Thank you to everyone who participated in #rideforourlives tonight. What an amazing show of support! It was an honor to march with each and every one of you. We will not out give up our fight to protect our children. Every little thing we do is better than doing nothing at all!
Join us on Saturday at WEF for the #RideForOurLives! Check out the link below to see how you can get involved. It's not about right or left; this is about protecting our children and standing up for them. We encourage the equestrian community to take a stand to show that we need to do something about gun violence in schools in the United States. http://www.chronofhorse.com/article/rideforourlives-equestrian-community-unites-to-protect-kids-in-schools
The equestrian community of Wellington, Florida, is leading a movement to unite all equestrians across the country in the mission to keep children safe in schools and remember the victims of school violence. Last month, 17 people were shot and killed, along with more than a dozen who were injured, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, just less than an hour from Wellington. Three-time Olympic show jumper Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, who is based in Well
10-year-old Charmed aka "Sami" was the only horse Markus brought to Live Oak International, the World Cup event in Northern Florida. The chestnut mare did not disappoint - with an unlucky last fence down in the very tough first round track, she secured a good 5th place finish for Markus. Die zehnjährige Charmed aka "Sami" war das einzige Pferd, das Markus in einen nördlicheren Teil Floridas zum Live Oak International mitnahm. Und die Fuchsstute enttäuschte nicht - lediglich e
Another good week in Wellington: With placings in both big classes, the 5* Grand Prix and the WEF Challenge Cup, Meredith and Markus are very pleased with how well the horses jumped once more. The week's highlight was a 6th place finish for Meredith and her top mount Daisy in a very rainy Grand Prix, after seemingly effortless jumping of the 10-year-old mare. One unlucky fault kept Markus and Luke from joining her in the jump-off. Previously Luke had placed 7th in Thursday's