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John Madden

Our columnist believes the medals the U.S. team earned in Mexico had a lot to do with a new feeling of unity.

My wife Beezie

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Our columnist explains how he goes about the process of picking out the next international show jumping champion.

Selecting a young horse as a prospective international

John Madden describes what each rider had to think about before getting a leg up onto the others’ horses.

The author believes that success in these competitions is integral to the entire U.S. horse industry.

At the time of

Our columnist hopes to help improve, rank and rate competitions from grassroots to international.

In 2008, I was asked by the Fédération Equestre Internationale

Our columnist sees the Winter Equestrian Festival, in particular, as the future springboard to top international championships.

Wow! I just finished watching the first

Our columnist spent a week with George Morris helping to educate young riders and sees the future top tier strengthening.

I was honored to spend a

Our columnist asks Dr. Tim Ober to provide more background about what this contentious change could mean for our horses.

It seems to me that our

Our columnist believes successful national riders could find the path to international acclaim more attainable with mentorship.

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