Tuesday, Apr. 23, 2024


Nancy Jaffer

One of the United States’ most prominent competition horse owners, Jane Clark, is resigning as president and CEO of the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation after

The Hunterdon County, N.J., prosecutor's office has dismissed animal cruelty charges against dressage trainer Cesar Parra in connection with a matter dating back to 2009.


Pan American Games dressage team gold medalist Cesar Parra is scheduled to appear in municipal court in New Jersey on April 5 to answer two

He and his fellow finalists raise the equitation bar.

Matt Metell, the runner-up in the 2008 Platinum Performance/U.S. Equestrian Federation Talent Search Finals—East, was

Michael Pollard’s Icarus, the winner of May's Jersey Fresh CCI*** (N.J.), has tested positive for traces of an anabolic steroid that the rider said was

College brought the California rider East, where she topped the demanding equitation final in New Jersey.

He chalks up his third grand prix win in as many weeks aboard Ultimo Van Ter Moude.

Todd Minikus knew he didn’t have to
A lot has changed since this veteran equestrian journalist attended her first AHSA Convention 28 years ago.

Unless you’re on your honeymoon, it’s never
After the battle for the Wellington show grounds concluded, it’s full speed ahead to improve U.S. equestrian sports.

Mark Bellissimo’s dream of a new
The two grand prix classes that comprise the Rolex/U.S. Equestrian Federation National Show Jumping Championship are just about

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