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The Knapstrupper

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Finding The Right Riding Instructor

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Funnell Wins Sunday Times Sportswoman Of The Year Award
Sponsor a Christmas Donkey
Veteran Horse Society Olympia finalists confirmed.
Historic day for The British Horse Society as Ragwort Control Bill goes through
Farmkey Freezemarks More Unusual Species
American Paint Horse Association seeks adventurers for Ride America saddle-log program
PSOA Launches Showjumping "Fun" Series For Affiliated Riders
Hang out with the in-crowd at Olympia

Horse Passport Agency Launched To Meet Huge Demand
British Horse Society comments on passport regulations

British Horse Society the first national equine body to gain government accreditation
FEI Eventing World Cup News
FEI World Cup Dressage News
FEI World Cup Jumping News
FEI World Cup Driving News
Bright Start For Equus 2004
Veteran Horse Society is now issuing passports from just £5.00
Be Seen This Winter Says BETA
Celebrity vet's mission to save the brick kiln donkeys of Cairo

Win a night to remember courtesy of PUFFA
Star-studded line-up at the British Equine Event 2003
Alternative pet gift at Christmas for young animal lovers
Federation Equestre Internationale News

10th January 2004
Pristine Pasture And Paddocks
With winter debris still prevalent, and paddock spring-cleaning just around the corner, the early part of the year can be a cleaning nightmare. So, it is good to know that Terra-Vac, the market-leader of industrial suction cleaners and all-purpose sweepers, can, and will, meet all your paddock and pasture management requirements.
For smaller cleaning tasks the Terra-Vac Colt, which can be easily towed by a ride-on mower or ATV, is ideal. Powered by a 9hp petrol or 11hp diesel engine, the Colt is as efficient clearing open areas with its suction hover-plate as it is in tricky confined places with its wanderhose. There really are no areas of the stables, feeding areas or paddocks that can escape the Colt.
If your requirements are on a larger scale then the Stud - with its hydraulically tipped body and huge capacity starting at three cubic metres - is the Terra-Vac for you. In fact, the Terra-Vac Stud is already the first choice clearing and cleaning tool of racecourses and studs the length and breadth of the UK. Its popularity can be ascribed to the fact that not only is it the cure for current pasture and paddock debris troubles, but it can also prevent future grazing problems thanks to its substantial suction power which is capable of clearing damaging redworm (strongyles) larvae from surrounding grass areas.
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2004 AHJF Hunter Classic Spectacular
WHAT: The American Hunter-Jumper Foundation Hunter Classic Spectacular. This is a qualifying event featuring the top national amateur, junior and professional show hunter riders. This premier equine event offers the top money in the nation. It is the one event hunter riders aspire to compete in. There is no entry fee for the competitors. Riders qualify through preliminary competitions held during the Winter Equestrian Festival, February 18-21, 2004.
WHEN: February 21st - 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
WHERE: Winter Equestrian Festival, 14440 Pierson Rd., Wellington, FL. Event will take place in the International Arena, a large grassy field in a beautiful tropical setting, surrounded by spectator and sponsor tents. The arena is lower than the surrounding tents offering viewers a great chance to see the competition.
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Orthopedic Functional Leg Brace Technology is here now from NTD Equine Brace.
Our 30 years of Orthopedic Custom Brace building knowlege has allowed us to develop a new line of custom leg brace which we have been proving over the last several years.
Our committment is to improve the quality of life for the horse in need.Working with top Equine vets from Serenity Equine Hospital,Oregon State University,Pioneer Equine Hospital(Oakdale California),Littleton Large Animal Hospital,Kesmarc of Kentucky, and other independent DVM has allowed us to intergrate our technology to improve the quality of life and in some cases save a horses life.
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Think you know a lot about horses?
If you do, then you can win a FREE online horse course from Success University.
Log onto and take the Horse Smart Quiz. If you score as high as 90 per cent, you’ll win the online course How to Choose Bits and Determine Good Shoeing, a $75 value. The course is part of the nine courses required to earn a Professional Designation in Horse Training from Austin Education Center. A Certificate of Recognition is issued for each of the courses successfully completed.
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Eric Mitchell Announced As Research Director For Blood-Horse Publications
LEXINGTON, KY - Blood-Horse Publications, a multimedia publishing company that traces its roots to 1916, announces that Eric Mitchell has accepted the position of research director, a vacancy created when Jim Cox, former research director for the company was recently named advertising director. Mitchell will resume his new responsibilities effective immediately and will also continue his duties as editor of TBH MarketWatch, a newsletter for Thoroughbred investors.
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Show Jumping Results: CSI*** Abu Dhabi 7 - 9 January 2004
• Class No: 2, International Table A With Jump Off, 1) Dermott Lennon (IRL) Impact, 2) Ibrahim Hani Bisharat Chico (JOR), 3) Mohammed Al Owais (UAE) Capricio. • Class No: 3, 6 BAR, 1) Dermott Lennon (IRL) I Caesar, =2) Bader Al Darwish (QAT) Cameloti, =2) HRH Princess Haya of Jordan (JOR) Nasheed Al Watan. • Class No: 6, International Puissance, =1) Adel Khamis (UAE) Le Grannus Metodo, =1) Dermott Lennon (IRL) I Caesar, =1) Joseph Assaf (LIB) Cassidron. • Class No: 8, International Small Grand Prix 1m40, 1) Nadia Taryam (UAE) Coralle 26, 2) Abdullah Humaid (UAE) Tip Top, 3) J. Francois Rondoux (FRA) Al Fahd. • Class No: 9, International Grand Prix 1m45, 1) Dermott Lennon (IRL) Impact, 2) Muftah Al Daheri (UAE) Quinta, 3) Shk. Ali bin Khaled Al-Thani (QAT) Francesco di Giorgio
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News Headlines 9th January 2004
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No Gain, No Pain
With the more mild months still around the corner, are the winter conditions causing you concern over your horse's weight loss - not how to prevent it, but how to achieve it? If so, you may sometimes feel that you are in the minority, but in fact your concerns are not entirely surprising as there are a host of possible contributory factors for this, including:
" Continuing reduced workload
" Increased amount of time indoors
" An inherent tendency to gain weight
" Being a 'good-doer'
" The feed currently supplied is over-compensating for the lack of available grazing
However, you should not consider the task of reducing the weight of your horse at this of time year as being impossible. In fact, by feeding him a low calorie mix, your horse can digest all the goodness he needs whilst simultaneously shedding the pounds.
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Federation Equestre Internationale News
7 January 2004
With 3135 points, the Swiss rider Markus Fuchs is leading the FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings No. 36 despite having scored no points in December 2003.
Sweden's Rolf-Goran Bengtsson headed the line-up at the seventh leg of the FEI World Cup Jumping series in Mechelen, Belgium when scorching to victory with Mac Kinley in the Land Rover Grand Prix.

FEI BCM WORLD DRESSAGE RIDERS RANKINGS : Ulla Salzgeber's lead undisputed
In the middle of the World Cup season, Ulla Salzgeber's reign over the rankings is unquestionable. With a total of 80.615, she is almost 4 points ahead her runner-up Lisa Wilcox (USA).
FEI DRESSAGE WORLD CUP, Mechelen, Belgium, 29 December 2003
Spirit of Song accompanies Salinero to victory
Anky van Grunsven showed she is back on top form with a resounding victory in the FEI World Cup Dressage Qualifier in Mechelen last December.
FEI WORLD CUP DRIVING : Schrijvers wins FEI World Cup Driving at home soil
Gert Schrijvers won the FEI World Cup Driving competition of Mechelen, Belgium. Encouraged by the enthusiastic crowd in the sold out Nekkerhal, Schrijvers drove his team of Arabo Friesian sport horses fluently through the course, designed by German course designer Falk Böhnisch.
The Order of the British Empire (OBE) is a long established recognition, which is given to persons in all walks of life - sport, arts, industry, and medicine - for outstanding work.
Jack Le Goff, 72, has been named as the winner of the 2003 USA Equestrian Lifetime Achievement Award for the Jimmy A. Williams Trophy.
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UNBRIDLED passion leads to National Media Award
Original series created by Capital Region resident earns top Broadcast honor
January 6, 2003 -- Albany, NY – UNBRIDLED with Susan Kayne is the recipient of the prestigious 2003 Excellence in Broadcast Media Award presented by the U.S. Equestrian Federation. The award will be formally presented to Susan Kayne at the Pegasus Dinner held in Los Angeles, CA on January 16, 2004. The series was produced locally through Kayne’s rockin’horse productions.
Kayne filmed UNBRIDLED in Saratoga, NY at the Oklahoma Training Track and Main Track while simultaneously galloping horses for Todd Pletcher, Bill Mott and Christophe Clement.
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USEF Mourns Passing of Celebrated Horseman Billy Haggard
Gladstone, NJ—January 8, 2004—U.S. Equestrian (USEF) mourns the passing of William D. “Billy” Haggard, one of the nation’s notable horsemen, who passed away on January 5, 2004. Haggard is survived by his wife, Janet; two sons, William D. Haggard, IV, and Edward Haggard; and a brother, John Haggard; as well as three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Despite the fact that he never had any formal training, Haggard continually earned the right to compete at the highest levels of international competition. He began his equestrian career in steeplechasing and was the leading amateur steeplechase rider in 1957. Afterward, Haggard shifted to show hunters and later to eventing.
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U.S. Equestrian Names Leading Sires For 2003
U.S. Equestrian ranked almost 4,000 stallions in 20 different Leading Sire categories for 2003. The Leading Sire awards are based on points earned by recorded offspring in United States Equestrian Federation recognized competition during the competition year.
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FEI Eventing Horse and Rider Registration Forms Now Available
The form to register horses and riders competing in CICs and CCIs with the FEI is now available online at Please note that this is an ANNUAL registration and must be completed prior to entering any FEI eventing competition. If you do not have a registration number prior to the competition you will not be allowed to start. There will be no exceptions this year.
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8th January 2004
The British Horse Society British Horse Society to launch 'new look' welfare publications and 'BHS Equi Weight Watchers' in 2004
The British Horse Society (BHS) will be launching a number of new welfare initiatives in 2004, starting with a 'new look' magazine, a first time horse owner's pack and teaming up with the Laminitis Trust's 'Fit not Fat' campaign by introducing 'BHS Equi Weight Watchers'.The first issue of 'BHS Equi-Care' magazine will be published early in February and distributed to anyone interested in equine welfare, including those who have BHS Rescue ponies on loan and BHS Welfare Supporter's Club members. The magazine will contain a host of welfare issues; pasture management, Ragwort control, behaviour problems and condition scoring with weight control.
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Actress Stefanie Powers To Attend Sunday Polo Game At New International Polo Club Palm Beach
WELLINGTON - January 7, 2004 Stefanie Powers, best known for her role in TV's Hart to Hart, is expected to attend the 22-goal Joe Barry Memorial tournament game Sunday at 3 p.m. at the new International Polo Club Palm Beach.
Powers will participate in the post-match trophy ceremonies between Old Pueblo and Crab Orchard, two teams fighting to make the playoffs.
Crab Orchard, using a revamped lineup, defeated Everglades 10-8 in its first game. Patron George Rawlings' team played without superstar Memo Gracida, a 10-goaler for more than 20 years who is nursing a sore back. Joining Rawlings will be 8-goaler Julio Arellano, who led the team with five goals in its first game. If Gracida is able to play, his son Julio, will also play. If the Hall of Famer cannot play, Rawlings will call upon Roberto Gonzales and Pablo Spanachi to fill the void.
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American Hunter Jumper Foundation, Inc. Emergency Relief Fund Assists Hidden Hill Farm After Tragic Fire
January 7, 2004--WEST BOYLSTON, Massachusetts -- The American Hunter Jumper Foundation (AHJF) recently came to the aid of Chip Leonard and Morgan Taylor, well-known hunter/jumper professionals in Alpharetta, GA. Leonard and Taylor lost their stable, all its contents, and eight horses in a fire.
Months after the horrific fire, Morgan Taylor still has questions about its cause. “Hidden Hill Farm is a family-run business. We all live just a few hundred yards from the barn and we were home in various parts of the house when it started.” It was close to 11:30 p.m. one August night when Morgan’s daughter went to look out the window as she thought she saw the red glow of brake lights. What she thought was brake lights turned out to be the 12 stall barn fully engulfed in flames. While arson has been ruled out by the fire investigators, no cause has ever been determined. The barn was only a few years old and all electrical work was done to code.
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Betty Cox Named 2003 Junior Equestrian Of The Year
Betty Cox, 17, of Danville, KY, has been named as the 2003 Junior Equestrian of the Year. The presentation of the Ruth O'Keefe Meredith Memorial Trophy will be made at the Pegasus Awards Dinner, Friday, January 16, during the 2004 U.S. Equestrian Annual Meeting at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.
Accomplishments that helped propel Cox include wins at the 2003 USAE Saddle Seat Medal Finals, UPHA Senior Championship, the Good Hands National Saddle Seat Championship and the World’s Grand Champion Senior Rider. Cox is in the top tenth percentile of her junior class and counts field hockey and lacrosse among her other endeavors.
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Peter Wylde Named USEF International High Performance Athlete of the Month for December
Gladstone, NJ—January 7, 2003— Peter Wylde of Maastricht, The Netherlands was named United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) International High Performance Athlete of the Month for December after he was named Leading Rider at CSI-W Geneva in early December. The award is given based on consistent superior performances throughout the show.
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Opening Day Filled With Glamour, Furious Action At New International Polo Club Palm Beach
WELLINGTON, Florida, January 6, 2004 -- Glamour and riveting action went hand in hand as a new era in high-goal polo in the United States began with the historic grand opening of the International Polo Club Palm Beach on Sunday (Jan. 4).
"This is the exciting start of a new tradition," said International Polo Club Palm Beach General Manager Michael Brown. "John and Carroll Goodman have built a world-class polo facility that is open to everyone."
At halftime, a helicopter delivered champagne to midfield where the bubbly was served from the backs of a quartet of Hummers, official vehicles of the club. Beautiful models showed off the latest fashions from major designers throughout the day. Prior to the match, more than 350 guests enjoyed a delicious buffet catered by The Breakers. Gentlemen wore blue blazers and khaki's while many women sported beautiful hats while others preferred more casual attire.
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7th January 2004
World First For Horse Temperature Reading
In a first for the horse world, the whole experience of taking horse’s temperature will now be much less stressful for animal, owner and vet. This ground-breaking development is thanks to the launch of a new implantable biosensor from the makers of Identichip, the market leading animal microchip.
The launch of Identichip with Bio-Thermo is the most significant development to animal microchips since they were first introduced in 1989. Instead of using traditional rectal mercury thermometers, which can cause stress and discomfort to the horse, vets are now turning to the new chip, as it combines unique animal identification technology with a temperature reading biosensor giving highly accurate results, simply and easily.
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The British Horse Society British Horse Society says take up riding in support of campaign to end obesity
The British Horse Society (BHS) urges children and adults alike to take up horse riding in support of the Government's anti-obesity drive announced yesterday (5 January)*.
"Healthy exercise is just as important as a balanced diet", says BHS chief executive Kay Driver. "The BHS fully supports the Government in its bid to end the frightening number of obesity cases, particularly obesity in young children, by cracking down on unhealthy foods available in schools, but diet is only part of the problem. Along with a well balanced diet, good health can be encouraged with regular exercise. For many, this conjures up images of sweating it out in the gym and while this may work well for some, what could be better than a New Year's resolution to take up riding?" Please click here for further details
Equidry Wins Outback/Sidelines Equestrian Triathlon®
WELLINGTON, FLORIDA - December 28, 2003 - Show jumper Todd Minikus, dressage rider Shawna Harding, and polo player Gabriel Crespo playing as Team Equidry Distributions, LLC won the fourth annual Outback/Sidelines Equestrian Triathlon in the Internationale Arena at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club, in Wellington, FL, on Saturday, December 27. After three phases of competition the trio scored a total of 275 points to earn the Gold Medal.
"As it is every year, it was extremely enjoyable," said Todd Minikus, a three-time participant. "It really gets the horse community together." The winning team held five practice sessions together to prepare for the event. Gabriel Crespo said, "We respect each other. We found out how difficult the other one's sport is." Shawna Harding said it was exciting to be teamed with world-class riders Todd and Gabriel. "We tried so hard - it was lots of fun and for a great charity."
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Rockmount Flight second in Mechelen, Belgium Grand Prix
Rockmount Flight (ISH), ridden by G. Puck (AUT), jumped a double clear round at the Mechelen, Belgium CSI W (December 26th to 30th, 2003) to come second in Mondays €50,000 Grand Prix.
Windgates King Koal (ISH) and Conor Swail (IRE) also competed at Mechelen, winning Saturdays Nekkerhal Cup 1m40 class and coming third in the Agora Prijs 1m45 class on Monday. Gandini Stardust IV (ISH), ridden by M. Merschformann (GER), took second place in Sundays L’Annee Hippique Prijs 1m40 class.
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6th January 2004
New personalised maps for horse riders
Great news for horse riders! Ordnance Survey has launched an online service where you can order individually printed maps centred on an area of your choice - whether that's a favourite ride, the yard where you keep your horse or a destination for a riding holiday.
The new OS Select service enables you to site-centre a 1:25 000 scale folded Explorer map on an area of your choice ensuring that everything you need to know is on one map so you never find yourself 'falling off the edge'! The Explorer map is an ideal companion for horse riders helping you easily locate riding stables, hidden bridleways, footpaths, local pubs and picnic sites. Detailed contours will even allow you to evaluate the difficulty of your route so you can select a challenging path to push you and your horse.
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British Horse Society comments on passport policy letter from Defra
The British Horse Society (BHS) has today commented on the letter it has received from Defra, addressed to all equine Passport Issuing Organisations (PIOs).
'Having received a letter from Defra regarding the policy on approval of horse passport silhouette completion, The British Horse Society is extremely concerned about the economic impact this will have on owners of equines.
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Nearly 30 Riders Donate Time for Demonstrations & Clinics During Superstar Awareness Weekend
Proceeds benefit Miami Project to Cure Paralysis
WELLINGTON: Helping to raise awareness about the fight to cure paralysis, 28 professional and/or Olympic equestrians will be donating their time throughout the Superstar Awareness Weekend, Jan. 17-18, 2004, at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) show grounds. This event was created to thank the dozens of healthcare providers, physicians and specialists from Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Trauma Hawk emergency helicopters, the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis and others who will be providing healthcare and emergency services to WEF riders as necessary this season.
Last year at WEF, Grand Prix rider and Superstar Awareness Weekend organizer/volunteer Debbie Stephens fell from her horse and received improper care in the crucial first 48 hours, which could have ended her career as a professional athlete. Debbie attributes her proper care and rehabilitation to the Miami Project. She has dedicated her life to raising awareness about paralysis and the immediate need to bring proper healthcare to the equestrian community. The Superstar Awareness Weekend is just one step in the efforts to address this need.
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Aly Dark Wins South Pacific Award
Aly Dark (Thoroughbred: Alydar – Moonlight Jig, by Jig Time) has been named as the recipient of the 2003 South Pacific Memorial Award.
Aly Dark (deceased) has ranked among the leading sires of show jumpers in the United States for the past few years primarily due to the earnings of his son Bradford (Thoroughbred: Aly Dark – Virablee, by Pirateer) who has amassed over $165,000 in Grand Prix earnings since 1995.
The South Pacific Memorial Award recognizes the top ranked U.S.-based sire of show jumpers and was created by Joan Irvine Smith of The Oaks, in memory of her flagship stallion South Pacific (Holsteiner: Silvester – Kamara, by Cor de la Bryere). To be considered, a stallion must be based in the United States and at least 75% of the progeny earnings must be from offspring born in North America.
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American Horse Council To Hold Equine ID Task Force Meeting At U.S. Equestrian Annual Meeting
The American Horse Council will hold a meeting of the Equine ID Task Force during the U.S. Equestrian Annual Meeting being held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, CA, January 14 - 18.
The Task Force will be discussing the concept and implications of a national ID program for equines as a continuation of the National Institute of Animal Agriculture's Equine ID Symposium in Chicago. Representatives of the American Horse Council will present an overview to the general public during the Owners and Breeders Forum Saturday, Jan. 15, from 10 AM-12:00 PM.
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5th January 2004
Sussex Horse Charity Seeks Volunteer Helpers
Adults needed for riding, mucking out, gardening and ground maintenance
Horse lovers in Sussex and Surrey are being sought to help out at a charity that looks after ex-racehorses.
Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre, based at Slinfold, near Horsham, West Sussex, is set in 90 acres of grazing and has 25 horses in its care at any one time for assessment, re-schooling and, in many cases, re-homing.
With annual running costs of more than £220,000, the charity relies heavily not only on financial donations but also on volunteer helpers - who must be over 18 years old.
Graham Oldfield and Sue Collins, who run the Centre, are keen to hear from anyone who might be in a position to provide some much-needed assistance. This could take the form of riding out or schooling the horses, mucking out stables or general yard duties. For those who love horses but prefer to keep their distance, help is also needed with gardening and ground maintenance.
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Star of Seabiscuit to Visit the Colorado Horse Park
Parker, CO— Fighting Ferrari, one of the equine stars of the blockbuster Seabiscuit is coming to the Colorado Horse Park this January. The bay gelding will call the Park his home away from home for a week while he is in the Parker/Denver area as part of a promotional tour.
The Park was chosen as “Seabiscuit’s” home base because the equestrian facility is well known for its high quality facilities and top-notch horse care. Fighting Ferrari has three public appearances on his schedule: the Denver Chamber of Commerce’s Boots N Business Luncheon on January 9, a photo opportunity at Burt Ford in Parker on January 10 and the National Western Stock Show Parade on January 13.
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Michael Etherly Chosen as Trainer’s Conference Demo Rider
Wellington, FL—Michael Etherly has been chosen as a demo rider for the North American Dressage Trainer’s Club 2004 Symposium to be held January 10-11. The event in its third year will feature clinicians Dr. Volker Moritz and Ingrid Klimke. This year’s theme is the basic training of the horse in preparation for FEI-level training. The event will be held at The Dressage Center in DeLeon Springs, Florida
Michael Poulin, President of the North American Dressage Trainers’ Club, was instrumental in making this great event possible. “Mr. Poulin invited me to ride as a demo rider and I was thrilled,” said Michael Etherly. He will ride Karin Offield’s Dutch Warmblood mare Katalina. The duo will demonstrate the Prix St. Georges level and is schooling the grand prix movements.
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4th January 2004
Identichip Locate Celebrates First Year Success
Identichip Locate, the market leading microchip, has celebrated its first birthday. The comprehensive pet reunification service has achieved outstanding success since its launch, having gained nearly 17,000 members. Around 400 pets have been reported missing and more than 65% have been reunited with their owners
The Identichip Locate product was introduced at the end of 2002 following a consultation session with existing Identichip customers. The exercise revealed that many customers would be interested in an all inclusive pet reunification service which also offered regular reminders to keep their registration address details up to date.
When a pet goes missing, the owner makes one call to a specially allocated number and the dog wardens, recovery centres and veterinary surgeries in the surrounding area are notified immediately. “LOST” posters are produced for displaying locally and the pet’s details are entered on Identichip Locate’s on-line pet register, which can be accessed at any time.
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Equine Photography Workshops
The Equine Photographers Network (EPNet) will be sponsoring a members only Retreat and open Equine Photography Workshops in Ocala Florida in February 2004. Ocala is reputed to have more horses per capita than any other location in the US and is home to many well respected breeders and training farms.
This event will provide opportunities for education both in the field of equine photography and the business of photography and will feature hands on workshops as well as business speakers and local vendors.
Working photographers, equine or otherwise, able to attend will want to mark their calendars for this great opportunity.
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