By Lauren R. Giannini Victoria (Tori) Colvin, now 16 and driving, has been racking up rosettes, tri-colors and various Best Child/Junior Rider titles for many years. As a very young catch rider she climbed on the freshest, hottest ponies and rode so chilly and with such finesse that they went quietly and well on course.
Tagged under: artist Linda Luster, Ballou, Best Child Rider on a Horse, Brigid Colvin, Buster Brown, Canadian Blue, dedication, Don Juan, dr. betsee parker, EquiFit, Essex shirts, george morris, grand prix, horse-magazine, hunters, jumpers, Karen Long Dwight, lauren r. giannini, Linda Luster, Missy Clark, Monsieur du Reverdy, Ovation, sidelines-magazine, Tad Coffin Saddles and Tucci Riding boots, tori colvin, Upperville Horse Show, victoria colvin, Way Cool
By Katie Navarra Thirty years ago, Joan MacNair Petty was just another horse show mom sitting in the stands rooting for her daughter, Cam, during a show at the Gov. James B. Hunt, Jr. Horse Complex in Raleigh, North Carolina. Little did she know the impact that show would eventually have on her life.
Tagged under: associate director of development at Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center, dr. betsee parker, Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center., horse show, horse-magazine, Hunt Horse Complex, hunters, Joan MacNair Petty, Josh Hewitt, Jump for the Children Horse Show, jumpers, Katie Navarra, MacNair's Country Acres, north carolina, Pat LaFevers Holsten, raleigh, Triangle Farms
Thursday, October 25 2012 by Editor
Garfield and Scott Stewart.