By Lisa Engel Missy Clark, one of the country’s top trainers, owns North Run Farm in Vermont and Florida with her husband John Brennan. For most of the last 20 years, North Run riders have won a national equitation championship or reserve, and many of Missy’s students have gone on to compete in Grand Prix
34 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 12 Billy Glass: Advocate for Equitation 16 Discussing Dressage with Shannon Peters 18 Charity: The Equestrian Aid Foundation 20 Kris Kampsen Is the Comeback Kid 26 Visit the Mirror Lake Inn Resort & Spa 28 The Gochman Family: Riding Together 44 Father’s Day — California
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By Lauren R. Giannini Missy Clark believes in the basics: The first is proper position, because riders can’t function without correct form. Then she believes riders should understand the value of correct flatwork and the importance of consistent and thoughtful horsemanship. An experienced trainer with extensive hunter and jumper mileage of her own, Missy
By Lauren R. Giannini Victoria (Tori) Colvin, now 16 and driving, has been racking up rosettes, tri-colors and various Best Child/Junior Rider titles for many years. As a very young catch rider she climbed on the freshest, hottest ponies and rode so chilly and with such finesse that they went quietly and well on course.
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By Doris Degner-Foster In 2009, Peter Wylde considered retiring from grand prix jumping. He wanted to focus on teaching, but that changed when a special horse came along and convinced him otherwise. “Sanctos made me realize all the parts I love about show jumping,” Peter said, adding that he was proud that Sanctos went