Road to the Triple Crown – How American Equus Went from Startup to the Winner’s Circle with Jockey Mike Smith
Monday, November 12 2018 by Editor
By Lenore Rees Phillips Portraits by Kristin Lee When David Shano decided to start his company, American Equus, in September 2016, he wasn’t thinking about Thoroughbred racehorses or their jockeys. In fact, other than being interested in racing during the six weeks in the spring when Triple Crown fever grips the United States, he knew
- Published in Weekly Feature
Tagged under: American Equus, chloe shano, david shano, justify, kristin lee, lenore rees phillips, mike smith, stirrups, triple-crown
Helping Riders Find Their Balance
Monday, June 29 2015 by SL Editor
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.
- Published in Sidelines Feature
Exercises to Develop Rider Strength in the Saddle
Monday, February 25 2013 by Editor
As you continue to prepare for show season, chances are that you’re focusing on not only getting your horse back into shape, but in also bringing your own riding position back into top form.
- Published in The Classic Insider, Z-Blogs
Tagged under: between the ears, beyond the track, exercise, facebook, riding, saddle, stirrups, tucker the wunderkind