Sunday, May. 19, 2024

2022 Sport Horse Breeding Issue

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In this issue:

• The Chronicle’s 2022 Holiday Pets Gallery
• The Life And Legacy Of Chacco-Blue
Is he the greatest show jumping stallion of all time? We look at the Mecklenburg’s influence on international sport. (read more)
• From Fescue Fear To Fescue Understanding
The University of Kentucky’s pasture evaluation program helps farms decrease cases of toxicity in broodmares through testing and management techniques.(read more)
• Emil Spadone Is Chasing His Dream
Through his Redfield Farm breeding operation, he’s aiming to produce top hunters. (read more)
• Truett’s Dreams Come True At U.S. Dressage Finals
The professional rides reformed wild child Absolute Dream to a national championship win. (read more)
• U.S. Dressage Finals Photo Gallery
• Ariel Grald Brings Grit And Focus To A Fast-Moving Career
She’s rocketed to the top of the sport, thanks to fantastic partnerships with her horse and owner.(read more)
• Carmango Reaches Unexpected Heights At Tryon
After an inauspicious beginning to his eventing career, the gelding wins the CCI4*-L national championship.(read more)
• Golinowski Puts In The Time For EAP Win
From his barn rat days to his budding young horse training, he takes every opportunity en route to the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund/USHJA Emerging Athletes Program National Training Session title.(read more)
* Commentary, In The Country, Victory Lap, Gone Away, Art Gallery, Marketplace, Finish Line and much, much more.
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The Chronicle of the Horse

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