2022 Show Jumping Issue

Mar 28, 2022 - 8:30 AM

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In this issue:

Behind Barn Doors: Millar Brooke Farm
After Ian Millar returned from his first of 10 Olympic Games back in 1972, he purchased a 500-acre farm in Perth, Ontario, about an hour from Ottawa. A few years later he sold 200 acres of marshland to conservationists and purchased two adjoining farms to complete what is now Millar Brooke Farm. (read more and view photos)
• Natalie Dean Traveled Up The Pipeline To Her Dreams
The 22-year-old is proving she belongs in a pinque coat.  (read more)
• From Gold Medals To Goodbyes: Memories Of Calypso
On the 40th anniversary of Calypso’s World Cup win, Melanie Smith Taylor and groom Sydnie Goodrich reflected on some of his greatest moments. (read more)
• Marina Azevedo Keeps Setting Goals And Courses
This Brazilian course designer has reached the highest level of a male-dominated field with talent and grit.(read more)
• The Forum: Picking The Right Course For A Young Jumper
Jason McArdle believes that building flexibility into young horse classes will help develop the next generation of top competitors.(read more)
• Free Rein With: Bertram Allen
Bertram Allen made his first senior appearance for Ireland in the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, finishing seventh individually at the age of 19. (read more)
• It’s All Ruyle In The $100,000 Galvin Agency Lone Star State Grand Prix
The amateur rider scored the biggest win of her career in Katy.(read more)
• Between Rounds With Sue Lyman: Finding Joy Through Balance As A Professional Trainer
Our columnist considers how to stay fresh and inspired in a career that can be all-consuming. (read more)
• Inside The Emotions Of A Jumper Rider Doing A Hunter Derby
On Feb. 4, grand prix competitor Mavis Spencer guided Gerardus to second place in the $10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby at Desert Circuit III. Though her heart still belongs to the jumpers, she’s writing about the experience and how it gave her appreciation for the discipline, the people around her and the horse.(read more)
• Between Rounds With Marnye Langer: The NIMBY Syndrome
Why care about a pony ride in Los Angeles? Our columnist explains how the debate around it could impact all equestrians.(read more)
• Cooper Makes The Leap To The Big Leagues At AGDF 7
With Hot Chocolate W, she earned two wins in Grand Prix CDI competition. (read more)
• Krebsbach’s Facebook Find Pays Off
This adult amateur rider is enjoying her FEI dressage journey with her Arabian cross.(read more)
* Commentary, Feedback, In The Country, Victory Lap, Marketplace, Art Gallery, Finish Line and much, much more.
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