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Ian Stark walks through the CIC*** course at Galway Downs, part of the Adequan USEA Gold Cup/PRO Tour Series. The dressage begins today in Temecula, Calif., so stay tuned for daily updates from our friends Ride on Video and Frankie Thieriot.
In the April 1991 issue of USCTA News (now Eventing USA), then-President Denny Emerson wrote about a good cross-country riding experience he had at the Walthour-Moss Foundation Horse Trials, which later gave way to the spring Southern Pines Horse Trials. He praises the course designer, Ireland's John Dillon, and warns that course builders must be "partners in developing horses and riders by presenting them with fair, inviting, and well constructed obstacles."
Great Meadow Foundation in The Plains, VA has recently purchased the 174 acres adjacent to their 200-acre primary property and will construct a world class facility hosting high performance eventing on the newly acquired land. The first opportunity to safely use the new arena and cross-country course will be Summer of 2015.
Temecula, Calif. — Canadian Olympians Hawley Bennett-Awad and Gin ‘N Juice, winners of the CIC3* at the Galway Downs International Horse Trials in 2013, will be aiming to win two in a row on March 28-30 at the Temecula Downs Event Center.
Marilyn Little, winner of the Carolina International CIC3* with RF Demeter, and Buck Davidson, who finished in 2nd place with Ballynoecastle RM, speak with Max Corcoran about their down-to-the-wire finish.
Michael Pollard and Doug Payne take the overnight leading after show jumping at the Carolina International CIC3* and Adequan USEA Gold Cup/ PRO Tour Series.