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In 1937, two Virginia foxhunters teamed up to form the
Molly Rosin’s life has always been defined by the immaterial. Ribbons and medals may be the tangible goals for the talented advanced-level rider from California,
Molly Rosin didn’t have any advanced experience when she found her diamond in the rough, Havarah’s Charly. But she did draw on a partnership with
Sydney Shulman could feel the palpable tension in the air as she entered the indoor arena to jump off for the U.S. Equestrian Federation National
A violent thunderstorm roared through Lexington, Va., during the U.S. Pony Clubs Championships East at the Virginia Horse Center, July 23-26. Nearby lightning strikes and
Sandy Gregory’s champion first year green hunter also carries her to an amateur-owner tricolor in South Carolina.
Receiving two tricolors at the Charleston Summer
The USEF Pony Finals National Championships is considered the Mecca for ponies, and the competition is a popular goal for many riders throughout the country.
Buck Davidson secures top placings with all three of his mounts in the open intermediate divisions.
Veteran handler Kenny Wheeler must have been feeling a sense of déjà vu as he stood under the Oaks at the Upperville Colt & Horse
Tracy Magness and Tarco Van Ter Moude jump to the biggest win of their careers in the Budweiser/Upperville Jumper Classic.
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