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Sara Lieser and Kat Netzler

Boyd Martin’s list of accomplishments is pretty impressive for any eventer, let alone one who just celebrated his 30th birthday. But a three-star win had

Hannah Burnett rode into the show jumping arena with a rail in hand, but she didn’t know that. Her focus was on attaining a clear,

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After the final ground jury inspection this morning, Oct. 18, a group of 36 horses will show jump in the CCI** division, and 37 in

Boyd Martin made the best of bad conditions today in Elkton, Md., Oct. 17, and bounded up the standings from 16th to first place with

Karen O’Connor prepared her horses for the Fair Hill CCI a bit differently than usual this year. She didn’t ride them.

But this tactic

Kim Keeton feels a bit more responsibility towards her mount Accolade than your average rider. She was literally there from the moment of his conception.

One rail separated the top six in the Fair Hill CCI***, but Amy Tryon never imagined her clean round in the sixth spot would catapult

The standings went topsy-turvy after three hours of Fair Hill CCI*** cross-country, but at the end of the day, Corinne Ashton moved up from fifth

Great Britain’s Leslie Law has come away with the top ribbon in five of his last six starts with Fleeceworks Mystere du Val, so it

U.S. Equestrian Federation President David O’Connor stated that preliminary findings indicated that Tigger Too had ruptured his aorta in two places, and that his fall

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