Monday, July 25 2016 by Editor
by Kate Kendall Henrietta Hall jumped her first horse at 60 years old. Like everything she puts her mind to, she brings remarkable style, grace and determination to show jumping. After a lifetime of loving horses, Henrietta is perfectly positioned to pursue her passion — and she’s wholeheartedly embracing the challenge. Henri, as her
By Katie Navarra Invisible communication between horse and rider takes years of practice. It may be the most important skill all riders, and especially dressage riders, strive to master. “The communication in dressage is so subtle it feels psychic or ethereal,” said Emily Keene, a Santa Fe, New Mexico, dressage trainer. It takes introspection, years
September 20 th of this year, the Santa Fe community generally, and the Southwest horse world in particular, lost a wonderful citizen.