Monday, November 23 2020 by Ruby Tevis
Molly Sewell Wellington, Florida Professional rider and trainer How long have you been part of the horse world? I’ve been a professional for almost 19 years, but started riding when I was 6 years old. I was passionate about the horse world long before I knew it would be a great career. What part do
Wednesday, November 11 2020 by Ruby Tevis
By Britney Grover Portraits by Kristie Nichols Brent and Lisa Workman like to joke that things always seem to happen around Lisa’s birthday. On her birthday in 2016, Lisa was battling end-stage liver disease that had progressed into developing cancerous lesions, and she had been on the transplant list for nearly four years. Brent was
By Lyssette Williams Portraits by Tracy Kujawa Jay Moore is not the stereotypical hunter-jumper trainer. He didn’t grow up with horse training parents, or riding ponies on the show circuit or working his way to a big win in the equitation or junior-jumper finals. “I don’t look like the other hunter-jumper professionals either,” Jay laughed.
By Lauren R. Giannini You can say that Devon Gibson is very lucky, that she lives a charmed life, that the stars were in alignment the day a horrific fall left the rider-trainer paralyzed from the neck down and that her recovery borders on the miraculous. All of these statements are correct, but even