Tuesday News & Notes from Legends Horse Feeds

Alex Tett and Fernhill Cubalawn. Photo via Phillip Dutton Eventing’s Facebook Page.

Congratulations are in order for Alex Tett who acquired the ride on Fernhill Cubalawn. Previously piloted by Phillip Dutton, “Cuba” was named to the 2016 U.S. Olympic team, but was substituted off the team due to a mild injury weeks before the competition. Now Cuba may get another chance with Alex, who aims to represent Zimbabwe at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Good luck to this new partnership!

National Holiday: National Blonde Brownie Day

Events Opening This Week: Southern Pines H.T.Red Hills International H.T.Full Gallop Farm March H.T.

Events Closing This Week: Full Gallop Farm February I H.T.Ocala Winter I H.T.Pine Top Intermediate H.T.

Tuesday News: 

The former director of the USEF Equine Research and Testing Laboratory, Dr. Cornelius Uboh, is suing U.S. Equestrian. He is claiming defamation and breach of contract. Dr. Uboh was terminated in 2018 as part of the USEF response to the litigation and drug testing errors of Kelley Farmer and Larry Glefke. [Former Laboratory Director Files Suit Against USEF]

Olympic bronze medalist Robert Dover is set to launch his new vegan tack line next month. Inspired by car manufacturers offering luxury vegan interiors, Robert decided the equestrian world needed the same options. ROBERT-SQUARED saddles and bridles, halters, leads, riding boots and paddock boots as well as other accessories. [Olympic rider launches vegan tack range]

The Animal Health Trust (AHT) has partnered with British Eventing and British Equestrian to study risk factors for injuries and illnesses in eventing. Anyone who has competed with British Eventing is encouraged to complete the survey. [British survey takes close look at eventing horse injuries and issues]

Hot on Horse Nation: The 10-Step Program for Tack Hoarders

Tuesday Video: Sound familiar to anyone?

This video gets me every time🤣

Posted by Lainey Ashker on Thursday, January 17, 2019

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