Todd Minikus and Quality Girl won the $50,000 CSI2* Live Oak International on Saturday, March 23, at the CSI2* Live Oak International in Ocala, FL. Photo by Mark Astrom Chester C. Weber and Juliet W.... Read More
Todd Minikus guided Edulcee d’Hulst to victory in the $5,000 1.30m Waldron Wealth Management Power & Speed competition held March 22 at the CSI2* Live Oak International in Ocala, FL. Photo by Mark Astrom A... Read More
Show Jumping and Driving Coverage on USEF Network 2004 Olympic Champion Rodrigo Pessoa of Brazil competing in the inaugural Live Oak International show jumping tournament. Photo by www.PicsOfYou.com Two-time World Driving Championship silver medalist Chester... Read More
Ocala, Florida – Due to recent concerns over the spread of EHV-1 in Florida, the Live Oak International organizing committee is enacting biosecurity measures to ensure the safety of all horses participating in the event,... Read More
2004 Olympic Champion Rodrigo Pessoa of Brazil competed in the inaugural CSI2* Live Oak International, recognized as a top three ‘Specialty Event’ by the North American Riders Group. Photo by www.PicsOfYou.com Wellington, Florida – In... Read More
The Dello Joio family graciously hosted the Live Oak International launch party. From left to right: Norman, Jeanie, Daniela and Nick Dello Joio. Photo by Public Reputation The Live Oak International organizing committee. From left... Read More
Ocala, Florida – Live Oak International, the only equestrian event in North America to feature both world-class driving and show jumping, returns to Ocala, FL, from March 20 to 24, 2013.For more than 20 years, Live Oak International has been known for its international driving competition. This year, it will offer the highest amount of prize money of any driving event in North America.While driving has a long history at the Live Oak International, each year improvements are made for the benefit of competitors and spectators alike. Held in three phases, beginning with Dressage on Thursday and Friday morning, Saturday’s Driving Marathon phase is especially thrilling as carriages negotiate complex obstacles, each individually sponsored. Last year, over 5,000 spectators enjoyed Saturday’s Driving Marathon competition, followed by the $50,000 CSI2* Grand Prix for show jumping.
Talented Horses and Riders Prove Themselves at Holiday & Horses Show FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wellington, FL – December 13, 2012 – G&C Farm is pleased to announce that they have added two more events to their... Read More