One of the things I really like about our sport is that hard work pays off. If you put in the time and make intelligent decisions, you will reap the rewards. Success tends to come in the form of steady progress and it is so very nice to see. A huge congratulations is in order for one of my favorite West Coasters – Megan Traynham. The hard work she’s put in between NAJYRCs and now is quite apparent as she stepped up to the challenge of Intermediate this weekend at Twin Rivers. It isn’t easy to be a junior and step in to the ring at that level. Add in the fact that you’re going toe to toe with some of the best in the sport and it is an incredible amount of pressure. Hooray Megan!
U.S. Weekend Action:
News From Around The Globe:
Kentucky Equine Research and EN are teaming up to host the Great KER Fitness Challenge this spring! Download the free KER ClockIt Sport app for your phone and record your rides for a chance to win a $100 gift card to shop.kerx.com, an EcoGold Secure XC Saddle Pad, a lesson with your choice of Bruce Davidson, Liz Halliday-Sharp, or Dom or Jimmie Schramm; and feature story about you and your horse on EN. [Contest Details]
Do you know of a great local eventing organization? EN wants to show them some love! Email [email protected] and tell us about your local organization. We’re looking to spotlight associations that run low level and schooling horse trials in upcoming feature articles. Go Local Eventing!
Does your horse have an inspiring story about coming back from a serious injury or illness? OCD Pellets wants to hear all about it! Send in your rehab to [email protected] for a chance to win an OCD prize pack (2-month supply of OCD Pellets, 1-month supply of COS Canine, and an OCD Pellets hat and T-shirt). Entries close Monday, May 2, 2016, and the story that receives the most views on EN will win. [Contest Details]
Lets go for a gallop.