Wednesday News & Notes from Attwood Equestrian Surfaces

My view into work yesterday. Photo by Maggie Deatrick.

I’d like to think that we’ve just experienced the final snow of the year up here in Pennsylvania but somehow I know better than to get optimistic. It seems like we always get one last big blow right before April.

National Holiday: Ash Wednesday

Major Weekend Events:

Red Hills CCI & H.T. [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

U.S. Weekend Preview:

Southern Pines H.T. [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

Full Gallop Farm H.T. [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

 

Your Wednesday News & Notes

The Auburn Eventing team hosts an online Facebook auction every year and the one for this year just started today! This auction helps with funding for Intercollegiate Champs and hopefully more! There are already have over 70 items in the Facebook album from lessons to photoshoots to hand-painted wine glasses. [Auburn Eventing Facebook Auction]

Sometimes an off-the-wall solution can result in a story. Ann DeMichele and owner Suellen Myers went down the rabbit hole trying to figure out why Roanoke, a jumper bred by Myers, was so spooky. After realizing that bright contrast bothered him, they settled on a pair of green-tinted goggles to keep him focused in the jumper ring . [Behind the Photo]

Flying from England to Australia is a trek but doing it with horses is even more involved. Between three weeks of quarantine prior to take-off, another two weeks upon landing, a traveling vet and a heft price tag, flying horses to Australia is no easy task. [9 Things You Never Knew]

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