After a successful partnership of the EQUUS Film Festival horse movies at the 2017 Tryon International Film Festival (TRIFF), the second year kicked off with increased attendance, claps, hooves and paws. And some of those watching even included a couple of dogs peeking incognito from their seats.
The EQUUS Film Festival (EFF) has been at the FEI World Equestrian Games Tryon 2018 for a week. When EFF founder, Lisa Diersen and co-organizer, Diana De Rosa, arrived, it was the fulfillment of a goal to be able to share horse films with the world. Over half a million people will grace the grounds.
The EQUUS Film Festival Headwaters Tour Stop in Canada, presented by Lothlorien Farm, pranced into Orangeville, July 20, 2018. With just months to prepare, the Headwaters Team pulled together horse lovers and film enthusiasts alike to come watch a host of horse films.
As a young man, Frank Calo arrived in New York City with only $40 in his pocket and no place to stay. Home was a blanket in a closet at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he attended. Now Calo is a successful independent film producer and director.
While the scores in the $200,000 Riders Masters Cup may not have given RidersTeam USA the points they needed to be called the winners, in this case the victory was all theirs.
On Friday night in the Masters One Longines Speed Challenge at the Longines Masters of New York the top three places were dominated by women with Erynn Ballard riding Fantast to the win, followed by Brianne Goutal-Marteau in second on Fineman and Kristen Vanderveen third on Bull Run’s Faustino de
The Longines Masters is one of the most significant events in the show jumping world and boasts a world class list of competitors, many who are Olympic veterans and medalists. The four day weekend began on Friday, April 26 through Sunday, April 29.
The EQUUS Film Festival Tour Stop in Meadville, PA, April 19-22, gave you that nuzzling horse feeling of community. It reminded me of a herd of horses playfully romping around for the joy of being together.
The next EQUUS Film Festival Tour Stop will be in Meadville, PA, April 19-22 and will benefit Bright Futures Farm. There will be some fun events for people of all ages in addition to the many films.
The 3rd annual EQUUS Film Festival Camden Tour Stop, hosted by the Marley Project, was a mixture of educational classes, a family fun fest, networking, horse training, interviews and films.
The USEF annual meeting, which took place in Lexington, KY, January 17-20, was about awards presentations, rule change proposals and networking with so many new and old friends at one location.
This year’s 5th annual EQUUS Film Festival was truly a smashing success. It took place November 17-19 at the HELEN MILLS Theater & Event Space in the heart of New York City.
“It’s all about the horse” was the theme of this year’s Tryon International Film Festival. With that in mind, it only made sense to bring horse films in as a part of was shown.
Dr. Cori Stern was just 15 years old when she decided there had to be a better way. She’d lived most of her younger life being sick. The final straw was when she was plagued with chronic Strep Throat.
I’ve been on a path to eliminate the pain, sciatica, arthritis, atrophy and other problems my body is facing. Most of these issues were the result of a car accident I had avoiding a family of deers.
When the EQUUS Film Festival headed to Oregon for its September 21-23 Tour Stop with the Warm Springs Horse Network, Lisa Diersen and Diana De Rosa were looking forward to the journey.
The Central Park Horse Show has become a much-needed fixture in New York City and showcases a variety of breeds and disciplines. For the third year the show opened with the electrifying Arabians.