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9th June 2001 Irish Take Close Second In Italian Nations Cup
After a shaky start to the Nations Cup season, with two disappointingresults at La Baule, France, and St. Gallen, Switzerland, an Irish teamtoday (June 8) once again showed the sparkling form that helped win the 2000Nations Cup series.
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9th June 2001
horse :: Saddletude Live ::
Monarchos goes after "Triple Crown wrecker" Point Given to try and even the score in Saturday's
$ 1,000,000 Belmont Stakes.
Three Day Event fans should see the dazzling video clips from Commonwealth CDCTA last weekend in Virginia
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9th June 2001 Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
CSIO Aachen Germany 12-17 June 2001
CEI-B Gladstone USA 23 June 2001 - (80 mile endurance ride)
CSI-B Lons Le Saunier France 15-17 June 2001
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8th June 2001
horse San Patrignano CSI-A (ITA)
Equestrian sport against drugs and social outcasting
The fifth international San Patrignano CSI-A Show Jumping, devoted to the memory of its late founder, Vincenzo Muccioli, will be held on next July 20-22 in the equestrian centre of the largest European drug rehabilitation centre. San Patrignano CSI-A represents a unique event in the sports world, because on this occasion horse-riding becomes the leader of an initiative of solidarity concerning social plagues as drug addiction and social outcasting.
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8th June 2001
horse BHS Calls For Bridleways To Be Opened
The British Horse Society is calling for more rights of way to be opened up in the countryside. The equestrian industry is losing over £100m a month and much of this is directly attributable to the closure of our rights of way
While some local authorities are responding to the government's call to open up the countryside, there are still too many who have not opened rights of way that carry no risk and in some cases are in purely arable land. The BHS urges local authorities to give priority to opening up the few rights of way that are open to horses. A great many people depend for their livelihood on these paths being open, not just for recreation.
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8th June 2001
Tahoe HITS Tahoe 2001 Horse Show Circuit Dates Announced
SAUGERTIES, NY June 7, 2001)--For the second consecutive year, Horse Shows In The Sun, Inc. will present HITS Tahoe in Minden, Nevada. From June 27 through July 22, 2001, this hunter/jumper horse show circuit features nearly 300 classes each week for four weeks including a $15,000 Open Jumper Prix every Friday, a $50,000 Grand Prix on three consecutive Sundays, and a $100,000 Grand Prix on the final day of the show. More than $800,000 in total prize money will be awarded. Horse Shows In The Sun management is anticipating that HITS Tahoe will again have an international roster of exhibitors including entries from the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Europe. The HITS Tahoe facility has 1,500 stalls available and can accommodate 1,000 horses and 2,500 horsemen each week.
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8th June 2001 Equestrian Work Provides Funds For Humanitarian Projects In The Mid 90's
Few realize, that when Stephen Apatow, opened his specialized work in biomechanics for veterinary and equestrian applications in Northern Nevada, that this work provided financial resources for the strategic planning and project development of humanitarian initiatives across the United States. After leaving the pursuit of international competition for cross country skiing and rowing and the completion of a Run Across America project in 1993, Apatow found himself in Northern Nevada working with Aimee Fulper, a student at the University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada 4-H Ambassador from 1990-92. This scope of this collaborative effort would encompass the development of projects which would bridge unmet needs to untapped community resources for frontline service programs across the United States and eventual formation of the non-profit organization Humanitarian Resource Institute in 1994.
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8th June 2001
horse FEI Flash News
7th June
Jerez 2002 World Equestrian Games in Chio Aachen
The Organising Committee of the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez will be present in Aachen and hold a press conference on Saturday 16 June, 3 pm In the CHIO Aachen Conference room
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8th June 2001
horse AHSA Announces Results Of Dressage Young Horse Finals
The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) announced today the results of the three Dressage Young Horse Finals, which were recently held to select the U.S. five and six year-old dressage horses that will represent the United States at the World Breeding Championship in Verden, Germany, August 8-11, 2001. A minimum qualifying score of 65% was required to enter into these finals.
According to the AHSA selection criteria, the minimum score required to advance to the World Breeding Championship is 75%. Based on the results of the finals, one U.S. entry achieved the minimum score and is eligible to attend. The U.S. wild card option is yet to be determined.
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8th June 2001
Tahoe HITS Doubles Prize Money for Week IV of HITS Tahoe 2001 Horse Show
SAUGERTIES, NY (June 7, 2001)--Horse Shows In The Sun, Inc. has announced that prize money for Week IV of HITS Tahoe in Minden, Nevada, is double this year. "Rather than hold the $100,000 Grand Prix and other big purse classes during Week V, which was a B-rated show last year, we will run HITS Tahoe as a four-week, all A-rated circuit," stated Tom Struzzieri, owner and president of HITS. "It was our intention to have five A-rated weeks, but since the last week of AHSA dates is not available this year, we will do the four A-rated shows only, with double the prize money in Week IV." HITS Tahoe 2001 will run from June 27 through July 22.
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8th June 2001 Show Jumping Results - CSIO Lisbon Portugal 7-10 June 2001
Competition II - VILA VITA PARC
1) Boherdeal Clover; Lt David O' Brien (IRL) ; 2) Luc ; Michel Robert (FRA) ; 3) Cabre Ibarra; Marie Pellegrin (FRA)
1) Mephisto van Tiiornesele; Natale Chiaudani (ITA) ; 2) Cassino CH; Andreas Ott (SUI) Prize Money 400,000 Portuguese Escudos; 3) Coolcorron Cool Diamond; Robert Splaine (IRL)
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7th June 2001
A Horse, of Course
with Don Blazer
The Fourth of July is the birthday of our nation. It’s the day we declared independence from foreign rule. Yet it was with foreign help that we won our freedom.
And even though historians will say horses played a minor role in the Revolutionary war, others will say, without the horse, our heroes would have lost the war and been hanged as traitors.
One thing is for sure, the War of Independence brought us our freedom, and it also brought us the American Cavalry.
The horse soldier came into his own.
Nearly a decade before the Boston Tea Party, events were taking place in Poland which would later have a profound effect on the American War of Independence.
Cassimir Pulaski was in the service of the Duke of Courland in 1768 learning the techniques of riding and cavalry warfare. Meanwhile Cassimir’s father, Joseph Pulaski was bringing men to arms in an effort to keep the Russians from interfering in Polish affairs. The political climate was similar to what was brewing in the American colonies.
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6th June 2001
horse The Fine Art of De-spooking
When I first arrived at the Rocky Mountain Training Center in Larkspur, Colorado, I thought I had plenty of experience with spooky horses. Starting the catty Argentine thoroughbreds for polo had certainly been challenging. Even my own Anglo/Arab had left me in the air several times. But nothing prepared me for the lightning speed that typified the Arabians. These horses could flinch sideways or reverse at a dead run. Without a decent seat and balance to match, it would have been a lot of long walks to the barn. It all really hit home while watching a video of the finish of a hundred-mile endurance race. Coming down off the mountain at a moderate pace after a hundred miles I witnessed mature horses still spooking! Then and there I committed to making a project of this phenomenon, common to all and chronic to some.
Self-preservation is clearly the reason for spooking. If we were to take that away, we would be riding very dangerous animals. That self-preservation is what allows us to trust our horses in umpteen dangerous situations. That same horse that spooks also takes us across fields filled with boulders and leg breaking holes. Is it fair to get upset or beat that same animal when he is legitimately afraid? I choose to respect it, once we have built a working rapport.
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5th June 2001
horse Dengie become Official Feed Supplier for HOYS
Grandstand Media Ltd today announced a comprehensive sponsorship deal with leading horse feed manufacturer Dengie Horse Feeds. Dengie will become the Horse of the Year Show’s Official Feed Supplier commencing with this year’s event (2nd - 7th October). In addition, Dengie will also be sponsoring two of the prestigious International Show Jumping classes on Friday and Saturday.
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5th June 2001
Catskills Canadian Olympian Eric LaMaze and Millcreek Raphael Win $100,000 Nevele Grande Grand Prix at HITS Catskills II
ELLENVILLE, NY (June 3, 2001)-Canadian Olympic Team member Eric LaMaze of Schomberg, Ontario, riding Millcreek Raphael was the faster of only two double-clears in a field of 45 to win the $100,000 Nevele Grande Grand Prix at HITS Catskills II in Ellenville, New York, today. In a four-horse jump-off, LaMaze was more than two seconds faster than second place Meredith Taylor of Annandale, New Jersey, on Victor owned by Full Cry Farm. Millcreek Raphael took home an engraved silver tray, an embroidered cooler, and $30,000 for owner Millcreek Stable. LaMaze was first in the order and said that he found the course difficult and long, but that he had a definite strategy. "It wouldn't have made a difference to me if I went fortieth or first," said LaMaze. "It was pretty clear once I walked the course. I stuck to my plan and the horse jumped wonderfully. I decided to gamble on a double-clear and see where that got me. I wasn't going for speed, I just wanted a double-clear and let them chase me a little." Buddy Brown of Wellington, Florida, was the course designer.
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5th June 2001
Catskills Marilyn Little and Pico De Gallo Win $15,000 Open Jumper Prix at HITS Catskills II
ELLENVILLE, NY (June 1, 2001)--Marilyn Little, 19, of Frederick, Maryland, riding Pico de Gallo, bested a field of 42 horses today to win the $15,000 Open Jumper Prix at HITS Catskills II in Ellenville, New York. Little's time was almost two-and-a-half seconds faster than second place Tracy Bartko and Argus. Pico de Gallo, an eight-year-old gelding from Brazil, brought home $4,500 for Little who owns him with Raylyn Farm. "He has the biggest heart of any horse I've ever ridden," said Little. "You can make mistakes on him and he still tries to jump clear." Buddy Brown of Wellington, Florida, designed today's course. The $15,000 Open Jumper Prix is held in the Grand Prix Field on Friday each week of the six-event HITS Catskills summer series of horse shows.
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5th June 2001
horse AHSA Announces July Board Meeting
The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) announced today that the next meeting of its Board of Directors will be held on Tuesday, July 10, 2001 from 12 noon until 5 PM (ET) at the Marriott Griffin Gate Resort in Lexington, KY. For guest room reservations, please call (859) 231-5100 no later than June 8th and ask for the special AHSA rate of $79.00. All AHSA members are welcome to attend.
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4th June 2001 Understanding Your Horse Business Expansion
"Grow or die" is a familiar phrase to anyone who runs their own business. It's probably never been truer than in today's marketplace, where change occurs at warp speed. As the horse business owner or manager, you brainstorm, hear about, and consider a multitude of new ideas to enhance your business regularly. How do you decide which ideas are worth pursuing, and which need to be put back on the shelf? Understanding how businesses expand gives a starting place for this process. There are four ways to expand your horse business.
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4th June 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO St Gallen Switzerland 1-4 June 2001
June 2, 2001
1) Garronturton Lady; Dermot Lennon (IRL) ;2) Centaure du Murier; Ha nsueli Sprunger (SUI) ;3) Pomone de Couzeix; Philippe Le Jeune (BEL)

Competition No.7 - LAND ROVER GRAND PRIX , 2. June 2001
1) Gladdys S; Ludger Beerbaum (GER) ;2) Loro Piana Esprit FRH; Lars Nieberg (GER) ;3) VDL Cardento 933; Peter Eriksson (SWE)
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3rd June 2001 Whats in the Stars for Your Horse?,
(C) Kim Devries
Just as the Sun is at the centre of our universe, the Sun is the central focus of energy in an equine natal astrology chart. As your horse gains maturity, the energy of the Sun-sign becomes more dominant. This happens, as the Sun sign progressively becomes the synthesis point for the various sides of your horse's personality. The Sun sign represents approximately 70% of the nature your horse's personality. It should, however, be noted that the Sun sign descriptions are of broad personality types. Their accuracy in any given case not only depends on the age of your horse, but also on the overall strength and condition of the Sun, in relation to the natal chart as a whole. This is particularly the case with regard to aspects the Sun forms with other planets in the natal chart.
All of us who are passionate about horses understand that equine personalities are equally as unique and complex as those of our human counterparts are. It is important for us and for our horses that our human and equine personalities are matched in a partnership, so that we can work together for mutual benefit and enjoyment. It is poetry in motion, when human and equine partners trust and respect one another, work together and have fun together. Yet no matter how ideal a relationship may be, there will always be challenges for us to face. If we can embrace these challenges in a positive manner, they give us opportunities for a dynamic and rewarding partnership with our horse. The tool of Astrology can be used to help us make the most of the strengths in our partnership, as well as find positive ways of embracing the challenges.
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3rd June 2001
horse Equitana Asia Pacific - News Update
June 2001
One day is definitely not enough!
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3rd June 2001 Show Jumping Result - CSIO St Gallen Switzerland 1-4 June 2001
Competition 5 - Preis von BONAPARTY
1) Scutt; Willi Melliger (SUI) ;2) Loro Piana Aramis ; Roberto Arioldi (ITA) ;3) Champion Du Lys; Ludger Beerbaum (GER) ;4) Liscalgot; Dermott Lennon (IRL)

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