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Wednesday, January 11 2017 by Editor
By Britney Grover In the equestrian world, one place rises to the top of the list as the winter horse capital of the United States: Palm Beach, Florida, and the community of Wellington. When other parts of the country are covered in snow, sun reigns and the world’s top horsemen and women gather to compete
We catch up with Liz and discuss her riding career and Veterinary practice and how the two complement each other so well.
By Jona Lane Junior rider Carly Dvorkin is the youngest of four siblings and the only competitive rider of the family. She began riding at age 3 and by 5 she was competing in local shows. Carly rides for her family’s barn, Pine Hollow Farm, located in Parkland, Florida, formally called Hunters Run. When Carly
By Brianne Goutal Like most experiences in life, show jumping comes with its highs and lows. Having a bad run or feeling like you didn’t compete to the best of your ability can lead to disappointment. The counter to those lows is the incredible feeling after a win. That happiness and excitement is what pushes
By Kathy Serio As a horse lover, I like to go to the ring and cheer on friends, clients and my husband. Watching all the pomp and circumstance it takes to get a rider to the ring is often overlooked. During the 2015 Winter Equestrian Festival, I was watching a dear friend of mine competing
It was such fun to do my research before interviewing Laura Kraut. I read an article where her mom spoke of how Laura and her sister Katherine had fun showing their horses at the Tryon, North Carolina show, then took them swimming in the creek near the show barns. Even at a big show, having fun played a predominate role and it continues for the sisters to this day
Winter Equestrian Festival’s Second Annual Pony Derby To Benefit Give A Buck For Special Equestrians
Friday, February 06 2015 by Editor
Pony Derby to Benefit Give a Buck for Special Equestrians (Photo Credit: Sissy DeMaria) WINTER EQUESTRIAN FESTIVAL’S SECOND ANNUAL PONY DERBY TO BENEFIT GIVE A BUCK FOR SPECIAL EQUESTRIANS Jump for the Children Pony Derby Fundraiser to be Held March 6 th at WEF WELLINGTON, FL (Jan. 20, 2015) Give a Buck for Special Equestrians is kicking off the New Year with the announcement of the Winter Equestrian Festival’s Second Annual Jump for the Children Pony Derby Classic to be held March 6 th .
By Kayla Jones Stormy had the odds stacked up against him. Anyone could tell from his ragged hair, barbed-wired scars and underweight body that the dapple-grey Thoroughbred’s life had been difficult. The tattoo under his lip branded him as an off-the-track racehorse, and the few riders that had been on his back were thrown off