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Marcus Fairfax Fountaine  Norfolk, UK  Co-founder of Fairfax & Favor  How did you become part of the horse world? I have had horses at home my whole life. My mother started off my love, as she has been riding her whole life. I have been riding since I was 10 and loved going to Pony

Adrienne Morella West Chester, Pennsylvania Professional Model and Photographer How long have you been part of the horse world? I’m a lifelong equestrian and have been riding since before I could walk. I have photos of me on my mother’s horse, Rasheyda, at Devon when I was probably 3 years old. My first pony was

By Britney Grover Dedicating her life to horses may have disappointed her mother, but Linda Andrisani hasn’t regretted it for a moment. “Before my last Junior year, I went to work for Jack Stedding—and stayed, to my mother’s dismay,” Linda said. “My father just said, ‘Whatever you do, make sure you get up in the

By Kimberly Gatto Portraits by Jeni Brunner From Nashville to Hollywood, Brandi Cyrus is a familiar face in the entertainment world. The daughter of singer Billy Ray Cyrus and sister to Miley, Brandi is a talented musician, a highly sought-after DJ and co-host of two popular weekly podcasts. In addition, Brandi is a successful actress

By Laura Scaletti Portraits by Melissa Fuller Heather Bender could fill a novel or two with the experiences she’s had both in and out of the saddle. Barrel racer, trick rider, jumper, Grand Prix dressage rider, scuba diver and tortoise rescuer are just a few of the roles she’s had over the years. Based out

By Sarah Eakin Portraits by Alex Banks Eventer Alyssa Phillips started her equestrian career wearing a sparkly outfit and riding a Western horse named Chief. When she was 6, her family moved from the Texas countryside to Fort Worth, where Alyssa began riding at an English riding center, leaving her Western outfits behind. “I remember

By Jan Westmark Bauer Portraits by Melissa Fuller Ansley Wright lives in sunny South Florida and is looking forward to her collegiate adventure, which will take her to another sunny state—it just happens to be 3,000 miles away. Ansley is headed to University of California, Davis in the fall as an incoming freshman, and said

Leah Kaufmann Edgewood, Washington  Dapplebay How did you become part of the horse world?  I’ve been obsessed with horses for as long as I can remember! I have been drawing them since I could hold a pencil and sketching out my dream horse property since the age of 6. I now live on a dream-come-true

By Jennifer Cooke Portraits by Melissa Fuller Nikki Scarpino has a knack for working with difficult horses. Somehow, the challenging, quirky, oddball horses seem to find their way to her. Nikki’s approach to these horses is both sympathetic and pragmatic, and she solves behavioral problems by working through physical weaknesses first. As a U25 dressage

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