Friday, Mar. 1, 2024

2021 Legends & Traditions Issue

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Feb 8 CoverAs a loyal fan and reader of the Chronicle’s online content, you’re getting FREE access to our annual 2021 Legends & Traditions Issue.

In this issue:

• Sonny Brooks Broke Records And Barriers

He pursued the opportunities afforded by his uncommon talents while battling the overt racism of mid-century America. (read more)

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• Who Were The Greatest Horsemen Of The Past?
Four experts recall the individuals who impacted them and the sport, and whose names and contributions should never be lost.(read more)
• Michael Matz: Do Riders Need To Be Horsemen?
The Olympic show jumper and Kentucky Derby winner considers the importance of learning horse care and equestrian sports history.(read more)
• Understanding The Founding Father Of American Riding
James C. Wofford talks about Warren Matha’s “General Chamberlin: America’s Equestrian Genius,” which documents how the general synthesized two opposing schools of thought and altered the course of horse sport in the USA.(read more)
 
• My How The Hunters Have Changed
Patty Heuckeroth considers how we’ve asked more and more of our hunters, ending up in a place we didn’t intend to go.(read more)

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