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  • Eventing With Boyd Martin

    You’ve had an amazing year with On Cue. Can you recap some of the highlights? This mare had a sensational year, placing second overall at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event and being short-listed for the Olympics. After winning the Advanced championship at the American Eventing Championships, she was in sizzling form coming in to...

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  • On the Road With Blueberry Hill

    Ardath “Ardie” Kingslee Hastey  Georgeville, Quebec, and Ocala, Florida Owner and Founder of Blueberry Hill How long have you been part of the horse world?  Since day one, I’ve always had a love for animals. When I was 3, my babysitter used to put me on their fat, old retired gelding, bareback. I would sit...

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STORY OF THE WEEK

Sydney Wilson Alpharetta, Georgia Hunter rider and Dover Saddlery employee How long have you been part of the horse world?  I’ve been riding for fun for about eight years and competitively for about two years. I had a babysitter who had a horse and would take me to her barn when I was 6 years

By Laura Scaletti Portraits by Pam Jensen Glenn and Joan Petty have never met a stranger. For the past 30-plus years, they have welcomed everyone who attends their horse shows with open arms and their signature Southern hospitality. Whether you enter their show grounds as an exhibitor, vendor, spectator or facility worker, you leave as

By Kimberly Gatto Portraits by Kristie Nichols Scholten Baseball legend Joe DiMaggio once noted, “A person always doing his or her best becomes a natural leader, just by example.” Tracy Fenney embodies the essence of the “Yankee Slugger’s” quote, setting an example for all equestrians through her quiet and humble leadership. In 2020, the US

By Ruby Tevis Portraits by Melissa Fuller  For Melanie Doughty, balance is more than a principle of dressage; it’s a way of life. As a top FEI Young Rider, owner of two horses, sorority sister and international business student at Rollins College, Melanie juggles everything with grace. This summer, Melanie built upon her resume of

By Britney Grover It’s obvious that Allison “Ally” Smith is passionate about caring for others—both horse and human. While running her own sporthorse business and also studying to be a nurse, Ally founded a horse rescue from her barn in Warrenton, Virginia. Ally has been riding since she was 9 years old, and got her

By Ruby Tevis Portraits by Lori Ovanessian It has been said that those who dare to teach must never cease to learn, and dressage rider and instructor Kim McGrath will never stop learning. As Kim leads a successful career in the Grand Prix arena and manages her Sunset Hills Farm training operation in Redlands, California,

by Ruby Tevis Portraits by Melissa Fuller On a steamy summer night in Tokyo, under bright lights and empty seats, Sabine Schut-Kery not only took the world by storm, she set and shattered personal bests each day she competed. The first-time Olympian has risen to fame with her longtime partner, Sanceo, after the pair secured

By Shya Beth While most people are familiar with art mediums like paintings and sculptures—mediums that routinely involve adding something to a canvas or adding clay to the armature of the sculpture—Lynn Kibbe’s medium is vastly different. A two-dimensional subtractive art form known as scratchboard, it typically consists of a white kaolin clay-coated hardboard panel

By Laura Scaletti Portraits by Shawna Simmons Whitty The Propp sisters share more than just a last name, they share a common passion — horses. Through their equestrian endeavors, Stella, 18, Juliette, 16, and Clara, 14, have found numerous ways to bond. The sisters are barn mates, business partners, philanthropists, Instagram influencers, best friends and

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