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Make the step up from local schooling shows to USEF-recognized competition with confidence, using these tips a licensed steward, judge, and course designer.
From stock shows, film festivals, Western art, concerts, rodeos, races, auctions, cowboy poetry and cook-offs, here are 101 Western events you won’t want to miss this year. From American Cowboy.
Horse racing is one of the most ancient past-times. The types of racing we are most familiar with today, steeple chasing (which involves hurdles) and flat racing (which requires speed and stamina over a flat track), hail to aristocratic and royal British society.
A three-time dressage Olympian and judge tells you what to watch for in a Grand Prix dressage test.
Learn what to watch for in eventing, one of the eight equestrian sports contested at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games and the 2012 Olympics.