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Robin Walker and Marilyn Payne review the recent Future Event Horse (FEH) & Young Event Horse (YEH) Symposium in Ocala, FL. Thanks again to our Symposium hosts, Ocala Jokey Club and Longwood Farm South. Click here for our full text report of the Symposium. Tik Maynard continues our series on Equine Behavior discussing sensitization and de-sensitization.
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Stephen Bradley is one of the most recognized names in Eventing, holding titles shared by only a select group of American riders. Bradley won England’s prestigious Land Rover Burghley CCI4*, becoming one of only two Americans to do so. Additionally, Bradley is a two-time Pan American Games Gold Medalist, was named Equestrian Athlete of the Year by the U.S. Olympic Committee, is a Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event Champion, and has represented the United States on Olympic and World Equestrian Games Teams. Throughout his career, Bradley has ridden a range of horses spanning across many different breeds and backgrounds. With a spotlight recently highlighting on the Off-The-Track-Thoroughbreds, Bradley believes that Warmbloods also have a lot to bring to the table. Included in Bradley’s current string of competition horses is the German Sport Horse mare, Lunetta, and the Westphalian gelding, Catapult, both owned by Charlotte Harris. Bradley started working with these Warmbloods at a young age, and they are now slated to move up to the Intermediate and two-star levels this year.
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