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
Monday, June 08 2020 by Ruby Tevis
Name: Carol Austin City/State: Spokane, Washington Occupation: Frozen semen broker. “This really cracks up the people I meet; my friends use it as an introduction at parties — ‘Hey, guess what she does for a living?’” How long have you been part of the horse world? Since the age of 6, when I lived in
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Friday, July 13 2018 by Editor
By Molly Sorge Portraits by Kristin Lee When her groom didn’t show up at the Del Mar National show in May, Hannah Selleck didn’t panic. She got to work. Hannah had four horses from her family’s Descanso Farm showing at Del Mar and then the next week at Showpark Ranch & Coast, so she rolled
By Kim MacMillan Home is where the heart is, and for professional jumper rider Karen Cudmore, where the horses are too. Karen has found success and happiness in basing her family’s Heartland Farms operation out of the centrally-located, easygoing Midwestern city of Omaha, Nebraska. A native of Canada, her journey to the heartland was a
Tuesday, July 07 2015 by BA
By Katie Navarra Raised on a ranch in Colorado, Kc Branscomb Kelley grew up riding working cow horses and competing in barrel racing and stock horse events aboard American Quarter Horses. At 17 years old, she transferred from the University of Colorado to attend college on the East Coast. “I found myself sharing a barn
Friday, December 19 2014 by Editor
HSUS logo Nothing compares to the special bond people can share with horses. So, it’s no wonder that many equestrians yearn for a horse to call their own, a familiar face peering over the stall door—ears pricked and muzzle outstretched for a treat—day after day.
By Lauren R. Giannini Christine Vanneck lives by lessons she learned from her polo-playing grandfather, John Vanneck. “He always said don’t push the envelope, because the envelope will break,” she recalled. “We don’t push our horses, but they learn everything important by the time they are yearlings: to stand quietly for grooming, the farrier,
John Porter competed in winning style at the New England Horsemen’s Council Medal Finals, riding away with the win in the 2013 NEEC Junior Medal. John and trainer Sachine Belle accepted the award from NEEC Committee member Fred Hunt and the 2012 winner, Michael Janson. Photo by Melody Taylor-Scott It will come as no surprise that
Back in 2010 at the World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky, Greg Nielsen and Kat Wojtylak, two individuals involved in the horse industry, met through mutual friends (hey thanks JRPR, Inc. for your meddling). Fast-forward almost three years later to the day, and these two lovebirds announced their engagement at the Lincoln Memorial in DC.