Consign and Design of Wellington will celebrate Small Business Saturday by donating a portion of their proceeds to Equestrian Aid Foundation. The store is stocked with perfect gift items and unique, upscale home decor for you and everyone on your list, so mark your calendars for a fun day of shopping on Saturday, November 25. Consign and Design of Wellington is located at 13587 Wellington Trace and will be open 10:00
Sidelines--September 2017--In high school, Louise Smith was affectionately named The Class Instigator. She's the protagonist you want to follow because of her independence, quiet courage and taste for adventure. At only 5 feet and a bit tall, her diminutive stature and warm smile immediately put you at ease. She's unassuming and approachable. You'd never guess her background if you didn't know it. Continue reading...
Wellington, Fla. – July 26, 2017 – Equestrian Aid Foundation is proud to announce that it was awarded Gold Status from GuideStar, the world's leading provider of information about nonprofit organizations. GuideStar's Gold Status is awarded to recognize nonprofit transparency and accountability. Out of 1.8 million IRS-recognized nonprofit organizations listed in GuideStar, only .5 percent have achieved
Equestrian Aid Foundation Chosen to Participate in Hampton Classic Horse Show's Second Annual Jump for Charity
Bridgehampton, NY – June 29, 2017 – The 42 nd annual Hampton Classic Horse Show, August 27-September 3, is excited to announce the return of its Jump for Charity . As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in its own right, The Hampton Classic also works to support other charities’ efforts. This year the Classic continues its tradition of giving back to local non-profit organizations and equestrian-related causes by hosting
We are pleased to announce that Equestrian Aid Foundation was nominated for favorite horse-related charity in Equestrian Living magazine's annual Gold List. The winners will be published in the popular September Gold List issue of the magazine. Show your support and help Equestrian Aid Foundation get much-needed exposure so we can assist more horse people coping with catastrophic injury or illness. Vote for Equestrian
Among Equestrian Aid's amazing team of volunteers is Brittni Raflowitz, a rising star in the international show jumping world and daughter of Brett and Tracy Raflowitz, owners of Equestrian Services International. All things horses--and supporting the Equestrian Aid Foundation--have been a family affair for the Raflowitzes. Earlier this winter, we got a chance to catch up with Brittni at the Winter Equestrian
It's often been said that our horses are members of the family, and Andrew and Kathleen Tow offer no exception. In fact, when they founded The Withers Winery in 2013, Kathleen's dressage mount Mr. Burgess trotted his way right onto the label. Mind you, this is not some average winery with a horsey theme; the Tows' wines have been touted in The Wall Street Journal and praised by the toughest critics in the industry.
With special thanks to Team Looney Tunes, Equestrian Aid placed 25th in the 2017 Great Charity Challenge, winning $20,000 to further our mission of supporting critically ill and injured equestrians. Team riders were Kira Kerkorian, Tegan Treacy and Stella Manship, and sponsors included the Kerkorian and Treacy families and Palm Beach Equine Clinic. Since its inception in 2010, the Great Charity Challenge
We are thrilled to announce that we've been selected to participate in the 2017 Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments! The event--a showjumping competition in which each team rides for a local charity--has become a hallmark of the Winter Equestrian Festival. In the past seven years, the Great Charity Challenge has given over $9.2 million to 200 Palm Beach County charities. We are thankful
But don't panic: healthy horse / healthy rider practices can protect you and your animals Karen Helton Rhodes, DVM & Terri Bonenberger , DVM Board Certified Veterinary Dermatologists Heading to Florida Soon? The mass migration of the equine community to warmer climates during the winter season is a timely reason to raise the alarm about MRSA. Warm humid temperatures associated with dense populations of horses