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Horse Sports by the Bay, Inc.'s Alex Rheinheimer Shares Knowledge of the Equestrian Sport
Traverse City, MI - April 10, 2009 - Alex Rheinheimer is the co-owner of Horse Sports by the Bay, Inc., along with her husband Dean. Horse Sports by the Bay produces the annual Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival, a month-long equestrian competition held in the heart of scenic Traverse City, MI. This year's event runs from July 8-August 2. To help promote their event and the sport to the local Traverse City community, Alex will appear on l ... Read the full article

Horse Shows by the Bay's Dean and Alexandra Rheinheimer Receive 2007 Community Champions Award
Traverse City, MI - December 5, 2007 - Dean and Alexandra Rheinheimer, known for their production of Horse Shows by the Bay, were two of six individuals last Thursday to receive a 2007 Community Champions Award from the Traverse City, Michigan Convention and Visitors Bureau (TCVB).Acknowledged during the 26th Annual TCVB Meeting and Reception at the Grand Traverse Resort, the Rheinheimers were given a plaque for their "uncommon vision and public ... Read the full article

2009 Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival Provides Exceptional Time Management Services
Traverse City, MI - March 11, 2009 - Horse Sports by the Bay, Inc. is pleased to announce that its 2009 Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival will provide several helpful services to keep exhibitors up-to-date and informed throughout its month-long, multi-discipline competition. The use of Show Net systems, wireless internet, and electronic newsletters will all be available to help exhibitors manage their time prior to and during the annual ... Read the full article

Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival Voted Horse Show of the Year
Traverse City, MI - January 7, 2010 - Following several seasons of exceptional horse shows, Michigan's Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival has become an overwhelming favorite of riders and trainers throughout the country. Horse Shows by the Bay rang in the New Year with a highly esteemed honor recently when it was named Horse Show of the Year for the 2009 season by PhelpsSports.com subscribers. PhelpsSports.com, a highly innovative equest ... Read the full article

Horse Shows by the Bay Prize List Now Available Online
Traverse City, MI - February 25, 2008 - Horse Shows by the Bay, a three week equestrian festival held in the picturesque resort area of Traverse City, MI, is pleased to announce that the prize list for their 2008 series is now available online. Horse Shows by the Bay runs from July 16 to August 3 and is an "AA" rated show that hosts 1,200 horses. More than $360,000 in prize money will be awarded over the three weeks of competition.The prize list ... Read the full article

Horse Shows by the Bay Welcomes Official Horse Show Veterinarians from Hagyard Equine Medical Institute
Traverse City, MI - July 1, 2009 - Horse Sports by the Bay, Inc. is pleased to welcome the official horse show veterinarians for the 2009 Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival from Hagyard Equine Medical Institute's Sport Horse Program. Horse Shows by the Bay is held in beautiful Traverse City, MI, at the Flintfields Horse Park, and runs July 8 - August 2, 2009.Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, one of the leading providers of equine healthca ... Read the full article

Tammy Provost and Peridot Triumphant in the $10,000 ASG/USHJA International Hunter Derby at Horse Shows by the Bay
Traverse City, MI - July 26, 2008 - Another gorgeous day in Traverse City, MI brought many spectators and exhibitors to the Flintfields Horse Park for Horse Shows by the Bay and the $10,000 ASG Software Solutions/United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) High Performance International Hunter Style Derby Classic. Janet P. Read of Wellington, FL generously sponsored the evening's class, which was won by Tammy Provost and Peridot, owned by Ste ... Read the full article

By The Bay Local Rider Open Horse Show Series Now Available Online
Traverse City, MI - March 25, 2009 - Horse Sports by the Bay, Inc. and Northern Pines Farm are pleased to announce that the prize list for their newly created "By the Bay Local Rider Open Horse Show Series" is now available online to download.The five show, local rider series will be held from April through July at Northern Pines Farm in Maple City and Flintfields Horse Park in Williamsburg. Each show will offer $50 stake classes plus a comprehen ... Read the full article

African American School Teacher Rides Across America
It was the ultimate field trip. On September 22nd, 2007, 57-year-old social studies teacher Miles Dean swung aboard his Arabian-Saddlebred stallion, Sankofa, and began The Modern African American Pioneer Expedition, a six-month, 5,000-mile ride from Manhattan to Los Angeles. Dean’s students, fifth and sixth graders at Chancellor Avenue Elementary School in Newark, New Jersey, along with thousands of other elementary through college students acros ... Read the full article

Dean Appointed to AHC Tax Bulletin Committee
The American Horse Council is pleased to welcome Douglas Dean, CPA of Dean Dorton Allen Ford PLLC in Lexington, KY as the newest contributor to its bi-monthly Tax Bulletin. The Tax Bulletin is AHC’s most popular publication featuring timely articles on equine tax and business issues. It provides updates on the latest tax court decisions, IRS regulations, and legislation that might impact one’s ability to run a profitable business. ... Read the full article

Pennsylvania National Horse Show BIG Jump Ward McLain
Only three of 31 horses came away clean in the $25,000 Pennsylvania National Big Jump. McLain Ward and Bluechip Bloodstock’s veteran campaigner Goldika 559 were the sole competitors to have the winning double clear rounds. Brianne Goutal, 20, aboard Ralvester edged Michael Morrissey, 23, on Crelido; both took rails down in the jump-off, but Goutal did it about a half second faster.Even winning, Ward admitted, “It was a very difficult course.” “I ... Read the full article

2009 Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival Offers Increased Prize Money
Traverse City, MI - February 18, 2009 - Despite the economic downturn, Traverse City, Michigan's Horse Shows by the Bay will be awarding more prize money than ever during this year's upcoming 2009 summer festival. All told, management will be divvying out $385,000, which is an increase of more than $25,000 from last season and will be seen mostly in the awards for each week's Grand Prix, Low Junior/Amateur Jumper Classics, and the Hunter Derby Cl ... Read the full article

Karin Flint: The Woman Behind the Scenes of Horse Shows by the Bay
Traverse City, MI - July 16, 2008 - As the 2008 Horse Shows by the Bay equestrian festival got under way on its first day of horse showing today, Karin Flint, the woman who helped get it all started, shared about her experiences in the equestrian industry. The first week of Horse Shows by the Bay runs through Sunday, July 20, while two more weeks of competition continue through August 3.Flint, originally from Harbor Springs, MI, is a horse enthus ... Read the full article

Sharn Wordley Brings Home Top Prize in the $25,000 EMO Grand Prix
Conyers, GA—New Zealand native Sharn Wordley once again led the victory gallop, this time during the $25,000 EMO Grand Prix at the Atlanta Fall Classic III. He rode his reliable partner Epson Pierreville, who’s known as Rocket around the barn, to the victory. Wordley bested an impressive field, including Debbie Stephens and Kyle King, over the Michel Vaillancourt-designed course.In the first round, riders faced a difficult triple combination that ... Read the full article

Top Roster of Riders to Attend Sold-Out Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival
Traverse City, MI - June 23, 2009 - The 2009 Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival is pleased to announce they have sold out for the first two weeks of events and are expecting the largest number of competitors for their third week in the six-year history of the competition. Making the Horse Shows by the Bay Equestrian Festival what it is today are some of the best hunter and jumper riders in the nation, and even more will be in Traverse Cit ... Read the full article

Cape Blanco Holds Off Dean's Kitten in Exhilarating Joe Hirsch Turf Classic
ELMONT, N.Y. – Odds-on favorite CapeBlanco narrowly retained his unbeaten record in the United States, holding off longshot Dean’s Kitten to take the 35th running of the Grade 1, $500,000 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic on “Super Saturday” at BelmontPark. A well-traveled 4-year-old, CapeBlanco shadowed Mission Approved in second placed through fractions of 52.42, 1:19.37, 1:44.92 and was put to a drive by jockey Jamie Spencer aft ... Read the full article

Mara Dean Takes the Early Lead at Rolex KY Three-Day Event
Lexington, KY – April 27, 2006 – Mara Dean and Nicki Henley took the lead today in the first day of dressage competition at the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** three-day event at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY with a score of 43.2 penalties. Scoring 8’s consistently from the three judges, Dean’s test outshone a field that included international eventing veterans William Fox-Pitt, Bruce Davidson Jr. and Sr., Amy Tryon and Andrew Hoy among others. ... Read the full article

Halliday enjoys ALMS return despite Petit Le Mans retirement
Liz Halliday’s return to her native USA didn’t end as she would have hoped after an accident for co-driver Dean Stirling forced an early retirement at the Petit Le Mans race. However, despite that frustration, the California-born dual sportswoman enjoyed her outing with Creation AIM.With the team’s Creation CA07 inside the top ten in the P1 class, Stirling had a big off at turn 1 just over three hours into the race and the resulting damage after ... Read the full article

Hunter-Jumper Association of Michigan Gearing Up to Produce Spring Show Series
Ann Arbor, MI - April 22, 2007 - The Hunter-Jumper Association of Michigan (HJAM) is pleased to announce that their three week spring circuit is close to selling out this season. Management would like to encourage those that have not signed up to please do so as soon as possible.HJAM Show Management is planning an exciting show schedule with many new enhancements. The most obvious upgrade to the three week back-to-back USEF "A" Hunter/Jumper Sche ... Read the full article

Mara Dean is first off the mark in 2010 HSBC FEI World Cup™ Eventing
Mara Dean (USA) has become the first rider to post a winning score on the HSBC FEI World Cup™ Eventing leaderboard, following an emotional pillar-to-post victory in the Florida sunshine at the Red Hills International CIC***-W at Tallahassee (USA). Riding her veteran 15-year-old Irish-bred Nicky Henley, who was coming back into competition after sustaining a tendon injury at the 2007 Pan-Am Games, Virginia-based Dean held off the always ser ... Read the full article




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