52 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! CONTENTS 18 Charity: Southern Reins — Changing Lives One Ride at a Time 22 Coursewalk with Heather Caristo 24 Teddy Demetriou: From City Kid to Top Horseman 34 Chloe Reid: From Family Ties to Finals Teams 40 Boyd
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L to R: Tiffany George, Linda Keely, Mindy Coretz, Julie and Libby Barrow. Things were more than “OK” in Oklahoma recently, when Julie Winkel, a USHJA certified trainer and “R” rated judge for some of the most prestigious shows in the country, taught a clinic at Farewell Farm in Bixby, Oklahoma. Farewell Farm trainer Mindy Coretz
By Jan Westmark-Allan I introduced our new Sidelines Magazine intern, Mindy Coretz, in yesterday’s blog and mentioned that she was a talented photographer. You may have already seen some of her great photos on the Sidelines Facebook page, and now I’m going to tell you “the rest of the story.” (If you are of a certain age you will remember Paul Harvey’s radio series called “The Rest of the Story.” If you are not of age, disregard all mentions of Paul Harvey and radios!) Did you see the “falling off” photo on the Sidelines Facebook page? Well here’s the rest of the story – and the rest of the pictures! From Mindy: Photo of the rider falling off: The rider in this image is one of my best friends and she is riding Tucker, one of my favorite ponies! We were enjoying a 75 degree afternoon in a field in Aspen, Colorado.
Friday, September 21 2012 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan Mindy Coretz – new Sidelines intern extraordinaire Throughout the summer I had a wonderful intern named April Leonard working for me, helping me with the Sidelines website and Facebook page. When she told me she wouldn’t be able to keep working as an intern when she went back to college in the fall, my reaction was simple. I said, “April, college is overrated.