At first glance, you might think your horse’s bit fits just right. But take a closer look, and you may find that your equine athlete needs something shorter, heavier, or a different shape altogether. Read More
The 21-year old Hexagons Ollright has passed away at his home in Great Britain on Monday morning 22 May 2017. Read More
In her last year of eligibility in the Under 25 division, Kaitlin Blythe claimed victory by winning the ‘Brentina Cup’ Championship aboard Don Principe. “I am so grateful, especially to my horse,” Blythe said. “He tries his heart out and truly has a heart of gold." Read More
Insurance can be a very expensive product. When the premium bill comes, it is easy to get into "that won't happen to me" mode and not adequately insure. Read More
Maye, recalled the days he drove tandem frequently in England, and works his four in hand combos frequently to fine tune their skills as he continues the the team dream for Harmony Sporthorses from Kiowa CO. Read More
Before the Intermediate I class got underway on the third day of The U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions, selected riders and spectators were given an educational “Olympian Experience” presented by Dressage Today with Robert Dover and Laura Graves. Read More
On the second day of The Dutta Corp. U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions,Olivia LaGoy-Weltz and Lonoir, a 13-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding, rode into first place in the Grand Prix Special. Read More
Natalie Pai returned to the ring at the USET Foundation’s headquarters focused and determined to win riding Unlimited. “I usually ride a little conservatively, but today I just asked him to go a little more. I’ve been really struggling with my [flying] changes all season and this is the first... Read More
To kick-off the first class of the U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions at the historic venue, Olympian Kasey Perry-Glass and Goerklintgaards Dublet, a 14-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding, were victorious in the FEI Grand Prix class. Read More
At The Dutta Corp. U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions, Molly Paris won the Intermediate II 16–25 aboard Countess. "My mare came out as well as she could,” Paris said. “There is still room for improvement, but I am super thrilled with how today went.” Read More

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