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“He programs himself,” Nassar said of his longtime partner. “He knows when the big day is. He senses the atmosphere.”


FOR MORE THAN 25 YEARS,


Atwater equestrians, “land- locked” by the Los Angeles River, had been asking for a bridge to access the trails in Griffith Park. In 2012, when Atwater home


owners finally were promised a new equestrian/bike bridge, it seemed like the long-awaited structure was within reach. But even with a philanthropic boost from Morton LaKretz, who had set up a fund of $5 million to build it, there were many set- backs to construction over the years and it remained in limbo as the delays—and the price of the bridge—kept growing. This year, L.A. Councilman


Mitch O’Farrell came up with a cost-effective, pre-fabricated bridge concept—maybe not as elegant as the previous designs, but still approved by the eques- trian community as functional and safe for horses. A separate, parallel pre-fab bridge would go


After a magnificent commemorative ride before an adoring Del Mar crowd April 28,


Steffen Peters and Legolas 92 share a moment in the dressage legend’s retirement ceremony at the Del Mar National Horse Show.


Equestfest 29th Annual


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2018


12PM Live Show • Doors Open at 10AM On-site Ticket Sales Begin at 9:30AM Vendor Court and Activities 10AM-3PM


PURCHASE TICKETS IN ADVANCE AT SHARPSEATING.COM VIP Reserved Seating Package $40 General Admission $15 • Free for children 5 and under Parking $10


LOS ANGELES EQUESTRIAN CENTER 480 West Riverside Drive • Burbank, California Rain or Shine Program Subject to Change


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