Sunday, Apr. 14, 2024

This Week’s Issue



March 25-April 15, 2024

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‘Night Should Be Dark’

A new USEF rule promotes sleep-friendly stabling. We looked at why that’s necessary.

Between Rounds With Jude R. Florio: The Greatest Farrier In The World 

“A farrier only needs to do three things to truly be the greatest (keeping in mind the disclaimer that your horse needs to allow us to do these things),” says farrier Jude Florio. In his column, he shares what these three things are.

Free Rein With: Jackie Potts

Long before she became arguably eventing’s best-known and most-loved groom, Jackie Potts was a horse-mad young girl from a totally unhorsey—and not at all wealthy—family, whose hunger for knowledge set her on an enviable career pathway.

Too Hot To Handle

Exertional heat illness can cause a cascading series of problems for your horse, and quick diagnosis is crucial.



Luciana Lossio Flies High At WEF 9
The amateur rider from Brazil balances her career as an attorney with competing at the highest levels.

10 Days In The Life Of McQueen

The $100,000 USHJA WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular winner flies east to sweep the class with Nick Haness aboard.

Count Me In Scores A Double Win At Desert Circuit IX


Conor Swail rides him to first in the grand prix and an FEI speed class.

Desert Circuit IX Photo Gallery



Christine Traurig On Frequent Flier Miles, Olympic Fever And Horse Welfare

We sat down with the newly appointed U.S. Paris Olympic Games chef d’equipe and dressage development coach to discuss her plans.

After An Accident Nearly Stole Her Career, Angela Jackson Reclaims Riding

After suffering a potentially career-ending accident last February, she found ways to focus on the positive during her recovery and went on to achieve a winning season aboard Ella Fruchterman’s Holts Le’Mans.


The Forum With Denis Glaccum: Organizers Face Growing Challenges As Eventing Evolves

“In my opinion, the relationship between event organizers who carry the financial risk of hosting a competition and the U.S. Equestrian Federation is imbalanced and one-sided,” says Glaccum.




Spring 2024 Untacked

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On The Cover: Looking Back At The Last Paris Olympics

Exactly 100 years ago the Games took over the City of Light.



Riding Across The Vast Steppe

Foxhunter Reid Albano becomes the first amputee to compete in—and finish—the Mongol Derby.


The Clothes Horse: Spring Fashion

This season, step out in these latest items from your favorite retailers.


Larissa Ann Ray’s Favorite Subject Has Always Been The Horse

While the North Carolina-based artist is becoming increasingly known for her unique and expressive equine-inspired paintings, she calls her younger self an “unlikely equestrian.”


The Sport Horse In War

One Washington trainer is making it her mission to import warmbloods out of Ukraine’s danger zones.


A Closer Look At: Stable Recovery

This nonprofit organization is helping men through recovery with community support and job skills in the horse industry.


Plus: Around The Arena, In The Frame, 5 Questions With and Parting Ways! There’s even more inside the Spring Issue of Untacked, at the intersection of equestrian life and style.




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