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  • Image Versus Reality: Eating Disorders in the Show World

    By Margie Sugarman There are many factors that impact how we see ourselves. Numerous studies look at and analyze the elements in our environment that impact self-perception. One element that stands out as consistently impacting teenage girls is socioeconomic status … [Read more] ...

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  • Image Versus Reality: Eating Disorders in the Show World

    By Margie Sugarman There are many factors that impact how we see ourselves. Numerous studies look at and analyze the elements in our environment that impact self-perception. One element that stands out as consistently impacting teenage girls is socioeconomic status … [Read more] ...

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STORY OF THE WEEK

By Margie Sugarman

There are many factors that impact how we see ourselves. Numerous studies look at and analyze the elements in our environment that impact self-perception. One element that stands out as consistently impacting teenage girls is socioeconomic status … [Read more]

By Liz Halliday

Pressure is an inevitable part of an athlete’s life. Whether it’s the adrenaline rush of a crucial competition; the weight of expectations from fans, sponsors and family; or the desire to excel and make a mark in

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By Rob Van Jacobs

Now that the holidays are behind us and the winter show season has begun, it may become easy to fixate on year-end goals. Establishing goals is very important and something I discuss with my students. Of … [Read more]

By Britney Grover

It doesn’t appear that much scares Charlotte Skinner-Robson. From the first time she showed up in a barn—a memory that still makes her laugh—Charlotte hasn’t let anything stop her, in or out of the horse world. Her [Read more]

By Kimberly Gatto

Portraits by Melissa Fuller

Several of Anne Gribbons’ most treasured memories occurred when she was a young child in Sweden. “My grandfather was a lifelong cavalry officer and we would go to visit him,” Anne said. “He … [Read more]

By Beth Rasin

Portraits by Shawna Whitty

Some of Vivian Yowan’s earliest memories involve being placed into the arms of her father. But unlike most children, she wasn’t lifted onto his shoulders or hips, but settled in front of him … [Read more]

 By Jessica Grutkowski

Portraits by Melissa Fuller

An old soul in every sense, Leah Drew exudes the kind of maturity, poise and sportsmanship you don’t often see in young riders. At only 17 years old, Leah has competed at the … [Read more]

Story and Portraits by Tori Kistler

Great horses are not bought, they’re made. And that is exactly what Jordan Lubow is doing—making great horses, both in the show ring and at home. Her business journey started with her beloved horse … [Read more]

By Kimberly Gatto

Portraits by Melissa Fuller

Jane Karol fondly remembers the first time she saw a horse and the magical way it made her feel. “When I was a child and I had the chance to be near a … [Read more]

By Beth Rasin

Portraits by Melissa Fuller

A very young Brian Cournane tugged and tugged at the rope until it finally released. His parents, who ran a business guiding rides near their Irish seaside village, had left him sitting on … [Read more]

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