All about the exciting sport of Reining this week as we speak with Dan Wall, Executive Director of the National Reining Horse Association. Dan fills us in on how Reining will work at the 2010 World Equestrian Games. Plus, we get an update from our Spotlight Reiner Lisa Coulter. Listen in…
2010 Radio Show Episode 64 – Show Notes and Links:
- Hosts: Samantha Clark and Glenn the Geek
- Guest: We replay the interview with Dan Wall, Executive Director of the National Reining Horse Association. What a fun sport!
- Guest: A fun update from our Spotlight Reiner Lisa Coulter. Looking good Lisa!
- News: Para-Equestrian Canada is pleased to announce that Simone Williams Navan, Ontario has been hired as an Assistant Team Coach. Williams will be working closely with Para-Equestrian Canada’s National Team Coach Andrea Taylor, with key responsibilities in coaching short listed riders in Eastern Canada. More…
- News: British show jumper Michael Whitaker made a dream return to top-class international competition on sunday when he took the first prize of about $50,000 for winning the Rolex FEI World Cup series in Verona, his second victory since returning from a drugs ban. Read more…
- News: Along with tickets and accommodation, it seems like traffic and parking has been a red button issue at next year’s World Equestrian Games. To that end, Jim Downs, a traffic expert from Gameday Management Group, the Orlando, Florida company that has overseen traffic for the last ten superbowls, has moved his family to Lexington. More…
- News: Here’s the video we mentioned from the recent Katydid CDE in Windsor, South Carolina, that you’ll enjoy. Gavin Robson, from Australia, but based in Ohio, took the lead after the dressage, and it looks like he’ll be joining his English based compatriot Boyd Excell here at the Horse Park in Lexington next autumn. He beat out Keady Caldwell, who has been one of the USA’s top pair’s drivers now driving a team.
- The Kentucky Arts Council is seeking artists who would like to perform next year during the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. Applications from professional artists and community or school groups in all genres are being accepted by the Kentucky Arts Council through December 15th.
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