Sunday, Apr. 21, 2024

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Megan Brincks

At the turn of the century, the horse show world, like much of the rest of the world, looked forward to a new age filled

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Somewhere in most amateurs’ minds is a dream to hit the big time and compete at some of the biggest shows in the country, but

Avery Klunick survived a hairy moment in the advanced show jumping at the AEC.

Pitchfork scratchingDefending champion of the Adequan Advanced Gold Cup Series Final, Lainey Ashker has her own big

Shayna Silcox and her little chestnut mare, Ferrari, finished firmly outside the top 10 in the senior novice amateur division at The Spring Event at

Off-the-track Thoroughbreds have gained notoriety over the years as brave eventers, consistent hunters and speedy jumpers. But rarely does an OTTB make it to the

Many horsemen can spout a million cautionary tales about making sure to look a gift horse in the mouth. But when Katherine Wiedmann took on

Horses of all shapes and sizes can make excellent eventing horses, but sometimes, a horse of another color shines in the field of bays, chestnuts,

Elisa Wallace, an advanced eventer from Jasper, Ga., made big news last year when she won the 2012 South Carolina Extreme Mustang Makeover

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