By Ruby Tevis Portraits by Melissa Fuller Kim Burnette has always loved horses, and throughout her lifelong career as an equestrian, her mission has remained the same—to share the joy of horses with others. From collegiate equestrian coach to professional Grand Prix rider, carriage tour owner and boutique owner, Kim wears many hats and her
By Ruby Tevis Portraits by Melissa Fuller At 22 years old, Natalie Pai is a rising star in the sport of dressage. With Nations Cup and NAYC medals, titles at the Brentina Cup and experience competing in Europe, Natalie has a bright future and the passion to pursue it. Though horses have always been part
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By Britney Grover Portraits by Shawna Simmons In the show jumping world alone, Georgina Bloomberg’s list of accomplishments is impressive — and nowhere near completed. She’s both the owner of and rider on the Global Champions League team New York Empire, has a slew of top placings in grand prix and has been instrumental in U.S.
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The Bottom Line: By Jan Westmark-Allan I love the saying, “Horse people love dogs! Dogs love horse people!” Horses and dogs do go hand-in-hand, which is why Sidelines is a big supporter of both horse and dog rescues. I have always thought that if I worked at a dog rescue, I would probably end