelyn Walker and her pony Royal Moment MCCOOL photo Christine Hoch wins Veredus Award Captured Moment Photo select Hunter and Jumper Classics held throughout the horse show season Complete details will be available online in future prize lists the official horse show program and horse show office Placing Pony in each division Small Medium and Large Winning Rider Handy Hunter Round and Groom of the Best Turned Out Pony Derbies count for US Equestrian HOTY Awards see Rules for more details DERBY HUNTERS Derbies Awards PONIES National International ATTENTION PONY CHILD ADULT JUNIOR AND AMATEUR RIDERS NEW in 2017 USHJA Pony Hunter Derbies Blenheim EquiSports is looking forward to welcoming small but mighty derby ponies and riders beginning with Blenheim Spring Classic II with more coming during the summer season Returning in 2017 Blenheim EquiSports will offer one National Hunter Derby presented by THIS Insurance also during Spring Classic II and two International Hunter Derbies during the spring season one during Blenheim Classic Spring IV and the second at Showpark Ranch Coast Classic with more coming in summer and fall The Romfh Leading Hunter Rider Awards will be presented to the rider with the greatest number of points on their highest placed horse in seven categories including Pony Children s Adult 3 3 and 3 6 Amateur Owner and 3 3 and 3 6 Junior Hunters To add to the Derby glory during each prize giving ceremony additional recognition returns once again this season Blenheim EquiSports and select sponsors will present the Winning Trainer Owner Highest Placing Junior rider Highest Placing Amateur Rider and Groom of the Best Turned Out Horse of each National and International with special awards Ponies will also receive these awards in the following categories Winning Trainer Winning Owner Highest MARCH APRIL 2017 And during the WCHR recognized weeks the SmartPak Grand Champion Hunter and High Score Awards will be given to the horses earning the greatest number of total points and the highest score in multiple WCHR recognized divisions Sneak peek to summer there will be three pony filled weeks from Emerson Burr Grant to the Zone 10 Challenge to Derbies and more in San Juan Capistrano Plus the 2017 USEF Junior Hunter National Championship West and the USHJA Hunterdon Cup return to Del Mar in July at Showpark www showpark com Continued next page Page 65

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NEW DATES LOCATIONS Sallie B Wheeler Interactive Mortgage Horses 10 Under Futurity Final YJC West Coast and NAL West Coast Make your plans and mark your calendars this year some championships and finals have changed dates and locations The Sallie B Wheeler US National Hunter Breeding Championships West will be held during the Showpark Summer Classic August 16 20 one week earlier than previous years The always competitive Interactive Mortgage Horses 10 Under Futurity Final will move to the the Blenheim Fall Tournament September 13 17 2017 located at the Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park at San Juan Capistrano C At the same location the following week the International Jumping Festival September 20 24 2017 will proudly host the Young Jumper Championships West for five six and seven year olds along with the IJF Four Year Old Regionals Also to increase opportunities for competitors the North American League NAL West Coast Finals for Children and Adult Hunter riders as well as Children Adult and Low 1 30m Junior Amateur Owner Jumpers have moved from Las Vegas to San Juan Capistrano The 2017 event hosted by Blenheim EquiSports will also be held during September s Blenheim International Jumping Festival U25 RIDERS The 2017 Interactive Mortgage U25 Developing Rider Series is Underway The Interactive Mortgage U25 Developing Rider Series returns in 2017 and is bigger and better than ever Offering 112 500 in prize money the series is exclusive to Blenheim EquiSports Horse Shows and HITS West Coast Horse Shows with the Final held at The Las Vegas National produced by Blenheim EquiSports in November The Series is open to all U25 Riders from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 16 until the end of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 25 Amateur M classification is not a factor for entry H JUMPERS Markel Insurance 1 40 Grand Prix Series Final Veredus Awards and More Back by popular demand are the aforementioned programs brought to Blenheim EquiSports event by Interactive Mortgage plus the fourth season of the Markel Insurance 1 40m Grand Prix Series Final And Veredus returns this year as the sponsor of the Leading Jumper Rider Awards in multiple divisions from the B Children s through the Leading Professional E WINNERS CHIP IN FOR CHARITY The Chip In for Charity program where first place winners can make a donation in lieu of receiving an award returns in 2017 with several new charities The Compton Junior Posse and Red Bucket Equine Rescue now join Thrive Animal Rescue and Park Place Foundation as recipients of the program K F Blenheim EquiSports is truly the place to be for developing young horses and riders and so much more See you at the shows in San Juan Capistrano and Del Mar this spring summer and fall A

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I n the middle of her sophomore year of college Shayne Dante packed her bags dropped out of her classes and moved from California to Kentucky without a car a job or money to her name She had grown tired of seeing what was supposed to be her Plan B receiving a college degree become her Plan A With each successive term she was spending more and more time at the barn and was happier than she d been in her entire adult life It was time for a change Chasing a dream she d had since she was a little girl Shayne found herself alone in a new city She got an apartment a job working nights at a hotel and started spending her days as a working student with a local dressage trainer She was barely paying her rent but she was breathing in horses seven days a week and learning as much as she could from her trainer After some time she realized that if she wanted to start advancing herself as a professional horsewoman she needed to find a horse A free horse She eventually found a prospect that was available to lease Explaining to the owner that she had no money to pay for a lease but that the horse would be in full training Shayne pleaded her case Surprisingly the owner was sympathetic and willing to work with Shayne Soon after Just Livingston moved into Shayne s care and together they started working toward breaking into the FEI In just one season together Shayne s first ever season showing real dressage she received her silver medal and started actualizing her dream Despite this being her first true season in the dressage ring Shayne wasn t new to the horse world She started riding in the hunter ring at the age of 4 and eventually started riding with MaryAnne Adams an eventer from Maryland Before long she was in love with dressage and the biomechanics of riding In an effort to learn as much as she possibly could about horses and horsemanship Shayne began spending part of her summers working with wild horses in Texas under the guidance of horseman Brent Graef Her eclectic background has helped create a unique horsemanshipfocused approach to her riding and training She puts a lot of weight on something her dad used to tell her whenever she was down on herself or searching for motivation P A C E Shayne Poise Attitude Commitment and Effort That s something you have to apply to absolutely everything It became a mantra for Shayne growing up and she finds ways to integrate it into her daily life Every morning after feeding horses she sits down and goes through a checklist she s created for herself Positive affirmations goals and daily reminders to take one stride at a time line this ever expanding piece of paper Wearing Max s 56 Photo by Dena Leigh Miller Photography Ride to the Max One Woman s Journey to the Grand Prix By Corie Townsend

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When she steps into the ring to teach Shayne takes the lessons she s learned in her 20 years of riding and applies them to her coaching style A lot of it is about motivating and inspiring the rider a lot of people hold themselves back mentally they re hard on themselves or too hard on their horse If you re inspired you re opening yourself up to your horse more Shayne says and that makes a world of difference in someone s riding Part of her mission to inspire others has led her to become an ambassador for JustWorld International an organization that empowers the Equestrian community to contribute to a global campaign against poverty Shayne will be joining the organization on a trip to Guatemala in April Staying inspired helped lead Shayne to her current partner a grey Hanoverian named Perignon While visiting her family in California Shayne went to look at a few horses searching for her Grand Prix prospect She sat on Perry for 10 minutes and felt an immediate connection I know there s something right about this horse Perry is Shayne s first Grand Prix horse and they are learning everything together which has had its ups and downs People can literally see our wheels turning together when we re working on something If I m in a bad space he s in a bad space He s like my energetic sponge I ve worked with some fantastic people that I would love to ride with again she explains but I m genuinely a better rider because I m figuring these pieces out on my own Shayne s love for her family and for those who helped her reach where she is today has led to a rebranding of her business Brian Holloway former offensive tackle for the New England Patriots is one of her dad s best friends As such he has been a key pillar in Shayne s life When the Holloway family lost their son Max in the Fall of 2016 Shayne s first thought was this person has done so much for me What can I do to show him what he means to me Max was an inspiring positive force that touched the lives of everyone who knew him Changing her business name to Ride to the Max and embroidering her saddle pad with Max s college football number 56 is her way of carrying part of the Holloways with her everywhere There s something greater about it every day I try to live my life to the max Shayne and Perignon at Region 3 Championships Photo by WNC Photography Shayne and Spartan Photo by Dailey Alexandra Photography Shayne and young horse Rebel Photo by Kelly Wright Shayne isn t 100 sure what her next steps are but she knows that she s going to continue to work as hard as she can until she reaches her number one goal becoming an exceptional international competitor She s heading to Florida to seek out her next coach and see what opportunities her hard work and charisma present Finding a new coach is a big move but for Shayne a person who gave up on the security of the 9 5 to chase her dreams making big moves isn t challenging it s exciting Five years from now I don t know who I m going to be but I know I m going to be better than I am now For more info on Shayne visit her website www ridetothemax com If you want to tell your story please contact corie thecompetitiveequestrian com March 2017 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS 73

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Simple Steps to Avoid Unnecessary Doping Charges Avoiding the Foreseeable By Armand Leone Leone Equestrian Law T oday s competition horses are under constant scrutiny to avoid even perceptions of doping and training abuses by competition officials and the public The inability of a horse to protect itself from unscrupulous practices makes strict oversight of training and competition mandatory This can create an adversarial atmosphere between riders trainers stewards and equestrian regulatory bodies Positive tests for forbidden substances degrade the athlete the horse and our sport s reputation Some violations involve doping with drugs that have no role in horse care use of these drugs is intentional and dangerous for horses These violators deserve the full force of sanctions and fines imposed Other times doping violations are unintentional and occur with controlled medications because of negligent horse care Negligence is failing to exercise the necessary care to prevent foreseeable violations Even though the athlete or trainer may not have intended to administer or compete on a prohibited substance the strict liability standard still applies and penalties will be levied Athletes and trainers can prevent inadvertent doping violations by avoiding situations that create risk of a competition horse ingesting a prohibited substance that causes a positive doping test Most of these preventative steps are relatively simple to follow Have separate and labelled feed buckets for competition horses at shows Whatever you do don t mix feed buckets at horse shows especially in U S National competitions where certain nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs NSAIDs are allowed if used alone Don t take the chance of residue of one NSAID in a feed bucket for one horse contaminating another horse maintained on a different one if the buckets are used interchangeably It is good practice to have a dedicated feed bucket for each horse to eliminate the possibility of cross contamination If nothing else having and using a separate feed bucket for each horse shows that one is trying to avoid possible cross contamination Do not leave medications in pre filled feed buckets at 74 competitions even if labelled with the horse s name It is common practice at barns to fill feed buckets up at night for the next morning Unfortunately some barns also put medications into the feed to avoid having to do so in the morning It is one thing if a horse gets the wrong feed but a very different matter if a horse gets the wrong feed and the wrong medication This error often goes undetected until the horse who got the wrong feed comes up with a positive doping or medication violation Although the greatest danger exists if this happens at a competition a doping violation can also occur if a prohibited substance is ingested by a horse at home before leaving for a competition Make one person responsible for administration of all medications Only one person in the barn should be authorized to give medication whether in the feed or by injection The designated person must accept the responsibility for making sure that the right horse gets the right medication in the right dose in the right manner This person must also take responsibility for ensuring that medication put in the feed is given to the right horse Think before you give any supplements to your competition horse Under FEI and USEF rules the rider and trainer assume all the risk that a supplement may contain prohibited substances Even if one has taken all possible precautions to avoid prohibited substances a positive test means loss of prizes and having to explain the circumstances of how the prohibited substance got into the horse Due diligence before using a supplement includes but is not limited to checking the ingredients both brand name and chemical name in the product against the prohibited substance list and checking with your veterinarian before administering it Never use a supplement for the first time at a competition without taking all possible steps to assure there are no prohibited substances in it At home wash all buckets out at least once a week to remove any drug residue Since drug levels can often last for many days after YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS March 2017

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Boarding Stalls Available Trainers Welcome Rehab and Therapy Quicker Recovery with Theraplate PEMF PEMF is FDA approved for bone tendon and ligament injuries A quicker recovery time All Disciplines Welcome Two covered arena s groomed daily both with watering systems All day turn out 7 days a week 17155 SW Elsner Rd Sherwood OR 97140 503 849 6677 cparkerstables yahoo com www parkerstables com Excellent Location Close to Beaverton Tigard Sherwood and Tualatin ingestion it is good practice at home to wash all feed buckets out at least once a week to remove any residue of any drug that may have been given to a horse previously Each barn should keep a medication log book and each horse that competes in FEI competitions should have its own medication log book There should be a log book for each barn that records the basic details of all medications given to all horses Each horse that competes in FEI competition should have its own medication log book The medication given the dose the date and time and the veterinarian who authorized it should all be recorded Documenting the administration of medications prevents inadvertent double dosing the giving of medication to the wrong horse and possible inadvertent medication violations Medication log books may be evidence of an effort to prevent inadvertent doping and may be a mitigating factor in the case of a violation Don t rely on published drug clearance times Medication clearance times are published by various equestrian regulatory bodies but these times are not absolute Depending on the dose the route of administration the particular brand formulation and the horse s metabolic status drugs may not clear within March 2017 the published clearance times Do not assume if the clearance time for a medication is listed at 72 hours that the drug is not detectable 73 hours or even 96 hours after ingestion Always check with your veterinarian about wait times before going to the competition after the administration of an indicated medication By taking these basic precautions and having the foresight to recognize situations that could pose a problem owners trainers and riders can help ensure a positive competition experience for all and avoid unintentional positive doping test 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 With a wealth of experience in the equestrian industry through founder Armand Leone and partner Jessica Choper Leone Equestrian Law LLC gives their clients personalized care with the utmost respect for confidentiality For more information please visit www equestriancounsel com and follow them on Facebook at www facebook com leoneequestrianlaw com YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS 75

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The DressageTraining Pyramid to Develop Hunters and Jumpers Part II Impulsion Straightness and Collection By Greg Franklin The Dressage Pyramid is an excellent training tool for hunters and jumpers with its roots in classical dressage It is a basic visual aid that can be used when schooling young horses flatting a more experienced horse or teaching all levels of riders from beginner to advanced In the first part of this series I discussed the base of the pyramid focusing on Rhythm Relaxation and Connection In the second part of our series I will be talking about the final three phases of the Dressage Pyramid Impulsion Straightness and Collection For the purposes of training the hunter or jumper we are not looking at these movements for competition dressage but rather as ways of schooling the horse so it has impulsion goes straight and has self carriage Impulsion Impulsion is the fourth level of the Dressage Pyramid The definition of impulsion for our purposes is The horse thinking forward or The horse s desire to go forward Impulsion should not be confused with speed One can be going quite fast with minimal impulsion as well as have a tremendous amount of impulsion at the walk Impulsion starts with the brain of the horse not the legs Along with the other parts of the Pyramid impulsion takes time It starts at the walk A horse that does not think forward at the walk will not be able to do it at the other two gaits One of the ways I like to work on impulsion is doing transitions within a gate or more simply put collecting and lengthening As the horse progresses circles figures of eight and lateral work can also aid in creating impulsion with the horse Straightness The fifth level of the Dressage Pyramid is Straightness This focuses on the longitudinal axis of the horse The horse is traveling straight when the inside hind leg follows behind the inside front leg and the outside hind leg follows behind the outside front leg whether the horse is on a curve or a straight line Straightness like most things with horses is an ongoing process Horses like people have a dominant side so it is naturally easier for them to go one way Also the horse is wider in the hindquarters than it is in the front This can lead to a horse being crooked A crooked horse will put more wear and tear on its legs as more weight will be put on a particular leg We teach horses to go straight by teaching them to bend to the left and to bend to the right not by making the horse go in a straight line Exercises that I like to use for this are circles figures of eight serpentines shoulderin Travers Renvers and even countercanter Collection At the very top of the Pyramid we have Collection When the horse is collected he will shift his weight from the front end to the hindquarter and the horse s poll will become the highest point while the horse achieves flexion at the jaw and the poll This creates a horse with uphill balance which we prefer Impulsion starts with the brain of the horse not the legs Photo by Collin Pierson Photography 76 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS When talking about the different exercises in collections we must differentiate between collecting March April 2017

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The horse is traveling straight when the inside hind leg follows behind the inside front leg and the outside hind leg follows behind the outside front leg Photo by Jump Media We teach horses to go straight by teaching them to bend to the left and to bend to the right not by making the horse go in a straight line Photo by Jump Media exercises and collected exercises The main difference is the balance of the horse In collecting exercises the balance of the horse is lower to let the horse use his back more while in collected exercises the poll is the highest point of the horse while the horse has self carriage Collecting exercises can include any exercise that helps the horse shift its weight from front to back such as a half halt rein back or shoulder in Collected exercises can be collected variations at each gait including collected walk collected trot and collected canter along with some upper level dressage movements such as piaffe passage and canter pirouettes I hope after reading this you too can see the value in following the Dressage Pyramid Whether you are riding in the Adult Hunters Big Equitation or Grand Prix Show Jumping you and your horse can benefit from following these techniques Collection creates a horse with uphill balance which we prefer Photo by Jump Media About Greg Franklin Greg Franklin is the head trainer at Canterbury Farm in Hampshire IL For over 35 years Franklin has ridden hunters and jumpers to numerous championships nationally and has brought home numerous Zone 5 Horse of the Year awards Franklin has qualified horses and riders for the Pennsylvania National Washington International and the National Horse Shows including the Medal and Maclay Finals He has also shown internationally at Canada s Spruce Meadows in the 1 40m and 1 45m divisions and is a certified trainer with USHJA Additionally Franklin holds his R card in Hunters Hunter Seat Equitation and Jumpers and judges throughout the country For more information visit www canterburyfarmchicago com March April 2017 YOUR NEWS YOUR SPORT YOUR BUSINESS 77

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BLENHEIM 2017 SHOW SCHEDULE Blenheim Spring Classic I March 22 26 2017 25 000 Grand Prix Blenheim Spring Classic II March 29 April 2 2017 25 000 Grand Prix USHJA National Pony Hunter Derbies Blenheim Spring Classic III April 5 9 2017 40 000 Grand Prix WCHR Week Blenheim Spring Classic IV April 11 15 2017 25 000 50 000 Grand Prix USHJA International Hunter Derby Showpark Spring Festival April 27 30 2017 Showpark Ranch Coast Classic May 9 14 2017 25 000 60 000 Grand Prix WCHR Week USHJA International Hunter Derby Blenheim June Classic I June 7 11 2017 25 000 30 000 Grand Prix WCHR Week USHJA WCHR Spectacular Zone 10 Young Rider Final Trials Blenheim June Classic II June 14 18 2017 30 000 Grand Prix USHJA International Pony Hunter Derbies Blenheim June Classic III June 21 25 2017 30 000 Grand Prix USHJA National Pony Hunter Derbies West Coast Pony Hunter Challenge Blenheim Red White Blue Classic June 28 July 2 2017 30 000 Grand Prix USHJA Pony Hunter Derby Showpark Summer Festival July 19 23 2017 25 000 30 000 Grand Prix 18 USEF USHJA PCHA Sanctioned Hunter Jumper Shows SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO DEL MAR LAS VEGAS SHOWPARK COM

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EQUISPORTS THEPLACETOBE FOR DEVELOPING HORSES RIDERS US Junior Hunter Finals West USHJA Hunterdon Equitation Cup Del Mar Horse Park July 24 25 2017 Showpark Racing Festival July 26 30 2017 40 000 Grand Prix USHJA National Hunter Derby Showpark August Festival August 2 6 2017 25 000 30 000 Grand Prix Blenheim Summer Classic August 16 20 2017 30 000 Grand Prix CPHA Medal Finals Showpark Summer Classic August 23 27 2017 25 000 50 000 Grand Prix Sallie B Wheeler US National Hunter Breeding Championships CPHA Foundation Finals Pending Federation Association Approvals b l e n h e i m and so much more Blenheim Fall Tournament September 13 17 2017 30 000 Grand Prix Interactive Mortgage Horses 10 U Futurity Finals ASPCA Maclay Regionals USHJA National Hunter Derby CPHA Green Hunter 3 3 3 Incentive Finals BES Young Hunter Championships International Jumping Festival Blenheim September 20 24 2017 30 000 Grand Prix USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals West Young Jumper Championships West Young Jumper Futurity 4 yr old Regionals North American League NAL West Coast Hunter Jumper Finals The Las Vegas National November 14 19 2017 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Las Vegas Markel Grand Prix Series Finals Interactive Mortgage U25 Series Finals USHJA National Hunter Derby WCE Medal Finals Show Jumping Hall of Fame JR AO Jumper Final West e q u i s p o r t s APP

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CLUB NEWS Board of Directors BoardofDirectors einw org Diana Axness Trish Camozzi Ekberg Gunn Cooper Meika Decher Merridy Hance Penny Leggott Kathryn Lewis Sarah Johnson Chris Bredeson Laurie McLaughlin w w w EINW o rg Administration President s Report Membership Bookkeeper Volunteers Grants Website Email By Diana Axness If you haven t done so already it s time to renew your EI membership for 2017 Last year EI bucked the trend for equine membership clubs and actually had more members in 2016 than we did in 2015 we grew by 7 The board would like to see this continue in 2017 At a recent board meeting we discussed ways to make the EI membership even more relevant and enticing Of course our members love receiving the Flying Changes and USDF Connections magazines Additionally there are great discounts on clinics and some competitions According to the governing body rules we aren t allowed to offer discounts on some recognized competitions but we do offer discounts on the entry fees on every clinic and competition which we are allowed to do so For 2017 each of the divisions were challenged to make sure they have either a year end awards program or offer special awards to the highest places EI members at competitions Stay tuned to see what new and exciting things the divisions roll out Dressage Report By Gunn Cooper By the time you read this our first event of the year Learn to Scribe will be behind us We have eight people signed up to learn how to become able scribes and hopefully go on to volunteer for our Schooling Shows first and then graduate to scribe for our recognized shows Our own Teresa Stewart r dressage judge will be the teacher this year ably assisted by Kathryn Lewis Next up will be the first segment in our Gribbons Fore Dressage Clinic series to be held on April 8th and 9th By the time 80 you read this we will have already selected the eight riders to be in this clinic Their names will be posted on the EI dressage clinic website This first segment will be taught by Anne Gribbons and held at Bear Creek Farm in Woodinville On Friday April 7th we will have a lecture presentation by Anne for all riders and auditors Place and time is yet to be determined but it will be in the evening and include food and drinks This evening event is included in the rider and auditor fee We really encourage as many auditors as possible to attend this clinic series since it is designed to primarily be an educational event for the riders as well as the auditors If you are a student of any of the open riders 50 of your audit fee will be credited against your trainer s rider fee so this would not only be a great way for you to support your trainer but also an awesome educational opportunity for yourself For all the info regarding this clinic series go to einw org diana einw org trish einw org gunn einw org meika einw org merridy einw org penny einw org kathryn einw org sarah einw org chris einw org lauriemc einw org membership einw org bookkeeper einw org volunteers einw org grants einw org webmaster einw org Driving Events Clinic driving einw org Sarah Johnson Diana Axness Merridy Hance Leslie McGinnis sarah einw org diana einw org merridy einw org leslie einw org Eventing Horse Trials Clinics eventing einw org Meika Decher Penny Leggott Heidi Hansen meika einw org penny einw org heidi einw org Dressage Shows Clinics dressage einw org Gunn Cooper Markay Kerr Kathryn Lewis Peter Rothschild Kaye Phaneuf gunn einw org markay einw org kathryn einw org pgr tsandm com phaneuf canby com Sport Horse Breeding Shows Clinics Chris Bredeson Laurie McLaughlin Eventing Report chris einw org lauriemc einw org By Meika Decher One of the important tenants of EI s bylaws is to provide educational experiences for our members I have been caught up for the last few years with being Equestrians Institute Horse Trials organizer and have not emphasized eventing clinics on the calendar In fact the last clinician I brought in for EI was a disaster He was unfriendly denigrating and plain old not nice to amateur women He was nice to professionals and juniors but the backbone to our events are the amateurs and I could not figure out why in the world he did not do better by that demographic www EINW org Clinics can be a testing and revealing situation for a rider Sometimes they are a shot of adrenaline a wake up call or at worst a clinician can set you back 5 steps You are putting yourself at the mercy of a stranger who will only see you and your horse on two days not like a coach who sees you regularly It can be risky Every March 2017

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rider who signs up for a clinic should vet the clinician Make sure that someone you know and trust has ridden with them and that you are putting yourself in a positive situation Last thing you want to do is pay good money to take backward steps in your training professional riders and more amazing with amateurs and juniors no matter the level Beyond that he is just a really great person to be around and the horses know it too I have ridden with him myself and I can vouch for a very productive clinic for you and your horse Couple years later and a lot wiser I am back to putting on a clinic that we ALL will love Driving Report EI will host Yves Sauvignon at Polestar Farm on March 25 26 and I could not be more excited for it Not only is the timing perfect for getting you and your horse back in shape but you could not ask for a better clinician Yves is amazing with By Sarah Johnson AEI Driving is continuing on with our behind the scenes machinations to get ready for our fair weather events One change that is coming this year will be our adoption of the new USEF vaccination policy and we want to give all participants every opportunity to be ready for the changes 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 da te on all EI news and events S ubscription to Flying Changes Magaz ine 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 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expiration date of the vaccine OR if your horse cannot receive vaccines due to a prior adverse reaction an official letter from a vet describing why this horse should not receive vaccines due to medical concerns AND a log of the horse s temperature taken twice daily for seven days prior to arrival at the event These horses must also have their temperatures taken and recorded twice daily while on the competition grounds I know that these rules can seem obtrusive but I personally feel better knowing that my horses are safer with these rules in place than without them They do so much for me I would hate to feel that I wasn t doing all that I could to keep them healthy and happy And I think I m not alone So look for these changes in the coming Omnibuses and entry forms And happy driving to you all Sport Horse Breeding Report By Laurie McLaughlin O u r 2 0 1 6 b re e d s h o w a n d championship series was one of our most successful based on the feedback we received from the competitors 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 2017 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 2017 please remember to also identify yourself as a breeder or interested in sport horse breeding as well 81

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CLUB NEWS Oregon Dressage Society The Volte We discussed the need to innovate and help relieve the load of work that Corinne does in the office by having new technology that works for us i e online membership cards roster etc One system Corinne explored had a huge plus of having a system which has automatic credit card processing that would deposit into our checking account two to four times per month This is not only for membership but also for event registration So when we offer an L program instructor trainer Fall Festival and Youth camp The registration will all be able to be done via the website not managed separately using different types of systems We might be able to also add horse show registration through the system Imagine how easy that would make entering shows Last year the board had voted to discontinue the omnibus for multiple reasons but the production of the omnibus was becoming more time consuming less popular with show management more expensive to print mail and by the time it was produced out of date We felt that the ODS calendar would be able to provide the same information So please check out the ODS calendar for 82 2017 Executive Committee President Gaye McCabe 503 378 0309 j g mccabe juno com President Elect Ed Miller 541 890 5085 eamgroup aol com Secretary Valerie Hallberg Stallings 541 4409257 valerie barneystrophy com Treasurer Dolores Morgan 360 703 7839 doloresmorgan mindspring com w w w o re g o n d re s s a g e c o m ODS President s Note The 2017 ODS retreat was well attended and I was excited to see a lot of new faces I made the theme change is in the air This became particularly relevant after our treasurer Dolores outlined the budget this year and showed that without changes we would be in the red Not included was any potential income from the ODS Championship Show the League Finals and the Fall Festival This really drove home the point of how much ODS is depending on income from these shows to provide the programs and benefits our members enjoy The budget presented provided that we could break even if we did not produce the roster The members attending the meeting felt that we really need to produce one and Karen Cheeke offered to bring the need to the Mid Valley Chapter and ask if they would provide the needed funds I am pleased to announce that Mid Valley Chapter has agreed to fund the roster this year Oregon Dressage Society is a USDF Group Member ODS members are automatically USDF Group Members your shows and information on other ODS programs There are also several volunteers who have been busy creating Facebook event pages for shows and events that will be a hub of information for anyone interested and these pages provide a place for competitors volunteers management and friends to interact RSVP ask questions etc Until next month Gaye McCabe ODS President Attention High School Dressage Seniors Scholarship application deadline is April 1 If you are a graduating Senior involved in the High School Dressage program and will be attending college next year you may apply for the ODS College Scholarship The application and guidelines are posted on the ODS Website s High School page If you need any assistance please feel free to contact Gaye McCabe at J G McCabe Juno com or call her at 503 378 0309 ODS Office Winter Hours Office hours are still Tuesday and Thursday from 9 1 or by appointment Our office will be closed from March 24 April 1 for NW Horse Fair Expo and Spring Break please plan accordingly Watch the website for changes to office hours which may happen for spring term If you have an urgent situation and cannot reach our parttime staff person please contact an ODS Officer or Director as listed here in Flying Changes or on the ODS Website Help Wanted Volunteers The ODS Office has a webpage for volunteer opportunities It is http www oregondressage com volunteer html In addition to volunteer requests on this page our office is seeking helpers for various projects which could be done in person at our office in Hillsboro or remotely keeping webpages updated merchandise coordination organizing mailings and more We are also seeking a chair and several committee members Please call the ODS Office at 503 681 2337 for info www OregonDressage 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 Emily Kenyon 541 510 1761 emii18 yahoo com Gaye McCabe Ed Miller Regional Representatives North Region 2 Kathy Casey 971 506 7786 kathycaseydressage gmail com Tom Murray 626 644 3008 tommurraydressage gmail com Central Region Karen Cheeke 541 740 8837 kontessakeen hotmail com South Region Cassi Soule 541 817 7277 weatheringsprings yahoo com East Region Sharm Daggett 541 426 3728 sharm wallowacounty com Committee Chairs Adult Committee Francy Haupt 971 8322260 dqhorsestuff comcast net Awards Committee Ed Miller See President Elect Championship Show Jennifer Milburn 541 231 7247 dressageshowmanager gmail com Competitions Committee Vacant DSHB Committee Diane Nauman 541 6197943 nauman yahoo com Finance Committee Dolores Morgan see Treas Para Committee Karina Molatore 503 5238084 karina molatore gmail com Youth Committee Gaye McCabe see Pres 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 ODS League Shows Vacant Awards DSHB Dolores Morgan see Treas Awards Special Joyce Stride 503 647 0168 Editor Policies Procedures Ed Miller see Awards ODS Librarian Francy Haupt see Adult Committee 4H Liaison Joyce Stride 503 647 0168 Historian Kim Hixson 509 698 6778 Chapter Officers Listed on ODS Website Central Office Corinne Tindal Stonier Executive Director 503 681 2337 503 681 3873 fax office oregondressage com March 2017

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ODS Licensed and League Shows Please remember to check the ODS calendar often for changes Many shows have chosen to apply for ODS Approval late this year Contact the ODS Office if you have questions about a particular show CHAPTER NEWS Fort Vancouver This year all volunteers at the schooling shows will be given raffle tickets for the hours that they work You will be able to enter them into drawing at the end of the season for the prizes of your choice Right now we have Lessons discounts on clinic and a free horse sheet of your color Anyone with more prizes to donate please contact Jennifer Allen globetrekkerjen gmail com We are collecting inexpensive stuff 5 00 to put into the volunteer gift box at the shows You can drop off the stuff at Summerfield Farm or bring to the next meeting Future Activities Carol Ramsey said her barn was available to host an obstacle ride to be held sometime in July August or September The fields will be dry enough to park trailers Nancy Connolly offered to give a talk on confirmation Chris Malone offered to demonstrate braiding Have someone put together a working equitation clinic A chapter trail ride at Whipple Creek and movie night were mentioned The Horse Expo is March 3 4 5 at the Clark County Fairgrounds The chapter needs a treasurer for next year March 2017 who should start apprenticing with Lorraine so she could show them the ropes for a year Lower Puget Sound Plans for this year 2017 Our annual Awards Banquet and Silent Auction will be held at the Inn at Gig Harbor on February 4 2017 High Point awards will be given to a Youth Adult Amateur and Open Rider and 1st 8th place awards will be given out to riders in each of these divisions Intro Grand Prix On February 24 26th Cynthia Collins will return for a Freestyle Clinic which has already filled On April 7th our chapter will host a Show Season Strategy Workshop with Jennifer Verharen at the Gig Harbor Library We are also planning a New Member Welcome and Volunteer Clinic to be held later in April The first two shows of the season will be held on May 6th and 7th at the Kitsap Saddle Club Amanda Wilgenburg L is our judge for Saturday and Anne Appleby R is our judge for Sunday In June we will head to Sawda Equestrian Center for our Jolly June shows on June 10th and 11th Lisa Boyer L is our judge on Saturday and Patricia Morine L is our judge on Sunday Our Sizzling Summer show will be held on July 9th at Chalice Farms with Debbie Spence R A Ride Review Clinic will follow on Sunday On August 12th and 14th we will be at the Bainbridge Island Saddle Club for Hot www OregonDressage com August Nights 1 2 Kimberly Wiese L is our judge on Saturday and Linda CoatesMarkel L is our judge on Sunday Our Final Fall Fling will be held at Lazy K Stables on Sunday September 3rd with Jennifer Verharen L Members need to ride in 3 of our shows to qualify for year end awards and must volunteer a minimum of 6 hours throughout the show season Two additional shows will count towards our year end awards program These shows will be held at the Bainbridge Island Saddle Club on May 6th and October 7th In July or August we will have our 5th annual summer BBQ for our members hosted by Sandra Schugren and Ric Seymour This is a great time for our members to come together and enjoy great food drinks and live music by The Nightmates Last but not least on October 14th and 15th our chapter will offer a clinic with Mike Osinski S The clinic will be held at Chalice Farms on October and is open to members and non members Auditors are welcome Twin Rivers Chapter TRC has a few things coming up for February and March First we have our clinician Heather Oleson joining us again for the weekend of February 25 and 26th rides are 150 a ride or 15 a day to audit Lunch and snacks provided If you would like more information please contact Jaimie Lewellyn at jannelewellyn gmail com We have a tack sale on March 12th from 10 4 at Eskay Equestrians If you have any tack you d like to sell please contact Sally 541 7290960 or sjt89not epud net or Jaimie 541 844 6521 or jannelewellyn gmail com Please leave a message and they ll return your calls with necessary tack sale info Lastly we have a schooling show on the 19th from 9 5 located at Silver Tail Farm in Creswell Oregon All of the information for our upcoming events can be viewed on the Twin Rivers Chaper of ODS facebook page 83

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CLUB NEWS Oregon Region of the United States Pony Clubs For all inquiries please contact oregonregionboard gmail com w w w o re g o n p o n y c l u b o rg A large contingent from the Oregon Region headed to Los Angeles in January for the 2017 United States Pony Club Equine Symposium and Convention The Convention is an annual event that includes organizational meetings a trade fair social events and a variety of workshops on horse related topics Elements of the five day event are geared to volunteers parents instructors and youth and adult Pony Club members Club and regional leaders from Oregon attended useful training sessions about financial management volunteer recruitment and retention developing effective programming delivering consistent curriculum and problem solving We had the opportunity to brainstorm with leaders from around the country and learn best practices that will make us more effective in guiding our local clubs Some workshops included Pony Clubspecific options such as how to develop an effective plan for taking a Pony Club certification exam and understanding Pony Club standards and expectations Many workshops offered valuable horse knowledge about topics including conformation nutrition veterinary care saddle fitting and balanced riding Lesser known disciplines such as western vaulting distance riding polo and polocrosse were highlighted in fun and interactive sessions Members were able to play polocrosse games on foot and try out a vaulting barrel Workshops geared to horse professionals included equine legal and ethical issues lesson planning and marketing Perennial favorite Daniel Stewart gave energetic and interactive seminars about turning setbacks into comebacks and maintain 84 confidence and positive thinking in the show ring The Oregon Region was pleased to send two representatives to this year s National Youth Congress The NYC provides leadership training to 18 21 year old Pony Club members They are charged with making meaningful contributions to the larger world through mentoring and networking NYC delegates share ideas with peers from around the country and learn from successful alumni who bring the voice of experience to the discussions Our very deserving Oregon delegates Jodelle and Mikayla described the NYC workshops as meaningful and inspiring Mikayla was honored for achieving her A certification in 2016 This is the highest level offered in Pony Club and represents a significant achievement many years in the making A highlight of Convention was the Anatomy Room Veterinarians displayed and explained actual equine body parts Pony Club members were able to see just how large a horse s heart really is and see intestine lungs a sectioned horse head and even a fetus Some members handled the specimens and some were content to watch but everyone learned something new Oregon Region Clubs Canterwood Camas SW Washington Columbia Winds Portland Hillsboro St Helens Fox Hills Ridgefield SW Washington High Lakes Central Oregon Bend Highland Riders Beavercreek Iron Horse Portland Beaverton Sherwood Jumps Jodhpurs Eugene Corvallis Mount Hood Hood River Columbia Gorge Oregon Trail Lake Oswego West Linn Patton Valley Forest Grove Hillsboro Rogue Valley Southern Oregon Rose City Portland Beaverton Sherwood Willamette Valley Salem In addition to all the valuable information we learned attendees of this year s convention had the opportunity to socialize meet new friends and have fun Mark your calendar for the 2018 Equine Symposium and Convention in Kentucky horse capital of the world Pony For more information visit us at Oregon ponyclub org Willowbrook Clark County WA www oregon ponyclub org www oregon ponyclub org March 2017

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CLUB NEWS OHJA Board Members President Beka Swan Oregon Hunter Jumper Association Vice President Kathy Hall 971 404 5296 khall pnwequinelaw com Treasurer Joe Regan 626 644 6771 arborgroveequestrian gmail com Secretary Katy George w w w o re g o n h u n t e r j u m p e r o rg JEF Committee Are you a junior rider Are you interested in leadership opportunities Are you interested in meeting other junior riders throughout the state for fun events dunk tank If you answered yes to any of these questions then the Junior Equestrian Fund is the committee for you The Junior Equestrian Fund is now looking for JEF Committee members We are looking for three outgoing dedicated and fun loving members who would like to actively participate in JEF s fundraising efforts activities and overall community involvement If you would like to apply please submit a paragraph including why you would like to be involved in JEF and how you would be able to contribute to the Junior Equestrian Fund All committee members will be eligible for JEF scholarships Please submit your applications through the contact page of OHJA s website oregonhunterjumper org contact select the JEF advisor as the person to contact no later than March 31 Decisions will be made by April 15 503 349 0314 beka swantraining net 503 853 1050 george uoregon edu If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our three JEF Representatives Grace Salmon gracesalmon8 gmail com Kara Hix kara hix gmail com or Izzy Lively izzytlively gmail com Jumper Representative Brooke McLeod 541 821 3444 bmcleod1225 gmail com OHJA Committees Volunteers Needed Equitation Representative Leah Lively 503 442 2624 lclively gmail com There are several OHJA committees that are in need of volunteers So you have an interest in marketing and or social media Are you good with computer graphics and design Maybe looking for a school project that involves communications If so the OHJA s Social Media and Marketing Committee is looking for committee members to assist with design marketing social media and fundraising efforts Please contact Leah Lively at lclively gmail for more information Other committees include Education Banquet and Information and Technology We need people with all different skill sets to help with different aspects of the organization so please contact Hunter Representative Dustin Goodwin 971 219 8586 dustingoodwin00 gmail com Members at Large Martha Brooks Elise Conlee Robin Rothe Trish Helmer 541 944 1797 360 607 4630 520 358 1079 503 730 8416 Junior Reps Grace Salmon Kara Hix Isabelle Lively the committee heads for any that you may be interested in helping with USHJA Horsemanship Quiz Take advantage of continuing your equine education with the USHJA Horsemanship Quiz Challenge for a chance to win great prizes The program is open to USHJA members who were not 21 years old as of December 1st of 2016 Participants take two levels of tests to be eligible for the HQC finals Both levels need to be completed by September 1st For more information visit the USHJA website https www ushja org programs youth HQC_home aspx You will also find the official study guide that is used for composing the OHJA Medal Finals written test Remember to Join for 2017 Points Before heading off to the early spring horse shows make sure you your horse and your trainer have joined OHJA for the 2017 season in order for your points to count towards year end awards Nonprofit Corporate Rewards Program Do you shop on Amazon or at Fred Meyer Please sign up for Amazon Smile or Fred Meyer Rewards for the OHJA A percentage of what you spend will be donated to the organization Medal Finals Practice Which of the following are problems that can occur in a horse s mouth A Parrot Mouth B Step Mouth C Wave Mouth D All of the Above Answer D All of the above page 15 of the Horsemanship Quiz Study Guide For more information see the Horsemanship Quiz Study Guide on the USHJA website 86 www OregonHunterJumper org March 2017

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CLUB NEWS Washington State Hunter Jumper Association WSHJA 2016 Board of Directors Contact info available on wshja org 2017 WSHJA BOARD 65 TH Y ear w w w W S H JA o rg WSHJA ENTERS ITS 65TH YEAR Did you know that WSHJA turns 65 this year To celebrate our beloved community s sapphire anniversary we ve gone sapphire ourselves Be on the lookout for more Sapphire Celebrations as the year continues SPRING NATIONAL HUNTER TO FEATURE 1000 GROOMS CLASS The Spring National Hunter show returns as a AA Premiere Hunter and WCHR horse show This year the show will introduce a 1000 Grooms Class where contenders will show horses in hand The class will be judged on turnout and handling of the horse and entry is free 1000 prize money will be awarded to the top competitors 2017 WSHJA HORSE SHOW DATES Spring National Inaugural Hunter Jumper Show April 5 9 WSHJA GOES GREEN WITH ITS PRIZE LIST FOR 2017 SPRING NATIONAL SHOW CIRCUIT In an effort to reduce paper waste this year s Spring National prize list is available online Visit www wshja org to view and download the prize list If you have any questions or would like to request an electronic copy of the prize list please contact memberservices wshja org INTRODUCING JUMPER CLASSES TO THE SPRING NATIONAL INAUGURAL The Spring National Show Circuit returns to the Evergreen County Fairgrounds in Monroe WA featuring the Spring National Inaugural and Spring National Hunter horse shows The Spring National Inaugural will feature jumper classes 0 7m 1 15m including Children s Adult Amateur Jumper divisions and classics The show will also award a special prize to the barn that brings the most jumpers to the show Be sure to bring your jumpers to the show this year Spring National Hunter Show AA WCHR April 11 16 President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Hunter Rep Equitation Rep Amateur Rep Pony Rep Jumper Rep Junior Reps Shelly Kerron Quinn Partridge Nancy Lewis Nora Thomas Heather MacDonald Peter Brandon Jamie Smith Katherine Wade Easley Olivia Brandon Members at Large Tory Bova Lizzie Kerron Bo Masters Sara Peterson Clare Warren www WSHJA org Evergreen Classic August 9 13 NW Autumn Classic AA WCHR September 13 17 October Classic October 11 15 JOIN WSHJA TODAY Help WSHJA produce great horse shows and join or renew your membership and record your horses for WSHJA s 2017 season Join online today at www wshja org to ensure that all of your points are recorded INTRODUCING JUMPER CLASSES TO THE SPRING NATIONAL INAUGURAL WSHJA is now on twitter Look for WSHJANews to stay apprised of exciting news and updates 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 March 2017 w w w W S H J A o rg 87

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CLUB NEWS Woodbrook Hunt Club Lakewood WA w w w w o o d b ro o k h u n t c l u b c o m Horses hounds whips horns dinner and dancing what more could you ask for We re celebrating our 90th anniversary of hunting in the PNW In past years nonmembers have won our horn blowing AND whip cracking contest Dress up in your best 1920 s finery fabulous dinner at the Tacoma Golf and Country Club with a silent and live auction and then dance your feet off foxhunters do know how to party Adult tickets are 125 juniors are 75 and patrons are 175 and include a big swag bag of goodies Everyone is welcome to join us For tickets contact Sandra Graf at blairgale msn com 253 353 3246 Huntsman Jenn Hansen s Report As we enter our sixth and final full month of hunting for the 2016 17 season I am thrilled with how quarry hounds and staff have all reached beyond what I thought possible in my first two seasons as huntsman Our Fox Club runners and riders who lay our drag lines are more familiar with their territory and have crafted ways to stay ahead of hounds for miles The hounds a pack that includes drafts from six MFHA hunts as well as Woodbrook bred hounds are hunting very well together and showing great teamwork in accounting for our quarry And thank you to my whips who have adapted and learned a different style of drag hunting For most of them I am the fourth huntsman they have served each with our own oddities and preferences As a team we continue to learn about our country and the challenge of telling hounds some beautiful pristine areas are off limits WHC hunt staff volunteers two to three days each week for ten months of the year July April They are my assistants in training the hounds and accompany us walking out taking the hounds on mounted exercise and hunting Our sport relies on them and their horses So the next time you are feeling that adrenaline and euphoria we feel at the end of a great run thank a whip Often on hunt days they are riding wide with ears and eyes wide open just in case their service in needed Much thanks to all my whips especially Sr Jt MFH Mike Wager Jt MFH Tami Masters Cathy Elledge Patty Stiemert and my right hand kennelmadam Sarah Glaser Tally ho Hounds Walk Fort Steilacoom Park Thankfully JBLM training areas only close for a maximum of four consecutive days so we have not experienced multi weekend closures as we have in the past But four days is still a long wait if you are a hound So while JBLM was closed over MLK weekend an enthusiastic group of masters and members met up at Fort Steilacoom Park in Lakewood on Sunday January 15 2017 Each member was given a hound and we walked the 22 acre off leash dog park as a pack because that s how we roll We all had a great time 88 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 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 Board of Directors Debbie Flynn President Sharon Scott Vice President Andrea Lorig Secretary Deborah Giddings Treasurer Emily Rang Ex Ef Karl Klein Trustee Michelle Hoedeman Trustee Cathy Elledge Trustee Missy McGan Trustee Earl McNally Trustee Patty Steimert Trustee 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 www WoodbrookHuntClub com March 2017

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and our hounds were impeccably behaved especially considering this was a very new experience for them We re almost ready for a parade Membership As of February 9 2017 WHC is 107 members strong Our newest additions three junior members just voted in are Ethan McMurphy Celine Koller and Annie DeFranco Memberships are now half off and are good until our Opening Hunt in early October almost seven months of fun and WHC has a full roster of summertime activities both social and on horseback We ll also be holding some introduction to foxhunting events so email us at woodbrookhuntclub gmail com to get on our friends mailing list or like us on Facebook to keep track of what events we have planned If you have questions about membership or the roster please contact Michelle Hoedeman michelle2teach hotmail com Earning Your Colors With WHC As the season is coming to a close new members that wish to work on earning their colors a minimum two year process should check the WHC website under the membership tab is a section on this Adult members with colors have earned the right to ride at the front of their field with the fieldmaster Men are allowed a pink or scarlet red hunting coat and brown boot tops women may wear the scarlet WHC colors on their collars and add black patent leather tops to their boots Junior coats have a red ribbon sewn around their collars to signify they have earned their colors It s a tradition going back hundreds of years For more information contact Sr Advisory MFH RJ Argenzio West or MFH Melody Fleckenstein at woodbrookhuntclub gmail com April 2017 1st Sat 2nd Sun 11am Hunter Pace 11am Closing Hunt T he hound exercises a re a good introduction for riders wanting to try foxhunting they are walk trot only and great fun 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 there is no charge for a range pass First Hunter Pace of the WHC Series will be held Saturday April 1st Each year WHC holds a series of Hunter Paces for teams of 2 3 or more riders The course is a 3 5 mile ride through the beautiful woods and prairie that surround the hunt clubhouse Dress is informal and all jumps have go arounds If you don t have a partner we will find you one Three flights are available for riders each timed to a specific pace for that flight These include Full Cry or first flight at a pace that would be on the heels of the huntsman and hounds and includes galloping Fieldmaster or second flight a walk trot and canter group and Hilltopper flight a flight that goes as fast as the slowest rider is comfortable with Adults are 30 00 juniors are 20 and lunch will be served First rider on course at 10 00 am and last rider on at 2 00 pm For more information contact Cathy Elledge at cquazi7 gmail com Closing Hunt is Sunday April 2nd Join us for our Closing Hunt on Sunday following the Hunter Pace we ll be leaving the kennels at 11 00 am We ll have three flights for all levels of riders and return to the clubhouse for the traditional wonderful hot hunt breakfast Adult guest capping fees are 50 children 25 and breakfast is a 10 donation to the Hound Fund Neighbors can use their Free Cap Card that you received at our Progressive Holiday Party to join us at any hunt including our closing hunt tally ho Last Chance for Raffle Tickets Raffle ticket winners will be drawn at the hunt ball on March 18th and you do not need to be present to win The prizes are a 500 gift certificate to the PNW s premier tack shop Olsen s Tack Shop entry fees to a Jumpernite show as well as an Aspen Farms show and a full year membership of any category to the Woodbrook Hunt Club A limited number of tickets were printed so chances are good Tickets are 5 00 each or 5 for 20 00 contact Sharon Scott at sharonraescott gmail com to get yours Jt MFH and whip Mike Wager with the first flight behind Patty Stiemert whip Photo by Katrina Wallace Woodbrook Hunt Club Activities March 2017 3rd Fri 5th Sun 7th Tue 10th Fri 11th Sat 14th Tue 17th Fri 18th Sat 18th Sat 21st Tue 24th Fri 25th Sat 28th Tue 31st Fri March 2017 10am Hound Exercise 11am Hunt 10am Hound Exercise 10am Hound Exercise 11am Hunt 10am Hound Exercise 10am Hound Exercise 11am Hunt 90th Hunt Ball 10am Training Hunt 10am Hound Exercise 11am Trail Ride 10am Training Hunt 10am Hound Exercise www WoodbrookHuntClub com 89

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CLUB NEWS Area VII Regional Representatives Area Chair John Meriwether 425 785 2001 jmeriwet comcast net United States Eventing Association Area VII 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 Annual Meeting Providing real content to for members during the meeting is a priority and the feedback has been great Jennifer Verharen of Cadence Coaching presented two 90 minute workshops Goal Setting Strategic Planning for Riders and Peak Performance Maya Black USET Member and Area VII star gave her impressions of Eventing Cultures West meets East And as part of an outreach program USEA President Carol Kozlowski to got to know our needs and learn about Area VII The feedback we received was very supportive We d like to know what you would like to see at the Annual Meeting next January when we return to a Washington location Please drop me an email if you have suggestions comments or if you would like to join our organizing group The Silent Auction was a big success thanks to the Auction Chair Rachel McCart and to everyone who made a donation or bid The Silent Auction is how we pay for the bulk of the meeting the ribbons and awards I ask you to join me in thanking Rachel and Lorilee Hanson our Area Treasurer for the untold hours they gave helping me to put this celebration together for you Horse of the Year 1st Prince William owned and ridden by Mary Burke 2nd Huw Munges owned and ridden by Patience O Neal 3rd Cavalier owned and ridden by Martha Wheling 4th Souvenir owned and ridden by Louise Leslie 5th Sketchy Past owned and ridden by Stephanie Cooper Rider of the Year 1st Patience O Neal 2nd Karen O Neal 3rd Mary Burke 4th Jordan Linstedt 5th Louise Leslie Gallops Saddlery of Tigard Oregon who sponsored the Rider and Horse of the Year Highpoints as well as the beautiful Pessoa coolers for all of the High Point Champions as well as a table full of Silent Auction items Thank you Diane Snow Patty Cameron and the wonderful staff at Gallops 90 Young Rider Rep Kristin Holderman kristinh9 gmail com Although we have celebrated so many High Point Winners I would like to say congratulations once more to Mary Burke and Jordan Linstedt our Co Champions of the Advanced Division sponsored by Olson s Tack Shop of Bellevue Washington It takes an amazing dedication and horsemanship to make it to Advanced This is the first time we have had a tie at Advanced Rather than use a tie breaker we honored both of these outstanding equestriennes and wish them a wonderful 2017 We are proud to say they represent Area VII wherever they compete in the US in their custom Grand Prix Show Coats from Olson s Tack Thank you Mike Akers and Olson s Tack Shop We had another wonderful sponsorship from St Innocent Winery of the Willamette Valley who were our wine sponsors for the evening Their truly fine wines were such an incredible addition to the celebration Please take a moment to contact St Inncocent Winery and thank Mark and Vickianne Vlossak www stinnocentwine com And like all our sponsors please give them your business and tell them how much their support means to us Next Area Chair Rachel McCart has been selected to be our next Area Chair my final year She will be the Assistant Area Chair for this year Rachel has been a member on the Adult Rider Council in addition to being a partner organizing the Annual Meeting this year She brings to the Council legal expertise in the equine industry If you would like to get to know her better or discuss the future of Area VII her email address is Rachel equinelegalsolutions com 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 Louise Leslie 425 836 5616 louleslie msn com Rider Representatives Adult Amateur Catie Cejka Young Rider awaiting nomination 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 Area VII Council Members Melissa Beardsley 206 499 5592 Jordan Lindstedt 206 920 0930 Diane Snow John Camlin Brenda Mitleider Kevin Baumgardner 2016 Awards Young Rider Report The Young Rider program is offered through the USEA for riders twenty one years of age and younger of all levels of riding The purpose of the program is to www AreaVII org March 2017

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encourage our younger members to become involved in the sport of Eventing and continue this involvement into their adult lives Our organization seeks to promote a love of the sport as well as an appreciation and understanding of the horse while fostering the wonderful relationship that can develop between horse and rider Further involvement in this program helps to instill important moral values such as responsibility and work ethic as young riders grow into mature adults This program is divided into ten Areas throughout the country and each Area program is facilitated by a volunteer Young Rider Coordinator Each coordinator oversees the program for his her Area and sets up different educational and developmental activities their young riders to attend Camps clinics and seminars are usually offered often with Olympic athletes like Phillip Dutton Karen O Connor and Bobby Costello Each Area Young Rider program is divided into two sub programs or branches North American Junior Young Rider Championship NAJYRC and The Young Rider Advancement Program YRAP The NAJYRC branch focuses on developing and fronting riders and horses for the Championships each summer YRAP focuses on providing lower level young riders with the education and skills they need to progress through the levels and eventually into the ranks of the NAJYRC The USEA also offers a Young Rider Mentorship Program which gives young riders the opportunity to learn from experienced professionals The North American Junior Young Rider Championship will take place July 19 23 2017 at The Event At Rebecca Farms An athlete may compete as a junior from the beginning of the calendar year in which he reaches the age of 14 until the end of the calendar year in which he reaches the age of 18 12 31 1999 1 1 2003 An athlete may compete as a Young Rider from the beginning of the calendar year in which he reaches the age of 16 until the end of the calendar year in which he reaches the age of 21 12 31 1996 1 1 2001 The qualifying period begins January 1 20156 and ends June 21 2017 Please visit the NAJYRC Eventing Page for more information Our Area s Young Rider Coordinator is Karla Nichwander krnichwander gmail com Cell 770 314 7876 APRIL AD PLACED ACCEPTING NEW FARRIER CLIENTS Over 10 years of experience including work with Dr Mark Revenaugh DVM Apprenticed with Joe McKee Dedicated to ongoing education References available 503 830 9580 Wilsonville Oregon March 2017 www AreaVII org 91

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CALENDAR Also FlyingChanges com OF EVENTS 2017 March 2017 1 Schleese Saddle Fitting Sessions Northern CA CNDC and Nevada Contact Linda 800 225 2242 x 32 or email linda schleese com 4 5 Mountain Trail Schooling Show Series 3 Oregon Horse Center Eugene OR Contact Kimberly Moser kim oregonhorsecenter com or call 541 689 9700 9 11 L g ret Intro Clinic 3 days Open to all interested in riding with lightness and ease Clinician is Bertrand Ravoux from France He s Philippe Karl s most experienced School of L g ret instructor Auditors welcome At Cadbury Farm Carnation WA Details at w w w cadbur y farm com 11 12 Bridge City Spring Classic Dressage DevonWood Sherwood OR Contact Evin Rattner 503 974 1667 dwspring devonwoodec com 12 16th Annual Tack Sale 10 00 4 00 Twin Rivers Chapter of ODS Eugene OR For Information Contact sjt89not epud net or jamielewellyn gmail com 12 Daylight Savings Spring For ward HJ Schooling Show Lake Oswego HuntContact Janice Weis weisjl msn com or 503 961 2103 www lakeoswegohunt com for entry form 13 16 Philippe Karl s School of L g ret Course Clinic 4 days Watch and learn from professionals undergoing instruction to become certified L g ret riding instructors Single day single clinic and full course auditing available Evening lecture included Details at w w w cadburyfarm com L g ret riding with lightness and ease 18 19 USDF L Education Program Session B Judging Criteria for Gaits Paces Movements Figures with Trenna Atkins in Wilsonville OR www oregondressage com Franc y Haupt 971 832 2260 dqhorsestuff gmail com 23 26 Rally In the Valley Part 1 Dressage Oregon Horse Center Eugene OR Contact Heather Engstrom 541 689 9700 heather oregonhorsecenter com www oregonhorsecenter com 24 26 Northwest Horse Fair Expo Albany Oregon Contact Information jjcloe equinepromotions net or 765 655 2107 http equinepromotions net northwesthorse fair 25 26 Equestrians Institute Eventing Yves Sauvignon Clinic Polestar Farm Lake Stevens WA www einw org 25 26 George Williams Clinic Summervale Farm Roy Washington Auditor preregistration ends on March 10 2017 Summervalepremierdressage com Page 92 25 26 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com 30 2 Spring Hunter Jumper Show Clark County Fairgrounds Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541 342 5432 Fax 541 6859088 Mollie 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www triplerisehorseshows com April 2017 1 Oregon Dressage Society High School Program s College Scholarship Application Deadline more details on the ODS website or Gaye McCabe 503 378 0309 1 2 Mountain Trail Schooling Show Series 4 Oregon Horse Center Eugene OR Contact Kimberly Moser kim oregonhorsecenter com or call 541 6899700 2 3 Schleese Saddle Fitting Sessions Idaho Locations to be determined Call Liana at 800 225 2242 x 26 or email liana schleese com 4 14 Schleese Saddle Fitting Sessions Western Washington and Oregon For locations call Colleen at 800 225 2242 x 31 or email colleen schleese com 5 9 Spring National Inaugrual Monroe WA Contact Barbara Baierle 360 805 6711 dianjnsn aol com www wshja com 21 23 AHBAO Spring Classic Arabian Horse Breeders Assc OR Oregon Horse Center Eugene OR Contact Heather Engstrom 541 689 9700 heather o r e g o n h o r s e c e n t e r c o m w w w oregonhorsecenter com 21 23 High Desert Horse Expo Deschutes County Expo Center Redmond OR Contact Brandi Ebner 971 224 5879 brandi highdeser thorseexpo com www HighDesertHorseExpo com www Facebook com HighDesertHorseExpo 20 23 Conrad Schumacher will be teaching Thursday April 20 and Friday April 21 afternoons and all day 9 00 5 00 Saturday April 22 and Sunday April 23 Auditing 20 half day 35 including lunch full day Contact Merryl Vines 206 619 0145 or mtvtraining mindspring com for more info 22 23 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com 23 April 23 Equestrians Institute Dressage Schooling Show Bridle Trails Kirkland WA www einw org 28 30 AIMattheHoodArabianSportsHorseShow West Linn OR Contact Johanthan Howell 503 819 8765 hoodshowmanager gmail com www arabiansinmotion org 8 9 Anne Gribbons Clinic Equestrians Institute Dressage Clinic Series Part I Contact Gunn Cooper EI Dressage Director 206 8903198 or dressage einw org Location Bear Creek Farm Woodinville WA 29 Oregon Horse Country Foundation s Chips Chaps in Paradise Party Fundraiser for Oregon equine non profits April 29 Tualatin Country Club www OregonHorseCountryFoundation org Contact Teri LeVine 503 557 1513 Board OregonHorseCountryFoundation org 8 9 Through The Levels with Carl Hester West Coast Dressage Convention IV Del Mar Fairgrounds Del Mar CA www shproductions ca 5 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Members only jumper schooling 5pm Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 6 Peteton Farm Dressage schooling show Olympia WA Cynthia Dickinson 360 357 5763 petetonfarm23 yahoo com 8 Peteton Farm Dressage schooling show Olympia WA Cynthia Dickinson 360 3575763 petetonfarm23 yahoo com 8 10 Ashton Moore Clinic Contact Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com May 2017 11 16 Spring National Hunter Monroe WA Contact Barbara Baierle 360 805 6711 dianjnsn aol com www wshja com 6 7 Whidbey Equestrian Center Spring Dressage Coupeville WA Contact Marinea St Amand 360 678 8860 mari ridewec com 15 16 DevonWood in the Spring Dressage DevonWood Sherwood OR Contact Evin Rattner 888 329 3932 office devonwoodec com 6 7 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Hunter Jumper Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 19 23 Spring National Jumper Monroe WA Contact Barbara Baierle 360 805 6711 dianjnsn aol com www wshja com 6 7 Lower Puget Sounds Dressage Club Show Venue Kitsap Saddle Club Port Orchard WA Website at www lpsdc com Shows can be entered online within 30 days of the show 21 23 Karen O Neal Eventing Clinic at Washington State Horse Park Contact Natalie 406 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6 7 USDF L Education Program Session C Collective Marks Equitation Rider BioMechanics and Basics with Joan Darnell in Wilsonville OR www oregondressage com Franc y Haupt 971 832 2260 dqhorsestuff gmail com 6 Quarry Ridge Friendship Series HunterJumper Show Contact Julia Richard www quarryridgefarm com orjuliacookrichard gmail com or 360 909 8605 10 14 Mother s Day Classic Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541 342 5432 Fax 541 685 9088 Mollie 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www teamnw com 11 14 Spokane Sport Horse Farm 2nd Annual Spring H T Open Date Mar 28 Close Date Apr 25 www spokanesporthorse com 12 14 Spokane Sport Horse Spring Horse Trials Spokane WA Contact Christel Carlson 509 993 6786 ccarlson sp o k a n e sp o r th o r s e co m w w w spokanesprthorse com 13 Donida Farm Spring Fling 1 Auburn WA Contact Gwen Blake 360 507 9306 go410s aol com 13 Heart of the Valley Dressage Sherwood OR Secretary Siobhan Barker Manager Jennifer Milburn 541 231 7247 jennifer milburn oregonstate 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pending limited to Arabians Donida Farm Auburn WA www donidafarm com or Kaye 503 8803892 2 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Members only jumper schooling 5pm Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 2 4 Mountain Trail Schooling Show Series Final Oregon Horse Center Eugene OR Contact Kimberly Moser kim oregonhorsecenter com or call 541 6899700 17 21 Pacific Northwest Hunter Jumper Monroe WA Contact Barbara Baierle 360 8056711 dianjnsn aol com www wshja com 3 Quarry Ridge Friendship Series HunterJumper Show Contact Julia Richard www quarryridgefarm com orjuliacookrichard gmail com or 360 909 8605 19 21 GEORGE MORRIS CLINIC at Potcreek Meadow Farm Approved USHJA Trainer Certification Program event Scholarship available for WA State residents Contact jeff potcreek com 206 669 3440 www whjf org 3 Peteton Farm Dressage schooling show Olympia WA Cynthia Dickinson 360 3575763 petetonfarm23 yahoo com 3 4 Summervale Spring Dressage Festival Roy WA Contact Paula Helm 425 457 1105 paula helm gmail com www summervalepremierdressage com 19 21 Equestrians Institute Driving Everything but the Kitchen Sink Driven Dressage Pleasure Driving Show DT Schooling etc Ethel Events Center Ethel WA www einw org 19 20 Meadow Wood Dressage Opener Bonnie Hammond 425 330 2950 meadowwoodec gmail com www meadowwoodec com 3 4 AHA Region 5 Sport Horse Championships AHA USEF USDF pending limited to Arabians Donida Farm Auburn WA www donidafarm com or Kaye 503 880 3892 3 4 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Hunter Jumper Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 20 Foxfire Farms Dressage Schooling Show Eagle Creek OR Nancy Barnes 503 6306951 foxfirefarms2 aol com 3 4 Meadow Wood Two Rivers Dressage Bonnie Hammond 425 330 2950 meadowwoodec gmail com www meadowwoodec com 20 Freeman Farm Horse Show H J Contact Laurie Freeman Swanson lfsfreemanfarm molalla net or 503 829 2528 3 5 Ashton Moore Clinic Contact Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com 20 21 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com 9 11 Aspen Farms H T Open Date Apr 25 Close Date May 23 www aspenfarmseventing com 21 Equestrians Institute Dressage Schooling Show Bridle Trails Kirkland WA www einw org March 2017 10 Central Oregon Dressage Classic I Bend OR Contact Laura Swenson 541 390 7015 jackswen21 gmail com centraloregondressage com 2017 Event Dates 10 Foxfire Farms All Western Dressage Schooling Show Eagle Creek OR Nancy Barnes 503 630 6951 foxfirefarms2 aol com 10 11 Whidbey Equestrian Center Benefit Dressage Coupeville WA Contact Marinea St Amand 360 678 8860 mari ridewec com 10 11 Lower Puget Sounds Dressage Club Show Venue Sawda Equestrian Center Port Orchard WA Website at www lpsdc com Shows can be entered online within 30 days of the show 11 Central Oregon Dressage Classic II Bend OR Contact Laura Swenson 541 390 7015 jackswen21 gmail com centraloregondressage com 11 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Dressage Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 13 27 Schleese Saddle Fitting Sessions Northern California For locations call Linda at 800 225 2242 x 32 or email Linda schleese com 15 24 Schleese Saddle Fitting Sessions British Columbia Greater Vancouver area Vancouver Island and Roberts Creek Contact Colleen at800 225 2242 x 31 or email colleen schleese com 14 18 Oregon Trail Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541 342 5432 Fax 541 6859088 Mollie 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www teamnw com 14 18 Swiftwater Invitational Washington State Horse Park Cle Elum WA Contact Barbara Baierle 253 350 6579 nancy c a s c a d e h o r s e s h o w s c o m w w w cascadehorseshows com 16 18 Aspen Farms Horse Trials Yelm WA Contact Jonathan Elliott 360 485 2043 jonathan_elliott hotmail com www aspenfarmseventing com 17 18 Beaujolais Group Chablis and Beaujolais Presented by Equestrians Institute at Donida Farm Equestrian Center Auburn WA Contact Markay Kerr 253381 7349 markaymgr71 gmail com or see Equestrians Institute at einw org pageDressage 19 21 Lilo Fore Clinic Equestrians Institute Dressage Clinic Series Part II Contact Gunn Cooper EI Dressage Director 206890 3198 or dressage einw org Location TBD 17 Annual Spokane Sport Horse Fathers Day Dessage Classic Spokane WA Contact Christel Carlson 509 993 6786 ccarlson spokanesporthorse com www spokanesprthorse com 21 25 Early Summer Classic Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541 342 5432 Fax 541 685 9088 Mollie 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www teamnw com 21 25 Alpine Preview Washington State Horse Park Cle Elum WA Contact Barbara Baierle 253 350 6579 nancy c a s c a d e h o r s e s h o w s c o m w w w cascadehorseshows com Page 93

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23 25 Inavale Farm Horse Trials Philomath OR Contact Linda Newman Yost 541 9296860 hoofprints inavalefarm com www inavale com 23 25 Whidbey Equestrian Center Benefit Dressage Coupeville WA Contact Marinea St Amand 360 678 8860 mari ridewec com 23 25 Arrowhead H T Billings MT Open Date May 09 Close Date Jun 06 www warfieldpark org 24 25 Cascade Dressage I II USEF USDF ODS CDS Fairgrounds Tulelake CA Judges Lilo Fore S Axel Steiner S Presented by Cascade Chapter ODS www oregondressage com showsandclinics html or Kaye 503 880 3892 24 25 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com 24 26 L g ret Intro Clinic 3 days Open to all interested in riding with lightness and ease Clinician is Bertrand Ravoux from France He s Philippe Karl s most experienced School of L g ret instructor Auditors welcome At Cadbury Farm Carnation WA Details at www cadburyfarm com 25 Oswego Classic HJ Schooling Show Lake Oswego Hunt Contact Janice Weis weisjl msn com or 503 961 2103 www lakeoswegohunt com for entry form 28 1 Philippe Karl s School of L g ret Course Clinic 4 days Watch and learn from professionals undergoing instruction to become certified L g ret riding instructors Single day single clinic and full course auditing available Evening lecture included Details at w w w cadburyfarm com L g ret riding with lightness and ease July 2017 1 Peteton Farm Dressage schooling show Olympia WA Cynthia Dickinson 360 357 5763 petetonfarm23 yahoo com 5 Team NW Summer One Day Wilsonville OR Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541342 5432 Fax 541 685 9088 Mollie 541914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www teamnw com 6 9 Country Classic Preview Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541 342 5432 Fax 541 685 9088 Mollie 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www teamnw com 7 9 Champagne Classic DSHB Show Crystal 2 days and Magnum 1 day Presented by Equestrians Institute at Donida Farm Equestrian Center Auburn WA Contact Markay Kerr 253 381 7349 markaymgr71 gmail com at Donida Farm Auburn WA www einw org 7 9 40th Annual Whidbey Island H T Open Date May 23 Close Date Jun 20 www whidbeyhorsetrials org Page 94 8 Lower Puget Sounds Dressage Club Show Venue Chalice Farms Port Orchard WA Website at www lpsdc com Shows can be entered online within 30 days of the show 8 9 SummerDaze ODS League Show Sponsored by North Willamette Valley Chapter Show Manger Marla Santino marlasa2002 yahoo com 503 522 5453 Patty Littman L Judge Entries open June 1 Lake Oswego Hunt www lakeoswegohunt com 9 Ride and Review with Debbie Spence Venue Chalice Farms Port Orchard WA Website at www lpsdc com 9 Whidbey Equestrian Center July Seriatim Dressage Coupeville WA Contact Marinea St Amand 360 678 8860 mari ridewec com 10 Twin Rivers Chapter of ODS is holding a league show Midsummer Night s Dream at Silver Tail Farm in Creswell OR Anja S NW Rep for Demo R Dressage Indep SAddl Keeping Horses Healthy Happy Re flocking Performing At Their Best Tree ad 360 568 3111 12 16 The NEW Country Classic Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541 342 5432 Fax 541 685 9088 Mollie 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www teamnw com On site work pilchuckvet com Snohomish 12 16 Pacific Crest Open Cle Elum WA Contact Barbara Baierle 253 350 6579 nancy cascadehorseshows com www cascadehorseshows com 13 14 Arabian Sport Horse Salute AHA USEF USDF pending limited to Arabians Donida Farm Auburn WA w w w donidafarm com or Kaye 503 880 3892 22 23 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Hunter Jumper Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 14 15 North Willamette Valley ODS League Show Held at Lake Oswego Hunt 2725 Iron Mountain Rd Lake Oswego OR 97034Contact marlasa2002 yahoo com for details 21 22 Dressage at DevonWood I Sherwood OR Contact Evin Rattner 888 329 3932 office devonwoodec com 15 16 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com 15 16 AHA Region 4 Sport Horse Championships AHA USEF USDF pending limited to Arabians Donida Farm Auburn WA www donidafarm com or Kaye 503 880 3892 15 18th Annual Spokane Sport Horse Casual Qualifier I Dessage Spokane WA Contact Christel Carlson 509 993 6786 ccarlson spokanesporthorse com www spokanesprthorse com 16 10th Annual Spokane Sport Horse Casual Qualifier II Dessage Spokane WA Contact Christel Carlson 509 993 6786 ccarlson spokanesporthorse com www spokanesprthorse com 16 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Dressage Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 2017 Event Dates 23 Dressage at DevonWood II Sherwood OR Contact Evin Rattner 888 329 3932 office devonwoodec com 26 30 Oregon High Desert Classic II Bend OR Contact Diane Johnson 425 823 2802 DIANJNSN aol com www jbarj org 29 Avalon Summer DX at Abbey Creek Stables Portland OR 15248 NW Germantown Rd Dressage and Cross country Contact Jody Phillips 503 750 7383 avalonstables gmail com www avalonmanagement net shows August 2017 5 Summervale Spring Dressage Festival I Roy WA Contact Paula Helm 425 457 1105 paula helm gmail com www summervalepremierdressage com 5 Freeman Farm Horse Show H J Contact Laurie Freeman Swanson lfsfreemanfarm molalla net or 503 829 2528 6 Summervale Spring Dressage Festival II Roy WA Contact Paula Helm 425 457 1105 paula helm gmail com www summervalepremierdressage com 11 Whidbey Equestrian Center One Day Dressage Coupeville WA Contact Marinea St Amand 360 678 8860 mari ridewec com 19 23 Oregon High Desert Classic I Bend OR Contact Diane Johnson 425 823 2802 DIANJNSN aol com www jbarj org 19 23 Event at Rebecca Farm Open Date Jun 6 Close Date Jul 4 www rebeccafarm org 21 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Members only jumper schooling 5pm Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org March 2017 208 anja www

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11 13 Young Riders Benefit HT Centralia WA Contact Anni Grandia 253 225 3672 youngridersvii hotmail com www areavii org 25 Whidbey Equestrian Center One More Time Dressage Coupeville WA Contact Marinea St Amand 360 678 8860 mari ridewec com 23 24 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Hunter Jumper Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 11 13 Equestrians Institute Driving EI CDE Ethel Events Center Ethel WA www einw org 25 27 Caber Farm Horse Trial Open Date Jul 11 Close Date Aug 08 www caberfarm com 11 13 Stanton Farms H T Idaho Open Date Jun 27 Close Date Jul 25 www stantonfarm com 26 27 Whidbey Equestrian Center Summers End Dressage Coupeville WA Contact Marinea St Amand 360 678 8860 mari ridewec com 28 1 Spokane Sport Horse Farm Fall H T Open Date Aug 15 Close Date Sep 12 www spokanesporthorse com Swenson 12 12th Annual Spokane Sport Horse Custom Saddlery Breeders Classic Spokane WA Contact Carlson 509 993 6786 Rides SalesChristel ccarlson spokanesporthorse com www spokanesprthorse com Jumping Saddles pendent le FItter 12 22nd Annual Spokane Spor tHorse Dressage Spectacular I Spokane WA Contact Christel Carlson 509 993 6786 ccarlson spokanesporthorse com www spokanesprthorse com Billets replaced 12 13 Area VII Young Rider Benefit H T Open djustments Date Jun 27 Close Date Jul 25 www areavii org k on most brands 12 13 Lower Puget Sounds Dressage Club Show Venue Bainbridge Island Dressage Club tentative Bainbridge Island WA Website mysaddle com at www lpsdc com Shows can be entered online within 30 days of the show w mysaddle com 8 841 5730 12 13 Whidbey Equestrian Center Summer Dressage Coupeville WA Contact Marinea St Amand 360 678 8860 mari ridewec com 13 22nd Annual Spokane Spor tHorse Dressage Spectacular II Spokane WA Contact Christel Carlson 509 993 6786 ccarlson spokanesporthorse com www spokanesporthorse com 13 Summer Fun HJ Schooling Show Lake Oswego Hunt Contact Janice Weis weisjl msn com or 503 961 2103 www lakeoswegohunt com for entry form 13 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Dressage Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 12 16 Alpine Preview Washington State Horse Park Cle Elum WA Contact Barbara Baierle 253 350 6579 nancy c a s c a d e h o r s e s h o w s c o m w w w cascadehorseshows com 18 Meadow Wood Dressage Finale I Bonnie Hammond 425 330 2950 meadowwoodec gmail com www meadowwoodec com 18 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Members only jumper schooling 5pm Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 19 20 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com 22 23 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Hunter Jumper Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 24 27 Oregon Summer Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541 342 5432 Fax 541 685 9088 Mollie 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www teamnw com March 2017 26 27 NW Sport Horse Breeders Showcase I II and 2017 USDF Breeders Championship Northwest Series FINAL USEF USDF Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Materiale qualifying and Championships Presented by Equestrians Institute at Donida Farm Auburn WA www einw org pageSporthorseBreeding or Kaye 503 880 3892 30 3 NW Specctacular Contact Mollie Gallaway Main 541 342 5432 Fax 541 685 9088 Mollie 541 914 0052 triplerise earthlink net www teamnw com September 2017 2 Foxfire Farms Dressage Schooling Show Eagle Creek OR Nancy Barnes 503 6306951 foxfirefarms2 aol com 3 Lower Puget Sounds Dressage Club Show Venue Kitsap Saddle Club tentative Port Orchard WA Website at www lpsdc com Shows can be entered online within 30 days of the show 8 10 Aspen Farms H T Open Date Jul 25 Close Date Aug 22 www aspenfarmseventing com 9 10 Octoberfest Hunter Jumper Show Auburn WA Contact Barbara Baierle 253 3506579 nancy cascadehorseshows com www cascadehorseshows com 9 10 Equestrians Institute Driving Trials Backto Back Two one day Driving Trials Ethel Events Center Ethel WA www einw org 16 9th Annual Nancy Wild Medal Finals Lake Oswego Hunt for qualified riders ride in Nancy Wild Classes at LOH Quarry Ridge Arbor Grove and Quiet Rein to earn points Contact Janice Weis weisjl msn com or 503 961 2103 www lakeoswegohunt com for entry form 17 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Dressage Schooling Show Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 21 24 BendFallFestival Bend OR Hunter Jumper Contact 541 312 2425 alliedshows gmail com www alliedhorseshows com 22 24 Equestrians Institute Eventing EI Horse Trials II Eventing Beg novice thru Prelim level Horse Trials Washington State Horse Park Cle Elum WA www einw org 22 Lake Washington Saddle Club Schooling Show at Bridle Trails State Park Members only jumper schooling 5pm Website Lakewashingtonsaddleclub org 2017 Event Dates 30 Avalon Fall DX at Abbey Creek Stables Portland OR 15248 NW Germantown Rd Dressage and Cross country Contact Jody Phillips 503 750 7383 avalonstables gmail com www avalonmanagement net shows October 2017 5 7 L g ret Intro Clinic 3 days Open to all interested in riding with lightness and ease Clinician is Bertrand Ravoux from France He s Philippe Karl s most experienced School of L g ret instructor Auditors welcome At Cadbury Farm Carnation WA Details at www cadburyfarm com 7 Quarry Ridge Friendship Series HunterJumper Show Contact Julia Richard www quarryridgefarm com orjuliacookrichard gmail com or 360 909 8605 7 8 Dressage in the State of Jefferson USEF USDF ODS pending Jackson County Expo Central Point OR Judge Kari McClain S Presented by State of Jefferson Chapter ODS www oregondressage com showsandclinics html or Kaye 503 8803892 9 12 Philippe Karl s School of L g ret Course Clinic 4 days Watch and learn from professionals undergoing instruction to become certified L g ret riding instructors Single day single clinic and full course auditing available Evening lecture included Details at w w w cadburyfarm com L g ret riding with lightness and ease 14 15 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com 21 22 Anne Gribbons Clinic Equestrians Institute Dressage Clinic Series Part III Contact Gunn Cooper EI Dressage Director 206890 3198 or dressage einw org Location Bear Creek Farm Woodinville WA www einw org 28 30 Ashton Moore Clinic Contact Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com November 2017 18 19 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com December 2017 9 10 Lilo Fore Equestrians Institute Dressage Clinic Series Part IV Contact Gunn Cooper EI Dressage Director 206 890 3198 or dressage einw org Location TBD 9 10 Debbie Spence Clinic Contac t Karen MiIler Cell 503 880 9376 Email unlimitedclassics gmail com Page 95

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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 KAREN HEALEY T R A I N I N G Karen Healey Training Expand Your Abilities Lessons Coaching Clinics Judging Accepting requests for 2017 805 479 7816 klhklh919 gmail com www diamond mountain stables com Joie Gatlin Morley Abey Show Jumping Hunter Bay Farm 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 karenhealeytraining 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 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 McFarm Highpoint Farm P O Box 555 Pescadero California 94060 Training Sales Investment Horses 561 847 1070 highpointfarmllc yahoo com highpointfarmllc com 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 Tina and Craig Yates return to California this spring with limited availability for the 2017 show season Located at a pristine private facility just steps away from the Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park at San Juan Capistrano www mcfarm com Page 96 www HighPointFarmLLC com www TheCompetitiveEquestrian com March April 2017

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TRAINER DIRECTORY Sandhaven Farm California Nevada Rainbow Canyon Ranch At Portola Farms in Woodside CA Rachel Fields 650 400 6836 rachel sandhavenfarm com Jeff Fields 415 497 4729 jeff sandhavenfarm com 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 2350 N San Gabriel Canyon Road Azusa Ca 91702 626 334 9480 Office 626 483 6811 Mary s Cell RainbowCanyon Earthlink Net Trainer Owner Mary Gatti Trainer Kim Tasker Specializing in Hunters Equitation Boarding Training Showing Lessons Sales Leasing Riding School www sandhavenfarm com www rainbowcanyonranch com Ventana Farm Sonoma Valley Stables BENSON CARROLL TRAINER 1075 Jacobsen Lane Petaluma CA 707 769 0180 Barn Ned and Hope Glynn Ventana Farm is located at 550 Aguajito Road in Carmel CA at Cypress Stables 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 Benson Carroll 831 236 4113 cell Ventana Farm 831 657 9123 main fax ventanafarm yahoo com Ventana Farm is a full service elite hunter and jumper training stable based in Carmel CA Ventana Farm is focused on educating riders and horses to achieve their full potential Located in Monterey County Ventana Farm is minutes from Monterey and Pebble Beach and one hour south of San Jose Ventana Farm always has a selection of top show horses available for sale and specializes in importing equestrian athletes that will excel in horse show competition www ventanafarm com www sonomavalleystables com Storia Stables Hummingbird Nest Ranch 2940 Kuehner Dr Santa Susana CA 93063 818 890 1922 Barn 818 795 0720 Victoria s Cell storiastables gmail com Maplewood Stables Inc 425 West Laramie Drive Reno Nevada 89521 Storia Stables is a premiere full service show barn specializing in hunters jumpers and equitation With riders competing successfully at all levels the ideology behind Storia Stables concentrates primarily on the horse and the rider partnership necessary to be competitive and successful Riders learn to be confident and effective and horses learn to be polished and assured all in a light and encouraging environment Our team is run by Victoria LaCagnina and combines years of experience and education on the A circuit with intelligent personable dispositions to make learning and training safe perceptive and fun Julie Winkel mwstables aol com 775 849 1849 775 742 4615 A complete horse training stable and sale business Established in 1977 we have spent 35 years dedicated to showing champion hunters jumpers and hunt seat equitation at all levels throughout the United States Canada and Mexico Home of the Young Horse Trainers School www mwstables com storiastables com March April 2017 www TheCompetitiveEquestrian com Page 97

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY OREGON Crescendo Farms Arbor Grove Equestrian Inc 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 Katie Allan Twombly Barn 14245 SW Pleasant Valley Rd Mail 19809 SW Aten Rd Beaverton OR 97007 Home 503 628 0494 Cell 503 703 7950 aktwombly gmail com www crescendofarm com www equestrianeventsinc 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 Natural Horsemanship Brawley Farms Cornerstone Equestrian LLC 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 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 8310 NW Kaiser Rd Portland OR 97231 503 351 3253 farm 503 351 1002 cell jump cornerstonehj com www cornerstonehj com Trainer Linda Worley South Salem OR 503 743 4414 brawleyfarm aol com www brawleyfarms com Trainer Judy Brawley Brawley Farms North LLC Echelon Training LLC Wilsonville Equestrian Center Boeckman Road Wilsonville OR 97070 503 932 9283 Cell dbrawley1962 yahoo com www brawleyfarmsnorth com Trainers Debbie Judy Brawley 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 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 FallBrooks Farm Charlton Ridge Farm LLC 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 Christus Farm Inc PO Box 2261 Jasper OR 97438 541 726 1505 linda christusfarm com www christusfarm com 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 Creekside Show Stable 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 36851 NE Wilsonville Rd Newberg OR 97132 flipsidehorses com Philippa Melski 503 516 4965 fliphj yahoo com Hunters Jumpers Equitation investment horses Sales Training Lessons and Clinics Foxfire Farms 503 913 0887 www creeksideshowstable com Trainer Kelly Marriner Smith Nancy Barnes Owner Operator Instructor 28880 SE Folsom Rd Eagle Creek OR 97022 503 630 6951 home 503 860 0802 cell foxfirefarms2 aol com Train Show Lease Own Enjoy Lessons training for all levels Just 20 minutes west of Portland 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 Page 98 www FlyingChanges com MARCH 2017

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY OREGON French Hill Farm Riding Academy Merlin s Wood 15770 NE Eilers Rd Aurora OR 97002 503 678 6336 www frenchhillfarm com Owners Nancy Al Jubitz Ingrid Thornquist James Hook Owners Sherwood OR 97140 503 819 8519 c Ingrid merlinswood com www merlinswood com 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 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 Herrold Stables Farm Oz Incorporated 32900 SW Wohler St Hillsboro OR 97123 971 235 4529 call text www HerroldStables com 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 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 Hunters jumpers equitation investment horses sales training lessons clinics Imagination Lane LLC Pax Diem Equestrian Center 28303 SW Baker Rd Sherwood OR 97140 Nicole Bourgeois 503 310 9982 Kendall Bourgeois 503 476 7862 imaginationlanellc gmail com 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 www imaginationlanellc com Hunters Jumpers Equitation Investment Sales Daily turnout with a large indoor and outdoor arena NCEA riding help All levels welcome 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 Lake Oswego Hunt Club 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 Rain Creek Farm 2725 Iron Mountain Blvd Lake Oswego OR 97034 503 636 0674 www lakeoswegohunt com Manager Sara Glascock lohmanager lakeoswegohunt com LOH provides full service boarding including 4 feedings per day turnout 7 days per week with all weather paddocks year round and additional grass paddocks in summer and premier footing We also offer quality training programs Dressage Trainer at JuliaWolffe com Phone 512 626 3384 E Mail julia wolffe gmail com Western Trainer Katie Purdy Phone 503 819 8477 E Mail memorylane katie gmail com Hunter Jumper Trainer Rene Donley 503 747 9626 Our prime location on 19 acres in the heart of Lake Oswego can t be beat in terms of convenience and time and gas savings Visit us today 20833 S Redland Rd Oregon City OR 97045 503 631 8000 503 819 7651 cell www raincreekfarms com Trainer Vicki Zacharias Hunter jumper equitation School horses available lease horses also available Libbi Peltz Training 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 503 625 5677 h 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 indoor arenas 80x200 for hunters 60x90 for young horses riders 100x200 all weather outdoor arena Access to trails Acres of turnout MARCH 2017 www FlyingChanges com Page 99

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY OREGON Swan Training Silver Spring Farm 16091 SW Wilsonville Rd Wilsonville OR 97070 503 349 0314 Lara Schleining Owner Garrett Warner Trainer 1313 E Nevada St Ashland OR 97520 silverspringequestrian com 707 696 0077 Trainer Rebekah Swan www swantraining net 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 Hunters Jumpers Equitation Whip n Spur continues with a tradition of the highest quality training horse care in the Northwest Home of Swan Training Templeton Equestrian Center Sleepy Hollow Farm Ltd 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 775 SW Advance Rd Wilsonville OR 97070 503 682 8897 Quality full care boarding full size indoor dressage jumping arena turnout clinics instruction in basic equitation to CT in a friendly supportive atmosphere Some Day Farm Tom Murray Dressage 20361 Tumalo Rd Bend OR 97701 Trainer Cathrine Cruger 541 848 8519 catcruger yahoo com www somedayfarmllc com Viola Farm 28815 S Needy Rd Canby Oregon 97013 626 644 3008 tommurraydressage gmail 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 Now accepting clients at this exciting new facility Full care boarding dressage training sales Stellar Sport Horses Tracie Bjugan Dressage LLC French Hill Farm 15770 NE Eilers Rd Aurora OR 97002 503 678 2025 stellarsporthorses gmail com Trainer Akiko Hamada www TomMurrayDressage com 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 Hunters Jumpers Equitation Leasing Sales Focusing on complete horsemanship preparation for the show ring Stonepony Dressage 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 85687 Pine Grove Rd Eugene OR 97405 541 342 5432 Owners Mike Mollie Gallaway Trainer Mike Gallaway Trainer Rachel Marcotte 541 206 4643 www triplerisehorseshows 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 Hunters jumpers equitation school horses boarding training indoor outdoor arenas Strowbridge Stables 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 Page 100 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 www FlyingChanges com MARCH 2017

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY OREGON Venture Farm Valley Vista Farm valleyvistafarm com 11355 NW Valley Vista Road Hillsboro OR 503 647 0444 or valleyvistafarm gmail com 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 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 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 TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY WASHINGTON Absolute Hunters Jumpers EQUESTRIAN PERFORMANCE At Shelburne Farms in Redmond WA Vinton Karrasch 949 795 1104 Ann Karrasch 949 291 1407 info equestrianperformance com Lisa Shane Owner Trainer 20722 SE 34th St Sammamish WA 98027 Phone 425 281 3559 Email ljshane gmail com Absolute Hunter Jumpers offers instruction and training in Hunters Jumpers and Equitation Absolute H J is an A Circuit show barn specializing in working with horses riders of all ages all levels We pride ourselves on teaching clear communication between horse and rider creating a life long relationship We teach from the ground up so as to instill confidence between you and your horse partner International competitors Ann and Vinton Karrasch bring decades of excellence in hunter jumper training clinics showing and sales Now located in the Pacific Northwest www absolutehj com www equestrianperformance com Hillcrest Training Aleron Training Stables Heidi Snider Kauffman 5800 125th Lane NE Kirkland WA 98033 206 295 4122 Trainer Alexis Taylor Silvernale www aleronstables com 206 795 5900 www hillcresttraining net www showringsuccess com Premium Full Service Hunter Jumper equestrian facility located above the wine country in Woodinville WA 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 Heidi Snider Kauffman offers Training Sales Leases and Showring Success coaching Archway Equestrian LLC www hillcresttraining net www showringsuccess com Clare Warren Corene Smith Laina Paterson 22815 NE 200th Street Woodinville WA 98077 Office 425 877 1715 www archwayeqsports com Archway is an exceptional hunter jumper training facility We prepare horses and their riders for the competitive show circuit USHJA Certified Trainers cwarren archwayeqsports com Your Facility Your Address Your Contact Information Only 179 per year Call 503 317 4957 or email mail flyingchanges com MARCH 2017 LOGO Brass Ring Farm LLC 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 www FlyingChanges com Page 101

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY WASHINGTON Brookside Five C Farms Jonnie Brooks Owner Trainer 7014 180th St SE Snohomish Wa 98272 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 Forest Park Equestrian Center 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 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 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 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 Emerald Valley Stables Korina Winkler Owner Manager 1613 NE 259th St Ridgefield WA 98642 503 730 7490 office emeraldvalleystables gmail com Home of Emerald Valley Training Sara Nastri 360 977 3518 and Equi librium Equestrian Jessica Wisdom 253 230 9764 Emerald Valley Stables 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 Collen 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 Jane Judson Located Hilltop Haven Equestrian Carnation WA 98014 425 466 5611 Janejudsondressage gmail com 24246 275th Ave SE Maple Valley WA 98038 425 766 1625 encantovalleyfarm gmail com www encantovalleyfarm com Trainer Morgan Carr USHJA Certified JJ Dressage 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 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 Lane s End LLC Farmhill Equestrian Center LLC 23118 NE 37th Ave Ridgefield WA 360 887 8087 www farmhillequestriancenter 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 care for our horses their humans Page 102 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 Nancy Thacher owner trainer USDF Gold Medalist retired dressage judge 425 868 1655 Nancythacher 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 www FlyingChanges com MARCH 2017

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY WASHINGTON Pumpkin Farms Legacy Hunters Jumpers Inc Hunter Jumper training facility operated by third generation horse trainer Shelly Kerron Quality lesson horse program Beginner thru accomplished show rider 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 Nodaway Farm Red Gate Farm 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 2056 Palo Alto Rd Sequim WA 98382 360 582 9514 www nodawayfarm com H O R S E C A R E W I T H H EA RT Quality full service boarding specializing in post surgery injury equine senior care Superior climate for retired horse health the driest location in western Washington Oregon Year around pasture board or stalls with all day turnout Dressage Hunter Jumper clinics Future NARHA Therapeutic Riding Center Pacific Moon Equestrian Center 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 Karen Moore Owner 23502 Wallitner Rd Arlington WA 360 403 3035 10710 S Sherman Rd Spokane WA 99224 Christel Carlson Phone 509 993 6786 www spokanesporthorse com Dressage training instruction retirement and rehabilitation services Top of the line full care facility on 52 acres just 1 hour north of Seattle Pacific Moon is always safe beautiful and fun INSTRUCTORS 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 Parkside Stables Boarding Training Recog Dressage Shows USEA Events Schooling Dressage Jumper event shows Great Layover Near I 90 Summervale Premier Dressage icky Bergevin Owner V 13020 NE 39th Street Bellevue WA 98005 425 885 5025 Parksidestables msn com www parksidestables com 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 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 Phoenix Farm Hunters Jumpers 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 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 TL2 Farms 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 Beautiful full service equestrian facility Hunter jumper and equitation A great place to ride 3208 300th Ave SE Fall City WA 98024 206 499 1065 Owners Loren and Tammy Kaneshige www tl2farms com 18804 NE 106th St Redmond WA 98052 425 882 3558 Trainer Cara Anthony www potcreek com MARCH 2017 www FlyingChanges com Page 103

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TRAINER STABLES DIRECTORY WASHINGTON Theresa Leahy Training LLC INSTRUCTOR DIRECTORY Suzan Davis Atkinson Dressage Enumclaw WA 98022 Farmhill Equestrian Center LLC 23118 NE 37th Ave Ridgefield WA 503 476 4125 SuzanDavisAtkinson gmail com 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 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 inhand techniques through piaffe and passage All breeds welcome Thumbs Up Farm Blake Equestrian Located at Donida Farm 16600 SE 367th Auburn WA 98092 Gwen Blake 360 507 9306 Trainers John Turner Jack Hammond Quinn Partridge Keri Bailey 20722 SE 34th St Sammamish WA 98075 206 396 2681 John 253 686 0221 Quinn thumbsupfarm aol com www thumbsupfarm com Top quality training instruction with former USET medalist USEF National Champion USDF Gold Silver Bronze Medalist Green horse riders to Grand Prix all levels breeds welcome Lessons training breeding sales lease Program to fill your needs Hunters Jumpers Equitation Sales Leases Clinics Breeland Equestrian School Tulipsprings Eventing Corvallis OR 541 753 4000 31807 South Carlson Rd Kennewick WA 99337 509 521 1100 tulipsprings aol com www tulipsprings com 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 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 Centered Riding View Ridge Farm Cathy Mahon cathy harmonyandhealingwithhorses com 360 430 0430 www harmonyandhealingwithhorses com Sonja Vracko S Judge Dressage Trainer Clinician 14050 18th NE Woodinville WA 98072 425 417 3222 sonjavracko msn com www sonjavracko com BEGINNERS THROUGH GRAND PRIX 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 Wacky Nut Equestrian Farm Rebecca Buehler 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 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 Woodside Stables Your Facility S JUDGE DRESSAGE CLINICIAN TRAINER Your Address Your Contact Information 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 Hunters Jumpers Equitation Sales Leases School Horse Lessons Fullcare facility with indoor outdoor rings state of the art footing daily turn out Close to trails Page 104 LOGO Only 170 per year Call 503 317 4957 or email mail flyingchanges com www FlyingChanges com MARCH 2017

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INSTRUCTOR DIRECTORY Heather Oleson Dressage Lisa Weis 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 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 Kathy Casey Dressage Pacific Moon Equestrian Center Eagle Idaho 503 887 0995 olesonh gmail com www heather oleson com Dressage Training Instruction 508 693 1704 lis8weis gmail com Stanwood WA 98292 kathycaseydressage gmail com Located at Anamchara Stables 21100 NW Coffey Lane Hillsboro OR 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 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 Deborah Spence Sally Collins 849 28 Gore Rd Onalaska WA 98570 360 985 7438 360 269 1119 cell cbds tds net 27311 56th Ave NW Stanwood WA 98292 360 708 9992 scollins collinswoodfarm com Specializing in hunters jumpers equitation Available for private coaching at home or on the road Single or multi day clinic dates available USEF R Dressage judge Available for private instruction training clinics USEF r Licensed Judge Emerald Valley Training Jana Steffen Dressage Jana Steffen Riders Edge Farm Redmond WA 206 920 2902 janastef yahoo com www jsteffendressage com Sara Nastri 360 977 3518 Located at Emerald Valley Stables Ridgefield WA Full training program for hunters jumpers and equitation Also offering school horse lessons and haul ins welcome 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 The Noble Horses Classical Dressage Lessons Training Sherwood Wilsonville Willamette Valley 503 862 3339 thenoblehorses gmail com Monica Chris Holmes S Judge Dressage Clinician Trainer 425 417 3222 View Ridge Farm 14050 18th NE Woodinville WA 98072 sonjavracko msn com www sonjavracko com Since 1985 Dressage Eventing Competing Experience in Europe Extensive continuing education with clinicians based in classical dressage Focusing on principles and learning from each horse First lesson is complimentary Will travel to you Beginners Welcome S JUDGE DRESSAGE CLINICIAN TRAINER MARCH 2017 BEGINNERS THROUGH GRAND PRIX www FlyingChanges com Page 105

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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 Select Sales 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 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 2017

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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 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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 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 horse Page 110 Pacific Crest Sporthorse 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 care for the performance horse including lameness diagnostics treatment dentistry preventative health plans emergency care We offer full reproductive services including breeding with fresh frozen semen foaling limited boarding for broodmares foals at our farm Now offering acupuncture Warmblood horses for sale Peak Performance Equine Sport Horse Veterinary Medicine Cierra Dedeker DVM 503 403 9617 Office Appointments 503 403 9617 Cell Emergencies DrCierra gmail com Mobile equine veterinary practice specializing in sports medicine Mobile digital radiology ultrasound available Everything your sport horse needs to perform at their peak Leave your trailer unhitched we will come to you Practice area includes Yamhill Washington Clackamas counties in Oregon Check out our website for more information Peakperformanceequinepllc com Pegasus Equine Rehabilitation 7620 260th Ave NE Redmond WA 98053 425 898 1060 office www pegasustrainingcenter com State of the art rehabilitation center for all breeds disciplines Featuring a hyperbaric oxygen chamber swimming pool underwater treadmill eurocizers more Great for post surgery recovery physical therapy conditioning Performance Horse Massage Therapy Kristi L Zimbelman LMP CCST LAMP 14325 200th Ave SE Renton WA 98059 425 922 3919 www performancehorsemassagetherapy com Treatment tailored to the horse s individual activity levels using deep tissue trigger point myofascial release to decrease muscle pain increase range of motion decrease recovery time promote overall well being Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital 360 568 3111 Equine Care 24 7 ER 11308 92nd St SE Snohomish WA 98290 www pilchuckvet com www facebook com pvhequine Founded in 1963 Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital offers comprehensive equine referral ambulatory services 24 7 emergency specialized care for the sport horse through the Equine Performance Sports Medicine Institute Services Directory Medicine Surgery of the Horse Since 1977 Steven M Haugen 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Schleese Saddlery 9 Shires Equestrian 46 Sidesaddle Tack 20 Spane Buildings Inside Back Sundance Equestrian 19 Sterling Essentials 61 Team NW Shows 21 Templeton Equestrian Center 91 Tenhulzen Real Estate 6 Thoroughbred Real Estate 18 Thumbs Up 11 Tom Murray Dressage 43 Triple Crown 27 US Equestrian Inside Back West Palms Events 69 Windmere Real Estate 29 Zuccolotto Design 59 March 2017 CLASSIFIEDS HORSES FOR SALE 2008 Premium Pinto German Oldenburg Mare x Art Deco Search Ravishing RubyOldenburg for video Now 75 keeping only old timers Very nice to handle not ridden for about 18 months Sale not subject to riding at Broodmare Price 5000 Bhr_group msn com 541 998 6595 IMPORT YOUR DREAM Lusitano horses from Brazil Classic baroque type w large bone elastic supple gaits bred for dressage Easy friendly temperaments we have something for the pleasure rider to serious pro Competitive prices jordan goldenhorsedressage com 206 786 4459 www GoldenHorseDressage com FEED SUPPLEMENTS HELP YOUR HORSE 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