Ben Maher’s British Invasion
Monday, May 12 2014 by Editor
By Emily Riden Let’s play the association game. Your words: Ben Maher. Chances are that words such as “winning,” “unstoppable” and “talented” all come to mind. That’s because this winter, Ben Maher’s name became synonymous with success as the English show jumper led what many lightheartedly dubbed the “British invasion” of the Winter Equestrian Festival.
- Published in Sidelines Feature
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The Legend of George Morris
Tuesday, August 13 2013 by Editor
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.
- Published in Sidelines Spotlight
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