Tuesday News & Notes from Cavalor

The official Walterstown Don Fan Club – lead by Lauren Burnell and Bec Braitling. Photo by Shelby Allen.

It was a great weekend in California for the 19th annual Galway Downs International Three-Day Event. Organizer Robert Kellerhouse has a fantastic team behind him which play a massive roll in making this a top notch event. Plus, I aways love to watch and catch up with all the west coasters. Until next year!

National Holiday: Job Action Day

Events Closing This Week: Pine Top Thanksgiving H.T. (GA, A-3)

Tuesday News:

Participate in a World Class Grooming clinic with Emma Ford and support the Liz Cochran Memorial Groom’s Award! Each year the award is given to a top groom who deserves recognition. Emma Ford will lead the clinic Nov. 20 at Mardanza Farms outside Ocala, covering all areas of health care and management. Early registration is $90 and ends November 12, so sign up soon! A portion of the proceeds will benefit the award. [World Class Grooming Clinic at Mardanza Farm]

It’s almost time for the $100,000 Ocala Jockey Club International Three-Day Event! Held Nov. 16-19, the event will also celebrate our lady riders with a Celebration of Women in Peak Performance Equestrian Sports Luncheon on Friday. [Ocala Jockey Club Three-Day International Courses Area Set for November]

Oliver Townend has been named British Eventing’s top rider for the fourth consecutive year. He finishes the 2017 season with 1,698 points – 174 ahead of second-placed Izzy Taylor. Jo and James Lambert’s Bulana, who is ridden by Nicola Wilson, is the top horse of the year. [British Eventing Names Top Horse and Rider of 2017]

Tuesday Video: A little fun from your S.O.

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