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StoneCreek Ranch Resort & Arvell Bass Team Up with NVRHA
Helping pave the way for the National Versatility Ranch Horse Association, Arvell Bass of StoneCreek Ranch Resort in Mountain Home, Arkansas will present clinics at his ranch to help horsemen and women prepare for shows. Bass recently announced his support of the NVRHA and also plans to host a few shows at his ranch. "I'm really excited about working with the NVRHA because it's exactly what I love to do. We've been teaching people how to work ... Read the full article

StoneCreek Ranch Combines Vacation with Instruction for an All-Out Horsemanship Experience
StoneCreek Ranch and Resort in Mountain Home, Arkansas offers guests more than just a trail ride as they provide a fun and exciting atmosphere to learn all about horsemanship and riding, while still being able to relax and enjoy a vacation. Owned by Arvell and Karry Bass, this ranch nestled in the Ozark Mountains has endless opportunities for the avid outdoorsman, horse enthusiast or just someone wanting to get away from the big city and learn a ... Read the full article

Horses Act as Teachers in StoneCreek Leadership Workshop
Horses need and want a leader in the same way that employees in a business need leadership. This is exactly what the Leadership Workshop at StoneCreek Ranch and Resort teaches business professionals, owners, managers and team members."A person that is successful with a horse is focused on what they want and is usually a pretty good communicator. Good horsemen have the same traits as good leaders. By teaching people how to do different tasks with ... Read the full article

StoneCreek Ranch Resort Offers Taste of Ranch Life
For those who have always wanted to work cattle, StoneCreek Ranch Resort in Mountain Home, Arkansas offers the perfect vacation package for the ultimate ranch experience. "All About Cattle" is a no-experience required, action-packed ranch vacation package designed to teach a wide variety of cattle handling skills and techniques.While handling cattle may seem a difficult task, ranch owner and clinician Arvell Bass personally helps each guest throu ... Read the full article

Halliday Continues Busy Eventing Schedule
Liz Halliday has continued her intensive 3-day eventing programme over the past couple of weeks with horses Fox, Harry and Donovan.Fox and Harry took on the Open Intermediate class at Hambledon, with Donovan making his Novice class debut at the same venue, as well as competing at Nurstead Court.Fox continued his excellent 2008 form with a double clear at Hambledon, meaning he has yet to have a rail down this year, while Harry enjoyed a positive r ... Read the full article

Encouraging Weekend for Liz Halliday at Tweseldon
Surrey-based Californian Liz Halliday left the Tweseldown Horse Trials having accomplished the goals she set herself approaching the event; to regain confidence in Oscar (Arctic Knight) and prepare Harry (Silken Crisp), for an important upcoming competition. Halliday competed in the Intermediate section with Oscar and her aim was to rebuild both their confidence, after a difficult cross country ride at Salperton two weeks previously. Liz and Osca ... Read the full article

Tweseldown CIC */ CCI** MAY 24-28
UK based Californian sportswoman, Liz Halliday, who competes both as an equestrian in Three Day Eventing and as a racing driver in prestigious international sportscar races such as the Le Mans 24 Hours, competed two horses in the recent Tweseldown International Horse Trials last weekend.The first horse Harry (Silken Crisp) entered the CCI**, finishing 17th from 108 entrants; while Oscar (Arctic Knight II) took part in the unaffiliated CIC* class ... Read the full article

Liz Halliday Comepetes in Salperton Park One Day Event
Liz Halliday, the British-based Californian sportswoman, competed in Saturday’s Salperton Park One Day Event with horses Harry (Silken Crisp) and Oscar (Arctic Knight), just days after returning from Le Mans in France, where she finished 4th in class and was the only female driver to contest the famous annual 24 hour motor race.Liz’s dual sporting focus on both her horse riding and motor racing ensures a busy schedule, but she relishes the challe ... Read the full article

Halliday Back in the Saddle and Competing After Lengthy Absence
Liz Halliday made a welcome return to competition at the weekend with a strong performance in a dressage show at the Oldencraig Equestrian Centre, Surrey, UK. The British-based Californian has missed the past four months after sustaining a broken collarbone in a 3 Day Event in July, but marked her return to the saddle with class wins with two of her horses, Donovan and Harry. Harry took victory in the more challenging Elementary class, while Dono ... Read the full article

Jimmy Torano Takes Over Reins for Legendary Owner Harry R. Gill
Wellington, FL – May 12, 2006 – Jimmy Torano of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, has been tabbed to handle the riding duties for legendary show jumping owner Harry R. Gill.A lifelong horseman, Harry R. Gill has been a major force in the world of Grand Prix Show Jumping. A longtime supporter of some of show jumping's leading riders, Gill has owned many of the country's most famed horses. He was inducted into the Show Jumping Hall of Fame in 2002. Gill's r ... Read the full article

Liz Halliday Back in Action at Aston Le Walls
ASTON LE WALLS, NORTHANTS, UK-Sportscar driver and equestrian Liz Halliday was back in action on Wednesday 9th of August, with both her regular horses Oscar and Harry, as she competed at Aston Le Walls. It was a successful day for Halliday and her two steeds, on an event intended to build confidence, particularly with Harry, following a disappointing event just over a week previously, at the Wilton Horse Trials. Halliday and Harry were originally ... Read the full article

No Let-up for Liz Halliday
In a case of ‘no rest for the wicked’, Surrey-based racing driver and equestrian, Liz Halliday, exchanged the near 600 hundred horse power available from the AER engine in the back of her Lola racing car, for just two last weekend - called Harry and Oscar – as she set off to compete in the Wilton Horse Trials.With her relentless schedule marching on, Halliday jetted to Wilton having just finished a hugely successful run in three near-consecutive ... Read the full article

Halliday Back in the Saddle at First Event of 2007 Season
UK-based Californian Liz Halliday began her 2007 equestrian season this week by entering all three of her horses at the Somerley Park International Horse Trials in Hampshire, UK. Just 10 days after securing a podium finish in the prestigious 12 Hours of Sebring endurance sports car racing event, the talented dual-sportswoman, whose extraordinary career combines her passions for Motor Sport and 3-Day Eventing, enjoyed a strong run as she guided he ... Read the full article

Scott Stewart and Touchdown Score Week 3 Championship in the Green Conformation Hunters
Wellington, FL - January 27, 2011 - The third week of the FTI Winter Equestrian Festival, which runs through April 3, is into its second day of competition at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. The Green Conformation Hunters awarded their championship today in the E.R. Mische Grand Hunter Ring. The sun was shining today as the Green Conformation Hunter division awarded Scott Stewart of Flemington, NJ, top honors. Stewart was aboard ... Read the full article

Streaking Inherit the Golf Keeping Connections' Dreams Alive
OZONE PARK, N.Y. – When Inherit the Gold swept across the finish line a 6 ¼-length winner of the Grade 3 Excelsior at Aqueduct on Saturday, the victory meant more than just the first graded stakes score for the 5-year-old New York-bred gelding. It kept alive the lifelong dreams of Inherit the Gold’s trainer, Jim Hooper, and co-owner, Susanne Hooper, Jim’s wife. “Without him,” said Jim Hooper of the homebred ... Read the full article

A “LUCKY” Win for Samantha Hallman at The Legacy Cup
A Fall and A Victory All in One RoundMay 21, 2006 – Lexington, KY – It was “Lucky” luck for Samantha Hallman who rode two horses in the Non Pro 3’ Go Round Finals on Saturday, May 21, 2006 at the Legacy Cup, which was part of the Kentucky Spring Horse Shows in Lexington. She first rode CC Bloom but after crashing through an oxer on the course, Hallman walked out of the ring dismayed but determined. Near the end of the field of 25 horses Hallman ... Read the full article

Coudray Wins Eventing World Cup Qualifier
Tiana Coudray, 18, from Carmel Valley, CA, scored the biggest victory of her career when she produced the only clear stadium round to win the FEI World Cup qualifier at Galway Downs CIC-W in front of a crowd of 3,000 in Temecula’s Valle de los Caballos (Valley of the Horses), California.Coudray, who is aiming to compete at the forthcoming Rolex Kentucky CCI**** on her 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse King Street, said: "It was a very hard course, bu ... Read the full article

Veteran Duo of Rodrigo Pessoa and Baloubet du Rouet Gallop Away with $200,000...
Budweiser American Invitational in TampaTampa, FL – April 1, 2006 – The star studded jump-off field at the Budweiser American Invitational in Tampa featured an all Olympic cast and came down to the top two show jumping stars from the Olympic Games in Athens, Greece going head to head for the top prize in American show jumping.Olympic Gold Medalist and three-time World Cup Champion Rodrigo Pessoa of Brazil and Baloubet du Rouet raced past Olympic ... Read the full article

Be Prepared: Trail Rides
A veteran of more than 50 AQHA trail rides, Janice Tramel of Locust Grove, Oklahoma, speaks from experience when she advises trail riders on preparedness.Long before you leave home, “you need to prepare you and your horse,” Janice says. “You need to ride every day, to get you both physically fit.”Your horse needs to be fit enough to handle challenging terrain and heat without having a medical emergency, and riders need to be ready for the demands ... Read the full article

Ten Show Jumping Teams Slated for Friday’s $75,000 Nations Cup CSIO-5*, presented by CN at Winter Equestrian Festival
Wellington, FL – March 8, 2006 - The final week of the thirty-fourth annual Winter Equestrian Festival should be the most exciting of all as teams from ten different countries have tossed their hat into the ring for the $75,000 Nations’ Cup CSIO-5*, presented by CN.The 2006 Nations Cup, presented by CN, a competition that pits teams of show jumpers from multiple countries against each other in two rounds of competition, has drawn a stellar field ... Read the full article




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