Wednesday News and Notes from MDBarnmaster

How the newly launched will look on your devices. How the newly launched will look on your devices.

Good morning EN! Today’s exciting news is that a brand new horse trailer sales website launched yesterday. is the brainchild of Nicole Robertson, who realized the need for a better horse trailer sales website after she tried to find a new horse trailer online. The site already has trailers from more than 55 dealers in its catalogue, and Robertson hopes that it will help to shake up the trailer buying experience in a serious way. Check out the site here.

Coconino Classic 3-Day Event & H.T. [Website] [Entry Status/Times]

NAJYRC [Website]

Fitch’s Corner H.T. [Website]

The Maryland H.T. at Loch Moy Farm II [Website] [Entry Status]

Hunter Oaks H.T.[Website] [Entry Status]

Aspen Ridge H.T. [Website]

USPC Festival [Entry Status/Times]

Phillip Dutton will take over the ride on Fernhill Cubalawn, previously competed at the 3* level by Alexandra Green. Tom Tierney and Simon Roosevelt recently purchased the horse for Phillip to ride from Paul Green. Phillip and “Cuba” competed at Stuart Horse Trials last weekend, winning the CIC2*. Phillip told The Chronicle of the Horse that he is excited about the horse as a prospect. “I rode him in the intermediate at Surefire [(Va.), in June] and just took him around quietly to get to know him. But [at Stuart] I tried to push a few of the buttons and go a bit quicker. I couldn’t be more pleased with him. He looks like he might be a nice horse for the future.” [The Chronicle]

Liz Halliday-Sharp had a great weekend at Brightling Park International. She finished second in the CIC2* with Fernhill by Night, third in the BE100 with Cooley Cruise Control, and fifth in the CIC1* on Cooley Ground Control. After a few blips marred Fernhill by Night’s spring season, Liz was pleased with his performance in the jumping phases. She will take him out at the CIC3* level at Camphire International Horse Trials later this month. [Box Score]

Southern California Equestrian Sports (SCES) has announced that Sinead Halpin and Allison Springer are the organization’s 2014 award winners. Both will receive $1,500 each for their “exemplary fundraising and competitive efforts.” [Press release, via USEA]

This week on the Eventing Radio Show: Canadian Eventing and Bridging the Gap Scholarship winners. Hosts Jess and Samantha chat with Max Corcoran and Jackie Green, who both recently took on new roles for Team Canada. Bridging the Gap winner Franky Reid-Warrilow updates everyone about the scholarship, and Kate Chadderton gives this week’s training tip. [Eventing Radio Show]

Our final four blogger contestants have spoken! We will be posting their final round entries on Bloggers Row today, and we want your feedback! Who will be named the newest EN blogger? We will put up a voting post this week, and the results of your votes will be taken into consideration when choosing our winner. [Bloggers Row]

Interested in working for Boyd Martin? Windurra USA is looking for two new working students. Minimum of six month commitment. Click for more information. [Boyd’s Blog]

In honor of this week’s NAJYRC competition, check out this EN throwback video of the 2010 CCI2* cross country. Good luck to all the competitors there this week!



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