Tuesday News & Notes from Legends Horse Feed

 

 

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The dawning of the off-season always brings with it a spate of bittersweet retirement announcements, and the latest to hit the airwaves is that of the excellent five-star mare Wieloch’s Utah Sun, piloted by Sweden’s Louise Romeike. Among the 17-year-old Holsteiner’s accomplishments are a clear run at Badminton in  2019, an eleventh-place finish at the 2017 European Championships, and competitive finishes at Aachen, Blair Castle, and Luhmühlen. Happy retirement, Urmel!

Events Closing Today: Pine Top Thanksgiving H.T.

Tuesday News: 

What are the ingredients that make up a champion? Find out with US Eventing, who got to know the five winners crowned at the Area IX championships earlier this fall in Utah.

US-based Jordanian equestrian Shayne Allise Steyteyiah is en route to the history books, as she works towards becoming the first-ever Middle Eastern woman to compete in dressage at the Olympics. Find out more about this intrepid rider here.

Equestrian fashion has come a long way since the days of rubber boots, Moody Mare hoodies, and waxed jackets. But what actually goes into producing the next must-have outfit, and how can you start your own career as a horsey fashion maven? Horse Pilot’s founder Guillaume Janin recounts his own journey.

Could potassium levels in your grazing have a negative effect on  your horse’s health? Nutritionist Dr Lucy Waldron separates fact from fiction.

Video Break:

Hitch a ride around Italy’s Montelibretti CCI3*-S with Australia’s Andrew Hoy and Creevagh Cooley.

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