By Jona Lane Junior rider Carly Dvorkin is the youngest of four siblings and the only competitive rider of the family. She began riding at age 3 and by 5 she was competing in local shows. Carly rides for her family’s barn, Pine Hollow Farm, located in Parkland, Florida, formally called Hunters Run. When Carly
We catch up with Santos and Chelsea at their barn in Wellington Florida and discuss Stormfront Sales and Training, traveling to France to ride with French Phenom Marie Hecart, and Stormfronts breeding, importing and training programs.
Undoubtedly the most all around accomplished Equestrian I have had the pleasure to meet. We have a sit down on the tailgate of her pick up truck field side at the International Polo Club. As a side note, she played in the 26 goal semifinals shortly after our interview!
Thursday, October 10 2013 by Editor
By Kat Wojtylak Hearty beef stew with cornbread cooked up by Kate. Kate Samuels is a writer for Eventing Nation . She tackles the obstacles in her life as an event rider and does it all while she moonlights as a foodie. Kate ‘s story is like many others out there.
Monday, April 15 2013 by Editor
Cesar Parra has always loved horses and he has turned that passion into a successful dressage career. Through his horse farm Piaffe-Performance, he helps others learn the art of the sport and reach their own dressage goals.
Sunday, April 14 2013 by Editor
We caught up with Tami at the Wellington Dressage Nations Cup. She talks about riding and writing and her newest upcoming novel.
Spring brings with it much excitement for horse owners: it means getting back into the saddle, new foals on the ground, and the start of a fresh show season.
Wash bays are typically the same size as a stall. They can be used for many other tasks as well – grooming, tacking up, shoeing and vet visits.
Now is the time to start preparing for a sleek, glossy coat that will turn heads in the show ring. Chances are your horse has started shedding, but he probably still has remnants of his fluffy winter coat. Here are some things you can do to help your horse develop a beautiful coat for the show ring