The Southern Arizona Arabian Horse Association presented an Arabian/Half Arabian charity horse show Friday through Sunday at the Pima County Fairgrounds, 11300 S. Houghton Road.
Old, faded black-and-white photographs of race cars and color maps of tracks from around the nation line Richard “Andy” Anderson’s office.
Rillito Park and Race Track could be detrimentally impacted by two of the proposed projects among the options being considered for inclusion in a county bond election targeted for 2014.
A few misconceptions that have come about since the announcement of a new racetrack at the Pima County Fairgrounds, some of which were reiterated in a recent guest opinion.
The world of Formula One racing could be coming to Tucson.
The Pima County fairgrounds and surrounding Southeast Regional Park will not be included in the proposed incorporation of Vail.
The Pima County Fairgrounds is getting a restaurant this spring.
Briana Liening, riding Militia, behind, and Scott Scheyli, on Firestorm GM, sweep across the arena during the Mounted Native Costume section of the Arabian Charity Horse Show Sunday at the Pima County Fairgrounds. They won the segment. The fairgrounds is the venue for many equestrian events.…
It was a winning day. Ginger McMahan hangs up some of the ribbons awarded to Culbreth Equine Training & Management LLC at the show.
Gabby Greenberg, front, rides Magnosabi during judging in the Arabian Hunter Pleasure category. They competed against other riders. Greenberg and Magnosabi won in the category.
Early in the morning, Meghan Ryan exercises her horse, Caravagio, who won as champion stallion in the Sport Horse category.
Justine Spiers grooms Dazzle, an English Setter, before competition during the Coyote Classic Dog Shows. The event was presented Nov. 16-19 by the Tucson Kennel Club and the Greater Sierra Vista Kennel Club at the Pima County Fairgrounds, 11300 S. Houghton Road.
Cody Koch gets some love from Dazzle.
Lucene's Austin Healey, a standard smooth Dachshund, won a first-place award at the show. The four-day affair featured food booths, vendors and giveaways.
From left: Mark Stephenson showing Runrise-XO Bootcut Jeans; Phil Benway showing Benway's Mr. Shamrock; and Sharron Harlow showing Jazzi Mr. Eric.
Owner and handler Hayley Jenkins holds Ruby, a Boston Terrier, as they wait for their turn in the arena to show their stuff.
Sommer Anthony, of Tucson, and her horse All About Me, a 6-year-old Warm Blood, participate in the Training Hunter low section during the 2011 HITS Arizona Winter Circuit. Anthony came in second.
Gretchen Lof, of Phoenix, rides Relishing, a 4-year-old Thoroughbred/Warm Blood cross in the Training Hunter low section during the 2011 HITS Arizona Winter Circuit at the Pima County Fairgrounds. Lof came in third.