Saturday Links from World Equestrian Brands

David O’Connor and Custom Made. Photo courtesy of US Equestrian.

One of the most recognized names in US eventing history, Custom Made, will be immortalized at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Hall of Champions. An honor usually reserved for horses who spent their golden years as a resident of the horse park, Custom Made will be the first event horse interred at the Memorial Walk of Champions. The Olympic gold medal winning mount passed away in 2019 at the grand age of 34 after enjoying a long retirement at Jacqueline Mars’ Stonehall Farm.

U.S. Weekend Action

Full Gallop Farm Jingle Bells H.T (Aiken, SC) [Website] [Entries] [Ride Times] [Volunteer] [Scoring]

USEA Annual Meeting and Convention (St. Louis, MO): [Information Hub] [Schedule] [Fast Facts]

Links to Start Your Weekend:

USEA Rule Change Proposals: Lower Level MERs, Horse Welfare And More

If You’re Not Winning, You’re Learning: 2023 Pan Am Games Team Revisits Santiago

Ingrid Klimke Offers A Master Class In Positive Riding

Horse Euthanized After Accident In WEC—Ocala Grand Prix Qualifier

Researchers closing in on “holy grail” of preventing and treating tendon injuries

Hot on Horse Nation: Ask AI Equestrian Edition: What Do Different Cross Country Jumps Look Like?

Sponsor Corner: “It really reaffirmed our deep love for each other. We want to do this together and we enjoy this regardless of the outcome. We are happy doing it as a team.”

Allie Knowles and Morswood put in a memorable performance at Pau. Read her recap of the experience on The Debrief, brought to you by World Equestrian Brands.

Allie Knowles and Morswood. Photo by Tilly Berendt.

Morning Viewing: Get to know Ireland’s largest equine charity: the Irish Welfare Trust.

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