Tuesday, Mar. 5, 2024

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Blogger Marina Royston

There are certain breed, gender, even color stereotypes in the equestrian world regarding our equine counterparts. Thoroughbreds have never-ending energy, ponies do what they want,

If you were to combine hunter/jumpers and novice eventing, you would have French lower level eventing. I competed at my first French event recently and

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When I was about 13 years old, I decided to take the stirrups off my dressage saddle for two months. I became really good at

Now that I’ve been in France for over a month, I feel a bit more confident in saying I know how the barn

Ever since I can remember, I’ve chosen the challenge. When someone said, “This book is too advanced for you,” I was going to read it.

The Chronicle’s newest blogger, eventer Marina Royston, is about to set off to France, where she’ll work for French eventers Lindsay and Xavier Traisnel. And

The Chronicle’s newest blogger, Marina Royston, is about to set off to France, where she’ll work for French eventers Lindsay and Xavier Traisnel.