EQUUS Foundation Announces Results of 2017 #RideForHorses Competition
#RideForHorses is the nationwide effort of the EQUUS Foundation to inspire and engage everyone who cares about horses to help ensure the welfare of all of America's horses. The $25 membership helps protect America's horses at risk of abuse, neglect and slaughter - and provide opportunities for horses to change peoples' lives, especially people with special needs.
For US Equestrian members, participation also includes the opportunity for recognition in the EQUUS Foundation/US Equestrian Best Performance Competition. What sets this competition apart from other competitive awards programs is that it is uniquely designed to recognize consistency in performance.
The EQUUS Foundation wishes to thank all who participated in the competition ending on November 30, 2017 and congratulate the winners. The Best Overall Junior, Amateur, and Professional will have grants awarded in their names to deserving charities operating at the highest standards of horse care.
2017 #RideForHorses Competition Results
A Joint Program of US Equestrian & EQUUS Foundation
Recognizing Competitive Excellence - Supporting Horse Welfare
Junior 11 & Under
National: STELLA WASSERMAN - BENETTON
Regional: SOPHIE WHIDDEN - CHAMPLAIN CELEBRATION
National: SOPHIE GOCHMAN - WIRINA
Regional: CAROLINE BLAKE - LEWIS HAMILTON
*National: COCO FATH - CLASS ACTION
Regional: MICHAELA PRITCHETT - ADRIANO
Amateur 35 & Under
National: SAMANTHA KARP - ZENTINA B
Amateur 36 & Over
*National: BECKY GOCHMAN - CATCH ME
*National: HAVENS SCHATT - BACARDI
*Overall winners. National includes AA and A competitions; Regional includes B and C competitions. Click here for standings.
PARTICIPATING HORSE SHOWS*
Aiken Horse Park Foundation
American Gold Cup
Baymar Farms Inc.
Brave Horse Show Series
Brownland Farm, LLC
Buffalo International Horse Show
Chagrin Valley Hunter Jumper Classic
Classic Company Ltd.
Devon Horse Show & Country Fair
Equestrian Sport Productions
Fairfield County Hunt Club
Fox Lea Farm Inc.
Great Lakes Equestrian Festival
Great Southwest Equestrian Center
Hampton Classic Horse Show
Hunter Jumper Association of Michigan
Lake Placid Horse Show Association
Langer Equestrian Group, Inc.|
Morrissey Management Group
National Horse Show
New Canaan Mounted Troop, Inc.
Old Salem Farm
Ox Ridge Hunt Club
Pin Oak Charity Horse Show
Progressive Show Jumping, Inc.
Ridgefield Equestrian Center, Inc.
Southbound Show Management, Inc.
Stepping Stone Farm, Inc.
Swan Lake Horse Shows
Thunderbird Show Park
Tryon Horse Shows LLC
Venice Equestrian Tour
Vermont Summer Festival L.L.C.
Washington International Horse Show
Winter Equestrian Festival
Whether you are a competing equestrian, a pleasure rider, or someone who loves horses — everyone can do something to ensure that America's horses live in comfort and with purpose and dignity. Help protect America's horses and inspire all horse lovers to become horse protectors!
All it takes is $25 to help ensure that America's horses are safe and live in comfort with purpose and dignity.
*Contact us here if your shows are not on the list. Currently the Best Performance Competition is limited to shows associated with the hunter/jumper disciplines. Our goal is to offer the Best Performance Competition to all US Equestrian disciplines. Learn more about the Best Performance Competition here.
About EQUUS Foundation: The EQUUS Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity established in 2002, also known as Horse Charities of America, the only national animal welfare charity in the United States dedicated solely to horse welfare and the horse-human bond. Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Contact the EQUUS Foundation, Inc., at 168 Long Lots Road, Westport, CT 06880, Tele: (203) 259-1550, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: equusfoundation.org.
About US Equestrian: Established in 1917, the United States Equestrian Federation (US Equestrian), the governing body of equestrian sport in the United States, is dedicated bringing the joy of horse sports to as many people as possible. Learn more about the US Equestrian at www.usequestrian.org/
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