By Jan Westmark Social media influencers are all the rage now, but show jumper Beezie Madden has been influencing generations of young riders since long before social media existed. When young riders were asked who they looked up to the most in the equestrian world, Beezie was at the top of the list. Speaking of
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by Doris Degner-Foster Recent articles I’ve written have been while dealing with various bizarre situations that came up at the worst of times. A Shaky Start The article in the July issue about Beezie Madden might not have even happened. I met her just after I arrived at the Palm Beach Equestrian Center and was impressed to the point of open-mouthed gazing at my surroundings
By Doris Degner-Foster Callie Schott has two superstitions. “When I’m riding in an important class, I hate having anything new: no new breeches or a new show coat,” she said. “I also leave my dry cleaning tags on my clothes for good luck.” However, superstition and luck played no part in influencing Callie’s decision to
By Doris Degner-Foster If someone was a successful working student for Olympic gold medalist and international coach Katie Monahan Prudent, it would probably be a risky move to voluntarily leave and go work at a sale barn. But it turned out to be a very good step for Beezie Madden. “When John [Madden] offered me
Sunday, September 15 2013 by Editor
North Salem, NY – September 13, 2013 – Friday the 13th proved to a lucky day for Beezie Madden, who stormed to victory on her veteran mount Coral Reef Via Volo during the $100,000 American Gold Cup Qualifier, presented by Double H Farm & Windsor Show Stables.
By Doris Degner-Foster George Morris is a charming man with impeccable manners. “What you see is what I am: old breeches, old sweaters, that’s me,” he said modestly. Perhaps someone who didn’t know him might think he was just a kind uncle who had come to the barn to visit his young relatives.
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Rolex FEI World Cup Final Champion Beezie Madden Returns to U.S. Competition at Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows
Wednesday, May 01 2013 by Editor
North Salem, NY – May 1, 2013 – The Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows are proud to welcome the 2013 Rolex FEI World Cup Final winner, Beezie Madden, back to the United States. Her first competition will be the Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows, held on May 7-12 and 14-19, 2013
Olympians Highlight Star-Studded International Line-up of Open Jumpers at Alltech National Horse Show
Wednesday, October 24 2012 by Editor
McLain Ward, pictured above on Antares F at the London Olympic Games, will be competing at this year’s Alltech National Horse Show. Photo by Sue Stickle Now just around the corner, the Alltech National Horse Show, scheduled for the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky on October 30 – November 4, 2012, will feature a world-class field of top national and international open jumpers, competing for some of the biggest purses on the fall indoor tour