By Britney Grover Portraits by Melissa Fuller Tanner Korotkin owes his life as a successful junior jumper turned young professional grand prix rider to his parents in more ways than one. Yes, they supported his endeavors as so many great parents do. Sure, they also happen to be Alan and Kirsty Korotkin, well-known Wellington trainers,
On the week prior to the 2014 Maclay finals to be held in Kentucky next Sunday, I cannot help but long for the days of old before there was anything called the “regionals.” I understand the need to limit the amount of participants in the actual class because of time constraints, and space problems, and I don’t actually disagree with the concept, it’s just the giant, all in, finals appeals to me. I cannot help but like the idea of a good old fashioned, two hundred – two seventy plus equitation class that takes all day.
Waiting your turn for a schooling jump at a big show such as WEF can be a daunting task if one is unaccustomed to the process.