Sunday, May. 26, 2024


Katie Allard

Whenever things are looking bleak, Jody Jaffe turns to horses. Whether she was using them as therapy to inspire recovery from her own head injury,

With a degree in equine management from Cazenovia College (N.Y.) in her hand, Amy DeVisser was on the hunt for a position at a show


It was a quiet affair, just a few people and a horse headed up to the ring to show during the Gulf Coast Sunshine Classic

Ariane Stiegler, president and founder of the Amateur Rider Association of America, wants to draw attention to the issues specific to amateur competitors and implement

Just four days after his repeat victory in the $75,000 Asheville Regional Airport Wellington Eventing Showcase (Fla.), four-star eventer Boyd Martin fractured his collarbone

Dressage trainer Courtney King Dye and her husband Jason Dye welcomed their second daughter into the world on Jan. 19.  

Bailey Grace Dye was

Two of the biggest steeplechase races in the United States and England have come together to offer a $500,000 bonus to any horse who can

Last year, Carly Williams won the Emerging Athletes Program Training Session, held at the University of Findlay (Ohio), on a difficult horse. This

Westerville, Ohio—Nov. 15

“First of all it’s an honor to be here and to ride with amazing riders,” said Danielle Roskens after claiming the 2015

Westerville, Ohio—Nov. 14

Day 2 of the Emerging Athletes Program National Training Session began at 8 a.m. sharp, with the riders ready to establish a

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