America features several of the most beautiful and fabled horse show venues
in the world including Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, Tryon
International Equestrian Center, and the new World Equestrian Center in Ocala,
Here is a directory of the most famous and stunning
in America. Its worth planning a trip to these horse palaces, if just to see the
More Equestrian News from Florida and the Horse World.
May 16, 2020 Wellington Horse Shows Resume at PBIEC Tentative June 2020 Schedule for USEF Shows Registration opens May 18, 2020 for June shows.
Tentative USEF Show calendar:
ESP June I: June 3-7, 2020 – USEF “A” Rated, Jumper 4*
ESP June II: June 10-14, 2020 – USEF “A” Rated, Jumper 4*
ESP Spring V: June 17-21, 2020 – USEF “A” Rated, Jumper 4* (Pending USEF approval) More info...
May 15, 2020 Majestic Oaks in Ocala is Open Horse Jumping, Dressage, and Cross Country Majestic Oaks Three Phase Schooling 2020
May 23rd, 2020
June 6th, 2020
August 8th, 2020
September 5th, 2020
October 3rd, 2020
December 12, 2020 More info...
May 15, 2020 Florida Horse Park in Ocala Reopens Events Resume June 1, 2020 Summer Fun Saddle Horse Show June 4-6, 2020
POP Show June 14, 2020
Includes Preliminary Dressage, Show Jumping and Training Level Cross Country (XC)
USDF Dressage and Western Dressage June 20-21, 2020
May 15, 2020 Keep Up with Latest News from USEF Up to the minute news from the United States Equestrian Foundation The United States Equestrian Foundation is the governing body for formal equestrian activities in the United States. More info...
May 14, 2020 Fox Lea Farm Camp Schedule Summer Camp with Social Distancing School's Out (okay it's been out awhile but here we go!)
THREE DAYS, June 19-21
$10,000 1.25M Jumper Stake Saturday morning June 20th
Camp Boot Camp
FOUR DAYS, June 26-29
$25,000 Grand Prix SUNDAY MORNING June 27th
Camp Dress Rehearsal
FOUR DAYS, July 2-5
$25,000 Grand Prix SUNDAY MORNING July 5th
THREE DAYS, July 7-9
$10,000 1.25M Jumper Stake
SOCIAL DISTANCING-APPROPRIATE CAMP ACTIVITIES!
Camp Fox Lea
FOUR DAYS, July 11-14
$25,000 Grand Prix SUNDAY MORNING July 12
SOCIAL DISTANCING-APPROPRIATE CAMP ACTIVITIES!! More info...
May 11, 2020 Ocala Southeastern Pro Rodeo Rescheduled for July 24 and 25, 2020 Rodeo was postponed in March. The rodeo fan favorite Southeastern Pro Rodeo at the the Southeastern Livestock Pavilion has been rescheduled for July 24 and 25, 2020. Tickets are available now. Hooray! More info...
May 6, 2020 Farm and Ranch Loans How to Get Land Loans for Farms and Ranches Community Credit farm and ranch Land Loans can be used to purchase land, livestock, equipment, feed, seed and farm supplies. They can also be used to construct new buildings or make improvements on your farm.
Community Credit farm and ranch loans are often provided to beginning farmers or ranchers who cannot qualify for conventional loans because they have insufficient financial resources. More info...
May 4, 2020 Signs of Activity in Horse Shows and Events New equestrian events are being scheduled for 2020 As the lock-down starts to loosen, more horse shows and equestrian events are being scheduled and are taking registrations. As a rider you should make yourself aware of what precautions are being taken at the event for your safety and the safety of others The pandemic is not over and there remains serious risk of contracting the Covid 19 virus. Read more about the coming months, it will be worse, not better. More info...
May 4, 2020 The Trump administration projects about 3,000 daily deaths by early June. Increasing from current 1,750 deaths per day As President Trump presses for states to reopen their economies, his administration is privately projecting a steady rise in the number of cases and deaths from the coronavirus over the next several weeks, reaching about 3,000 daily deaths on June 1, according to an internal document obtained by The New York Times, nearly double from the current level of about 1,750.
Apr 9, 2020 Barn Still Open? Here’s an Online Sign-Up Log You Can Use to Schedule Boarder Visits Leslie Wylie Boarding facilities that remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic have had come up with some creative solutions for making sure that both boarders and barn employees remain safe and well. That includes limiting visitation to ensure that, on these beautiful spring days, a crush of boarders don’t all show up at the barn at the same time — no bueno for social distancing.
The barn where I board my horse, Penrose Farm, remains open (for now) but has taken many measures to ensure that everyone stays safe. Boarders are encouraged to stay home unless it’s absolutely vital that they visit their horse, for instance in the event of an emergency or necessary vet or farrier visit. The essential barn employees have also offered help with self-care feedings, etc. so that boarders can rest assured that all is well with their horses while they stay away. More info...
Apr 6, 2020 World Equestrian Center WEC The 2021 Opening Events World Equestrian Center is excited for the opening events of our long-awaited Ocala, Florida, facility with an inaugural schedule that includes 12 weeks of World Equestrian Center hunter / jumper horse shows beginning January 5, 2021 and ending March 28, 2021. Prize money for the weekly events is proposed to top $400,000 per week with overall circuit money and prizes projected to reach nearly $5 million dollars. World Equestrian Center is committed to offering top quality horse shows for our competitors, owners and sponsors. More info...
Mar 26, 2020 Florida Horse Life Horse Grooming Videos Great Equine Grooming Tips View this series of horse grooming videos to help you prepare for your next horse show or just to spiff up your horse for trail riding.
A well-groomed horse always seems to ride better as well as making the owner proud. More info...
Mar 26, 2020 Equine Endocrinopathic Laminitis Explained Posted by Nancy S. Loving, DVM How horses go from metabolic to laminitic and ways to manage them
The pasture is particularly verdant this year. Several plump horses contentedly graze their way across the fetlock-deep field in the fog after a particularly cool spring night. This might look like something out of a bucolic period film, but the scene is not as innocuous as it might appear. Several of its features portend potential problems for horses turned out to eat to their hearts’ content. A fat horse on rich grass is at risk of developing endocrine disorders that can snowball into laminitis. More info...