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Brad Johnson

No matter what persuasion of equestrian sport we pursue, our experiences are enhanced when we have unhindered access to the countryside, be it verdant pasture,
Upstart yearling colt Winston, of Diana Dodge's Nokomis Farm, captured the Dave Kelley Perpetual Trophy awarded to the best young horse at the Sallie B.<br

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Upstart yearling colt Winston, of Diana Dodge's Nokomis Farm, captured the Dave Kelley Perpetual Trophy awarded to the best young horse at the Sallie B.
Driving has coursed through Audrey Bostwick's veins for more then a half century. As a former competitor who continues to instruct and judge, Bostwick's one-time
A Tasmanian transplant who now calls Canada home, Ontario-based pony breeder Prue Richardson is not one to let the grass grow beneath her feet.
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Joann Williams could have been described as her own worst enemy at the GreatAmerican/USDF Region 4 Championships held in Lake St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8-10.
Not everyone at Plain Dealing Farm had a lot of faith in Addis Abba when the 7-year-old Hanoverian arrived in Scotts-ville, Va., in 2002. But

Laura Chapot, aboard her aptly-named gray mare Sprite, sprung to victory in the $40,000 Howard Community College Columbia Classic Benefit Grand Prix on Sept. 11,

Lucia Strini scored her first three-day event victory at the Morven Park CCI* in Leesburg, Va., on Oct. 3. She rode Addis Abba, a 7-year-old

The Coast Line Vaulters of Santa Cruz, Calif., captured a team bronze medal for the United States at the Vaulting World Championships, Aug. 4-8 in

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