Sunday, Apr. 14, 2024


Pam Whitfield

Just four years ago, FEI-level trainer Jennifer Hewitt relocated to Minnesota, leaving behind a successful horse career in Pennsylvania to return to her roots. She
I have a student named Katie. At age 13, she is late starting her riding career, compared to my other students, but now that she


heresa Kiedinger of Virginia Intermont College scored 70.76 percent in training level, test 4, to win the high-point rider award at the fifth annual Intercollegiate
Savannah College of Art and Design (Ga.) managed not one, but two hat tricks at the American National Riding Commission's 29th annual National Intercollegiate Equitation

Such names as Dark Sky and Easier Said may be familiar to show hunter followers because they're regularly seen collecting blue ribbons at the highest-level

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