EN would like to wish a very happy 41st anniversary to Randy and Sherrie Martin. They are fabulous friendly faces at events all around the world, as well as dedicated owners, supporters and true fans of the sport both in the U.S. and beyond. Their anniversary is also a special day because Caroline’s grandparents shared the same anniversary. Cheers to all the people who make this sport so special. Go Eventing.
National Holiday: National Sneak Some Zucchini Into Your Neighbor’s Porch Day
Major Events This Week:
Strzegom Summer Tour [Start Times and Live Scoring]
U.S. Weekend Preview:
Area VII Young Rider Benefit H.T. [Website]
Your Wednesday News & Notes:
Organizers of the Bromont CIC are excited to announced an Under 25 division for the upcoming CIC1*. Held the weekend of August 17th to 19th in the charming village of Bromont, Quebec, the Bromont CIC is organized by Bromont Horse Trials Inc. [Bromont Three-Day Event]
Another anniversary? The Kentucky Horse Park is celebrating its 40th this year! Built in 1978, the Kentucky Horse Park was designed as the world’s first park dedicated to man’s relationship with the horse. The park sits on property that has been used to raise Thoroughbreds since the early 1800s. [Kentucky Horse Park celebrates 40 years]
When Lauren Kieffer had the opportunity to purchase a full brother to her first four-star horse, Snooze Alarm, she jumped at the chance. COTH goes behind the stall door with “Bug” to learn the origins of his name, what he was like as a young horse, and more. [Behind The Stall Door With: Vermiculus]
2018 Mongol Derby: And they’re off … well, almost. The start of this year’s 1,000-km race was delayed until Wednesday evening due to apocalypse-looking thunderstorms complete with marble-sized hail and flooding, and an undisclosed “technical difficulty.” With several U.S. riders in the mix, including some American eventers, we’ll be watching the Derby closely! [Mongol Derby]
Attwood Wisdom of the Week: Safety | Performance | Innovation
You could say the road to Great Meadow International 2018 was paved in Attwood footing. Well, maybe paved would not be the right word but you get the gist. Looking back at that competition, it was truly inspiring to know so many of the competing athletes were prepping on Attwood Surfaces.
From the newly expanded arena at Phillip Dutton’s True Prospect Farm, to multi rings and gallop at Boyd Martin’s Windurra USA to Liz Millikin’s lovely Lion’s Gate Farm to Will Faudree’s spectacular Gavilan Farm. That’s a lot of footing! Because these riders depend on us so much they are much more than clients, they are our family.
We believe that a horse’s health and soundness can be greatly impacted by its daily training surface. That’s why we are constantly testing our footing to find innovative solutions for safety and performance.
Want to know more about the most advanced footing solutions on the market today please call Attwood Equestrian Surfaces at 888-461-7788.