By Ruby Tevis Portraits by Allie Conrad Will Faudree has been fiercely independent since he was a young boy. The eventing star, based in Hoffman, North Carolina, has proven time and time again that he can handle anything that comes his way. Will’s resilient attitude and fighting spirit has led him to ride for the
Story and photos by Lauren R. Giannini Morningside Training Farm has established itself as one of the most consistent programs in the country, with top placings for professionals, adult amateurs, young riders and horses on the leaderboard. The farm, located picturesquely in The Plains, Fauquier County, has history in the heart of Virginia’s horse country.
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By Lauren R. Giannini Phillip Dutton claimed his first individual Olympic medal in Rio — the first representing his adopted homeland, the United States. For the six-time Olympian and his supporters, that bronze is almost as good as gold — a lovely complement to the team gold medals he won for Australia in the
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Tuesday, June 11 2013 by Editor
Bromont, Quebec – William Coleman III and Phillip Dutton both maintained their leads in the final show jumping phase to win the CCI3* and CIC3* divisions respectively at the 2013 Volvo CCI3* Bromont Three Day Event, The Todd Sandler Challenge, held June 6 to 9 at the Bromont Olympic Horse Park in Bromont, Quebec.
Sunday, June 09 2013 by Editor
By Lauren R. Giannini The 2013 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event showcased several new stars: Donner completed his first 4-star with double clear jumping rounds for Lynn Symansky (Virginia) – 5th place and second-best American duo; Pawlow with Will Faudree (North Carolina) placed fifth (19th last year); Meghan O’Donoghue (Illinois) and Pirate also made their
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Rolex Riders at ‘Thoroughbreds For All’ to Receive Recognition by The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program
Friday, April 12 2013 by Editor
A celebration and symposium of Thoroughbreds in Second Careers on April 26 presented by New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program and Retired Racehorse Training Project April 10, 2013 -Lexington Kentucky- This year’s Thoroughbreds For All event will offer dinner followed by a special presentation by The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program to recognize and award the 17 riders who will be competing at Rolex on registered Thoroughbreds. The rest of the evening will consist of educational and entertaining sessions about selecting and working with off-the-track Thoroughbreds