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RELEASE: May 20, 2015
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: NAJYRC

Lexington, Ky. - With a little under two months before the Opening Ceremonies at the 2015 Adequan/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North (NAJYRC), planning is 

[The NAJYRC will host six disciplines for Juniors and Young Riders in 2015 (SportFot)]
The NAJYRC will host six disciplines for Juniors and Young Riders in 2015 (SportFot)

well underway. The Entry in Principle has closed with riders from across Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. scheduled to compete in the six disciplines of Dressage, Endurance, Eventing, Jumping, Para-Dressage, and Reining. This year NAJYRC will run July 14-19, 2015 at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Schedule:
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Monday, May 18, 2015

Devon, PA “The United States Dressage Federation has more that 14,000 recorded adult amateurs and this new competition has generated a great deal of interest throughout North America and Europe. We are very pleased to be able to offer this option at our 40 – May 18, 2015 (Devon, PA) - Dressage at Devon (DAD), the premier Dressage show in the United States, will offer an FEI Amateur Division at the 2015 show taking place September 29 through October 4, 2015. 

“The United States Dressage Federation has more that 14,000 recorded adult amateurs and this new competition has generated a great deal of... Read More

They say it isn’t paranoia if someone really is out to get you.

To that statement, I would add that it likewise isn’t just bad horse show luck if your beloved (but opinionated) horse really is out to sabotage your dressage test.

OK, maybe sabotage is an exaggeration. Maybe it’s more accurate to say that, during one particular test, my beloved (but opinionated) horse taught me a very important lesson in a very public way.

Allow me to explain: I’m the proud owner of the talented (but opinionated) Ricochet, a Dutch gelding better known as Rico, with whom I’ve journeyed from training level through the FEI. Because the upper levels were something neither of us had previous experience with, we’ve learned everything together and forged a pretty cool partnership, if I do say so myself.

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Lexington, KY (May 26, 2015) - The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) is pleased to announce its partnership with Dressage at Devon to create a new sport horse seminar geared toward youth.  This new seminar has been created to familiarize the younger generation with the dressage sport horse industry.  The seminar will be held over two days, September 28-29 at Dressage at Devon, and will consist of classroom and practical handling sessions, along with the opportunity to observe competition classes and practice judging.  Participation is limited to USDF members between the ages of fourteen and 23, with only twelve spots available.

“Developed by the USDF Sport Horse Committee, this program is oriented toward youth with an interest in sport horse breeding.  We are so excited that Dressage at Devon has offered to help us kick off our first program this fall, to familiarize youth with the breeding and showing of dressage prospects and breeding stock,” stated Kristi Wysocki... Read More

Working horses in summer heat creates some significant welfare issues with consequences as severe as death. Research has provided some very valuable information but despite this there are still many myths and misconceptions. It isn’t only upper level performance/racing horses that are at risk. Serious dehydration and overheating can happen to any horse, especially with some of the misinformation out there.

Horse ownership can be very exciting and rewarding. The primary benefits from horse ownership are companionship, recreation and relaxation, but many people do not often realize the health benefits that can be gained from owning a horse. Keep in mind that raising and maintaining a horse can be expensive, requires a lot of attention, and requires plenty of land for the horse to run.

Here are the Top 10 Health Benefits of Owning a Horse:....

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The breathtaking majesty of equine power and grace has given horses a storied place in the lives and legends of human beings. Now, a new study from Ohio State University has found that horses can also have a near-magical effect on people with Alzheimer’s disease.

Instead of engaging in their usual crafts and exercise classes at an adult day center, eight adults with Alzheimer’s volunteered to feed, walk, paint and groom horses at a local farm once a week for a month. The horses were specially-selected for their calm, easygoing dispositions and participation in a prior therapeutic riding program for children with physical and developmental disabilities.

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