Wellington Horses and Horseback
Horseback Riding in Palm Beach County
Feb 5, 2018
Ireland’s Daniel Coyle Claims Title in $220,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping at the CP Palm Beach Masters CSI3* -W, Presented by Sovaro®
Daniel Coyle of Ireland believed it was a little luck and a fair amount of strategy that helped him win the five horse jump-off in the $220,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Wellington. Riding Cita, owned by Ariel Grange, Coyle defeated U.S. Olympic veterans Laura Kraut, and Margie Engle to win the prestigious event at Deeridge Farms on Sunday at the CP Palm Beach Masters CSI3* -W, Presented by Sovaro® (PBM).
Feb 4, 2018
McLain Ward and Molly Ashe-Cawley Win at CP Palm Beach Masters CSI3* -W, Presented by Sovaro®
Deeridge Farms once again played host to world-class show jumping competition on Saturday at the CP Palm Beach Masters CSI3*-W, Presented by Sovaro® (PBM). The feature in the Grand Prix ring was the $25,000 Upperville Colt and Horse Show 1.40m, which was split into two sections due to the significant number of entries. More info...
Feb 4, 2018
Eve Jobs, Apple founder's 19-year-old daughter, shows off equestrian skills and glamorous life on Instagram
Eve was named ‘rider of the month’ last year after she competed in the Amateur-Owner division in the East Conference of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumpe Classic Series/
Eve’s Instagram features many pictures of her on horseback, interspersed with images of her friends.
The Apple founder’s daughter competes against other young heiresses like Jennifer Gates, daughter of Bill Gates, and Jessica Springsteen, daughter of Bruce Springsteen.
Her mother, billionaire investor Laurene Powell-Jobs, bought a $15 million ranch in Florida in 2016. More info...
Jan 25, 2018
Amateurs Like Us: How To Win The Least Fancy Person Contest In Wellington
During a forum at the U.S. Dressage Federation convention in December, Debbie McDonald addressed a group of young athletes and their parents about the expense of competing and training in Wellington, Florida, for the winter. She warned them that while it is a great opportunity for riders to immerse themselves in all things horse sport, it is a tremendous investment and not something to be taken lightly.
I had to have my own silent laughing fit behind my computer, not because McDonald is wrong. Done the wrong way (alternatively titled, the Fancy Person Way), coming to Wellington for three months for the winter competition season can be horrendously expensive. More info...