• Looking for the Third (or Fourth) Generation

    By George Williams Warning, this column addresses the need for more volunteers! However, I’m not talking about stuffing envelopes or other similar tasks. Don’t get me wrong, those are essential jobs and I’m grateful to those who do them. This column is for those of you who want to play a role in the direction...


  • Unbridled With Lynn Walsh

    By Britney Grover Lynn Walsh is an influential member of the Texas hunter-jumper community—as a passionate volunteer. She’s had the “horse bug” ever since she was a toddler and cherished growing up in Pony Club even as her family moved around Canada for her father’s Royal Canadian Air Force career, but has always ridden as...



Throughout the year, Sidelines features special focus sections in which extra editorial coverage is assigned to these sections. These issues are great opportunities for readers interested in specific content such as breeding or art. For information on how to gain visibility by advertising in these issues, please contact your sales representative as outlined in the Sidelines media kit. The following special sections will be published in 2022. Click here to read.


By Ruby Tevis Portraits by Melissa Fuller Dedication, perseverance and a support team like no other—that’s Liz Lund’s recipe for eventing success. An accomplished eventer, breeder and trainer, Liz splits her time between Copeland Farms North in her home state of Minnesota, and Copeland Farms South in sunny Ocala, Florida. As Liz continues growing her

By Margie Sugarman It’s been a while since I’ve shown. After Indoors we turned the horses out and let them be horses. But now it’s time and I’m getting ready to head to Florida for the winter circuit. I’m feeling a bit anxious about getting back into the competitive state of mind, doubting myself and

By Ruby Tevis Portraits by Melissa Fuller Emily Dulin has always been an animal lover, and helping others is in her blood. She’s the daughter of a Venezuelan ambassador and has spent much of her professional career working in social services and animal welfare. In 2015, Emily took on the role of chief executive officer

By Liz Halliday-Sharp It’s a new year and the 2023 eventing season is just around the corner. Now is the time to start thinking about what competitions goals you have for you and your horse(s), and what path you should take to achieve them.  The USA is unique in that the season begins very early

Renée Tucci, Murder Hollow  Chester County, Pennsylvania Wealth management and stallion owner and breeder  How long have you been part of the horse world?  I grew up riding and took a break once I went to college. I was fortunate to spend some of my early 20s riding in Ireland before moving back to the

By Kimberly Gatto Portraits by Melissa Fuller It has been said that adversity can cause some to break and others to break records; Daniela Moguel chose the latter. Growing up as a girl in Mexico, where the sport of eventing is dominated by men in the military, Daniela—known as Danny to her friends—set out on

By Kimberly Gatto Portraits by Kristie Scholten Dressage rider Katie Jackson has been passionate about horses for as long as she can remember. It was not just about the riding—it was the bond that developed when caring for horses that truly made Katie whole. That bond would later become a lifeline for Katie as she

By Margie Sugarman My daughter has decided that she wants to ride horses. She is 11 years old and deals with some emotional as well as physical challenges. We aren’t a wealthy family. However, I’m willing to do for my daughter what needs to be done to afford her the opportunity to grow, mature and

Britta Anderson Hawksbill Farm Brooksville, Florida Horse trainer/rider, stallion owner How long have you been part of the horse world?  I have been a professional in the hunter-jumper world for 25 years, since I turned 18, but I rode as a Junior when I still lived up north. I was an inner-city kid from a

Get the Sidelines Scoop — your weekly look behind the scenes.Sign me up!