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
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Tuesday, April 04 2017 by Editor
Amateur Riders Association of America Symposium at the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival
Tuesday, March 28 2017 by Editor
Lauren Woznica at the 2017 College Preparatory Invitational in Wellington, Florida
Josie Sumner from Hampshire, Illinois at the 2017 College Preparatory Invitational in Wellington, Florida
Macy Urbanosky from North Richland Hills, Texas at the 2017 College Preparatory Invitational in Wellington, Florida
VALE IS VICTORIOUS! RIDES BONZINI S AND QUIDAM’S GOOD LUCK TO TOP TWO PLACINGS IN $35,000 OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE GRAND PRIX, PRESENTED BY EMO
Wednesday, June 22 2016 by Editor
Aaron Vale pilots Bonzini S to the win in last night’s $35,000 Outback Steakhouse Grand Prix, presented by EMO during the Week I Atlanta Summer Classics For Immediate Release: June 19, 2016 Conyers, Georgia Last night Aaron Vale of Williston, Florida bested a field of twenty four horse and rider teams and brought home the first and second place ribbons with Thinks Like A Horse Farm’s Bonzini S and Quidam’s Good Luck , owned by Troy Glaus in the $35,000 Outback Steakhouse Grand Prix, presented by EMO . This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the 1996 Olympic Games at the Georgia International Horse Park and to help celebrate, Allen Rheinheimer, Classic Company Course Designer and Technical Coordinator, replicated the 1996 Olympic track, originally designed by Linda Allen. Rheinheimer set the first round time allowed at 86 seconds and only six horse and rider teams advanced to the jump off round
Saturday, March 15 2014 by Editor
Ariane Stiegler of the Amateur Riders Association of America discusses the foundation of the association and the conditions that precipitated it's formation.
Friday, January 31 2014 by Editor
Biostar brings us an interview with Show Jumper Chris Sorensen and he gives us some pointers on finding the right Hunter or Jumper.