Monday, 9 February 2009

2010 Radio Show Episode 22 - World Equestrian Games News & Interviews


The latest 2010 World Equestrian Games News for you this week including Anky Van Grunsven winning the Exquis World Dressage Masters and showing off her new reining skills. Plus, more WEG news and an interview with Richard Jeffery, the show jumping course designer for the eventing portion of the 2010 Games.

2010 Radio Show Episode 22 - World Equestrian Games News & Interviews:

  • Congrats to Chantel of Pennsylvania, she was the winner of the January Games Giveaway.

  • Be sure to enter to win February's Games Giveaway as we give away a triple stitched leather halter from KBC Horse Supplies. (Remember you have to enter every month.)


  • The Kentucky Horse Park and Newtown Pike (thats the main route to the park from Lexington City) would become a "clean zone" of selected advertising during the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, according to a draft agreement between the city and the WEG foundation to be discussed by city council members Tuesday. Read more...

  • The United States Equestrian Team awarded it's Whitney Stone Cup this past week to Steffen Peters, 44, of San Diego, California. Learn more...

  • Anky van Grunsven, the world's top dressage rider, wowed the crowds at the Exquis World Dressage Masters competition by winning the Grand Prix Musical Freestyle on the black stallion IPS Painted Black. Plus, she thrilled the crowd with a reining demonstration! Read entire article...

  • Thanks to our sponsor, KBC Horse Supplies, the single source for all your horse needs:


  • See Anky's winning ride at the Dressage Masters on

  • The USEF will be hosting a Para-Equestrian Dressage Training Session March 18-19 2009 in Woodinville, WA. The Training Session is designed to help riders who have various disabilities learn more about competing in Dressage at a National or International Level and will be hosted by the Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center. Learn more...

  • Does your website have issues? Maybe your customers do an "emergency dismount" from your shopping cart. Or your website is as elusive in the search engines as that hard-to-catch mare in the pasture. Come to the Webmanship Clinic on March 2 and learn how to easily and inexpensively market your equestrian business online. Visit and register today.

  • Click here to see a list of the test events scheduled at the Kentucky Horse Park this year.


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