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42/ FEBRUARY 2021 THE RIDER


66th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show To Be Livestreamed Exclusively on Horse & Country


Lexington, KY – Horse & Country (H&C) will pro- vide exclusive coverage of the 66th annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show from February 11-21, 2021, on its streaming service, H&C+. With the event closed to the public due to COVID-19, viewers can purchase passes for the entire event or for in- dividual days of competi- tion.


Founded in 1955, the


Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show is one of the top events in the Arabian horse world, now showcasing more than 2,000 Arabian competitors. The event at- tracts the best owners, train- ers, and breeders from around the world and is a landmark on the Arabian calendar. The H&C+ livestream


will feature wall-to-wall coverage of the Josie Pakula Sotheby’s Equidome Arena, the Royal Arabians Wendell Arena, and the Reining Arena, and will also include select classes from the Dres- sage Arenas. With competi- tions ranging from halter and performance classes to sport horse and reining, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The full schedule of more than 200 classes can be seen here - https://app.horseandcoun- try.tv/series/live00006a- scottsdale-arabian-horse-sh


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Equestrian, LLC, earned a pair of sec- ond-place finishes: they scored 68.739% in a separate Grand Prix class on Jan. 29 held as a qualifier for the Grand Prix Freestyle, followed by a Freestyle score of 74.575% on Jan. 31. “I was very happy with Sebastien


at AGDF 3,” said Kellock. “It was our first time back in the international ring in 10 months, so we had a few rusty moments in the Grand Prix but overall many improvements from last season, especially in our passage, piaffe and pirouettes. I am very grateful to be able to keep competing through these diffi- cult times and excited for what’s to come with this talented horse.” In the CPEDI 3* Grade III com-


petition at AGDF 3, Canadian Para- lympian Lauren Barwick of Reddick, FL, dazzled with Lee Garrods’ San- drino (Spirit of Westfalia x Pavarotti). Barwick and the nine-year-old


Westphalian have never scored below 69% at an FEI competition since their partnership began in late 2019. To keep their streak alive, they scored 71.520% for second in the Team Test on Jan. 28, followed by a third-place score of 69.265% in Jan. 29’s Individual Cham- pionship. The next day, Barwick and Sandrino hit a personal best of 76.367% to take top honours in the Freestyle. The pair’s consistency in the ring has boosted Barwick to sixth place in the FEI Para-Dressage World Indi- vidual Ranking for Grade III. Equestrian Canada wishes to


thank Sport Canada for its support of athletes through the Athlete Assistance Program. For full results from the AGDF


CDI 4*/CPEDI 3*, click here - https://results.equestrian-hub.com/gdf. Visit the EC website for more informa- tion about dressage and para-dressage programs and services.


Canadian Paralympian Lauren Barwick and Sandrino continued to rake in the high scores in the CPEDI 3* competition at AGDF 3. Photo Credit: Susan J. Stickle


Canadian Lindsay Kellock, who resides in Wellington, FL, and Sebastien also earned top-three placings in the AGDF CDI 4*. Photo Credit: Susan J. Stickle


equestrian disciplines, as well as training and learning shows, documentaries, and entertainment. About Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show Since 1955 the annual


Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show has set the pace in the Arabian horse world. The first show was held at the grounds of the Arizona Bilt- more Hotel, which was a beautiful setting for a horse show. The Scottsdale Ara- bian Horse Show was a first-class show from the very first day. After the show's be-


ow-2021 . H&C is offering ex-


clusive pay-per-view access to the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show either though a Day Pass at $9.99, or a full Event Pass at just $49.99 for the entire show. In addition to the livestream, the Day Pass offers 90-day on-de- mand access to all classes


from that day, while Event Pass holders get 90-day ac- cess to the entire event.


Pass holders can


watch online at horseand- country.tv or with H&C’s mobile apps, as well as on Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and Amazon Fire. Full details on how to purchase


passes for the event can be found


here -


https://app.horseandcoun- try.tv/scottsdale-arabian- horse-show “We’re proud to be


working once again with the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show,” said David Qualls, H&C Director. “Our cover- age will ensure that,


notwithstanding the closed doors, this wonderful event reaches the widest possible audience in 2021.” About Horse & Country Horse & Country is


the leading international sports network for the pas- sionate and active eques- trian


community. Headquartered in London, it


is available globally via connected TVs, mobile and web, and on leading digital and pay-TV platforms in the US, UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Australia. Horse & Country’s pro- gramming line-up includes live coverage from leading sporting competitions in all


ginnings at the Arizona Bilt- more, Ann McCormick bought 150 acres in Scotts- dale, AZ, and made it into the horse facility known as Paradise Park, which served the needs of the show for many years. Since that time, the show has been held at WestWorld in Scottsdale. It has grown from 50 horses to nearly 2,400 horses and at- tracts top owners, trainers, and breeders from around the world. A win at Scotts- dale can mean big money in the breeding barns. The 2021 Scottsdale


Arabian Horse Show is proud to benefit these worthwhile charities: Heal- ing Hearts, Horses Help, March of Dimes, Scottsdale Community College, and Youth For Troops.


NATDA Seeks Nominations For New Dealer Advisory Board


St. Petersburg, Fla.– The North American Trailer Dealers Associa- tion (NATDA) is excited to an- nounce a call for nominations for its new Dealer Advisory Board. This Board will be involved in advising the association on dealer-related matters, concerns and support needs to improve upon benefits and offer- ings NATDA provides to its dealer members. NATDA is searching for Dealer


Members who are passionate about the industry and want to see it not only survive but grow within the years to come. Ideal candidates in- clude those that would bring their experience, knowledge and know- how to the table while advising on overall industry needs and concerns. The Board will consist of active dealer members throughout the United States and Canada.


Requirements of participation would include:


• One-year term of commitment Representing NATDA as ambassa- dors of the association’s values • Being available for consultation throughout the year (minimal time requirement) • Attend scheduled quarterly calls with NATDA staff • Attend the annual NATDA Trailer Show and certain events, including a meeting with NATDA staff, as scheduling permits • Maintain an active membership with the association throughout the Board term Participation will be recognized


throughout the year on the NATDA website and at the annual NATDA Trailer Show. NATDA will also pro- vide one free hotel night to all Board members during the NATDA Trailer Show. If you are interested in nom-


inating yourself or someone else, please fill out the form provided in the link below. The deadline for sub- missions is February 24, 2021. Nomination


Form:


https://bit.ly/3sVRoNH For any questions or concerns,


please call NATDA’s Director of Op- erations & Events, Andria Gibbon, CEM, at 727-360-0304 x102 or email andria@natda.org. To learn more about NATDA and its mission, please visit natda.org.


About NATDA NATDA (North American


Trailer Dealers Association) serves the light and medium-duty trailer in- dustry by connecting dealers, manu- facturers and suppliers together through a host of beneficial and ed- ucational platforms. From printed publications like its bi-monthly mag- azine and annual buyer’s guide to the annual NATDA Trailer Show, NATDA’s promotional outlets result in abundant networking opportuni- ties with high-quality, industry-spe- cific contacts.


About The Natda Trailer Show One of the most-sought-after


shows in the trailer industry, the NATDA Trailer Show, formerly the NATDA Trade Show & Convention, has become the one-stop-shop for light and medium-duty trailer indus- try professionals for over a decade. Trailer categories including ATV, boat, car hauler, cargo, concession, dump, enclosed, fifth wheel, flat bed, gooseneck, heavy equipment, heavy utility, horse, livestock, living quar- ter, motorsports, overland, race, RV/toy hauler, snowmobile, tilt, towable RV, truck bed and utility are all represented.


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