Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Local Talent Going to 2010 World Equestrian Games ... Black Willow Morgans Personally Invited to Perform

    The most thrilling of all horse sport is coming to the United States for the first time. The World Equestrian Games, an event that is an Equine Olympics, is being held this September in Kentucky. It will be a buzz of the elite and the top horse enthusiasts from all over the world.
    This event would not be complete without the Morgan horse, America's first breed, to be at the first American hosting of the World Equestrian Games. The American Morgan Horse Association will be there with every day demonstrations in celebration of the Morgan breed. A team of some of the top Morgan breeders and trainers have been invited to showcase America's first breed in front of the world this September 25th through October 10th in Kentucky.
    Among this stellar group of people is local horse trainer and breeder Jeff Wilson. Wilson, who was personally invited to be a part of showcasing the Morgan breed, will be taking his two Morgan stallions to do Baroque, which is a form of dressage and artistic style that has been a passion of the Spanish Riding School in Austria.
    This is sure to be an amazing event with stunning performances, and the Morgan breed will be spotlighted on the stage of the world. On the road ahead there will be a lot of training and excitement at Black willow Morgans, and they plan to have updates and videos concerning the World Equestrian Games on their blog.
    Be sure to stay in touch with what Jeff's doing at blackwillowmorgans.com and blackwillowblog.blogspot.com, as this is the chance of a lifetime for one of our own local talent. This is history in the making.

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