Month: February 2022Page 1 of 94

Twin Rivers Ranch Cancels Winter H.T. Due to Ongoing EHV-1 Concerns

EHV-1 continues to dominate California’s equestrian headlines as an outbreak has forced the cancellation of shows this month. The latest cancellation is the Twin Rivers Winter H.T., scheduled to be held March 3-6. The venue

Lowe’s is back with free DIY kids workshops

Have you heard the FREE Kids’ Workshops at Lowe’s are back? It’s finally happening – the kids’ workshop is back in person at Lowe’s. Now you don’t need to have your kid hammering at home and waking up the baby. Or giving you a headache. Now they get to do all that back in person at Lowe’s for free no less.

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Monday Video: No More Whisker Clipping

As of July 2021, clipping a horse’s sensitive facial whiskers is off limits according to the FEI and can result in disqualification from an FEI competition. (Need a rule refresher? Check out the 2022 FEI

Here’s Where You Can Zip Line Near Greenville, SC

Are you looking for places to zip line near Greenville? Zip-lining is a recreational activity that guarantees to wow your kids and one that they won’t stop talking about for a while. There’s something about braving those tracks and feeling a sense of accomplishment (and relief) upon completing it. Check out our list of zip-lining experiences that range from our local playgrounds, indoor gyms to farms and forest reserves.

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US Equestrian Opens Bid Process for Remaining Weeks of 2023-2027 Eventing Calendar

Lexington, Ky. – A bid process opens today, Monday, February 28, for the weeks identified below for the 2023-2027 U.S. Eventing Calendar for the CCI4*-S, CCI3*-L, and Advanced levels. The bid process will be conducted in accordance with the 2023-2027 U.S….

FEI Removes All International Equestrian Events in Russia and Belarus

The FEI Executive Board met today to unanimously condemn the invasion of Ukraine by Russian military forces and agree on the ramifications to equestrian sport in Russia and Belarus. In line with the IOC statement

New York Changes Where Jockeys Must Serve Suspensions

New York regulators have given final approval to a new rule giving the state Gaming Commission discretion to require jockeys to serve riding violation suspensions at the track where the violation occurred.

Rood & Riddle to Host International Podiatry Conference

Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital will host the second Rood and Riddle International Podiatry Conference, an educational seminar for veterinarians and farriers, April 15-16 at the Spy Coast Equine Educational Center on Newtown Pike in Lexington.

TOC Honors Reddam Racing, Tommy Town, and Baoma Corp.

The Thoroughbred Owners of California gave its 2021 statistical awards to Reddam Racing, Tommy Town Thoroughbreds, and Baoma Corp. All winners will be recognized at TOC’s annual meetings at Del Mar Aug. 13 and at Golden Gate Fields Oct. 22.

Ganadora, Highly Respected Impress in Debuts

Ganadora, a $1 million Keeneland September yearling, and Highly Respected, a half brother to grade 3 winner By Your Side, both won their first starts Feb. 26 at two different tracks.