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It was icing on the cake for Ward who was also celebrating her birthday.Out of a field of 48 horse-and-rider combinations, Morgan Ward and Cypress rose to the top to lead the victory gallop around the storied arena. Read More
While discovering the mass appeal of equestrian style in the fashion world, combined with her desire for more stylish riding clothing herself, Arianna was inspired to create a lifestyle clothing brand that would appeal to both high level equestrians and those with a love of equestrian fashion. Read More
Beginning with this 2018-19 season, the Dressage discipline has been officially added into the IEA membership process, allowing riders, coaches and teams to officially register as IEA Dressage members. Read More
After packing up her two best horses, Liz Atkins of Benchmark Stables in Hampshire, Illinois navigated her way across the boarder to take in the outstanding competition experience as only the renowned Spruce Meadows Tournaments in Calgary, Alberta Canada can offer. Read More
Whoop De Doo has some big things in store for the coming months. “She feels like she is ready for the Grand Prix. We will take her to the 7-year-old finals at the end of the year and that will be enough for her this year.” Read More
In very poor condition when rescued from a pound as a two-year-old by the Hennessy family from Waterford in Ireland, the mare survived a near-fatal injury and then produced a surprise foal before beginning her Eventing career and eventually moving on across the Irish Sea. Read More
"I honestly thought I was going to cry. All my friends came from Utah to support me. It felt so good. I was ready to jump-off against Sydney because she is such a good rider. Everything just felt great. I didn’t have a doubt about a distance to any jump, anything at all. I felt like it was the... Read More
Kat Fuqua and her own Brighton modeled, hacked and jumped their way to a two-day total score of 1,063.65 in the Large Regular Pony Hunters, impressively putting them in a league all their own. Read More
“It was always my goal to be in the top three at Pony Finals and I never thought it was going to happen,” said Downey. Read More
A tense competition was not decided until the very last horse left the arena, with Mexico, led by Stanny Van Paesschen, finishing on a two round total of eight faults to take victory. Italy, France and the home team from Ireland all finished on 12 faults in a share of second place, ahead of USA... Read More

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