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Horse Illustrated

The sport of driving is a beautiful thing to watch, but it’s even more fun to participate. Two top professionals in the sport—Leslie Cashion of Louisville, Ky., and Jacob Arnold of Goshen, Ky.—offer some key points to consider on...
Your horse isn’t going to need a great deal of additional work over fences before you go to a show. In fact, whether you’ll be competing your horse in the hunter, the equitation, or the jumper division, it’s entirely...
My New Zealand equestrian vacation all seems like a dream now. Today, as I write this, marks day 32 of my self isolation due to COVID-19, and I would give anything to be back in the saddle on Hannah,...
Just 16 months ago, the sports world came to a standstill, and the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 were no exception. Tokyo 2020 was put on hold until this year—although it is still called “Tokyo 2020”—and will go down in...
What if adopting a horse became as commonplace as adopting a cat or a dog? The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) has taken up the challenge to do exactly that with The Right Horse...
The round pen used to be a rider’s best friend when it came to dealing with a horse that was deemed naturally hyper or easily excitable. The longe line was a common tool in the trailer at every show,...
She’s pregnant,” I called triumphantly over my shoulder to my technician.She was writing down notes for me in my daybook so that I could transcribe them into my computer records that evening. “Right horn. Sixteen days. Single vesicle.”The owners,...
With show season right around the corner, it’s time for a head-to-hoof makeover for your equine partner. Even if you just plan to hit the trails, you’ll enjoy brushing off the last of the winter hair and making your...
It was obvious that the two little feral ponies wanted absolutely nothing to do with humans. They huddled together at the far end of the paddock watching us warily. Lonnie sighed and rested her hands on the wooden fence.“It...
When I started working after law school, I thought I’d be back in the show ring in no time. I didn't want to be missing any horse shows. I was fueled by childhood memories of showground shaved ices, long...
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