Tuesday, March 12 2019 by Sidelines Editor
By Britney Grover Portraits by Shelby Phillips The Beacon Hill Show Stables team is a pillar in the equestrian community with a reputation for developing top young riders. In addition to countless ribbons and top placings earned by Beacon Hill students, many have gone on to become professionals in the horse world, shaping the next
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By Jan Westmark-Allan Brianne Goutal became a household name in equestrian homes in 2005 when Animal Planet aired the six-part television show about the Big Equitation Finals called “Horse Power: Road to the Maclay.” It was wonderful reality television and my daughter Abby and I were glued to the TV. Young riders today still watch it on DVD and dream of being like Brianne and the other riders featured on the show. Brianne’s junior years are behind her and she is now an accomplished grand prix show jumper and I am thrilled to welcome her to our Sidelines family.