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Noone Makes Satisfactory Start to World Cup Final
Tom Noone from North Abington, Ma, the only U.s. rider to compete at theDressage World Cup Final in Aarhus, Denmark from April 6-8, 2001, made asatisfactory start by finishing in tenth place in the Short Grand Prix, thefirst test of the Finals. Riding...
Noone Finishes Tenth in Dressage World Cup Final
Tom Noone maintained his tenth position today after the final round at theDressage World Cup Finals in Aarhus, Denmark from April 6-8, 2001. Nooneand the 13 year-old Westphalian stallion, Fresco, owned by FrancineWeiner-Govostes from Canton, Ma, compl...
King is Top U.s. Rider in Final World Cup Standings
Candace King riding John Em was the highest placed U.s. rider finishing infifth place in the final standings of the World Cup Jumping Final inGoteborg, Sweden today with a total score of 17 faults. In equal sixthplace on 18 faults were Leslie Howard r...
King Placed in Swedish Grand Prix
Candace King from Wellington, Fl, showed her consistent form at the World Cup Finals in Sweden this weekend with a fifth place in the Goteborg Grand Prix. Riding Peter Nillsens Elu De La Hardiere, they jumped one of only five clear rounds to m...
Ahsa Approves 2002 First Quarter Competition Date Applications
The American Horse Shows Association (ahsa) announced today that the 2002Date applications for December 2001 through March 2002 have all beenreviewed and the approval and/or permission letters have been mailed to theshow contacts. It is believed to be...
Ahsa Announces Rule Change Deadlines
The American Horse Shows Association (ahsa) today issued the followingreminder regarding deadlines for rule changes according to Article 342 ofthe Ahsa rules. Standard or normal rule change proposals submitted by thegeneral membership of the Ahsa must...
Ahsa Announces Inaugural Junior Hunter National Championship
The American Horse Shows Association (ahsa) announced today that the firstannual Ahsa Junior Hunter National Championship will be held at the WesternNorth Carolina Agricultural Center in Fletcher, Nc, August 12-13, 2001. Inorder to qualify, a horse mus...
Ahsa/nhjc Extends Nominating Process for Zone 10
The American Horse Shows Association (ahsa) has announced that the NationalHunter Jumper Council (nhjc) Board of Governors and the Officers of the AHSAare recommending that the Zone 10 Committee extend the nominating processfor this years Zone election...
Ahsa 2001 Pony Finals to be Held in North Carolina
The American Horse Shows Association (ahsa) will hold the 34th Annual PonyFinals in Fletcher, Nc, from August 14-17, 2001. John and Pam Rush of RushManagement Inc. will manage the competition, which includes the annual PonyAuction on August 13th, run ...
Ahsa Announces Confirmed Date for Fei Veterinary Course
The American Horse Shows Association (ahsa) has confirmed the dates for theInternational Equestrian Federation (fei) Veterinary Course, to be held inconjunction with the Fei North American Young Riders Championships inWadsworth, Il. The course will b...
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