Friday, November 20 2020 by Ruby Tevis
When I go into the show ring, my mind sometimes takes me on its own journey. I often find my thoughts going all over the place and struggle to get more focused on the task at hand. Does everyone have their mind totally focused on the task at hand when in the ring, or where
Warm-up rings can be chaotic, busy, and full of unfamiliar horses and riders. As such, they’re one of the most challenging parts of horse shows that you’ll have to navigate. Make sure you’re familiar with warm-up ring etiquette to make your warm-up time more effective and less stressful.
Fun in Olympic proportions! A few weeks prior to the Olympics, ShowChic hosted an Olympic predictions night with Olympic dressage riders Bent Jensen and Lars Petersen. Bent and Lars made predictions on which horse and rider combinations might win individual medals, as well as which countries might take home the team medals and shared their
ShowChic (formerly Show Clothes) has developed a Mentorship Program to help younger upcoming riders. Instead of just giving them riding clothes and goodies Michele Hundt, owner, came up with the idea of mentoring these riders and having them help in her store and at shows. The first lucky participants are Mary Cameron Rollins, Lauren Knoop
Catching up: In March, Phillip and Evie Dutton hosted the fourth annual Olympic Gala in Aiken, SC at their winter facility in Bridle Creek. They helped bring the Aiken community together for a night of cocktails, a catered buffet, dancing and a silent auction. The night raised $65,000 with all proceeds going to the USET
Fans of World Equestrian Games Bronze Medalist Steffen Peters can now enjoy an intimate moment with the dressage star thanks to a “Custom Moment” video. In the video produced for Custom Saddlery, Steffen is interviewed and shares everything from what he eats for breakfast to whether or not he likes dogs. Shot on location at