Wellington, Fla. – Jan. 7, 2019 – Equestrian Aid Foundation and Shapley’s Superior Equine Grooming Products will join forces for a second winter season to support the nonprofit’s mission of helping critically ill and injured horsemen. Shapley’s will donate 10 percent of product sales made on the HITS Coachella Desert Circuit, HITS Ocala Winter Circuit and at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington,
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SFHJA Continues Tradition of Support for Equestrian Community through Donation to Equestrian Aid Foundation
The South Florida Hunter Jumper Association continued its tradition of support for the equestrian community by making a generous donation to the Equestrian Aid Foundation at the association's year-end awards banquet. Donated funds were generated through the 68th SFHJA Charity Horse Show. We could not carry out our mission without the support of SFHJA. We're indebted to the association's leadership and also to
The Carolinas Equestrian -- Winter 2018
Following a devastating accident, financial support from EAF allowed the Wight family to find new ways to be self-sufficient. Photo courtesy of Little Rockin' Heart Dairy When Arabian breeder Loren Wight was permanently disabled in an accident on his family-operated Rockin’ Heart Ranch, the entire family’s livelihood was in jeopardy. A grant from the Equestrian Aid Foundation enabled Loren to keep up with the
Horses and humans seek refuge in Zuma Beach (Brittny Mejia / Los Angeles Times) Wellington, Florida—Nov. 14, 2018—It's heartbreaking to watch the images coming out of California this week, especially those involving fellow horsemen. For those who feel compelled to help, it can be hard to know where donations will have the most impact. While many credible efforts to raise funds for California's wildfire victims
At many farms across the Panhandle, little viable stabling remains following Hurricane Michael. Photo courtesy of Jodie Kelly Hurricane Michael, the worst storm on record to hit the Florida Panhandle, has left residents from Florida to the Carolinas reeling--including many members of our equestrian community. On the outskirts of Panama City, Joe Pimentel, respected breeder and president of the Trakehner
Janise Gray, Director of Grant Recipient Services. Photo courtesy of Janise Gray Wellington, Fla. – Sept. 24, 2018 – The Equestrian Aid Foundation announced this week that Janise Gray has retired as the foundation’s Director of Grant Recipient Services. She had held the position for over 20 years. “For two decades, Janise has been a compassionate advocate for each and every person our foundation has assisted,” said
Wellington, Fl – September 10, 2018 – When Wellington-based amateur equestrian and businesswoman Jacquie McCutchan opened On Course Consignment in 2008, a charitable partnership was part of her vision. Ten years later, her partnership with the Equestrian Aid Foundation has yielded over $11,000 in assistance to critically ill and injured members of the equestrian community. “Horse people are unique in the way
Tucker Ericson and Michael Dowling present a check on behalf of Monmouth at the Team to Equestrian Aid Foundation board member Scot Evans. Photo by Anne Gittins Photography Wellington, Fla. -- Aug. 16, 2018 -- Equestrian Aid Foundation was honored Tuesday evening at Monmouth at the Team in Gladstone, N.J, where show co-owners Tucker Ericson and Michael Dowling presented a check to foundation board member Scot Evans.