Monday News & Notes from Fleeceworks

Hawley Bennett-Awad and Jollybo study the 3* cross country at Plantation Field. Photo by Sally Spickard. Hawley Bennett-Awad and Jollybo study the 3* cross country at Plantation Field. Photo by Sally Spickard.

What an exciting weekend at Plantation Field! One of these days I definitely plan to make it out there to see the Best. Event. Ever. in person. Needless to say, all of us West Coasters were thankful for the live stream coverage from USEF Network — how else are we supposed to live vicariously? You can relive all the action on demand on USEF Network.

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Weekend Results:

GMHA September Horse Trials H.T. [Website] [Scores]

Marlborough H.T. [Website][Scores]

Otter Creek Fall H.T. [Website] [Scores]

Flying Cross Farm H.T. [Website] [Scores]

Stone Gate Farm H.T. [Website] [Scores]

Colorado Horse Park 3D & H.T. [Website] [Scores]

Monday News:

Three defending London medalists successfully repeated their results in Rio this week as the Paralympics draw to a close for equestrians. Notably,Sophie Christiansen became the first triple gold medalist for Great Britain, winning the grade Ia freestyle. [Rio Paralympic Results]

Surefire Horse Trials is accepting entries through today! The event will run September 24-25 in Purcellville, VA and is definitely a solid staple on the Area II calendar. Enter today and reserve your spot! Beginner Novice through Prelim as well as Future Event Horse and Young Event Horse divisions are available. [Surefire Horse Trials]

The United States Equestrian Federation is seeking nominations for two seats on the Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted September 15 – October 31, 2016. In order to be eligible for nomination, the individual must meet the definition of “Independent Director,” as described in USEF Bylaw 303. Nominations may be submitted online by active USEF members. Visit for more information about how to submit a nomination.

Weekly Business Tip from Mythic Landing Enterprises:

If you’ve just opened a business or are new to an area, you will want to scope out your local advertising opportunities and make an advertising plan that fits into your budget. It can be a good idea to commit to at least 3 to 6 consecutive months to make an impact, as people will need to see your ad a few times before starting to commit your business name to memory.

Monday Video:

Check out the latest installment of Elisa Wallace’s video blog: