Monday, July 18 2016 by Editor
By Lauren R. Giannini The Olympic sport of eventing — consisting of dressage, cross-country and show jumping — has evolved since its debut for cavalry officers and their chargers at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. What hasn’t changed is the excitement of cross-country, the biggest spectator day. For riders with stars in their eyes, the
With only five years of eventing experience, former jumping superstar Marilyn Little helped the United States Eventing Team take home the gold medal at the Pan American Games in Canada. Marilyn also rode away with the individual gold, proving that … Life is Golden for Marilyn Little Story by Lauren R. Giannini Photos by
By Lauren R. Giannini “It’s all great,” said Cathy Wieschhoff when asked what’s new and exciting with the CW Event Team based at her Carriage Station Farm in the heart of the bluegrass in Lexington, Kentucky. “The farm is going great — my barn is full and people are knocking on the doors. I’m totally
Wednesday, February 26 2014 by Editor
Aiken, SC – February 19, 2014 - Sometimes equestrian disciplines have a hard time sharing their worlds, but in Eventing where there are three aspects, they eagerly welcome the insight of different trainers. Legendary horseman and coach George Morris is well known in both the Show Jumping and Eventing communities, and on February 24-25, 2014 he will travel to Aiken, SC to teach at Boyd Martin’s Bridle Creek Farm. Riders and auditors will have the opportunity to learn from the best in the business.
By Sheryl Kursar You could hear a pin drop when 15-year-old Nicole Doolittle rode her horse, Tops, into the show jumping ring this past summer at the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC). She was in first place after a great cross-country ride the day before, but she needed to put in
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