Tuesday, Jul. 23, 2024


Beth Johnson

Competition veterans may require more attention, but it’s well worth the effort for those owners and riders who cherish a long-lasting partnership or a schoolmaster.<br
Kenny Wheeler’s best young horse at Devon (Pa.) returns to the ring for more accolades.

There seems to be no end to Capital Hill


This young equestrian reigned over her competitors for three days to capture another title.

The pressure was doubled for Rebecca Hart at the USEF

The University of Kentucky leaves their mark as they claim their first national victory.

They may not have a school banner, but the University
Rookie professional Angel Karolyi scores his first grand prix win with the renowned Galant.

Though riding a well-seasoned and well-known horse, Angel Karolyi didn’t
This young rider has his sights set high for the future.

As impressive as it may have seemed, when Michael Hughes qualified for the
Coach Andrew Lustig and the Savannah College of Art and Design Bees win an impressive fourth title in five years.

In one of
This California-based amateur looks forward to the future with her longtime partner.

Beginning the year with a second-placed finish at the February Galway Downs

This year Sandy Ferrell had a lighter-than-average show schedule at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Fla., but fewer weeks in the ring didn’t prevent

Laura Kraut isn’t planning on a retirement fund for Anthem just yet, although she’ll now have something more to contribute after winning the largest-paying class

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