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Highlights

Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Sacramento 10/07/17

Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Sacramento – Interview with Jenni Martin-McAllister

FEI World Cup™ Jumping Sacramento – Jenni Martin-McAllister

Interview with Jenni Martin-McAllister, second placed rider at FEI World Cup™ Jumping Sacramento

October 8, 2017|

US Equestrian Announces Combinations for 2017 LONGINES FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final Omaha

by US Equestrian Communications Department | Mar 20, 2017, 3:30 PM EST

Lexington, Ky. – US Equestrian has announced the eight athlete/horse combinations that will represent the United States at the 2017 LONGINES FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final, March 29-April 2, 2017, at the CenturyLink Center Omaha, Neb.

The following athletes qualified during the 2016-2017 World Cup qualifying season in their respective leagues (listed in qualifying order):

 

LONGINES FEI World Cup™, North American East Coast Sub-League

Laura Kraut (Royal Palm Beach, Fla.) with Old Willow Farms, LLC’s Zeremonie, a 2007 Holsteiner mare

Audrey Coulter (San Francisco, Calif.) with Copernicus Stables, LLC’s Alex, a 2004 Westphalian gelding, and Capital Colnardo, a 2005 Holsteiner stallion

McLain Ward (Brewster, N.Y.) with Double H Farm & Francois Mathy’s HH Azur, a 2006 Belgian Warmblood mare

Charlie Jacobs (Boston, Mass.) with CMJ Sporthorse LLC’s Cassinja S, a 2006 Zweibrücker mare, or Calanta, a 2007 Dutch Warmblood gelding

Todd Minikus (Loxahatchee, Fla.) with Jack Snyder and Two Swans Farm’s Babalou 41, a 2005 Oldenburg mare

 

LONGINES FEI World Cup™, North American West Coast Sub-League

Karl Cook (Woodside, Calif.) with Signe Ostby’s Tembla, a 2004 Zangersheide mare

Jenni McAllister (Sun Valley, Calif.) with LEGISequine.com’s LEGIS Touch the Sun, a 2006 Holsteiner gelding, or LEGIS Venice, a 2005 Holsteiner mare

Jamie Barge (Malibu, Calif.) with Kylie Co.’s Luebbo, a 2005 Oldenburg Springpferd gelding

View more information about the 2017 LONGINES FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final

April 20, 2017|

Dec. 19-20 Buddy Brown Clinic

Olympic veteran, renowned clinician and course designer Buddy Brown is a living legend in the industry. He was fortunate to study under great horseman such as: Bertalen DeNemethy, Hunter Hall of Fame inductee, Robert Freels and the cornerstone of the American Jumping System, George Morris. At 18 years of age, Buddy became the youngest rider to win the Grand Prix of Dublin. He went on to compete for the U.S. in the 1976 Olympics. His riding career includes team and individual Pan Am medals, a win in the prestigious American Invitational and being the only three-time winner of the American Show Jumping Derby.

December 16, 2015|

George Morris Clinic

Screen-Shot-2015-12-16-at-11.26.41-AMEmily Williams and her horse Beach Boy attended the George Morris clinic at Middle Ranch December 8th – 10th. She had a wonderful experience and learned a ton! Check out our Instagram for a few pictures!

December 15, 2015|