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As the highest scoring adult amateur rider of the entire show, Gimbel was thrilled to receive the prize from The Horse of Course founder and CEO, Beth Haist. Gimbel remarked to Haist upon receiving the award, “Thank you so much for sponsoring the lovely cooler and ribbon for the High Score Award.... Read More
The Inaugural USEA Intercollegiate Championship came down to a nail-biting finale with the first and second place teams separated by less than a point. It was The University of Georgia (UGA) Red Team who hunkered down this weekend to finish victorious, walking away with the top spot. The Bulldogs... Read More
“My plan at first was just to watch Jimmy and if he was super-fast, I was not going to jump-off and just settle for second because she is young,” said Howard of her plan with Up and Blue Chapelle. “He was careful but not too quick—she was great.” It was certainly a rewarding choice. Howard and... Read More
When asked the secret of Germany’s extraordinarily consistency, team trainer Christopher Bartle replied: “We have a great team spirit, which I treasure, and we work to maintain it. The riders support each other and they respect each other’s opinions because they all want to get better, however... Read More
In between your property and an outlying roadway is a fence that supposedly confines your horse. Even if the fence is electrified, would you still consider this a 100% guarantee that your horse or passersby will always be protected? Or put another way, would you think that every time a car drives... Read More
Belgium’s Jérôme Guery will long remember his first 5* Chantilly. Winner of the Prix French Tour General, he recurred early this afternoon in the prestigious Master Airbus Group presented by Equidia Life with the same grey, Alicante. This second Grand Prix of the Jumping International of... Read More
"The format of the class was really to have the kids be able to go head-to-head," Madden explained. "Before, there would be two or three winners, and they were trying to break away from the idea of having multiple winners in a class that is supposed to deem the 'championship rider.' "I think it's... Read More
Four horses and riders returned to test the jump-off course, designed by Marina Azevedo of Campinas, Brazil, in Friday’s class. It was once again Neshanic Station, New Jersey, equestrian Laura Chapot and her mount Thornhill Kate, who swept the field to garner their second blue ribbon this week... Read More
This week's StallionMarket Highlight Rubinero stands at Hilltop Farm. Who doesn’t love a handsome, black stallion that offers three high-quality gaits, a gentleman’s character, and exceptional rideability? Rubinero is a special stallion that meets the characteristics in high-demand with breeders. Read More
The team to beat was Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, New Jersey, aboard Thornhill Kate, co-owned by Mary Chapot. A clear jump-off round had yet to be seen in the course designed by Marina Azevedo of Campinas, Brazil, until Chapot proved that it could indeed be conquered. Remaining in the ring... Read More