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Megan Thomas

Drew Taylor has come a long way since getting run away with in the walk-trot class at the Upperville Colt & Horse Show (Va.) as

Robert J. Burke's decision to give By Appointment Only last year off to mature paid dividends at this year's Upperville Colt & Horse Show, Upperville,

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Donna Struve's extra effort to import Polo mints from Ireland for her horse Flaglar-who appreciates the treats over anything else-paid off at the Showplace II

Whenever the winning teams were announced at the U.S. Pony Club National Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, July 19-23, odds were favorable

The first time Lauren Hester had to leap a water jump she got a little wet, and it wasn't because it was raining. As a

Clean, functional washrooms. That's all it takes to make competitors happy sometimes, said Alice Knox, an entrepreneur who is combining her passion for horse shows

Kristin Bachman decided to try a new morning routine with her horse Gryffindor at the Event at Rebecca Farm, July 23-25, Kalispell, Mont., and she

Caitlyn Shiels of USA Zone 2 made her first and last appearance at the Maui Jim North American Young Riders Championships count, taking home both

Caitlyn Sheils of Zone 2 made her first appearance at the North American Young Riders Championships a winning one, capturing both the individual and team

"This doesn't happen to people like me," said Kim Morani wistfully. "My passport isn't even stamped. I just got one last year!"

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