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McLain Ward Wins NAL $25,000 Open Jumper Speed Finals

McLain Ward of Brewster, NY defended his North American League (NAL) championship title winning the North American League $25,000 Open Jumper Speed Finals riding Galant at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in a time of 51.971 seconds.


Jump Canada Launches New All Inclusive Website

Jump Canada is pleased to announce the launch of a new website www.jumpcanada.ca. Competitors, owners, media, and horse enthusiasts will now be able to locate all the information they need about hunters, jumpers, and related activities in one place.


Out to Sea Captures the $10,000 NAL Adult Hunter Finals

Shawna Stout of Middleburg, VA and Out To Sea won the $10,000 North American League (NAL) Adult Hunter Finals at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show on Friday. The pair defeated Meghan Garland of Chambersburg, PA, and Swan Lake’s Arox by only one point to claim the title.


Bo Derek Book Signing At Royal in Support of the Woodbine Racetrack Barn 7 Revocery Fund

Bo Derek will be signing copies of her book Riding Lessons at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair at the Cavalcade of Horses display in Hall A, on Wednesday, November 13th from 2:00 to 3:00 pm. HarperCollins Publishers has generously donated the books, with ALL proceeds going to the Woodbine Racetrack Barn 7 Recovery Fund.


Singer Takes the Lead in the Triple Crown of Driving, Presented by Driving Essentials, Inc./Glinkowski Carriages

Lisa Singer of Chadds Ford, PA, took the lead in the Triple Crown of Driving, presented by Driving Essentials, Inc./Glinkowski Carriages, after winning the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Pairs Championship at the Gladstone Driving Event, the second leg of the Triple Crown, held in Gladstone, NJ, October 11-13.


2003 USA Equestrian Dressage Tests & Booklet Now Available

The 2003 USA Equestrian Dressage Tests for Training through Fourth Level are now available for purchase. These new editions become effective with the 2003 competition year (which begins December 1, 2002) and will remain in use
for the next four years.


Spainhour Took Leap Of Faith to the Top in the $10,000 NAL Children's Jumper Final

Sarah Beth Spainhour 16, of Camden, SC and Leap of Faith negotiated the only double clear rounds to win the $10,000 North American League (NAL) Children’s Jumper Final at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show.


Morrissey Wins 2002 BET/USA National Junior Jumper Championship

Michael Morrissey, 17, of Bradenton, Florida, and his mount Gera 28 (Holsteiner: Calando I De x Larsa), were victorious in the 2002 BET/USA Individual National Junior Jumper Championships at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. The Individual Champion was named after completion of three
phases held October 10th through 12th.


Maggie Jayne Wins Hunter Seat Equitation Final

Maggie Jayne, 18, of Elgin, Illinois, defeated a field of 259 of the nation's top junior riders to win the 2002 USA/Pessoa National Hunter Seat Medal Final held Sunday, October 13, at the Pennsylvania National in Harrisburg, PA.


Miscongeniality Captures The NAL Childrens Hunter Final

Callie Schott 16, of Versailles, Kentucky, won the $10,000 North American League Children’s Hunter Final riding Miscongeniality, at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. The Reserve Champion was Oh So Sweet, owned and ridden by Tracey Mack of Noank, Connecticut.


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