Mayisha Akbar the Founder and Executive Director of the Compton Jr. Posse discusses the benefits of an Equestrian influence in the lives of our youth and introduces us to several participants in the program
Wednesday, March 02 2016 by BA
Experienced, knowledgeable and well-known horsemen Bob Bell and Bradley Spragg of Classic Publishing, a division of Classic Company, Ltd, are the new faces of Sidelines Magazine. Bob and Bradley recently purchased Sidelines from founder Samantha Charles, who started the publication more than 28 years ago. As the magazine changes hands, changes will also take place
Bob Bell has announced that he and Bradley Spragg of Classic Publishing, a division of Classic Company Ltd, have acquiredSidelines magazine. Bell will serve as president and Spragg will act as publisher for the magazine.Sidelines is an equestrian-focused publication that has been often referred to as “Peoplemagazine” of the horse world. The publication and website
Rocking Hall (Photo courtesy of New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program) Rocking Hall (Rocky) is available for adoption from New Vocations’ Lexington, Kentucky, facility. Rocky is a 5-year-old, 16.1 h, chestnut Thoroughbred gelding
By Susan Friedland-Smith Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought I’d ever have the chance to ride the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event cross-country course during the “Best Weekend All Year” in April! Especially since I’ve had my horse for less than a year and I’m not an eventer. (Details, details!) Thanks to the
By Kerstie Allen This month I’d like to give a big shout out to my fellow teammates of the American Polocrosse Association U.S.A. World Cup team as they head to South Africa in July to represent the United States against five other countries in the 2015 Polocrosse World Cup. Polocrosse is “the king of one-horse
By Katie Navarra Aboard a wooden rocking horse stabled in the waiting room of his father’s pediatrician office, Martin David Cohen spent hours with his “first horse.” Alternating between the rocking horse and a smaller rocking donkey, Martin tallied hours in the saddle. “I rode, or rocked, until they were almost off the ground,” he reminisced.
By Doris Degner-Foster Callie Schott has two superstitions. “When I’m riding in an important class, I hate having anything new: no new breeches or a new show coat,” she said. “I also leave my dry cleaning tags on my clothes for good luck.” However, superstition and luck played no part in influencing Callie’s decision to
Action Figure (Photo courtesy of New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program) Action Figure is available for adoption from New Vocations’ Laurelville, Ohio, facility.
Step By Step Foundation’s Liliane Stransky By Doris Degner-Foster Founder and president of Step By Step Foundation, Liliane Stransky Secchi, spoke of an important childhood memory that had a profound effect on her life. “When I was 6 years old, I was watching a movie on TV about a woman in Mexico that had an