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Halliday Enjoys Compiegne CCI**
Dual sportswoman Liz Halliday believes both her and horse Oscar took a lot of positives from the CCI** event at Compiegne, France at the weekend.In just his second two-star competition, Oscar produced a strong display, despite a challenging course, leaving Halliday confident ahead of Oscar’s Advanced debut at the Chatsworth Horse Trials in May.In a highly competitive field with over 90 entrants, Oscar was 19th after dressage, went clear on the cr ... Read the full article

Liz Halliday back in the saddle at Barroca d’Alva
Dual sportswoman Liz Halliday will begin her 3 Day Eventing season at the prestigious Barroca d’Alva event in Portugal with two weekends of competition on 26 February-1 March and 5-8 March. The California-born Halliday, now based in the UK, makes her third career visit to the international competition where she will contest CIC and CCI-ranked events with horses Donovan (Intrepid) and Bluey (Ease a Blaze). Donovan enters his second full season o ... Read the full article

Liz Halliday joins forces with equinesuperstore.co.uk
International 3 Day Eventer Liz Halliday will enjoy the support of Friday Ad Ltd’s www.equinesuperstore.co.uk as she undertakes a busy 3-Day Eventing programme in 2009.Equine Superstore offers an outstanding range and quality of equestrian products ranging from blankets to saddles and books to DVDs. With its highly rated own brand rugs, Equine Superstore is fast becoming as established a name as its sister sites Horsemart, Letsgoshopping and Frid ... Read the full article

"Pony Club: Affordable Fashion and a Free Hat!"
Partrade introduces the new Pony Club line of products for pony riders and their modest mounts. In pink with green trim, this affordable, fashion-forward set is at home in any barn. And rest assured, the Pony Club products work as hard as the riders and ponies who wear them. Nothing says "I've arrived" like a coordinated, well-matched wardrobe on a coordinated, well-matched pony and rider team. While supplies last, customers who buy the complete ... 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

Horsepower International and Liz Halliday Issue Claim Against Team Modena
Horsepower International Inc, funding co-ordinator of Liz Halliday, has issued a Claim against Team Modena for repayment of around £100,000 in a multiple breach of contract claim. Liz is also a Claimant in the action, seeking damages against the Team, also for multiple breaches of contract.A spokesman for Horsepower International said: “It is regrettable, but we have exhausted all reasonable attempts to reach a practicable solution with regards t ... Read the full article

Halliday takes over Chailey Stud Equestrian Centre
Dual sportswoman Liz Halliday is the proud new owner of the Chailey Stud Equestrian Centre in East Sussex, UK, after the California-born 3 Day Eventer and professional racing driver took over the 15-acre site from its present owners. Halliday, who has competed to international CCI*** level in her career as an eventer and also raced at the prestigious Le Mans 24 Hours as part of her motorsport commitments, will base her thriving equestrian busine ... Read the full article

Liz Halliday Enjoys Strong Run at Withington Manor Horse Trials
Liz Halliday enjoyed a strong showing at the Withington Manor Horse Trials last weekend, just days before jetting out to Valencia to race Team Modena’s Aston Martin DBR9 in the second round of the Le Mans Series. The UK-based Californian, whose unique career sees her switching between the diverse sporting disciplines of 3-day eventing and motor racing, took one of her three horses, Oscar, to the massively over-subscribed event in Gloucestershire, ... Read the full article

Halliday Sets Out Plans for the 2008 3-Day Eventing Season
Dual sportswoman Liz Halliday has laid out her plans for her return to three-day eventing at the start of this season.The UK-based Californian, who combines her equestrian activities with her role as a professional racing driver, missed the second half of the 2007 season recovering from a badly broken collar bone sustained in an event at Brightling Park in July. However, now that she has made a full recovery and has had a successful winter, Halli ... Read the full article

Halliday on form at Barroca season opener
The California-born, British-based dual sportswoman’s results were even more notable by the fact that her horse Donovan (Intrepid), who finished fifth, was making his CIC* debut and that she had never competed with Bluey (Ease a Blaze) before.Donovan made a stunning start to the Dressage test on Friday, tying for third place overall ahead of the Cross Country phase. A clear round with just 2.8 time faults kept their challenge alive and a clear Sh ... 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

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

Halliday starts 2011 with strong winter results
Dual sportswoman Liz Halliday kicked off her 2011 equestrian season with a string of strong winter results in British Show Jumping and British Dressage competitions over the past few weeks. The California-born, British-based Halliday, who has recently taken over the Chailey Stud Equestrian Centre in East Sussex, collected numerous top three placings in the competitions at the Royal Leisure Centre in the south east of England. Her season began w ... Read the full article

Halliday happy after Barbury Castle International Horse Trials
Dual sportswoman Liz Halliday was satisfied with the performance of her horses Fox and Donovan after they both showed real promise at the Barbury Castle International Horse Trials.Fox took on his second CIC*** event of the season and had a strong performance against an international star-studded field, while Donovan continued to build on his promising season so far with a fine showing in the biggest Novice event of his short career.In the CIC*** ... Read the full article

Halliday back in the saddle with top ten at Longleat
After spending the previous fortnight racing in Monza in an historic Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ Coda Tronca and commentating on the Le Mans 24 Hours for Eurosport, dual sportswoman Liz Halliday returned to the saddle with a top ten finish in the recent Longleat International Horse Trials. The result came in the Novice class of the event, as Vinnie (Vincenzo) completed his preparations for his graduation to Intermediate level with a strong tenth-pla ... Read the full article

Liz Halliday supporting Nupafeed Supplements launch in the USA
California-born equestrian and race car driver Liz Halliday is supporting the launch of Nupafeed in the USA. Nupafeed has supplied a range of equine products in Europe for 25 years and is used by top professionals in all disciplines.Halliday, who is now based in the UK and competes at International level in 3 Day Eventing, has used Nupafeed’s products with her horses for the past 12 months and has noticed a significant improvement in their perfor ... Read the full article

Liz Halliday Unveils Provisional 2007 Equestrian Calendar
Following the announcement that Liz Halliday will contest the 2007 Le Mans Series as well as the American Le Mans Series season opener, the 12 Hours of Sebring, driving Team Modena’s Aston Martin DBR9, the Californian born British based dual-sportswoman has unveiled her provisional equestrian schedule for 2007.With her goal of being selected for the US Olympic squad one day still burning brightly, Liz hopes to compete in around 14 events in a bus ... Read the full article

Successful week for Liz Halliday culminates in first win for Donovan
A busy, successful week of Eventing ended on a high for dual-sportswoman Liz Halliday, as she and her young horse Donovan claimed their first British Eventing victory at the Eridge Horse Trials.The New Zealand-bred horse scored his maiden win with a superb performance at the One Day Event on Sunday which saw him triumph in the Novice category. A fine opening Dressage test saw Donovan and Halliday placed second overall and they backed up that earl ... Read the full article

Positive weekend for Halliday at Aston-le-Walls
Three day eventer and racing driver Liz Halliday enjoyed another positive weekend at the Aston-le-Walls Horse Trials as her horses Oscar, Fox and Donovan continued to show progress at the Northamptonshire venue.Oscar competed in only his second ever Advanced level event and just missed out on a possible top-five placing after a slight misjudgement during the Cross Country phase meant a run out and 20 penalty points. Previously, he had been ranked ... 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

 

 

 

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