Wednesday, September 19 2018 by Editor
HIPICO Santa Fe has been building the Learning and Practice Series — a program dedicated to hosting top riders and trainers for educational clinics. In April this year the legendary coach George Morris held a three-day clinic here at HIPICO. We are now honored to host FEI Top 100 and Rolex/USEF Top 10 jumper rider Richard Spooner for a clinic October 26-28, 2018 .
Daring To Be George: How One Woman Helped Write What Could Be the Most Important Book in the Modern Equestrian Lexicon
Monday, February 22 2016 by BA
By Rebecca M. Didier Try this simple exercise: Rest two fingers over the main artery in your wrist and take your resting pulse (count the number of “beats” you feel for 30 seconds, and double it). Now imagine, if you will, that you’re on your way to the most important job interview of your life:
By Lauren R. Giannini By the time she was 4 years old, Sandra Dalman was just as horse-crazy as her mother and two sisters. In light of the cost of boarding four equines, her father decided he’d save money by buying a farm. Sandra started competing at A shows and followed the usual path through
Anne Kursinski’s Journey from Horse-Crazy Kid to Five-Time Olympian By Lauren R. Giannini Anne Kursinski has literally jumped through life. Like many kids, she grew up horse-crazy, dreaming that someday she’d ride in the Olympics. Unlike most kids, Anne lived her dream — not once, but five times — and earned two team Silver Olympic
By Kimberly Gatto The immortal Shakespeare once wrote, “The most splendid gift of all is a noble horse.” Throughout history, there have been many equines that have proven these words correct. This is the story of one noble horse and the impact he had on my life from afar. My story begins in Boston in
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.
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Monday, October 07 2013 by Editor
Phnom Penh, Cambodia – “I am going to take a break,” Kevin Staut announced at the end of September, “…and I am staying away from show jumping arenas this fall.” Truth be told, his ‘break’ is only relative to show jumping.
By Doris Degner-Foster George Morris is a charming man with impeccable manners. “What you see is what I am: old breeches, old sweaters, that’s me,” he said modestly. Perhaps someone who didn’t know him might think he was just a kind uncle who had come to the barn to visit his young relatives.
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By Jan Westmark-Allan When 14-year-old Jack Lube created his video for the Sidelines Magazine Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) Exclusive Showing Vacation Contest, he had no idea that it would change his life. The Orlando, Florida rider had never competed at WEF or any rated show, but it was definitely a dream he had in
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By Jan Westmark-Allan (Don’t miss the video that Jack sent me – it is posted at the bottom of this blog!) Claire Lube, Olympic Show Jumper Reed Kessler and Jack Lube the WEF Sidelines contest winner. I just returned from a whirlwind weekend at the 2013 FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) where I joined Sidelines WEF Exclusive Showing Vacation contest winner Jack Lube and his mom Kelly and sister Claire.