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December 31, 2015

Images Of A Year: 2015

As Chronicle staffers covering competitions around the world, we take thousands of photos each year. Some of our favorite pictures are ones you might expectriders winning major championships or smiling on a podiumbut others make the list because they demonstrate a particularly strong bond between horse and rider.

December 31, 2015

Images Of A Year: 2015

As Chronicle staffers covering competitions around the world, we take thousands of photos each year. Some of our favorite pictures are ones you might expectriders winning major championships or smiling on a podiumbut others make the list because they demonstrate a particularly strong bond between horse and rider.

December 30, 2015

No Hands, Great Thoroughbreds And So Much George: Our Best Of Throwback Thursday In 2015

The Chronicle has been in print for more than 75 years, and we love bringing the history of the sport to light. In Throwback Thursday posts, we get the memories behind a great photo or video.

These are the top 10 most-read Throwback Thursday posts of 2015, with three entries penned by George H. Morris, some spectacular horses from the past, and nostalgia to spare...

December 30, 2015

No Hands, Great Thoroughbreds And So Much George: Our Best Of Throwback Thursday In 2015

The Chronicle has been in print for more than 75 years, and we love bringing the history of the sport to light. In Throwback Thursday posts, we get the memories behind a great photo or video.

These are the top 10 most-read Throwback Thursday posts of 2015, with three entries penned by George H. Morris, some spectacular horses from the past, and nostalgia to spare...

December 30, 2015

Honoring A Legacy, Meeting A Legend And A Pocket Full Of Dirt: The Chronicle Staff's 2015 Memorable Moments

With a horse show happening every weekend, and sometimes multiple major events taking place in locations around the country on the same day, the Chronicle reporters spend countless weekends on the road.

But regardless of how many horses we see winning championships and cantering down centerline, a few special moments always leave a lasting impression long after the story is written and the results are old news. As we head into the new year, here are a few of our favorite moments from 2015...

December 30, 2015

Honoring A Legacy, Meeting A Legend And A Pocket Full Of Dirt: The Chronicle Staff's 2015 Memorable Moments

With a horse show happening every weekend, and sometimes multiple major events taking place in locations around the country on the same day, the Chronicle reporters spend countless weekends on the road.

But regardless of how many horses we see winning championships and cantering down centerline, a few special moments always leave a lasting impression long after the story is written and the results are old news. As we head into the new year, here are a few of our favorite moments from 2015...

December 27, 2015

Our Best Of 2015

As 2016 looms on the horizon, we took a look back at the most popular stories on www.coth.com in 2015. From funny looks at our quirks as horsepeople to unusual equipment choices and equipment malfunctions to breaking news, we published it all and thousands of you read and shared the stories...

October 29, 2015

If It Bleeds, It Leads. Or Does It?

There’s a saying in the newspaper business that “if it bleeds, it leads,” meaning that if a story has a gruesome or violent subject, it will attract readers. It’s a sad reality of life that the adage rings true. 

October 29, 2015

If It Bleeds, It Leads. Or Does It?

There’s a saying in the newspaper business that “if it bleeds, it leads,” meaning that if a story has a gruesome or violent subject, it will attract readers. It’s a sad reality of life that the adage rings true. 

September 8, 2015

Of Sunshine, False Fairytales And Calming

They say sunlight’s the best disinfectant, and the hunter/jumper world got hit by a big old ray of light last week.