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Nancy Shulins, author of "Falling for Eli," urges women everywhere to celebrate their equine “children.”
April 28, 2013--William Fox-Pitt comes in second and Nicholson also gets third. Buck Davidson is the highest placed U.S. Rider.
April 28, 2013-- Shawn Flarida earned the winner’s share of the $100,000 Kentucky Reining Cup at the Kentucky Horse Park, riding Wimps Quixote Cody.
April 28, 2013--This is the second consecutive victory for the United States in the Rolex/FEI World Cup Final. Simon is a 14-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Abigail Wexner.
April 27, 2013--American Buck Davidson sits in third place going into tomorrow's final jumping competition.
April 21, 2013--These grants were awarded in order for the combinations to take part in CDI competitions throughout Europe in preparation for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
April 13, 2013-- Ten teams of international dressage riders met on Friday for a chance to win the Wellington Nations Cup CDIO3.
April 7, 2013--Aboard Rothchild, Ward was able to emerge victorious as one of the few riders in history to ever capture three American Invitational victories.
Blair Darnell has been horseback riding from Europe to the Rio Grande.
March 19, 2013--Although the U.S. team placed behind Canada, the United States was rewarded with the High Point Rider Award to Mary Jordan.
March 19, 2013--The United States was represented for the first time by male vaulter Gabe Aniello.
March 19, 2013--With a first-place prize of $350,000 on the line, Germany’s Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum rose to the occasion, piloting Bella Donna to a paycheck she will not soon forget.
Horsewoman Ann Call didn’t let the challenges in her life ever slow her down.
The award winners, who are from all the world, are individuals honored for promoting equestrian safety.
The Alltech National Horse Show returns to the Alltech Arena in Lexington, Kentucky, on October 29 through November 3, 2013.
Each year this award is presented to a young rider in one of the Olympic disciplines who exemplifies both sportsmanship and horsemanship.
Fellers has displayed consistent excellence in international competition and high standards of sportsmanlike conduct while serving as an ambassador for the US and equestrian sport.
Wentz was recognized as a nominee for 2012 Equestrian of the Year and his partner NTEC Richter Scale as nominee for 2012 Horse of the Year.
Fellers was the first American in 25 years to win the Rolex/FEI World Cup Final and the highest placing U.S. Equestrian at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Flexible and Jersey Boy were named 2012 USEF International Horse of the Year and USEF National Horse of the year respectively.
In the second book in the Brookmeade Young Rider Series, Sarah and her young Thoroughbred continue growing and learning together, despite trouble with the barn's "mean girls."
This Warrior Wellness program and its American Quarter Horses serve those who served their country.
Seventeen-year-old Gadd was selected from an outstanding group of youth representing their respective recognized breed and discipline affiliates from across the country.
Nancy Shulins, an award-winning writer for the Associated Press, tells the story of her midlife entry into the horse world and the unconditional love that develops between her and her high-maintenance...
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