Charities Horse Happenings

A Day of Mallets

English Events Horse Happenings

Lucchese Boots It in 13-11 Over CT Energia

Wellington, FL – January 10, 2015 – Two points made all the difference in both games Saturday as the 2015 Joe Barry Cup continued at the International Polo Club Palm Beach in Wellington, Florida. Lucchese took CT Energia 13-11, and Audi bested Tonkawa 10-8.

Events Horse Happenings Western

PRCA Weekly Press Release Sept. 24, 2012

1. Whitney leads band of last-minute qualifiers for Omaha

Usually when a guy gets bumped out of the field for the Justin Boots Championships at the last moment there is anguish and bitter disappointment. Clayton Savage is fine with it. He wasn’t going to go to Omaha for the $637,188 rodeo even if he had qualified. He’s getting married next weekend.

Savage had long ago cleared off his schedule for the last week in September so he could tie the knot with his high school sweetheart, Catherine Mosher, at Grace Bible Baptist Church in Casper, Wyo. Nothing was going to interfere with that.

“I guess I didn’t really think about (when Omaha was scheduled),” Savage said. “What would I have done if I had qualified? I guess I would have doctor released out or just not entered. Bull riding isn’t everything.”



It turned out to be a moot point. Cody Whitney saw to that. Whitney earned his spot at the QwestCenter straight up. He won the Pasadena (Texas) Livestock Show & Rodeo with an 89-point ride at the final performance Sept. 20 and tied for fourth place at the Four States Fair Rodeo in Texarkana, Ark.

English Fashion Horse Happenings

Riding in style: Gucci announces second year collaboration with Charlotte Casiraghi

Gucci has announced that it will be continuing its collaboration with equestrian show jumper and granddaughter of Princess Grace of Monaco, Charlotte Casiraghi.

Economic Impact Horse Happenings

Giddy up: Equine industry has major economic impact on Williamson County

It is no coincidence that at almost every entrance to Williamson County a horse farm – large or small – stands near the welcome sign.