Bruce Springsteen entertaining guests at the USET’s Take Me To Tokyo gala. The United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation publicly launched its $40 million “Raising the Bar” campaign on Friday, January 17, at the organization’s “Take Me To Tokyo” gala at the Jacobs family’s Deeridge Farm in Wellington, Florida. With more than 500 guests in
Paralympics Opening and Day One by Ellie Brimmer & photos by Lindsay McCall Kai Handt enters the ring with Jonathan Wentz on NTEC Richter Scale. I have been enjoying my time here in London and have spent a large amount of time watching the different countries school in the main arena.
Para-Dressage Primer Part 2: How to make the team. by Ellie Brimmer Just like our able-bodied peers, many factors go into making a Paralympic team
Paralympic Dressage Primer by Ellie Brimmer I am a High Performance Para-Equestrian Dressage competitor, and I will be blogging for Sidelines in London this year, with photography support from Lindsay McCall, head of United States Para-Equestrian Association (USPEA) media relations and the Paralympic Equestrian Media Coordinator. The Olympic competition has officially completed, but you do not have to wait long to watch world-class equestrian competition.