Monday, July 08 2019 by Editor
By Britney Grover Many Thoroughbreds are born and bred to race. Some of them love to run and would finish a race riderless; others never quite hit their stride on the track. But they all deserve caring homes when they retire from an injury, lack of competitiveness or after a long and successful racing career.
34 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 14 Craig Martin: Always Looking for Challenges 22 Charity: The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation 30 Emma Sargent: From NYU to the Show Ring 36 Hallie McEvoy: A Life of Loving Horses 40 Show Jumper Brian Walker Answers Your Questions 44 Vet Talk with Dr. Richard
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By Lauren R. Giannini Horses give us wings. In return, we take care of magnificent creatures that are prone to injury, illness and balky attitudes. The extreme ups and downs of partnership with horses demand bottomless reserves of optimism and strength of spirit; even so, we keep coming back for more because we’re horse-crazy and
Thursday, January 25 2018 by Editor
By Mary McCashin Eventer Hillary Irwin’s love of off-the-track Thoroughbreds is part of the 29-year-old’s DNA. It all started when her grandparents bought a horse out of the newspaper in the 1960s. That horse turned out to be a pregnant Thoroughbred mare, which set her grandparents on a path of breeding racehorses that lasted until
34 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 14 Abigail Brayman: Hard Work Helps Dreams Come True 20 Charity: Give Back for Special Equestrians 24 Eric Hasbrouck: The Future Is Now 28 Show Jumper Brian Walker Answers Your Questions 42 Susan MacRae: Dedicated to Thoroughbreds 44 Paige Flanders Luplow: Horses
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Rick Violette, Jr. got his start in the equine industry showing hunters and jumpers on the East Coast circuit. He also galloped racehorses part time before opting to make a career at the racetrack. Now, as president of the TAKE2 Second Career Thoroughbred Program, Inc., Rick is combining all of his equestrian experience to help
Tuesday, April 18 2017 by Editor
“This sound mystery with thrills and hair-raising action from first to last.”—KIRKUS REVIEWS “[Flamingo Road] will appeal to fans of all things horse racing, strong female protagonists, and Florida noir.” —BOOKLIST “A fast pace and a feisty heroine put Flamingo Road in the winner’s circle.
By Susan Friedland-Smith Living in Southern California, once in awhile I cross paths with notable individuals. Like the time I saw Kobe Bryant at my fitness center working out. Another time I was shopping and I kept looking at a fellow shopper, a woman I was convinced I knew. I couldn’t quite place her, but
By Kim MacMillan/MacMillan Photography & Media Services All photos by Shelley Higgins/Copyright MacMillan Photography November in Toronto is synonymous with the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.
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