By Laura Scaletti Portraits by Kristie Nichols There’s nothing quite like life when you have love in your heart. From their very first meeting, Guy and Sharon McElvain have let their hearts lead the way in everything they pursue. Together they are not only carrying out the McElvain family tradition of breeding, developing and showing
People involved in equestrian sports often change disciplines. But it’s unusual for someone to make the change as wholeheartedly as Lori Kaminski did. Lori has been president and CEO of Dressage at Devon (DAD) since 2009, but for many years before that she was a dedicated volunteer, instrumental in bringing about major changes in DAD.
Friday, November 14 2014 by Editor
The oldest privately-owned, continuously-bred band of horses in the world is set to arrive in December Photo By Wellons Communications CLERMONT, Fla. (November 13, 2014) – Their ancestors carried the Bedouin into battle and were later bred by royalty in Egypt and England. They are the Al-Marah band of Arabian horses, and they will be headed to their new home in Clermont in December