Wednesday News & Notes from Attwood Equestrian Surfaces

Spring has sprung. Photo by Maggie Deatrick

Between studying for a professional exam and a nagging back injury, I still haven’t had a chance to get on my horse even though he has been home for two weeks now. I’ll have my first taste of playing owner at Fair Hill, and while I’ve had my trainer compete my horse before, it’s always been for events that I myself cannot attend.

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Fair Hill CCI & H.T. [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

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Longleaf Pine H.T. [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

Sporting Days H.T. [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

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Your Wednesday News & Notes

I happened to venture to a T3D last fall and I’m sharing my (mis)adventures. The long and short of it is read the rules three times, then don’t overthink it! I had a few obstacles that kept me out of the ribbons but the good news is my young horse had no idea and loved getting a neck ribbon for Fittest Horse. [The Miscalculations of Endurance Day]

If you’re under 25 and headed to Bromont in June, pay close attention. Bromont is hosting the inaugural Bromont Rising Program, which will award a $3,000 (CDN) grant to 10 U.S. and Canadian riders under the age of 25 who are headed to compete at Bromont this June. Riders will also have the opportunity to participate in a training camp, receive coaching at the event, and have dinner with Jessica Phoenix and Boyd Martin. [Bromont Rising Program Supports U25 Riders]

Sara Gumbiner is headed to Kentucky for the second time with her long-time partner Polaris. Polaris has a scheduled nap time every day, and if you mess with it, it messes with him. He would also like some green apples (plzkthx) and a a stall in which he can oversee the goings-on at the barn. [Behind the Stall Door]

Attwood Wisdom of the Week: 

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Posted by Attwood Equestrian Surfaces on Wednesday, April 10, 2019

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