Sunday, Apr. 14, 2024


Erin Gilmore


Haley Schwab has spent two years forging her way as a professional in the horse world in England and California, and while winning her first

Paris, France—March 14-16   

It’s not unusual for crowds to gather when Marcus Ehning brings his horse out for a school. On Saturday afternoon under the

When Cian O’Connor sold Blue Lloyd, his ride for individual bronze at the 2012 London Olympic Games, he thought he’d bid goodbye to looking between

Jessica Newman and JustWorld International leverage the power of horses for a greater good.

“It’s not just about the blue coats and the logo. It’s

The first over-fences sessions focused on gymnastics, the automatic release, and precision. “It’s much easier to do things sloppy than to do things correct,” George Morris
A day of flatwork starts the action, with an emphasis on connection and impulsion. “There are three contacts, and the horse has to accept that.

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