Skip to content

ReporTV to broadcast from Lexington Junior League



Saddle Horse Report’s ReporTV will be broadcasting 2017 show highlights — and interviews with your favorite exhibitors and trainers — at a selection of shows this season. This week, the highlights will be from the Lexington Junior League Horse Show, held at the Red Mile in Lexington, Kentucky. 

 ReporTV videos will be available for subscribers online, so if you’re not already signed up, now is a great time to do so. You don’t want to miss out on what we have lined up for this coming show season!

The Lexington Junior League Horse Show will be held from Monday July 3rd to Saturday, July 8th. 
 ReporTV will catch highlights from a variety of angles from the show, which features classes for Saddlebreds, Hackneys, Road Horses and more. Also this year, the special addition of the Triple Crown Challenge equitation class on Friday night will be a highlight of the show. 

 ReporTV is made possible thanks to the generous sponsorships from those within the show community. Special thanks this year to the ARHPA, Crowley Insurance, Cape Code Equestrian Center, and Wingswept Farm, for their sponsorships of the ReporTV coverage.

Monday evening is sponsored by ARHPA. The ARHPA provides a wonderful opportunity to our exhibitors, offering an end of the year achievement for road horse exhibitors and road pony exhibitors. 
As their website states:

The objects and purpose of the American Road Horse and Pony Association shall be to:
Promote the training and exhibiting of the "Road Horse" and to promote other activities and events of any nature to create enthusiasm, use, pleasure, and interest in "Road Horses".

To encourage and educate all persons interested in "Road Horses".
To promote higher standards of showmanship’s and sportsmanship through better communication with those interested in "Road Horses".

To cooperate with and assist horse show managers and organizations who promote horse shows in the selection and spacing of classes of "Road Horses" and to encourage exhibitors and owners to show their horses, and to do all things necessary to further the development and quality of "Road Horses"  
Visit their website at  www.americanroadhorsepony.com to see what they have to offer.

Tuesday and Thursday evenings are sponsored by the Cape Codd Equestrian Center. A barn that always supports the equitation division, turning out competitive riders at every show they attend. Located in Spring Valley, Ohio, they offer riding instruction for a variety of different skill levels. Visit their website at www.capecodfarm.com

Wednesday and Friday evenings are sponsored by Cowley Insurance. Justin Cowley is CEO of the company, and as a fellow Saddlebred exhibitor he takes pride in his personal connections with all those he insures. Check out his website at www.cowleyinsuranceagency.com for more information on how he can help protect your investment.

Saturday evening is sponsored by Stephanie and Chris Brannan of Wingswept Farm.  The Brannan’s open their doors to riders of all levels, from the beginner rider to the world champion competitor. Located in Nicholasville, KY, Wingswept Farm is a full service American Saddlebred stable. Owners Chris and Stephanie (Sedlacko) Brannan (2015 UPHA Young Trainers of the Year) have trained and/or shown numerous World Champions and Futurity winners such as WCC The Proof Is In The Heir, RWC Just Browsing, RWC He's Born To Lead and RWC Nut Lookin'. They offer training that ranges from starting colts to finished show horses. For their two-legged clients, Stephanie instructs students of all levels in both riding and driving. Additionally, she coaches the University of Kentucky Intercollegiate Saddleseat Team.  It can easily be said that a visit to Wingswept will find it bustling with activity pretty much from dawn to dusk!  You can find out more information by visiting their website at www.wingsweptfarm.com

 

More Stories

  • What Matters? Family Matters.

    What makes a Family?  Last week, in his column, Interim ASHA President Marty Schaffel wrote beautifully about Family Fun and what riding and driving horses means to his family.  But, this industry lends itself to more than just the immediate family.  We’ve all heard it—“my barn family”—but what does that mean? Read More
  • Supporting 1-2 Day Shows; A Major Focus of Horse Show Task Force

    The ASHA recognizes the importance of providing various opportunities for competition. School, work and commitments keep many of our members busy, and sometimes unable to attend shows that take up most of the week or more... Read More
  • ARHPA Awards Scholarships

    Madison Pope and Sloane Fleig were each recipients of $1000 scholarships from the American Road Horse and Pony Association. The awarding of those scholarships was made possible with help from USEF... Read More
  • American Saddlebred Museum Gift Shop Popping Up!

    The American Saddlebred Museum and Gift Shop is excited to announce participation in several upcoming horse shows. The Museum’s Shop will attend the National Academy Championship Horse Show in Murfreesboro, TN. This is the second year the Museum has participated in the Academy Show and staff is excited to visit with families again. Read More
  • Latest Issue 10 14 19

    Read More
  • Joint Leadership Council Safe Sport Fast Facts

    The United States Center for SafeSport was established in 2017 to address abuse of amateur athletes, including bullying, harassment, hazing, physical abuse, emotional abuse, and sexual misconduct and abuse. The Center operates under the auspices of the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization of 2017.  Read More
  • From the Desk of Marty Schaffel: Family Fun – What Horses Are All About

    When my daughter was 5 years old, we went on a family vacation to California. I thought she might get a thrill if she sat on a horse when we passed a small riding stable. We pulled off the road and asked if our daughter could sit on a horse. The horse was huge and his name was Mouse... Read More
  • What Matters? The Power of “And” Matters.

    A few years ago, there was conference held in Houston, sponsored by the charity group Points of Light. At the conference, a number of very important topics were discussed. At the center of every topic was one very small word: “and”. As in, how to bring credibility and sustainability to a company’s purpose, or how to connect strategies, concepts and people behind a mission. Read More
  • Latest Issue 10 7 19

    Read More
  • UPHA Open Gate Learning Center Offered ?At UPHA/American Royal National Championship Horse Show

    The United Professional Horsemen's Association (UPHA) is pleased to announce The Crown Goodman Family has agreed to underwrite the UPHA Open Gate Learning Center program at the 2019 UPHA/American Royal National Championship Horse Show... Read More