Sunday, Mar. 3, 2024

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With Linda Allen

Like the rest of our equestrian sports, jumping has enjoyed steady growth over the last decade or so. Still, I believe we\'re handicapping our future
In many sports, "Keep your eye on the ball!" is absolutely critical advice. But in horse sports, sometimes the problem is deciding which "ball" to

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This is a special year for someone who enjoys good show jumping as much as I do. In June I was lucky to get to
While in Mexico recently, a group of us got into a discussion of just what distinguishes "the best from the rest" in show jumping or
"Change is not about abandoning the past, it's about repositioning it." I came across this quote some months ago. The sense of it keeps coming
Like the rest of our equestrian sports, jumping has enjoyed steady growth over the last decade or so. Still, I believe we\'re handicapping our future
A few months ago Andrew Ellis, a very experienced competition organizer, jumper judge, and a course designer for lower level classes, contacted me because he

One of the most enjoyable aspects of horse shows for me lately is the opportunity I get to visit with individuals who are participating with

When our ancestors ventured over the seas or across mountains and plains to settle this country, they didn't have life, health or disability insurance.Risk was

The "horse bug" is tenacious. It afflicts all sorts of people; it often runs in families, but sometimes it just appears out of nowhere.
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