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February 2, 2015

Who Won What This Weekend?

The talk of the weekend was for sure the $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase, the first time a three-star cross-country course has been run in the heart of South Florida's dressage and show jumping mecca of Wellington. Boyd Martin took command in the dressage aboard Trading Aces and didn't look back to take the big win. 

February 2, 2015

As Laine Saw It: The $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase Helmet-Cam

Laine Ashker, who was third in the $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase on her longtime partner and off-the-track Thoroughbred Anthony Patch, has some fantastic helmet-cam footage of her cross-country ride. We paired it up with footage of her ride so you can see the whole picture!

For more archived video coverage of the $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase, including all of the cross-country action and a drone fly-over course walk, click here. 

February 1, 2015

Every Second Counts: The Battle Of The Chestnut Mares At WEF Week 4

It was a battle of fast chestnut mares on Jan. 31 under the lights for the $372,000 FEI Fidelity Investments World Cup Qualifier CSI-W***** at Week 4 of the Winter Equestrian Festival, and in the end it was Marie Hecart and Myself de Breve who took home the top check over Ben Maher on Diva. 

January 28, 2015

Throwback Thursday: Oscar Brought Big Ears To Leadline

Jennifer on Oscar mid-bray while showing
in leadline with her father, Johnny Barker.
The famous judge Artie Hawkins
is in the background.

You’d think that the daughter of two hunter trainers—Johnny Barker and Parker Haynes Minchin—would have had a fancy, big-name pony to show in the leadline.

But no.

January 26, 2015

11.7 Wasn't A Misprint!

Alexis Brown thought for sure there’d been a miscalculation when she checked the scores for the Novice Horse-B division. Her dressage score read 11.7. “I thought it was a misprint,” she said.

January 26, 2015

Who Won What This Weekend?

At the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Fla.

Georgina Bloomberg won her first big WEF grand prix under the Saturday night lights in the $127,000 Adequan Grand Prix. She left her top mount, Juvina, in the barn and turned instead to the younger Lilli for the class. 

January 26, 2015

Ringside Chat: Will Simpson Is One Winning Dude

Four grand prix starts. Four wins. That’s Will Simpson’s record at the HITS Desert Circuit so far. It’s a remarkable start to 2015 for the California rider, who in 2008 helped the U.S. team earn gold in the Olympic Games in Hong Kong with the talented but quirky Carlsson vom Dach.

Carlsson was sold after the Games and went on to different riders, and Simpson has been building his string ever since. When The Dude walked into his barn aisle in March 2014, Simpson thought the future might look pretty bright.

January 19, 2015

Gracia Found Her Way Home

Gabrielle Miller's post asking if anyone 
recognized "Grace."

Gabrielle Miller figured she’d take a chance and post some photos on Facebook and see if anyone recognized the bay mare she’d just bought.

January 19, 2015

Every Second Counts: Ian Millar Outruns And Outguns Brianne Goutal At WEF

Just 2/100ths of a second was all Ian Millar needed to capture the $50,000 Wellington Equestrian Realty Grand Prix over Brianne Goutal on Jan. 17 at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Fla.

A 10-time Olympic veteran for Canada and one of the sport's most illustrious stars, Millar had a fantastic 2014 season with Dixson, including a big win in the $1.5 Million CP International Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows and a trip to France for the Canadian show jumping team at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

January 19, 2015

Who Won What This Weekend?

At the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Fla.

Just 2/100ths of a second was all Ian Millar needed to capture the $50,000 Wellington Equestrian Realty Grand Prix over Brianne Goutal.

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