Lend a hand to Mylestone

Mylestone Equine Rescue in Pohatcong needs help in order to win an ASPCA Help A Horse Day grant up to $25,000. Go to Horsemen’s Outlet, 37 Molasses Hill Road, Lebanon on April 23 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. (rain date is April 24). There you can sign a roster, which counts toward this organization getting a grant.

There’s plenty to do, including a silent auction, bake sale, tack swap, and more, plus a special 20 percent off coupon offer from Horsemen’s. Money raised will go towards Mylestone’s new Equine Relief Fund.

If you can’t be there, make a donation or sponsor a Mylestone horse, indicating it’s for Help A Horse Day. For more information, go to http://www.mylestone.org/news.asp?page=284

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It’s time to order Dressage at Devon tickets

Reserved seating tickets are now available on line for Dressage at Devon, Sept. 27-Oct. 2. Held at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair grounds in Devon, Pa. This six-day event features the largest open breed show in the country.

The performance division draws top horses and riders to the 18-acre facility, where the Festival Area Shops at Dressage at Devon offer everything from riding apparel to tack and fine art, jewelry, antiques, pottery, and Dressage at Devon souvenirs.

To purchase seats, visit the online box office at www.dressageatdevon.org and click on “spectators.”

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Why not get a ticket to Omaha for the World Cup finals?

Individual tickets are now on sale at www.Omahaworldcup2017.com  for the global indoor championship in dressage and show jumping at Omaha’s CenturyLink Center March 29-April 2.

Such big names as McLain Ward of the U.S., defending champ Steve Guerdat of Switzerland and Daniel Deusser of Germany in show jumping, along with U.S. rider Laura Graves, Carl Hester of Britain and Isabell Werth of Germany in dressage are expected to be on hand.

In addition to the competition, there will be many other activities and exhibitions, as well as vendors selling everything from tack to jewelry and crafts.

Omaha is a nice town (the state’s tourism motto is “Visit Nebraska, Visit Nice”). Be sure to dine and shop at the Old Market near the arena. The finals won’t return to the U.S. until 2020, so take advantage of next year’s opportunity. There’s even a direct flight from Newark airport.

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