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Kassalic Stud

We are a small stud in Somerset situated 5 mins from the A303. We breed arabian horses and spotted ponies and are currently working on a programme to combine the two, bringing the best attributes from both breeds to produce quality performance ponies. We alo breed shetland ponies and spottys. First and foremost we are breeding for good confirmation and temprement so that we produce foals of good quality that will hopefully have the ability to perform under

EnduranceGB supports the The Sino-British International Friendship ride - THE LONG HORSERIDE

The Long Horse Ride, organised by EnduranceGB life member Megan Lewis is a journey on horseback from Beijing to London. Starting out shortly after the closing ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, it is scheduled to arrive in London in time for the 2012 London Olympics.

The Long Horse Ride is a journey on horseback from Beijing to London.

It is scheduled to set out after the closing ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympics and to arrive

Two French Riders Topped the Meydan Open Riders World Ranking for FEI

Two French riders topped the Meydan Open Riders World Ranking for FEI year end results. Virginie Atger, who was ranked fifth in the world last year, topped the list in 2010 by just 14 points over fellow Frenchwoman Sarah Chakil. In 2010 Atger won a number of rides, including the CEI*** 160-km Sommant and 160-km Rambouillet in France. She also finished 10th in the World Endurance Championship in Lexington, Kentucky.

Chakil won the 160km CEI*** La

Miguel Vila Ubach Triumphant in test of Endurance

Miguel Vila Ubach, of Spain, and his eight-year-old Hungares landed a surprise victory in the 160-kilometre World Endurance Championship yesterday. The first of seven disciplines at the World Equestrian Games, the endurance developed into a war of attrition.

Ubach was followed home by two French riders, Virginie Atger on Kangoo d'Aurabelle, also an eight-year-old, and Elodie le Labourier with Sangho'Limousian, who is twice his compatriot's age a

Jack Begaud dominates the world of Endurance at the end of October

The 5th edition of the new FEI Endurance World Ranking List includes events from 1 January 2005 to 30 October 2005. With 790 points, Jack Begaud is the undisputed leader of the FEI World Endurance Rankings. He added 124 points more to his score during October, notably thanks to his 7th place in Montcuq with his relatively inexperienced mount Najshan. Finishing second in Montcuq with Jonas de Griège, only 10” behind the winner Karine Hebrault, Ludovic Sarou

Maria Hagman Eriksson won 2nd leg of Onsala Arabians Endurance Cup

Maria Hagman Eriksso on Prylens Pepton won the 2nd leg of Onsala Arabians Endurance Cup in Björkvik. After two rides she is in tied lead with Tonja Danielsson/Molina Nikow. Worth noticing is that Prylens Pepton is in the list under two different riders!

Results from "Björkviksritten"

1 - Maria Hagman-Eriksson/Prylens Pepton ox, 12p 2 - Lena Sandberg Nilsson/Diip ox, 10 p 3 - Fannie Eriksson/El Charimo, 8 p 4 - Anita Oldenburg/Mitzawi

Pan-American Endurance Championships 2011 - Santo Domingo, Chile

Endurance riders from Uruguay claimed Team and Individual gold in the Senior division, while the host nation of Chile dominated the Young Riders classes at the 2011 Pan-American Endurance Championships staged in Santo Domingo (CHI) last weekend. Bernardo Algorta registered an impressive average speed of 20 kilometres an hour with his horse, Cacique, to take the Senior title for Uruguay, while Chile's Sebastian Taverne and Eclipse covered the challenging c

Pan Am Endurance Silver Medalists Receive MHIB Award

On Nov. 15 the Maryland Horse Industry Board (MHIB) presented its "Touch of Class" Award to Anne Arundel resident and horse trainer John Crandell III and his Endurance Triple Crown winning Arabian gelding, Heraldic, who together won two silver medals from the Endurance competition at the Pan American Games, held in Chile on Oct. 21. Crandell and Heraldic will lead the U.S. Team in the World Endurance Championship in England in 2012--an event held simultane

Endurance Team Member Back After Baby

It takes a lot of grit and determination, not to mention physical stamina, to be an endurance rider at the top level, especially if you have just given birth to a daughter and intend to be on the team for the World Equestrian Games (WEG) to be held in Kentucky, USA in September.

Ros Clapp, 37, from Baltonsborough, Somerset, competed the 80km Endurance Ride at BarbaryCastle on 7th August, with her team horse, Nazeeka, just 27 days after her secon

Endurance team member cleared of doping charge

After a year-long battle with the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), Somerset-based endurance rider Christine Yeoman has managed to clear her name. She had been investigated following a positive dope test on her home-bred mare CJS Gai Forest in August last year.

The presence of the growth promoter ractopamine in a urine test meant Christine was immediately suspended from competition, and she was forced to withdrawal from the European cha

Strong competition at European Endurance Champs

France, once again, showed their skill and sheer determination when each one of their finishing team members, Philippe Benoit, Virginie Atger and Pascale Dietsch, had final loop speeds of over 21.9kph. French Chef d'Equipe Mr. Jean Louis Leclerc has now gained both the World and European titles with his hugely successful team.

Alltech FEI WEG U.S. Endurance Team Announced

The U.S. Equestrian Federation has announced the members of the U.S. endurance team at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. The list is as follows, in alphabetical order:


1. Deborah Reich of Croton-on-Hudson, New York, on Juniper RJW (Deste Onismus x Deste Toouche), an eight-year-old Arabian mare owned by Rolling Stone Farm, Slatington, Pennsylvania.

2. Heather Reynolds of Los Gatos, California, on Ssamiam (Sam Tik

American Endurance Ride Conference

The American Endurance Ride Conference was organized 24 years ago by a small group of devoted enthusiasts to promote endurance riding. This hardworking, hard riding nucleus has grown to a five thousand+ member organization dedicated to furthering the sport. The AERC is one organization that really works for its members. It promotes rides, distributes educational information and keeps the trails open. The AERC is the only sanctioning body in the country f

Bakst eases to victory in 33rd Arab Marathon

SUNDAY October 30 saw a group of determined riders take part in the 33rd Arab Marathon at Larkhill Racecourse, Salisbury. The event sponsored by South Essex Insurance Brokers (SEIB) boasted a first prize of £1,000. The winner of the Marathon Challenge Trophy, together with the £1,000, was Alan Brown from Shropshire with his Arab horse, Bakst, bred by Finn Guinness of the Biddesden Stud. They completed the challenging course in a time of one hour 36 minutes

Spaniard wins endurance with strong horse

Try to comprehend what Maria Alvarez Ponton of Spain accomplished Sunday. Seven weeks after giving birth to a daughter, Maria, mom went out and captured the gold medal in the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games endurance event. Covering 100 miles in and around the Kentucky Horse Park, Ponton came in to the event as reigning world and European champion.

Sunday, she sat in second place through the first two vet checks, then took control on her Fren

Dark Endurance Studs

Dark Endurance is mainly a family team consisting of my parents as dedicated crew, myself as rider and trainer and most importantly our horses. I am Carri Ann Dark, I was born May 1991 in the South West and have lived there for many years, For many years I was apart of the South West Group and enjoyed helping and being apart of South West team. I also wrote a series of articles in the South West newsletter which some people still remember me from. I

Australasian Endurance Forum Attracts Multi National Attendance

Over 150 delegates representing nine different nationalities are attending the Australasian FEI Endurance Conference and Forum, which began in Brisbane (AUS) today. Delegates from Australia, Canada, France, Great Britain, Malaysia, New Zealand, Thailand, the UAE and the USA are taking part in three days of lectures and discussion sessions across a wide range of topics relating to international Endurance. This is the first time the world forum has been hel

Congratulations to Jack Bégaud and Lucie Marin

After breakfast at the St Jean l'hippodrome the vans crowded into the fields surrounding the centre of Arpheuilles St Priest. The cavaliers group their horses into a field and the start is imminent. At 7:30 behind a security vehicle the 55 competitors go past the church, then disappear as if swallowed by the Bourbonaise countryside. The Montluçon CEI** is off, despite the disruption of the itinery caused by the Cher floods.

9h40 – the first cava

Thoroughbred Rapid Redux Ties Single-Season Win Mark

Rapid Redux tied the modern-day United States record for wins in a single season Dec. 13, as he went wire-to-wire in a $5,000 starter allowance race at Laurel Park. The 5-year-old son of Pleasantly Perfect won his 19th race in 2011, tying the legendary Citation, who won 19 times during his Triple Crown season of 1948, and Roseben in 1905. Rapid Redux, who has now won his last 21 starts dating back to Dec. 2, 2010, broke the U.S. record for consecutive wins

World Equestrian Games Preview: Endurance

Find out what goes into organizing the 2006 World Equestrian Games endurance competition, what the route is like and who the strongest contenders are. July 31, 2006 — Endurance will be firmly in the spotlight at Aachen as the opening contest of the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) this August. Riders will set off on their 160-kilometer journey before dawn from the mass start at the show grounds at Aachen Soers. Approximately 12 hours later, tens of thousa

FEI Balkan Endurance Championships 2011

The host nation scooped team and individual gold at the FEI Balkan Endurance Championships 2011 staged at Koprivshtitsa in Bulgaria last weekend. The Bulgarian side were the only finishers in the three-nation team contest, while Miroslav Borshosh produced an impressive and well-judged performance with his Arab gelding, Munir B, to emphatically claim the individual title. Koprivshtitsa, which lies on the Topolnitsa River and in the Sredna Gora mountains, i

World Games for rider Ros Clapp

Baltonsborough rider Ros Clapp has been selected for the Great Britain endurance team for the World Equestrain Games which start this weekend in Kentucky. The 16-day event, which starts on Saturday, will see Clapp and her horse Nazeeka competing in the long distance horse riding event which starts on Sunday.

This will be Clapp's first appearance at world level, having competed in the European Endurance Championships in Assisi, Italy, last year.<

Britain`s medal hope comes a cropper at vet gate

Britain's WEG endurance team of Ros Clapp, Christine Yeoman, David Yeoman (all from Somerset) and Beccy Broughton-Booker had mixed fortunes in the States. After the first four loops, Ros was the fastest of the team riders, with Christine and David not far behind and a medal was on the cards.

But after the fifth loop, Ros's horse Nazeeka was eliminated at the vet gate for irregular metabolics, which ended any medal hopes.

All the other

Zayin Arabian Stud

In the last ten years I have bred 17 Arabian performance horses starting in 1999 with the Part bred colt Zayin Shijami (by TB Noble Envoy out of Shikari PBA). Since then I have concentrated on breeding solely pure bred Arabians for racing and endurance, the first Kumara Zayin being born in 2001. We have utilised the best bloodlines available using stallions from Umm Qarn Farm, Shadwell Stud and Conkwell Stud. The band of broodmares represents the finest pr

Ceci Butler-Stasiuk to ride Ace`s Comet in Abu Dhabi`s Invitational ride

28 February – One of three U.S. riders invited to bring a horse to ride in the February 12th Abu Dhabi President of the UAE endurance ride, Ceci Butler-Stasiuk, will take Katie Shah’s Ace’s Comett (ACE INTHE HOLE x GRA MISS CARYCYN). Butler-Stasuik has had a good year in competition on Cypress Trails horses, DJB KD Fantasia, DJB K De Cielo and DJB MontyontheSpot….but these horses have already put in a good year’s competition getting ready for the World

FEI Open European Endurance Championships 2011 - Florac (FRA)

Spain's record-breaking partnership of Maria Alvarez Ponton and Nobby took their fourth Championship title in a row when putting in another phenomenal performance at the FEI European Endurance Championships 2011 in Florac, France yesterday. And the host nation had plenty to celebrate too, as Virginie Atger, Julien Goachet, Sunny Demedy and Benedicte Santisteva claimed the team honours for France. Concerns about the intense heat in the days leading up to

UK emerges largest exhibitor with a 50-strong group at Al Fares Dubai 2004

The United Kingdom has emerged as the largest group participating in Al Fares Dubai 2004, the fifth international equine trade fair, thereby endorsing Dubai's position as one of the leading centres for equestrian activities.

The Nottinghamshire-based Creature Comforts is one of the several repeat exhibitors in Al Fares Dubai 2004, to be held from December 6-8, at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre (DIEC).

Creature Comforts is m

NK endurance during first edition CEI Ermelo

The NK endurance will this year take place during the first edition of IEC Ermelo, which takes place on the weekend of 17 to 19 May 2013. This new international endurance race CEI Ermelo is organized from the grounds of the KNHS. In Ermelo, three distances driven: 90 km (CEI *), 120 km (CEI **) and 160 km (CEI ***). The distances of 90, 120 and 160 km are also national (CEN) held. Thus, future athletes in their own country experience with the state of aff

Strong competition at European Endurance Champs

The FEI European Endurance Championship Open Qatar Challenge earlier this month was the first time Portugal had hosted an endurance event of this level. Several nations were slightly apprehensive about the track at in Barroca d'Alva, which although was flat with generally good going was demanding and would require a 'thinking cap' to achieve a good result.

Lately in endurance the trend has been to have one central vet gate from which all loops s

Renske Giesen Dutch champion TREC T4

Dutch championship TREC was held last weekend in Hoenderloo. Seven riders competed in the highest class (T4) against each other. Renske Giesen eventually went away with the title. The first part was Saturday start: POR (oriëntatierit). The participants were about six hours on the road with their route, where they only had to work with their map and a compass. Renske Giesen after the POR was already in the lead with 222 points. Heidi Hugen-Beckers followed

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Rearranged Dipper Scrapped By The BHA

Rearranged Dipper Scrapped By The BHA

Originally intended for Cheltenham on New Year's Day, the British Horseracing Authority rescheduled the Grade Two contest when that meeting was lost to the weather.

However, it did so under the stipulation that the race could still be abandoned if there were less than four declarations.

Nicky Henderson declared Captain Conan and

Ruby Walsh to miss British rides in whip row

Ruby Walsh to miss British rides in whip row

Top Irish jockey Ruby Walsh has ruled out riding at two British meetings in a row over controversial new whip rules. Walsh was given a five-day ban at Aintree in Saturday after he was deemed to have exceeded the eight-strike limit over jumps when winning on Edgardo Sol. The 32-year-old said he will not risk a further ban by riding at Chepstow on Tu

Today`s Doncaster Meeting The Latest Victim Of The Unseasonal Weather

Today`s Doncaster Meeting The Latest Victim Of The Unseasonal Weather

This afternoon`s flat season kick off meeting at Doncaster has been abandoned due to snow.

The fixture was due to feature the first major event of the Flat season, the William Hill Lincoln, but clerk of the course Roderick Duncan called off the card following a 6am inspection.

He said: "We have had about two to three inches of s

Frankel deserves to win - Andrew Balding

Frankel deserves to win - Andrew Balding

Kingsclere trainer Andrew Balding has called Frankel "the best horse he has seen in his lifetime" and says he hopes the Sussex Stakes winner will be crowned champion at Ascot on Saturday. Balding has three horses running on Saturday, with one taking on Frankel in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes. But he says the Sir Henry Cecil-trained horse deserves

Kempton Live 2012

Kempton Live 2012

If you came along to our Right Royal Knees Up evening on June 6, you’ll know what Kempton Live is about. A fun evening for you to enjoy with friends, family or work colleagues – and who knows – you may even go home having had a winner or two!

If you missed it – don’t worry – we have four more great Kempton Live events across the summer for

Ruby Walsh appeals against three-day ban for careless riding

Ruby Walsh appeals against three-day ban for careless riding

Ruby Walsh has appealed against a three-day ban incurred for careless riding at Cheltenham on Saturday. He was found guilty of causing interference when partnering Pearl Swan to be first past the post in the JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial. While he beat Grumeti by a short head, the two horses got very close in the finish and the stewards opted to reverse

Guy Reed Dies Age 91

Guy Reed Dies Age 91

Successful owner and breeder Guy Reed has died at his home on Wednesday night at the age of 91, his secretary has confirmed.

His silks, gold and black check with pink sleeves and cap were carried to victory by a number of top horses dating back to the 1970s and are some of the most recognisable in racing. Well known performers include

Art Scholar Wins The Last Big Race Of The Season

Art Scholar Wins The Last Big Race Of The Season

Art Scholar finished strongly to win the final big race of the Flat season, the Betfred November Handicap.

The Michael Appleby-trained five-year-old (20/1) was a spare ride for Franny Norton, who produced his mount to perfection inside the final furlong to beat Communicator by three-quarters of a length.

The runner-up looked lik

Cue Card Aimed At Flemenstar And Sprinter Sacre

Cue Card Aimed At Flemenstar And Sprinter Sacre

Cue Card trainer, Colin Tizzard has confirmed his charge to be on target for a exciting clash at Aintree with Flemenstar and Sprinter Sacre.

The trio are set to clash in the John Smith`s Melling Chase on Ladies` Day, Friday, April 5.

Cue Card claimed Grade One success in the Ryanair Chase at Cheltenham earlier this month and wil

Nathaniel Good To Go In The Qatar Prix de l`Arc Whatever The Ground

Nathaniel Good To Go In The Qatar Prix de l`Arc Whatever The Ground

John Gosden Is confident Nathaniel can handle whatever ground conditions he faces in the Qatar Prix de l`Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp on Sunday week.

Lady Rothschild`s champion has enjoyed a great season to date, winning the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown before being touched off in the King George VI at Ascot and the Irish Champion Stakes.

Mail De Bievre Booked For Denman Chase

Mail De Bievre Booked For Denman Chase

Mail De Bievre, Tom George`s exciting French recruit is on course to debut on the British circuit in the Betfair Denman Chase at Newbury on Saturday.

One of the real stars of the French chasing scene in the spring of 2010, the 8 year old has run just once since then in a hurdle race at Auteuil back in September 2011.

George has

Wincaton Thurdsay Card Called Off

Wincaton Thurdsay Card Called Off

Thursdays meeting at Wincanton has been abandoned due to waterlogging.

Clerk of the course Barry Johnson initially called an inspection for raceday morning after substantial overnight rain.

However, he brought that check forward to 12.30pm following further rain this morning, before eventually calling the meeting off around 12 noo

Adrian Maguire forced to retire

Adrian Maguire forced to retire

The National Hunt season begins in earnest today when Cheltenham, the home of jump racing, stages its first meeting of the autumn, but it will do so without Adrian Maguire, who yesterday announced his retirement on medical grounds. In March, Maguire, 31, sustained a broken neck at Warwick in what he regarded as an ordinary fall. It was anything but

Frankie Dettori Still Has Epsom Dreams

Frankie Dettori Still Has Epsom Dreams

Jockey Frankie Dettori still harbours a hope of riding in the the Investec Derby after another meeting with France Galop on Tuesday. He was banned by the French after tesing positive for cocaine at Longchamp last September, but the rider had been due to return to action last week after serving that suspension but there has been complications due to

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