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(left to right) Christina Matson, Kim Boyer, Mitzi Presnell, Joan Javits Zeeman, Birgit Fioravante and Jeanne Chisholm Photo by Frances Suzanne Hindle It was a festive event in April for Opera Under the Stars, keynoted by artist, author and activist Mary Fisher, and held at Kimberly and Frederic Boyer’s Hampton Green Farm. The event benefitted
Thursday, May 12 2016 by Editor
For Immediate Release: May 12, 2016 Stable View, A Preeminent Destination For Equestrians Stable View, in Aiken, South Carolina, is one of the region’s preeminent international equestrian training facilities, and is pleased to announce the expansion of their facility offerings, event schedule and support for the sport of eventing.
Saturday, May 07 2016 by Editor
Exeter, NH (May 1, 2016) –– Emerald Valley is pleased to announce their sponsorship of the HITS Triple Crown of Show Jumping Circuits for 2016-2018. HITS produces three of the richest grand prix in the world with the AIG $1 Million Grand Prix in Thermal, California, Great American $1 Million Grand Prix in Ocala, Florida and Saugerties $1 Million Grand Prix FEI CSI-5* in Saugerties, New York – all forming the HITS Triple Crown of Show Jumping. The HITS Championship, held each September at HITS-on-the-Hudson, hosts the HITS $250,000 Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumper Prix, the Stal Hendrix Pre-Green Futurity, and the crown jewels of the hunter discipline: the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final and the Platinum Performance $250,000 Hunter Prix Final.
Thursday, May 05 2016 by Editor
Kerri Kent started Kerrits 30 years ago Celebrating Three Decades of Innovation Thirty years ago, it started as a simple seed. Today, it’s flourished into an iconic brand, beloved by women worldwide.
By Katie Navarra Faith, a champagne-colored Quarter Horse, moved into the barn where Emily Lunsford of Leesburg, Virginia, took riding lessons and worked as a camp counselor. It was the summer of 2007 and the horse’s owner wanted a team penning partner, but the mare just wasn’t cutting it. “I loved her coloring so my
Polo Gives Alex Ebel His Wings By Lauren R. Giannini Alex Ebel was 5 when he discovered Ralph Lauren’s signature line of polo shirts. Made from the softest pima cotton, they felt good against his sensitive skin and became a mandatory element in his daily attire. Now 18, Alex still wears Ralph Lauren polo
By Susan Friedland-Smith Back in July, my husband, Mark, who is now a budding equestrian, purchased a helmet in anticipation of his future riding “career.” I really had no idea he was planning on crossing over to the horse side. He’s more of a beach goer and skier. I knew something was up when he
Thursday, November 13 2014 by Editor
2014 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Horse Show Underway in Toronto By Kim & Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography – All Photos by Shelley Higgins/MacMillan Photography The 2014 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair kicked off on Friday, November 7 with a flurry of activity that makes the Royal one of the iconic indoor horse shows of the year. This final stop of the year on the North American Nations Cup show jumping indoor tour, the 2014 Royal Winter Fair Horse Show CSI4*-W features top-tier international jumper riders hailing from Canada, the U.S.A., Colombia, Ireland and Belgium. These riders are all vying for over $800,000 in total prize money and the top ribbon in the $100,000 Hickstead FEI World Cup TM Grand Prix presented by Hudson’s Bay (Wednesday, November 12 th ), the $50,000 Weston Canadian Open (Friday, November 14 th ) and Saturday evening’s sold-out $75,000 GroupBy Big Ben Challenge
Friday, August 08 2014 by Editor
Many riding camps offer campers the option of bringing home a camp horse at the end of the summer. Camps save on the upkeep costs of their horses, and some lucky campers get to enjoy having “a horse of their own” for the year until it’s time for the horse to return to the camp in the early summer.