By Jan Westmark - Debbie McDonald and Brentina, a chestnut Hanoverian mare, spent years setting the dressage world on fire. Together, the small rider and big horse brought home Pan Am team and individual gold medals, an Olympic team bronze medal and World Equestrian team silver and bronze medals, and Debbie became the first American to win an FEI World Cup Dressage Final.
62 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! CONTENTS 22 Coursewalk With Heather Caristo 26 Ryan Pedigo: Part of the Family 36 Charity: Little Victories at Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center 42 Mona Snell: Through the Eyes of an Artist & Horsewoman 48 Dressage: Getting To Know
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By Lindsay McCall Donna Ponessa from New Windsor, New York catapulted onto the international para-equestrian scene in 2011. Her determination led to her earning a spot on the 2012 USA Paralympic Equestrian Team in London alongside Jonathan Wentz, Rebecca Hart and Dale Dedrick. “There are not enough adjectives to describe what an amazing
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