March 2016

This week in Horse History – Secretariat

Written by Juliette Beauchamp

Last June, American Pharoah galloped into the history books when he won the Belmont Stakes and racing’s prestigious Triple Crown, a feat not equaled since 1978. While horse enthusiasts around the world rejoiced over the bay colt’s success, Virginian’s will always have a special love for American Pharoah’s great-great-great-grandsire, himself a Triple Crown winner.

Secretariat, bred and raised in Virginia, is one of racing’s most beloved figures. He was born at the Meadow […]

BCHA Annual Tack ‘n’ Trade on March 26

Clean out your barn and make some cash by selling your used tack and apparel. Sell or market your equine service including training, lessons, stabling, breeding, equine sales, etc. Or perhaps sell items you make yourself that would appeal to the equine enthusiast like jewelry, apparel and more. The cost is $10 a table. Register by March 19.
The sale is free and open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information contact: JoAnn Dester […]

Our March/April Issue is online & will hit the streets this week!

Click on the links below to go to our online digital edition and read the latest issue – our March/April Trail Riding Issue. It is free to read online, just fill out the quick form with your email address to access.
Inside this issue…
page 6 – WHAT’S NEWS
page 8 -HOW TO PREPARE FOR TRAIL COMPETITION
page 12 – MAKAYLA BENJAMIN JUMPS TO VICTORY ON THE WORLD STAGE
page 16 – AN INTERVIEW WITH TOM SEAY
page 22 – THE IMPORTANCE […]