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"You have to live one day at a time," explained Byyny after her leading performance in the dressage, reflecting on a sport that lifts you up to cloud nine one day, and leaves you in the dirt, the next.
Original Post Date: 03/20/2014 - 21:22   |   Last Updated: 2014:03:20 22:17:05

Dressage day dawned cold, wet, and windy. The weather in Tallahassee, Florida was the kind that instills dread into the hearts of organizers. After weeks of intense preparation, the Red Hills International dressage arenas were dressed and ready to receive a large entry of CIC and horse trials competitors eager to earn the qualifications needed to achieve their 2014 goals.
Original Post Date: 03/06/2014 - 23:03   |   Last Updated: 2014:03:06 23:16:53

The Fresno County Horse Park is running a CIC* and CIC** for the first time in 20 years, and event organizer John Marshall has impressed the competitors with his first International competition. All photos by Sherry Stewart.
Original Post Date: 02/16/2014 - 00:53   |   Last Updated: 2014:02:16 13:48:47

The William Fox-Pitt clinic at Morningside Training Farm continued today with work over fences. William Fox-Pitt applied similar concepts to all of the groups that rode today, tailoring the complexity of the footwork and exercises to the experience of the horses.
Original Post Date: 11/06/2013 - 21:53   |   Last Updated: 2013:11:11 13:46:27

About 200 auditors, riders, sponsors, and vendors lined the arena early this morning to watch sixteen horse-and-rider pairs participate in what is, for most riders, a once-in-a-lifetime experience: to school under the watchful eye of William Fox-Pitt.
Original Post Date: 11/05/2013 - 18:52   |   Last Updated: 2013:11:11 13:45:50

Temecula, Calif., Nov. 3, 2013—Almost nothing about the Galway Downs International Three-Day Event worked out like Buck Davidson expected. Except that he came here from Pennsylvania to win the CCI3*, and he did, on Petite Flower, scoring 59.2 penalties.Jolie Wentworth rode GoodKnight to second place (59.7) and Liz Halliday-Sharp rode HHS Cooley to third place (61.6). Davidson also finished eighth on The Apprentice (77.9).
Original Post Date: 11/04/2013 - 08:26   |   Last Updated: 2013:11:04 08:26:29

Temecula, Calif., Nov. 2, 2013—Just as he was after dressage, Buck Davidson is still the leader of the CCI3* at the Galway Downs International Three-Day Event. But it’s on a different horse.
Original Post Date: 11/03/2013 - 09:26   |   Last Updated: 2013:11:03 09:26:04

Temecula, Calif., Nov. 1, 2013--Buck Davidson brought three horses from his stable in Pennsylvania to contest the CCI3* at the Galway Downs International Three-Day Event, and, after dressage, he looks as if he may be holding the winning hand.Davidson was the first rider into the ring on The Apprentice, and he set a standard no one else could match, scoring 48.9 penalties. An hour later, he came closest to that score, earning 50.6 penalties on Absolute Liberty. And then he concluded the class by riding Petite Flower to seventh place, scoring 55.2.
Original Post Date: 11/02/2013 - 08:43   |   Last Updated: 2013:11:02 08:45:32

William Fox-Pitt had three shots to clinch Les Etoiles de Pau (FRA), first event of the FEI Classics™ 2013/2014 season but, in a nail-biting finale, it took the Briton until his third and last ride, Seacookie TSF, to secure the top prize.After an outstanding day’s Cross Country yesterday, Fox-Pitt was in the rarefied position of holding the top three places. However, his triple winning chance began to shrink alarmingly when Neuf des Coeurs, third at that stage and jumping out of order, hit five rails and plummeted to eventual 15th place.
Original Post Date: 10/27/2013 - 14:39   |   Last Updated: 2013:10:27 14:51:55

William Fox-Pitt was simply outstanding on the Cross Country at Les Etoiles de Pau (FRA), first competition of the FEI Classics™ 2013/2014 season, and in an incredible result, is now holding first, second and third places.All three of Fox-Pitt’s horses, the leader Seacookie, Cool Mountain (second) and Neuf des Coeurs (third), went brilliantly and finished inside the optimum time of 11 minutes 48 seconds. A large crowd, enjoying the bright sunshine, showed their appreciation as they loudly cheered him home on Cool Mountain, the last of the 76 Cross Country starters.
Original Post Date: 10/27/2013 - 11:11   |   Last Updated: 2013:10:27 11:11:52


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