Wednesday, August 29 2018 by Editor
By Catie Staszak Portraits by Kristin Lee On a Monday afternoon in the desert, there isn’t much going on at HITS Coachella to resemble the atmosphere of the horse show’s Indio, California, namesake. The loudspeakers are silent, the rings are empty and the most commotion one is likely to encounter is from the sand blown
By Doris Degner-Foster Being able to do 10 back handsprings in a row and vault over 20 people seems like an unusual ability for one of the country’s leading hunter riders, but that’s only one of the surprising things about John French. Another unexpected ability was revealed recently when he beautifully sang the National Anthem
By Britney Grover Though horse showing in Gulfport, Mississippi, may be off the beaten path for some, it’s a cherished annual tradition for others. Coastally located on the Gulf of Mexico, Gulfport has been home to the Gulf Coast Winter Classics for 20 years, with classes from lead line to grand prix and now over
By Doris Degner-Foster Many riders have a distinct preference for either the slower, precise striding required to compete in hunter classes, or the adrenalin-packed challenge of jumper competition, riding over high jumps as fast as possible. But not Daniel Geitner. “I get just as excited winning a class at a small show as winning a
Wednesday, January 11 2017 by Editor
By Britney Grover In the equestrian world, one place rises to the top of the list as the winter horse capital of the United States: Palm Beach, Florida, and the community of Wellington. When other parts of the country are covered in snow, sun reigns and the world’s top horsemen and women gather to compete
By Britney Anderson To anyone outside the horse world, happily shoveling horse dung, filling a stall with shavings and hauling hay are not things they might expect of 19-year-old Jennifer Gates. But Jennifer, oldest daughter of Bill and Melinda Gates, is quite adept at doing all of those things, including under the scrutiny of the
We catch up with Liz and discuss her riding career and Veterinary practice and how the two complement each other so well.
Thursday, February 25 2016 by Editor
Ariane Stiegler for the Amateur Rider Association of America on SidelinesTV
Kaitlin Campbell and Rocky W Top $35,000 Sweet Oak Farm Grand Prix at SFHJA Charity Horse Show at PBIEC
Thursday, November 27 2014 by Editor
Kaitlin Campbell and Rocky W Photo By Mancini Photos Wellington, FL – November 26, 2014 – The Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) hosted the South Florida Hunter Jumper Association’s (SFHJA) Annual Charity Horse Show on November 19-23, 2014, as a benefit for the A-T Children’s Project, Danny & Ron’s Rescue, Equestrian Aid Foundation, Pure Thoughts, Inc. Horse & Foal Rescue, Equine-Assisted Therapies of South Florida, and FAU Equestrian.