Stephen Hayes FEI Dressage rider and trainer born and raised in Liverpool in the UK has been living and competing in the USA now for almost 5 years. It’s been one heck of a year for this British Dressage rider and we are excited to see what the future holds. Read More
The last weekend in October was a true celebration of the horse in Tryon, North Carolina. Volunteers from varying segments the horse world came together to raise awareness of equine welfare, and the result was a celebration of horses, film and community. Read More
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Waller of Stockbridge, MA, made the trip to Toronto’s iconic Royal Horse Show to win the Green Meadows Four-In-Hand Coaching Appointments Class. For Harvey and Mary Waller, driving at The Royal has been a tradition for nearly 20 years. “Every year now, it’s like, ‘it’s... Read More
Don’t miss the 67th Annual SFHJA Charity Horse Show! This event has raised hundreds of thousands in donations over the years for Equestrian Aid Foundation and other worthy nonprofits. Read More
Full of valuable advice and illustrated with examples of how the author has helped well-known equestrians, The Power To Win is a valuable tool for all competitive or recreational riders-indeed, any athlete-at any level, as well as for instructors and parents. Read More
Christine Malpartida of Region 3 also had a big weekend with Freudentänze as the pair earned a score of 75.909% for the unanimous win under all three judges in the Training Level Adult Amateur Championship at the 2017 US Dressage Finals. Read More
For the last two years, Callie Jones has competed with Don Philippo at top FEI Junior and Young Rider competitions. And at just 19 years old, Jones had to draw upon all of that experience to successfully top a field full of adults and professionals and win the Fourth Level Freestyle Open... Read More
For the last two years, 28-year-old Adult Amateur competitor Taryn Anderson of Erie, Colo. has successfully qualified to represent Region 5 at the US Dressage Finals. Both of those years, she also had to make the decision not go to simply because she couldn’t afford it. But this year she was... Read More
For every threat of a mishap, there’s usually a simple safety measure that you can apply to eliminate or drastically reduce the possibility of an accident. However, you have to make sure you are looking in all the right places for possible pitfalls. Read More
A sold-out crowd of more than 6,000 spectators packed the Ricoh Coliseum and were treated to show jumping sport at its finest as 23 riders challenged the final track set by 2016 Rio Olympic course designer Guilherme Jorge. The night belonged to Towell, who blazed around the jump-off track with... Read More

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