Tuesday, April 07 2020 by Ruby Tevis
By Shya Beth British artist Shannagh-Leigh Hartshorn knows how to fuse her passion for horses and art together. From starting her own art business and adventuring through new media, Shannagh-Leigh constantly evolves and strives to perfect her art, bringing small but noticeable details through each portrait. Born in Bolton, England, Shannagh-Leigh has always been an
By Diane Carney Equestrian, Judge and Commentator — West Palm Beach, Florida How long have horses been a part of your world? As long as I can remember! I got my first ribbon at the National Western Stock Show, I was 6 years old in the 11 and under equitation on The Irishman. I was jumping 3’6”
Friday, March 27 2020 by Editor
Where are you from? I’m originally from Ireland, but I moved to America in 2018 with my wife to pursue my career with horses. How long have you been part of the horse world? My entire life. My grandad has a successful equestrian center in Ireland, so growing up horses were always part of my
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By Ruby Tevis. Portraits by Melissa Fuller - When Kayla Kadlubek turned 16, her parents gave her a choice — she could get a car or she could get a new horse. In true equestrian fashion, Kayla chose the horse. That was four years ago, and now that Kayla’s 20, she’s reflecting on her success through the dressage Young Rider pipeline, participating in Lendon Gray’s Dressage4Kids program, medaling at North American Youth Championships and representing the United States with the USEF Young Rider European Tour.
By Jan Westmark. Olympic show jumper Nona Garson has competed all over the world, but her career with horses began on the farm she still calls home. Nona owns and operates The Ridge in Florida and New Jersey, and moved to The Ridge Farm in New Jersey when she was 5. On her 6th birthday, Nona got a Shetland Pony named Maple Sugar.
Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! CONTENTS 22 Eric Glynn: A Life With Horses, From Ireland to America 28 Allyson Hall: Life, Horses and Huntley Equestrian 32 Eventing With Boyd Martin 38 Shannagh-Leigh Hartshorn: Creating Art From Miniature to Life-Size 44 Kressa Peterson Jumps From the Show Ring to
Tagged under: Allyson Hall, america, augusta iwasaki, boyd-martin, Diane Carney, Eric Glynn, FEI World Cup Finals, georgina-bloomberg, Giants Draft Horse Rescue, heather caristo, Huntley Equestrian, Ireland, Isha and Raina Swani, Jordan Allen, Kayla Kadlubek, Kressa Peterson, nona garson, Shannagh-Leigh Hartshorn, Shark Tank, Sports Psychology
Emerson Sego with Frosty Photo by Jill Sego The amazing power of horses (and in this case a pony) is evident in the life of Emerson Sego, who was born with a very rare genetic disorder in which he is missing a portion of his 3rd chromosome. He’s 4 years old and deals with a
Tuesday, March 03 2020 by Editor
By Britney Grover Storybook Farm is well-named: Visiting is like walking into a fairytale. But the farm is much more than just a feel-good story. Thousands of children have had their lives enriched and their futures brightened by taking the Storybook journey — children struggling with anything from bereavement or terminal illness to all manner
In January, you were awarded the Whitney Stone Cup by the USET Foundation. This award is given to “an active competitor who displays consistent excellence in international competition, as well as exemplifying high standards of sportsmanlike conduct, while serving as an ambassador for the United States and equestrian sport.” Can you discuss what it was like to receive this award?
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By Britney Grover. Portraits by Kristie Nichols - Brian Moggre exploded onto the show jumping leaderboards in 2019 like he and MTM Vivre Le Reve explode around a course of jumps. At just 18 years old, Brian finished his final junior year outranking Olympic gold medalists and international champions. His name joined those at the top of the sport that have long been household names in the equestrian world.