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De Leyer Named as Recipient of Pegasus Medal of Honour

Harry de Leyer, 75, of Dyke, VA, joins Charles Crabtree of Simpsonville, KY,
as a recipient of the 2002 USA Equestrian Pegasus Medal of Honor.


Five Time Olympian Robert Dover Returns To The Dressage Ring At Dressage At National Horse Show

The 119th National Horse Show, the most prestigious horse show in the United States, will make its debut at The Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club in Wellington from November 26 through December 1, 2002. The National, founded in 1883, brings together the best horses and riders in the U. S. competing in the well-known equestrian disciplines of hunters, jumpers, equitation dressage and ladies’ sidesaddle.


Equestrian Athlete Paige Lockton to Retire from International Competition

After competing in three day eventing for more than 15 years, equestrian athlete Paige Lockton of Callander, ON, is announcing her retirement from the international level of the sport.


Lexus Partners With Usa Equestrian To Become Sponsor At The 119th National Horse Show

Lexus has partnered with USA Equestrian to become the "official automobile of the National Horse Show." The 119th National Horse Show runs Tuesday, November 26, through Sunday, December 1.


Draft of Proposed Hunter and Jumper Constituency Representation Available on Web

The draft plan forwarded for membership review by the USA Equestrian Planning Committee is now accessible by visiting USA Equestrian's web site at www.equestrian.org and clicking on the Equestrian Governance button. Comments are welcome and should be sent to lrawls@equestrian.org.


Introducing the 2002/2003 L’Annee Hippique

In cooperation with the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), BCM proudly presents the 2002/2003 edition of L’Annee Hippique.


USA Equestrian Announces Dressage Rule Change Proposal Allowing Option Of Double Bridle At Third Level

Corresponding with the release of the new 2003 USA Equestrian Dressage Tests for Training through Fourth Levels, the USA Equestrian Dressage Committee is recommending rule changes allowing the use of a double bridle as option at Third Level.


USA Equestrian To Offer Secretaries' Clinic At 2003 Annual Meeting

USA Equestrian will host an educational clinic for competition secretaries at the Marriott Griffin Gate in Lexington, KY, on Friday, January 17th from 2-5 PM during the USA Equestrian Annual Meeting. The comprehensive clinic will be informative for secretaries, managers, competitors or anyone interested in updates on the rules, regulations and policies of USA Equestrian.


USA Equestrian And The United States Dressage Federation Reach Agreement Regarding Horse Identification Requirements

USA Equestrian and The United States Dressage Federation have reached an agreement that will allow a seamless transition for individuals who have horses that are recorded with USDF and are competing in USA Equestrian recognized competition to comply with the requirement of USA Equestrian Article 811.


Canada's Clay Webster Rides Against Cancer

Springbank, Alberta ­ Canadian performance trainer, Clay Webster is sharing what he loves best to help a cause that is close to his heart. In 1995, Webster lost his mother, Faye, to leukemia. Now the horseman dedicates himself to a number of charity benefit demonstrations each year, to help raise money for a cure.


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