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WEF Ingate Staff "Paddock Pruners" Prune Their Heads and Beards for a Worthy Cause

March 29th, 2019

Horses Daily—Mar. 29, 2019—Paddock masters Tom Carlson, Mo Duhon and Pat Duncan pledged to shave their heads and beards to raise money for the Equestrian Aid Foundation during the 2019 Winter Equestrian Festival. Funds raised by the equestrian community during the WEF ingate staff’s Paddock Master Pruning are making an impact far and wide, as horsemen across the western states face the devastation of crippling flooding

PADDOCK MASTER PRUNING RAISES OVER $15,000 FOR HORSEMEN IN CRISIS

February 26th, 2019

Winter Equestrian Festival paddock masters Tom Carlson, Mo Duhon and Pat Duncan   Wellington, Fla. – Feb. 26, 2019 –  In an unprecedented fundraising initiative for the Equestrian Aid Foundation, three ingate staff at the world-class Winter Equestrian Festival raised over $15,000 in just under two weeks... by pledging to shave their heads and beards as monetary goals were met. The effort was the brainchild of Grand

INTIMATE FINE DINING AND WINE PAIRING FEATURING DOM PÉRIGNON AND THE MASCOT BENEFITS EQUESTRIAN AID FOUNDATION

February 12th, 2019

The courtyard of the Stewart/Berkley residence was a stunning setting for the event.  Photo by EQ Media Wellington, Fla. – Feb. 12, 2019 – The old-world European-inspired Palm Beach Polo home of equestrians Ken Berkley and Scott Stewart was the setting of a spectacular dinner to benefit Equestrian Aid Foundation, Thursday, Feb. 7. The lavish event featured Dom Pérignon, a brand synonymous with vintage Champagne

SCOTT STEWART AND KEN BERKLEY HOST AN EQUESTRIAN AID FOUNDATION BENEFIT

February 10th, 2019

Equestrian Living Magazine—Feb. 10, 2019—The old-world European-inspired Wellington, Florida, home of equestrians Ken Berkley and Scott Stewart was the setting of a spectacular dinner to benefit Equestrian Aid Foundation in early February. The lavish event featured Dom Pérignon, a brand synonymous with vintage Champagne and prestige cuvées, and The Mascot, a wine brand created by Will Harlan born out of the

SHAPLEY’S SUPERIOR GROOMING PRODUCTS TO PARTNER WITH EQUESTRIAN AID FOUNDATION FOR SECOND YEAR

January 7th, 2019

  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,

Fa La La La... Spa! Gifts that Give Back for Your Favorite Equestrian

December 17th, 2018

  Looking For a Gift for the Equestrian Who Has Everything? Through December 26, Wellington's BADEN SPA and WELLNESS will give back 20 percent to Equestrian Aid Foundation on purchases of these luxurious spa packages.     Click here to purchase  an EAF Give Back Holiday Package for every equestrian on your  nice list!  

SFHJA Continues Tradition of Support for Equestrian Community through Donation to Equestrian Aid Foundation

December 14th, 2018

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

Horsemen Helping Horsemen: The Grassroots Work of the Equestrian Aid Foundation

December 4th, 2018

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EQUESTRIAN AID FOUNDATION GRANT HELPS FAMILY TAKE A STEP FORWARD

November 22nd, 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

The California Wildfires: Four Ways to Help

November 14th, 2018

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