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Lindsay Berreth

July 11, 2014

Ringside Chat With Will Coleman: Getting Back On Track

Will Coleman’s dreams of another four-star finish at the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** this spring and a chance at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games eventing team were shattered in April as his top horse, Conair, died after a fall on cross-country at The Fork Horse Trials (N.C.) due to internal hemorrhaging. Coleman also broke his collarbone in the fall.

July 8, 2014

Canadian Eventing Chef D’Equipe Graeme Thom Resigns

Graeme Thom officially resigned as chair of the Canadian Eventing High Performance Committee and chef d’equipe of the Canadian Eventing Team on June 22. Canadian Eventing released a statement regarding his departure July 8.

June 24, 2014

Amateurs Like Us: Flexible Goals Help Sue Church Find Success

It takes a lot of planning and many hours in Los Angeles traffic every week, but amateur eventer Sue Church finds time to get to the barn and ride her two event horses in between running her medical benefits and employee insurance company and her side business, Elegant Accents By Sue, that specializes in custom spur straps.

All those hours in the car are worth it when she pulls into Kingsway Farm in Temecula, Calif., to ride her veteran Five O’Clock Somewhere and youngster Flirtini.

June 24, 2014

Kristen Becker Rebuilds After Barn Fire Tragedy

When dressage rider Kristen Becker lost all four of her horses in a barn fire earlier this year, she was first faced with trying to recover from the catastrophe. Becker had been aiming for the Young Adult “Brentina Cup” Grand Prix classes in her final year of eligibility before her top mount Ramses was one of 18 killed in the fire at Brookwood Equestrian Center in Bishop, Ga.

June 19, 2014

White Fences Dressage Petitions USEF Over Dates

Adam Pollak, organizer of U.S. Equestrian Federation-licensed dressage shows at the White Fences Equestrian Center in Loxahatchee, Fla., has started a petition asking the U.S.

June 12, 2014

Mary King Receives Two-Month Suspension From FEI

British eventer Mary King has received a two-month suspension from Fédération Equestre Internationale competition after she was given two yellow cards within a 12-month period.

King received her first yellow card at Le Lion d’Angers (France), Oct. 17-20, for “dangerous riding” on Cavalier Venture, a horse she rode in the young horse CCI**.

June 2, 2014

Clark Montgomery Withdraws Loughan Glen From Luhmühlen

Clark Montgomery has withdrawn Loughan Glen from the Luhmühlen CCI**** (Germany) after careful consideration of the gelding’s schedule. Although Glen led the dressage at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials CCI**** (England) in early May, Montgomery retired both him and his other mount, Universe, after trouble on cross-country.

May 30, 2014

Silvio Mazzoni Receives Administrative Penalty From USEF

In the U.S. Equestrian Federation’s April list of administrative penalties, Silvio Mazzoni, grand prix show jumping rider and the newly appointed U.S. Eventing Team show jumping coach, was included.

May 21, 2014

Andrews Osborne Academy Announces Equestrian Center Closure

On May 15 the Andrews Osborne Academy, located in Willoughby, Ohio, announced that it will discontinue its riding program and convert the existing equestrian facilities into an indoor athletic facility as of June 30.

The news came as a shock to many of the equestrian program’s alumni, and the school’s interscholastic riding team, which was away competing at the Interscholastic Equestrian Association Hunt Seat National Finals in West Springfield, Mass.

May 11, 2014

All Horses Pass The Final Inspection At Jersey Fresh

Allentown, N.J. - May 11

Every horse presented in the final horse inspection passed this morning at Jersey Fresh.

In the CCI**, both Liz Riley's Infinite Truth and Justine Dutton's Huck Finn were held but passed upon reinspection. Second placed rider Lynn Symansky withdrew Osbourne 9 due to some bruising and soreness incurred in her fall from her CIC*** mount Donner during yesterday's cross-country.

Taryn Nolte, who was in 14th after cross-country, withdrew Cleverly. Fourteen horses will jump.

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