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The USEF's new CEO answers some questions for Equestrian Magazine
After a four-year hiatus from competition, Mary McCormick returned to the arena in 2001 while living in Nashville, Tenn., where she started the state's first vaulting team, the Silver Star Vaulters
Jumping enjoys its place, both nationally and internationally, as one of the most popular and most recognizable equestrian events, aside from Thoroughbred racing.
With locations in Florida and Connecticut, Double H Farm was first started in 2002 with its home base in Wellington. The farm is a stunning, spacious horse-lover’s dream."
The 2014 (and 2011-2013) Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event course designer answers a few of Equestrian Magazine's questions.
Equine Inspired Cocktails & Barware
Top riders tell us about their other four-legged friends.
30 equestrians under the age of the 30 poised to make an indelible impact on the sport.
We've come up with a little something for everyone's wishlist this year.
Riders at the U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions presented by The Dutta Corp and The Dutta Corp Fair Hill International reveal the secrets of their jogging style.
A unique technical approach to horse photography and a mastery of flash lighting creates an artistic study of his equine subjects.
As the U.S. Arabian National Showcase concludes, there is more evidence to support the popular opinion that the 2002 bay Arabian stallion, Afires Heir, is becoming the most significant producer of English Pleasure horses the Arabian Industry has seen in years.
This centuries old Pennsylvania gem sat decaying for decades. Jim and Ali Bruder were behind its stunning re-birth.
Today, the organization named in honor of Dorothy Brooke, spans the globe, and has changed the lives of literally millions of working equines .
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