Daily radio coverage of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games continues. We recap Dressage Grand Prix with Reese Koffler-Stanfield and we are joined by the Swedish Reining Team. There is a VERY special musical surprise for you in today’s show. Listen in…
2010 Radio Show Episode 112 by SUCCEED – Show Notes and Links:
Daily radio coverage of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games continues with a wrap up of the day’s events. We recap reining with Aaron Ralston and look forward to driving with Chester Weber. Listen in…
2010 Radio Show Episode 111 by SUCCEED – Show Notes and Links:
We discuss the US and Canadian eventing team Final Selection Trials in Georgia – GO JESSIE! Also, eventer captain Geoff Curran, a late and somewhat controversial addition to the Irish Eventing Team, and Anneli Silverstolpe of the Swedish Reining Team. Listen in….
2010 Radio Show Episode 109 by SUCCEED – Show Notes and Links:
Hosts: Samantha Clark and Glenn the Geek
Photo: Isabell Silverstolpe of the Swedish Reining Team.
Guest: Martha Murdock – Arabian Giveaway
Guest: Captain Geoff Curran – named 2nd reserve to Irish Team, recently finished 17th at Burghley, coming to WEG.
Guest: Anneli Silverstolpe – Chef of the Swedish Reining Team
The final countdown begins as more teams are announced. Plus, we catch up with two more of our spotlight athletes as they prepare to leave for Kentucky, and speak with world famous trainer Pat Parelli about his appearances at WEG. Listen in.
2010 Radio Show Episode 108 by SUCCEED – Show Notes and Links:
We discuss the US Dressage Selection Trials in detail with our spotlight rider Pierre St Jacques, who finished fifth, earning himself a place on the short list with his beautiful horse, Lucky Tiger. And of course the WEG news keeps on coming, including a chat with Dr Jennifer Feiner of Hagyard’s Equine Medical Institute who’ll be in charge of the quarantine facility for all the horses shipping in from Europe, and why Nicole Simpson-Shahinian isn’t on the USEF show-jumping short list for WEG with Tristan. Listen in.
2010 Radio Show Episode 105 by SUCCEED – Show Notes and Links:
News: There were lots of World Equestrian Games Three Day event hopefuls giving their horses a pipe-opener at the Mitsubishi Hartpury International Horse Trials in England last weekend, and in fact the three star CIC was won by British Team member Piggy French on the Kentucky bound Jakarta. For a detailed analysis of the WEG performances, and for great reading every day, check out Monty White’s blog at www.blog.talkinghorse.net.
News: The short list of endurance horses and riders for the team to represent the US at the World Equestrian Games team has been announced, and they will now go forward to Shaker Village, KY before final selection.
US Para-Equestrian Team Coach Missy Ransehousen gives us the low-down on the National Championships and Selection Trials that took place recently in Illinois, and Horse and Hound’s Pippa Roome updates us on what’s been happening in England across the disciplines. Listen in….
2010 Radio Show Episode 99 by SUCCEED – The US Para-Equestrian Selection Trials & a Report from England:
Thousand Oaks, CA – May 10, 2010 – The United States Para-Equestrian Association (USPEA) would like to invite everyone to the First Ever Para-Webathon. The event is scheduled for June 8, 2010, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The First Ever Para-Webathon will be broadcasted from the studios of Alltech and will be hosted by the 2010 Radio Show announcers Glenn the Geek, Samantha Clark, and Para-Equestrian Susan Treabass. The 2010 Radio show is the unofficial podcast about the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. The purpose of the Webathon is to reach out to all equestrian enthusiasts and the entire nation to help raise capital for the United States Para-Dressage team, which will be competing at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
Presented by The Horse Radio Network, the 2010 Radio Show, Alltech, and the USPEA, the live Webathon will bring the Para-Equestrian discipline to the forefront of everyone’s minds. During the Webathon, many of the inspirational athlete’s stories will be highlighted. This exciting event will assist the Para-Equestrian Athletes in raising awareness and funds for this intriguing discipline. In the past, costs have ranged around $20,000 per competitor, and this Webathon will be an important asset to the Para-Equestrians.