Moving Forward: Francesca Mazella

Robbed of her riding dreams by a traumatic brain injury, former national equitation champion Francesca Mazella embraces life with discipline and forward thinking.

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Gaining a World of Insight from a One-Eyed Horse

Heather Young couldn’t be more proud of the accomplishments of Norman, the one-eyed horse she didn’t intend to adopt.

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Jim Wofford: 2014 WEG: A Victim of Its Own Success?

The World Equestrian Games seemed like a good idea in 1990. Now, not so much.

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Jenny Susser: Mental Strategies to Improve Your Ride

Top sport psychologist Jenny Susser offers tools to help you flex your mental muscle to improve riding at home and in the show ring.

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Kelly Gage: Engaging Riders and Opening Doors

Kelly Gage and the 14.1 Welsh Cob mare, Bro A Bryn SwirnaiTeamed EnGaged LLC founder Kelly Gage works to offer affordable, accessible clinics with world-class instructors. “I also discovered something that many riders never realize: Most top-level trainers are friendly...

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Giving Talent Wings: Victoria Colvin

With the support of her family and trainers, Victoria Colvin has left stardom in the pony ring to pursue even bigger dreams.

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Jim Wofford: The Line Between Good and Great

Many riders are good; few are great. What’s the difference?

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Sporthorse Star Care

The behind-the-scenes routines of four elite equine athletes: Coral Reef Via Volo, Brunello, Ballynoe Castle RM and Legolas 92.

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Reaching for Rolex, Part II: Happy to Finish

Three eventers who completed the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event for the first time this year share what it was like to actually be there after all the getting ready.

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A Fresh Look at Fencing

Thoughtful solutions for four different horse fencing projects

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A Fresh Look at Horse Fencing

Whether you’re building a new fence or upgrading an existing one, this new system will help you make the best choices.

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Jim Wofford: The Kaleidoscope: Our Sport Is Changing As We Watch

Jim analyzes trends he sees and trends he would like to see in eventing.

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A Passion for Horses Emerges

Chincoteague ponies teach young rider Georgia Kalmoutis the value of doing what you love.

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Big Lessons from A Small Island

A visit to the tiny island of Guam taught this rider to change herself instead of changing horses.

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What Happens in Vegas: The 2015 World Cup

Here’s a preview of what will happen when the jumping and dressage finals shine under the glamorous city’s bright lights next spring.

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