The repercussions of the coronavirus are being felt across the country in the horse industry.
Cody Sapergia has been paired up with 4-year-old Mr Royal Hollywood since the end of May 2018 when he went to work for the stallion’s owners, George and Carol Bell, of Raleigh, North Carolina. Sapergia and “Royal,” who finished as the Level 2 Open Co-Reserve Champions at the 2018 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity, […]
This year’s Carolina Classic Derby marked Abigail Ehringer, of Dawsonville, Georgia, and her gelding All You Need Is Luv’s second time to compete in the show, held May 9-12 at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Tryon, North Carolina. Ehringer, who had more than $16,226 in Equi-Stat earnings following the Carolina Classic Derby, said she loved […]
Three horse-and-rider combinations shared championship honors in the Carolina Classic Derby Open Levels 2 and 1, but Tricia Tillman couldn’t have been any prouder of Boomin In Lace had the mare won it outright.
Not many people are lucky enough to find one great horse. Reiner Alicia Rapp believes she may be one of the chosen few to find two.
With one horse to go, Equi-Stat Elite $1 Million Rider Jose Vazquez had a 7.5-point lead in the Carolina Classic Derby Non-Pro. The win was so close. The last person with a chance to beat him: his daughter, Mariana Vazquez.
The first round of the FEI World Equestrian Games USEF Selection Trials CRI3* is in the books, and an Arizona reiner is leading the pack.
The Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) announced it will host the 28th annual Carolina Classic Derby at its facility on May 8-13, 2018. This will be the first reining event to be held at the 1,600-acre venue.
Tying for the Carolina Classic Derby Level 4 Open win in 2016 was a great achievement for Lil Dreamin Magnum and Jeremy Gates, but the team refused to settle. They returned to the show this year with their eyes on the prize, and that focus was rewarded with all the glory from the Level 4 […]
The partnership between Tracey Pearson and Gun Code may be new, but spectators at the Carolina Classic in Williamston, North Carolina, most likely couldn’t tell. The duo quickly hit their stride and rode the wave straight to the top of the Derby Non-Pro, held May 12.