Behind The Stall Door With The U.S. Olympic Horses
Want to get to know some of the horses in Rio de Janeiro for the U.S. Olympic teams? Over the last year we've gone Behind The Stall Door with many of them...
This off-the-track Thoroughbred is headed for Olympic glory—find out what makes him tick, Did you know he gives neck massages? Boyd Martin's ride also has a major hunger for treats.
Clark Montgomery’s four-star partner and partner for the U.S. eventing team at the Rio Olympic Games, Loughan Glen has the “look of eagles,” with a bright, unusually amber-colored eye and a classic build—the perfect modern event horse. Find out all about his quirks and what he's really like back in the barn.
He may be Mr. Consistency in the ring, but behind the scenes Legolas, the anchor of the U.S. dressage team, needs some TLC from time to time.
Show jumping's veteran star has the Best Horse title from the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games on his resume, but do you know what he's like to work with day to day?
Lucy Davis has ridden this talented horse to the biggest accomplishments of her career, but he's got a few quirks to cater to.
Lauren Kieffer's Olympic eventing mount is far from cuddly, and she's got a very unusual toy that accompanies her everywhere.
"Froggy" is a personality all his own and, as we found out, a bit of a dancer.
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