WIHS Results, FREE Webinar Announcement, Sending a Get Well and more!

Good Morning Everyone,

We have lots to discuss in the blog today!!

First off, we want to inform you of a great FREE webinar that our very own, Pam Saul, will be speaking at coming up on November 11, 2013. It’s about ‘How to Improve the Profitability of Your Horse Business’ and we feel that this is going to be a very educational webinar for people with all types of horse businesses.  Please check it out! This is a great resource! You can find out more information here: http://www.equestrianprofessional.com/public/Free-Webinar-Horse-Business-Profit-Booster.cfm

Next up, we have to talk more about the Washington International Horse Show! Rolling Acres riders competed very well and were great representatives for the farm.

Ashley Foster & Sin City won the Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Under Saddle class at Washington International Horse Show!  Way to go Ashley!  Hannah Showell was 4th in the Older Large Juniors Under Saddle class at Washington as well! Nice job Hannah!

In the $3,500 Small Junior Hunter Stake 16-17 class,  Ashley Foster riding Sin City, owned by Annie Friedman, were 4th and Ashley riding Turtle Bay, owned by Terrapin Hill Farm, LLC, were 6th. The pair was also 3rd in the $2,500 Small Junior Handy Hunter 16-17 class. Nice job!

In the $3,500 Large Junior Hunter Stake 16-17 class, Alyson Gurney riding The Golden Compass finished in 8th. Awesome job Alyson!

Ashley Foster riding Sin City, owned by Annie Friedman, won the $1,500 Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Under Saddle class!
Woo hoo!

In the $1,500 Large Junior Hunter 16-17 Under Saddle class, Hannah Showell riding Mcgwire, owned by Allison Bergmeyer, were 4th. Way to go!

In the $10,000 WIHS Children’s Jumper 1.15m 11 class, Devon Monroe riding Shinkansen finished in 5th place. Great riding Devon!

In the $7,500 Low Junior Amateur Owner Jumper Classic 1.30m class, Ashley Foster riding Carlot finished in 10th place. Awesome riding Ashley!

Also, during the show, we held the Buck Breast Cancer event that honors Laura Pickett, our trainer who lost her life last year to breast cancer.  We had many of Laura’s family and Rolling Acres friends come to the Washington International Horse Show to honor Laura.   The Laura Pickett Excellence in Horsemanship Award was given out this year to a deserving junior.   The event benefited the capital Breast Care Center. Thank you to everyone who came and made it a very special night.

On another note, we would like to send a “Get Well” along with speedy recovery wishes to one of our clients, Lisa Kuntz who broke her ankle and is currently recovering.