Our hearts are broken for Liz Halliday-Sharp, whose four-star partner HHS Cooley was euthanized after a cross country fall in the CIC3* at Burgham Horse Trials in the UK on Saturday. Liz, who was released from the hospital...» Read More!
We are deeply saddened to report that HHS Cooley, a 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse ridden by British-based U.S. rider Liz Halliday-Sharp and owned by her mother Deborah, was euthanized yesterday after suffering a fracture on...» Read More!
Post by Liz Halliday. Liz Halliday-Sharp and HHS Cooley capped off a successful weekend at Red Hills last week with a second place finish in a competitive CIC3* division. HHS Cooley, an 11-year-old Irish Sport...» Read More!
It’s going to be a busy off season for Liz Halliday-Sharp. After basing in England for the past 15 years, she’s relocated to Ocala for the winter and spring to both launch Cooley Horses International with Richard...» Read More!
The announcement on the next wave of spring grants came late last night, and Doug Payne and Crown Talisman and Liz Halliday-Sharp and HHS Cooley are the recipients of Land Rover Competition grants to compete...» Read More!
Here’s Liz Halliday-Sharp and HHS Cooley’s dressage test from Fontainebleau CICO3*, the first leg of the FEI Nations Cup series, which kicked off this past weekend in France. I posted this video on my Across...» Read More!
Samantha Clark was in attendance again at the USEF High Performance Training Sessions at Aston Le Walls in the UK, and provided a fantastic write-up for the PRO Blog. British-based US riders Clark Montgomery, Liz...» Read More!
We’ve been so spoiled with these excellent videos from Galway Downs, courtesy of Frankie Thieriot of Athletux and Bright Horse Communications. Frankie has a great interview with Buck in the video, and he speaks about...» Read More!
Buck Davidson almost pulled a William Fox-Pitt at Galway Downs, as he sat in first and second places in the CCI3* dressage with just his final ride Petite Flower still to go. Flower scored 55.2...» Read More!
CCI3* dressage kicks off in just 30 minutes at Galway Downs. PRO Tour Radio is once again running a broadcast on Ustream — this time with Niki Rose Clarke and Brian Sabo offering commentary —...» Read More!