Cornelia Dorr: Rising Talent in U.S. Eventing – Named the USEA’s 2017 Young Rider of the Year, This “One to Watch” Is Taking the Eventing World by Storm
Wednesday, May 09 2018 by Editor
By Britney Grover Portraits by Barbara Bower After earning team gold and individual bronze at the CCI* FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships in 2016, then-18-year-old Cornelia Dorr decided to take a gap year between high school and college to determine if she had what it took to make a career out of
From wedding photography to equine portraits to photographing the Sidelines’ Hot Horsemen, Barbara Bower creates memories to last a lifetime By Dani Moritz-Long With only one formal hand-colored photograph to remember her mother by, Barbara Bower yearns for something more. She has no family portraits with her mother on her wall. No framed
Polo, Roping, Mounted Shooting, Barrel Racing, PoloCrosse: Is there anything Kerstie Allen CAN’T do on a horse? By Lauren R. Giannini After growing up in Australia, Kerstie Allen took off to explore the world, literally and figuratively, on horseback. She has played high goal polo alongside royalty and some of the best professional players, competed
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By Emily Riden Let’s play the association game. Your words: Ben Maher. Chances are that words such as “winning,” “unstoppable” and “talented” all come to mind. That’s because this winter, Ben Maher’s name became synonymous with success as the English show jumper led what many lightheartedly dubbed the “British invasion” of the Winter Equestrian Festival.
Canadian Grand Prix rider Ian Millar says, “I’m a very goal and destination focused person, but I’m also very attentive to the journey.” By Doris Degner-Foster Ian Millar’s journey is a long one. He became a member of Canada’s show jumping team in 1971, and has maintained a place on the team ever since
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By Lauren R. Giannini Professional musician, concert clarinetist, avant-garde performer, recording artist, chamber musician and college professor are some of the “hats” worn by Jean Kopperud in her unusual and eventful career. She has even played her clarinet while jumping out of airplanes and dangling from a parachute. She rode western until she was
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Monday, December 02 2013 by Editor
By Doris Degner-Foster Rita Mae Brown is well known for the entertaining novels she writes where household pets and other animals take an active part in solving the murder mystery. She is also an advocate for equal rights and an Emmy nominated screenwriter and poet. But before any of those accomplishments, Rita Mae rode
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By Dani Moritz When Jeanette Sassoon bred her black Dutch stallion, Valiant, to her newly acquired mare, Caprice, she named the foal Valiant. Little did she know at that time just how much he would embody his name. Born on the wild side, Valiant always had an exuberant spirit. When he was only two-years-old,
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