Tuesday, April 21 2020 by Ruby Tevis
By Britney Grover It only took one ride on a Clydesdale for Christine Hajek to fall in love with draft horses, and one trip to a local auction to realize how many were in need of help. Since then, she’s dedicated her life to rescuing as many draft horses she can. What started as buying
Monday, September 16 2019 by Editor
By Ruby Tevis The horse is a universal symbol of freedom. Like many equestrians, Shane George of Magnolia, Texas, fell in love with the feeling of freedom from the back of a horse. As a USEF “R” judge, Shane has traveled from sea to shining sea to judge competitions. While each horse show was held
Friday, May 03 2019 by Editor
By Britney Grover StableStrides has been an active force for good in Colorado Springs since 1981. Though it’s had several different names and has developed and expanded its programs over the years, the mission has remained the same: using horses to help people. Now, StableStrides has multiple locations fueled by more than 20 horses and
36 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 14 Charity: CANA — Helping America’s Wild Horses 18 Dressage & Beyond with Charlotte Bredahl 20 Kimberly Gatto: Born to Write, Born to Ride 28 Everything Eventing with Boyd Martin 30 Missy Chiles: About A Horse 42
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Thursday, November 15 2018 by Editor
By Alannah Castro Portraits by Shawna Simmons Brittany Stephens of Norman, Oklahoma, has always been the consummate animal lover. But two years ago she was able to take her passion and drive for rescuing animals and channel it into Infinity Farms Animal Sanctuary & Rescue. To those who knew Brittany, this was no surprise. Growing
Tuesday, October 23 2018 by Editor
by Kathryn McMackin Julie Dell’Aira’s life changed one afternoon while teaching a riding lesson to a young special needs boy. A marketing professional by day and a riding instructor by moonlight, Julie had turned down multiple offers to teach the therapeutic riding sessions at Saddle Rock Ranch in Middle Island, New York. Julie was already
Chloe Peebles and Georgina Bloomberg Photo by D. Gonzalez for Rob Rich Society Allure.com The Peebles Corporation and Rolls-Royce, along with guest of honor Georgina Bloomberg, held a beautiful and meaningful summer evening in Bridgehampton in benefit of Give Back for Special Equestrians, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that provides equine-assisted and therapeutic horseback riding scholarships in
40 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 12 Brooke Giacin: Focusing on Equitation and Photography 18 Show Jumper Brian Walker Answers Your Questions 24 Lilli Hymowitz: Instagram, Horses and New Opportunities 30 Everything Eventing with Boyd Martin 32 Vet Talk with Dr. Richard Wheeler 34 Carleton Brooks: Keeping Old
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Tuesday, June 19 2018 by Editor
Atherton, CA – June 18, 2018 Menlo Charity Horse Show, a recipient of the US Equestrian Heritage Horse Show distinction, numerous National Show Hunter Hall of Fame Top 10 Horse Shows of the Year as well as a perennial favorite destination of the Equestrian Living Magazine Gold List readers announces that the 2018 horse show is a sell out. Trainers wishing to reserve a place on the waiting list for stalls should email Annette Longnecker, MCHS Head Show Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org Inaugural Three Ring Live Broadcast by Horse Network Every class in all of the three show rings at Menlo Charity Horse Show (MCHS) will stream live and for free this year! MCHS events can be viewed at HorseNetwork.com/Live. Each day’s feature class will be available via Facebook Live on the pages of Horse Network and Menlo Charity Horse Show , where fans all over the world can watch together and weigh in on the Hunter/Jumper action as it happens at Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, California. As an additional courtesy to competitors, Menlo Charity Horse Show is offering clips from every class in the Arena, Grass Hunter Field and Grass Jumper Ring online after each day’s competition, at no additional charge.
Thursday, June 07 2018 by Editor
Atherton, CA – June 4, 2018 Menlo Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce Rachel Saunders as Artist of the Year for 2018. Rachel is a native Colorado oil painter living and working in Denver.