We are welcoming back Irish Olympian Joseph Murphy for an indoor clinic at Gavilan farm January 9 and 10, 2020. Come get a jump start on your 2020 season or just have a good, positive outing. Gavilan farm has a brand new 250 x 150 indoor arena where jump courses with unique exercise will be changed each day! Weather permitting Friday, January 10 can be outside on cross-country. Do not miss this opportunity to get out of the cold and train with the best!
Currently competing at the top level, Joseph Murphy has also represented his country in several European championships, 2014 World Equestrian Game and 2012 London Olympics with his mount Electric Cruise. Known to be one of the best cross-country riders, Joseph enjoys sharing his wealth of knowledge through his clinics!
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A double clear cross-country round propelled Rebecca Braitling and Arnell Sporthorses' 11-year-old British Sport Horse gelding Caravaggio II (Vangelis-S x Courtesan) to their first blue ribbon together in the CCI4*-Short, and Haley Turner and her own 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding Shadow Inspector (Tinaranas Inspector x Caragh Roller) continued their run of sub-30 dressage tests to win the CCI3*-Short at the 2022 Twin Rivers Fall International in Paso Robles, California.
USEA podcast host Nicole Brown chats with Interim Eventing Chef d’Equipe and Team Manager of the U.S. Eventing Team Bobby Costello about the Silver Medal Performance put forward by the U.S. Team at the 2022 FEI Eventing World Championships.
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This story first appeared in the August 2022 issue of Sidelines Magazine.
I have had many young horses in my time, and one thing I’ve learned is that it’s rarely the perfect, easy baby that becomes the next superstar. In fact, I’ve always considered it a positive to have the well-behaved youngster throw a little bit of attitude my way, as I believe that it takes fight to become a great event horse.