The Cleveland Bay in Publication
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Cleveland Bay Ambassador Award Program Procedure
1. Recipients need not be CBHSNA members to receive an Ambassador Award
2. Unregistered horses are eligible to win a Cleveland Bay Ambassador Award one time unless that horse changes owners (we can help & steer towards registration and foster good sportsmanship).
Considering the amount of 'ink' devoted to grading register discussion and the calls for a breed conference in the world of Cleveland Bays, I was pleased to find this recent article taken from The Thoroughbred Pedigree, Genetics and Performance Conference co-sponsored by The Blood-Horse in Lexington, Kentucky.
|King’s Ransom and
Texas-based Gabrielle Gordon’s recent visit to California on family business led to an unprecedented impromptu gathering of several California Cleveland Bay owners. Penny Wong of Lafayette, California, Michaelann Dimitrijevich of Atascadero, California, and Jean Schanberger of Burbank, California, drove from all corners of the state, converging in Coalinga, California, a small Central Valley town, to meet each other and talk horses.
|Photo Courtesy of Images by KC|
From the Equine Journal - May 2009
Cleveland Bays have long been favored mounts in the hunt field, first in their native United Kingdom, and later in North America. Paradoxically, it took until the 2008-2009 season for these horses to be able to earn "official" recognition as Field Huntersin a new program offered by the Cleveland Bay Horse Society of North America (CBHSNA).
Written by Elizabeth Sayre Jenkinson
Disclaimer: The following article was researched and written by a member of the CBHSNA. The article has not been edited by the CBHSNA and its contents and facts not been verified with the CBHSNA but are the direct result of research and information gathered by the author.
In offering this article to the CBHSNA website, I wish to comment on my ancestral connection to the Cleveland Bay breed which overwhelmingly influenced my purchase of IdleHour Forio.
From the Equine Journal - December 2009I had entered one of my driving horses in the Sunrise Ridge HDT for the March 28th event that takes place on the property of Kate Morgan in Paradise Texas. However, 10 days prior to this the horse I was supposed to take had an issue so my instructor said” why not take Milano.” To which I responded, “he’s still young at heart, if you are going and would be my navigator I will do the best I can,” Yes, I will do that for you, said Tom O’Carroll.
From the Equine Journal - November 2009
I have often asked myself "why is the Cleveland Bay horse one of the rarest horses in the world with the dubious honor of being on the American Livestock Breed Conservancy's "Critical" list?"
From the Equine Journal - October 2009
This is an unedited version of the EJ article which was edited due to space allowed
In July, I was fortunate to join a large group from my barn on a camping trip to Acadia National Park in Maine. For those unfamiliar with the park, there are forty-five miles of rustic carriage roads.
|Fillies (from left) Abigail, a Cleveland Bay-Thoroughbred, and Constance, a purebred Cleveland Bay, romp at Epiphany Bay Farm.
ROBERT A. MARTIN/THE FREE LANCE
A Stafford County couple works to increase numbers of critically endangered purebred Cleveland Bay horses
By Laura Moyer Date published: 8/17/2009
Reprinted with permission from the Fredericksburg Free Lance Star
In the cool of an August evening, three rambunctious fillies romp around a fenced pasture at Epiphany Bay Farm in Hartwood in Stafford County, their mothers watching nearby.