All Blog Posts Tagged 'show' (39)

Details That Make a Winner

We’ve all heard it – it’s the attention to details that makes a winner. So over the next few columns, can I share some of the details I see overlooked as I walk across the show grounds or sit in the judge’s booth?

Gotta say, most of these are training oversights. And believe me, years ago I’d…

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Added by Lindsay Grice on August 29, 2014 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Ready for the Show Ring?

As a judge and competitor, I’ve seen a lot of bad horse show experiences. From horses who begin to anticipate in the class to those who refuse to go in the gate. There are riders falling off and others just falling apart emotionally. 



If training a horse is like climbing a…

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Added by Lindsay Grice on September 5, 2012 at 7:29am — 1 Comment

STEP BY STEP & COLORADO HORSE PARK RAISE THOUSANDS FOR COMMUNITY DISPLACED BY FIRES

STEP BY STEP & COLORADO HORSE PARK FOUNDATIONS RAISE THOUSANDS FOR FAMILIES DISPLACED BY WALDO CANYON FIRES AT SUMMER IN ROCKIES SERIES

CHILDREN RECEIVE SCHOOL SUPPLIES THANKS TO STEP BY STEP’S “SCHOOL IN A BACKPACK”

ONLINE INITIATIVE BEFORE FALL CLASSES BEGIN…

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Added by Sydney Masters on August 6, 2012 at 9:27am — No Comments

When Things go Wrong in the Show Ring

During March of this year, 2012, I had fun presenting a clinic of this title at the Can Am horse expo along with notable hunter judge, BarbaraMitchell and again with reining judge Gary Yaghdjian. We fed of each other’s energy as we highlighted various mistakes judges note on their cards and how to…

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Added by Lindsay Grice on July 4, 2012 at 9:18pm — No Comments

Mark Your Calendars For NEDA Spring Show At Marshfield Fairgrounds

It’s time to mark your calendars for the New England Dressage Association’s (NEDA) Spring Dressage Show at Marshfield Fairgrounds, May 12th and 13th. Always a highlight of the year, and a great way to kick off the season, the NEDA Spring Show offers classes from Training Level to Grand Prix, qualifying classes, great footing, permanent stalls and a fantastic venue.

 

“The NEDA Spring Show is one of the first shows of the year in New England and a great time to bring your horse…

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Added by New England Dressage Association on May 3, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments

The New England Dressage Association Celebrates 40 Years Of Dressage Excellence

NEDA Judges Training in 1985



Charlestown, MA – Happy 40th birthday to the New England Dressage Association! Founded in 1972, the New England Dressage Association (NEDA) started with a handful…

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Added by New England Dressage Association on May 3, 2012 at 2:53pm — No Comments

Team Step by Step's Emanuel Andrade Named Future Champion at Winter Equestrian Festival

15-year-old Emanuel Andrade was presented as the Future Champions Leading Junior Jumper Rider on Saturday, February 25, at the FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida. The teen, who hails from Caracas, Venezuela and who has his stables and family home in Palm Beach County regularly champions the charity Step by Step Foundation in competition in show jumping competitions. He has been consisting winning in the Junior Jumper division and placing in Grand Prix…

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Added by Sydney Masters on March 4, 2012 at 5:55pm — No Comments

Cole's First Show

Cole's First Show

 

Don’t get excited.  It really wasn’t a big deal.  One morning, we found out there was a horse show at the public show ring.  Since we were planning to ride up there, anyway, we thought we would expose Cole to some of the excitement. 

We rode all around the back trails behind the showground, like we usually do.  This gave him a chance to get acquainted with the loud speaker blaring.

We then rode to the show grounds and stood on the outskirts…

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Added by Judi Daly on September 19, 2011 at 4:40pm — No Comments

Trainers Times Two

I have been having some difficulty lately with two trainers. My dressage trainer herself has issues with this too. The only difference is that she has two in the same discipline, I have two in different disciplines (dressage and jumping).

Sometimes I wonder if she is sad about me doing bothe and not be a…

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Added by Julie Quintrall on September 9, 2011 at 2:39pm — 1 Comment

Lessons learned...

Isn't it crazy the lessons you can learn from horses? Just the other day I learned a really important one!

 

I have always wanted to show my horse. I thought this summer would be great to start. Everything seemed to work out quite lovely. I found a trailer to rent just down the road, I practiced with Comet every day and I picked out all the shows months in advance.

 

I spent a whole day with my friend (who would be my barn show hand) preparing for the show.…

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Added by Hartley Hutchinson on August 30, 2011 at 3:33pm — 6 Comments

First Sleep Away Show Ever: Reflections on Day 4

It's actually Sunday morning, the last day of the show, and I'm writing this while the kiddo is happily singing in the shower. The joy in her voice as she belts out whatever lyrics come to mind is the reason we did this whole away show thing. Ridiculously expensive as it it is, it's a chance for Mom and kiddo to live… Continue

Added by Me & My Big Girl on July 24, 2011 at 8:31am — No Comments

Show Woes: Dealing With Fear

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Added by Me & My Big Girl on June 21, 2011 at 9:37am — 3 Comments

Dear Drama Queen-

Dear Drama Queen,

I understand getting upset. You have so much passion and desire for riding. I know how much you want to do the very best job. Sometimes the world seems to conspire against you; it’s like every bad thing happens to you and none of it is…

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Added by Anna Blake on April 15, 2011 at 8:00am — 1 Comment

Professional Dressage Groom's Top Ten Grooming Items for Horse Shows

Professional Dressage Groom's Top Ten Grooming Items for Horse Shows

By: Justin Ridgewell

- Over the past six years I have been a professional groom and working student to the elite dressage training facility Oakcrest Farm. I have had the great opportunity and pleasure of traveling across Canada, the USA and even to Europe with grand prix…

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Added by Justin Ridgewell on March 7, 2011 at 9:30pm — 1 Comment

Girl Power wins Big at the FTI Great Charity Challenge in Wellington, Florida

An all girl showjumping team sponsored by prominent showjumping owner and breeder Susan Grange scored second place and won $125,000 for their charity Horses N Heroes. For several months I have been helping Mindy Nolan-Morrow. Executive Director of the mentoring program for girls, write letters to potential sponsors and donors, construct press releases, plan events, create marketing materials and in general get the word out.  When I heard about the FTI Great Charity Challenge, I told Mindy…

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Added by Susan E. Benson on February 21, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Consumer Question

I am currently looking to buy my horse a breastplate; one with elastic so that she can have freedom of movement over large fences. Here's the thing: I am on a budget (cannot spend more than $160.00) and I am leaning towards a 5-point breastplate or a regular elastic breastplate. What do you ridders out there prefer? As far as brands go, I've been told that Kieffer is a good brand, but I would have to wait 4-6 weeks to get it…

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Added by Johanna Oberhauser on December 16, 2010 at 3:23am — 4 Comments

Natural Horsemanship in the Grand Prix Ring – is there a link?

Natural Horsemanship in the Grand Prix Ring – is there a link?

By Lindsey Forkun, www.LFEquestrian.com

 

Natural horsemanship is a training phenomenon that has been gaining popularity all over the world. Primarily it seems that mostly Western riders and pleasure riders are the ones to pick up this new technique, but what about the English and Jumper riders? What about in the Grand Prix Show Jumping…

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Added by Lindsey Forkun on December 13, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

A Good Day :)

So I'm pretty new to blogging, but I decided that I had a super day today and it would be fun to at least document some of it. Today was Treasure's third show of the year (second show away from home) and he was absolutely brilliant!! I think today was the first time he went to a show and didn't spook at anything - a milestone for sure! He was a bit quick for the judge's liking in our Western…

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Added by Alaina M. on September 18, 2010 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Brando and Loretta

Loretta has been sold to a really nice family in Orangeville. She will be bred to Carbadino for 2011 foal. Brando is going to the same family-Courtney is going to be working with Brando preparing him for the show ring.

Very excited for both.

Added by Debbie Meehan on August 10, 2010 at 9:16am — No Comments

William Micklem asks IS THIS A MAGIC SUIT OF CLOTHES?

 

 

Dublin show at the Royal Dublin Society in Ballsbridge is the centrepiece and driving force for many in the Irish Equestrian community. It is so dominant in our culture that people just talk about it as ‘the horse show’, despite the fact that there are…

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Added by William Micklem on August 8, 2010 at 3:00am — 8 Comments

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