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Welsh Pony & Cob Society of America Announces Registration Amnesty Period
STEPHENS CITY, Virginia – The Welsh Pony & Cob Society of America (WPCSA) announced a temporary change in the fee schedule for registering older Welsh Ponies, Cobs and Half-Welsh. Effective until November 15, 2010, the registration fee for animals over 24 months of age will be reduced to $100 (a savings of over 50%). Transfers of ownership forms submitted with registrations will be charged $25 with no additional charge for multiple t ... Read the full article

Pony Drivers Named for World Championships
The following pony teams will represent the U.S. at the 2007 FEI World Combined Pony Driving Championships to be held in Knabstrup, Denmark, July 18-22, 2007.TeamRochelle Temple, 49, Powhatan, VA;LR Ami B-Line, nine year-old Morgan gelding owned by Rochelle TempleSuzy Stafford, 29, Bear, DE;Cefnoakpark Bouncer 11 year-old Welsh Cob gelding owned by Sybil and Wayne HumphreyMiranda Cadwell, 37, Southern Pines, NC;Toby, 17 year-old Welsh Section B g ... Read the full article

American Shetland Ponies Featured As “Breed Of the Week” on USEF’s Club Equestrian Website
Morton, Illinois - American Shetland Ponies are getting their well-deserved time in the spotlight, starring as the Breed of the Week on the USEF’s Club Equestrian website. The American Shetland Pony Club (ASPC) is a USEF recognized breed association and has enjoyed a long and fruitful relationship with the USEF.The “Breed of the Week” spotlight details the breed’s history as well as the fact that the small but mighty equines are a favorite of chi ... Read the full article

Breed Profile: Clydesdales Explored
When one thinks of Clydesdales, you may think of the classic beer commercials that brought the beautiful breed to the mainstream mindset. These majestic beauties have been around for over 300 years, and have pulled their weight in more ways than one. This month we will explore the mighty Clydesdales and the history that surrounds them. HistoryClydesdales are named after their point of origin- Clydesdale, Scotland. Originally bred for working i ... Read the full article

Taylor Adams Wins Tricolor at 2006 USEF Pony Finals
Lexington, KY – August 17, 2006 – It was another successful show for Taylor Adams of Eads, TN, and Over the Hill Farm’s trainer, Bill Schaub, of Sanford, FL. The pair, along with the adorable medium pony, True Blue, were one of select few that took home a tricolor ribbon last week at the 2006 USEF Pony Finals.True Blue and Adams competed in the Medium Green Pony division and took home the reserve championship. They finished fourth in the model cl ... Read the full article

American Shetland Pony Club Donates Champion Pony To Arabian Nights
Orlando, FL- A three-time Grand National Champion American Shetland Pony was recently donated to the Arabian Nights dinner show in Orlando, proving that the Shetland Pony can be a star going from the show ring to show business. The pony was donated by the American Shetland Pony Club (ASPC) and will join more than sixty other horses at Arabian Nights, becoming the first-ever ambassador of the Shetland Pony breed to appear at the attraction.Tap Dan ... Read the full article

American Shetland Pony Club Holds Classic Stallion Sweepstakes Auction Online
Morton, Illinois - The Classic Shetland Stallion Sweepstakes Auction, an annual event hosted by the American Shetland Pony Club (ASPC), is the perfect way for Shetland Pony owners to promote their stallions, breed their mares and be part of an ongoing effort to showcase Classic Shetland Pony bloodlines. The auction is held online and is open to all ASPC registered stallions and mares.“We're looking forward to another great year of offering some o ... Read the full article

2010 Favorite USEF Breed Competition Winners Announced
Lexington, KY- Two first-place ties in this year's "Favorite USEF Breeds Competition" attests to the competitive nature of the equestrian sport-and the success of the second running of the United States Equestrian Federation's one-of-a-kind contest. In 2009, USEF announced the new contest designed to let members vote for their favorite breed competition while awarding and promoting USEF licensed breed competitions that ran a show so well that ex ... Read the full article

Daisy Farish and Elation Wow the Crowd in the Gotham North Small Pony Hunters
Wellington, FL - February 6, 2011 - As the weekend comes to a close, numerous championships were awarded in the pony hunter divisions. The FTI Winter Equestrian Festival, which runs through April 3, hosts some of the fanciest ponies in the country. Today, the Gotham North Small Pony Hunters were among those awarded. Loads of spectators, including many pony riders and their accompanying family members, filled the areas surrounding the pony rings, ... Read the full article

Taylor Ann Adams Victorious in 2007 USEF Pony Medal Final
Adams and Casady of Over the Hill Farm Place Six Pony HuntersLexington, KY - August 27, 2007 - Over the Hill Farm trainer Bill Schaub of Sanford, FL, is pleased to announce that his student, Taylor Ann Adams of Eads, TN, co-trained with Bibby Farmer Hill and Don Stewart Jr., won the 2007 USEF Pony Medal Final. Adams beat out 197 other young riders in the competition.Adams was placed fourth after the first round. The top 25 riders in the class wer ... Read the full article

The Pony Press Is Going Digital
Springfield Missouri: The Pony Press is thrilled to announce they will be going Digital starting with the next issue. " We will be celebrating our 5th year of publication this October, so we are really excited about this new venture," says Art Director Cathy Childs. " We have been considering this for some time, with so many other publications going digital, it seemed the right thing to do - combined with the fact that our advertisers are as exc ... Read the full article

Appaloosa Journal is recognized with American Horse Publications awards
Appaloosa Journal was recently honored with seven awards at the 2008 American Horse Publications seminar and awards ceremony. The seminar took place in Saratoga Springs, New York, June 19–21, 2008. This year’s contest, for material published in 2007, included 1,092 entries from 105 members, which were judged and critiqued by a select panel of independent industry judges. Appaloosa Journal’s placings included:Design: 2007 Equine-Related Calendar ( ... Read the full article

Pony Press Welcomes Sponsors
Springfield Missouri: The Pony Press is thrilled to have AgriFresh, SmartPak and Woman Owned Equine Business Network join us as corporate sponsors of the Women & Horses Expo. SmartPak is a producer of daily-dose pak supplements for your horses. AgriFresh is a product that controls odors in horse stalls. This product is simple and easy to use, as well as environmentally friendly. Woman Owned Equine Business Network is an organization dedicated to ... Read the full article

Appaloosas Breed Profile Explored
An Appaloosa will certainly stand out in a crowd. This colorful, unique horse is known for its looks, but is remembered for much more. These horses have set records in many sports, and are known as an excellent family horse. So it is time to look beyond the speckled coat of the Appaloosa to find out what lies beneath this gentle breed. HistoryThe Appaloosa has Spanish roots, and is one of the first horses to make its way to North American soil ... Read the full article

YourBarn.com Commences Advertainment Campaign for “Flicka” DVD Release
YourBarn.com, the social network just for horseback riders with over 4,000 members, has commenced an advertainment campaign with sponsor Twentieth Century-Fox to promote the DVD release of the motion picture, “Flicka.”Unlike traditional internet banner advertising, YourBarn.com’s advertainment program allows sponsors to send messages to its members, and create an interactive profile on the site that can link up with other members and can have unl ... Read the full article

JJ Hathaway and Mary Phelps Celebrate Their 17th Anniversary!
Saturday, 22 May 2010 14:55: JJ and I have been married seventeen years today! We have been settling back into our Kentucky home, after a trip to Ireland. Here we are having dinner last week at the beautiful Ballynahinch Castle Hotel, where we were guests in a private villa nearby. This is the region of the Connemara ponies where everywhere we drove we could see mares and foals in the fields. While we had a wonderful visit which we will be sharin ... Read the full article

Can You Breed a Perfect Foal?
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USEF to Award USEF Shetland Member High Point Awards at 2010 Shetland Pony Congress Show
Morton, IL (June 21, 2010) – Small equines from all across the nation who attend the 122nd Shetland Pony Congress Show this year will not only compete for National Championship titles but will also have the chance to win one of the new USEF Shetland Member High Point Awards provided by the United States Equestrian Federation. The Shetland Pony Congress Show, August 2 – 6 in Ardmore, Oklahoma, will feature some of the best Shetland Pon ... Read the full article

American Shetland Pony Club Offers $10,000 Prize For Pony Finals Champion
Morton, IL - The Board of Directors of the American Shetland Pony Club announced that they will again offer a $10,000 scholarship to any registered American Shetland Pony who earns the title of Champion Small Pony Hunter at the US Equestrian Pony Finals to be hosted in August."The $10,000 incentive prize was designed to encourage participation and reward success," explained Zona Schneider, Operations Director of the American Shetland Pony Club Ex ... Read the full article

Riding For Reading at Pin Oak
The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show held the inaugural Riding for Reading class of 2009. It was the first year for Pin Oak to hold a Riding for Reading Class, which differs from other flat classes. Junior riders of every age, on horses and ponies, compete in an English Pleasure class to earn grant money for their school libraries. Every rider participating in the class is guaranteed a grant to his or her school’s library, with the top finishing rid ... Read the full article




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