Although Britain's Leslie Law mostly stayed out of the "limey-light" at Rolex 2003, his trademark quiet, purposeful riding and good horsemanship turned an initially disappointing weekend into one of solid accomplishment. | MORE
Meet Laine Ashker, an eventer who left several Olympic veterans in her dust at the 2006 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event.
Chris Ewanouski came from behind to make history at the New England Equitation Championship in 2005. Now he’s hoping to make his mark on the entire hunter/jumper world. | MORE
There is a better way to fall off your horse--you can learn, and it can make a difference. | MORE
Does eventing need to be fixed--and if so, how? Reprinted from the August 2008 issue of Practical Horseman magazine. | MORE
Dream versus reality: what one horseowner--and former boarder--learned from starting a boarding barn and testing the adage, "To get it done right, do it yourself." | MORE
Thanks to advances in fabric and design, a fly sheet is a more effective option than ever for helping your horse stay comfortable during bug season. | MORE