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U.S. Equestrian is excited to unveil a new name and an updated look for its popular student athlete recognition program, the U.S. Equestrian Athlete Lettering Program. Now renamed as the U.S. Equestrian Interscholastic Athlete Program, it will continue to...
To win the world’s longest horse race, Robert Long employed equal parts preparation and smarts. In August, the 70-year-old became the oldest winner of the Mongol Derby, which involves racing more than 600 miles across the Mongolian Steppe, recreating...
As young riders graduate high school, a concern among many is where and how they can keep riding during their college years. There are several intercollegiate riding programs in the United States that offer riding opportunities and camaraderie for...
Champion trainer Julian Nemmers explains how to navigate through AQHA Ranch Riding Pattern 1.For Pattern 1, you’ll enter with a big walk, moving around the corner, and then start the trot.The collected trot is first but should be ground...
The Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) leadership announced that they will add ranch riding classes to their growing western division. Ranch riding competition includes the individual performance of an approved pattern. The patterns emulate maneuvers commonly used in ranch...
It sounded like he was being dive-bombed by sea-planes when I spoke with Pedro Cebulka last week.“That’s another one coming over now,” he’d say with a laugh as our conversation about his life and times had to be put...
Whether it is an open or breed show, a mountain trail challenge, or a mounted archery competition, I love showing. When COVID-19 quickly shut down all events, summer was suddenly feeling empty. Thankfully, horse people are resourceful folk, and...
The FEI European Championships in the Olympic and Paralympic disciplines of jumping, eventing, dressage and para dressage will not be held in 2021 due to the revised dates for the Tokyo Games next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic....
There are many important questions pertaining to equine conditioning and fitness as we all look forward to returning to work. Hilary Clayton, BVMS, Ph.D., Dipl. ACVSMR, MRCVS, served for almost 17 years as the Mary Anne McPhail Dressage Chair...
Imagine a snow globe. Inside is the city of London, England. There’s the bridge, Big Ben, the river, Buckingham palace. Now give it a shake and it turns into a Christmas wonderland, where ponies prance, jumpers leap, and elves...
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