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“The [Handy] course was very fun and I loved riding in this [Grand Prix] field. When I walked it, it had a lot of challenging questions. The most challenging obstacle was the trot jump after the last oxer, which was quite big,” said Stearns. Read More
The most decorated Olympic show jumper of all time, winning seven medals, five of which were gold passed away July 9, 2018 at the age of 91. Read More
The sun streamed through the clouds to light up the main arena, as 40,000 passionate equestrian fans waited for the world’s top international riders to contend for the second Major of the year in the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping. Read More
Young Dutch athletes proved the dominant force at the Longines FEI European Championships 2018 for Children, Juniors and Young Riders which drew to a close at Le Grand Parquet in Fontainebleau, France yesterday. Read More
You’ve got the air conditioner on blast. Your favorite shades are at the ready. An ice coffee is in the cup holder. It’s time for a summer road trip and you’re ready to ride in style. But are your horses? Read More
Two glistening high flying jumpers caught the eye of Omega Alpha Pharmaceuticals, Inc. With their overall good health and happy demeanors they where obvious choices for the Omega Alpha Healthy Horse Award, which is presented throughout the Summer in the Rockies Series held at The Colorado Horse... Read More
Millar, aptly dubbed ‘Captain Canada’ by his fans, earned the win with a jump-off time of 37.88 seconds aboard Ericson, owned by Millar Brooke Farm, and he finished second riding another Millar Brooke Farm entry, Truman, with a jump-off time of 39.37 seconds. Read More
Paul Jewell of Ewing, NJ, set the courses for Sunday’s Classic with six horses advancing to the jump-off. Jennifer Kocher bested the field by nearly two seconds with a double-clear effort in 42.65 seconds riding Miss Moneypenny, an entry owned by her husband and international grand prix rider... Read More
“I really respect this fantastic mare,” said Lamaze of his 2016 Olympic individual bronze medal partner. “She gives me everything she has and really understands the competition. We had a few rattles in the first round, and it made her that much better for the second round.” Read More
Samantha Cooper aboard Ellen Malson's Nandino captured the top honors during the first week of the Brandywine Horse Show series during the week's feature class, the $10,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby that concluded on Sunday, July 1. Read More

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