20 Awesome Spots and Dots That Brighten Up Hunter/Jumper Shows

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BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN

Though I’ve been extremely fortunate to own and ride great horses in my life, there’s a holy grail that keeps eluding me. I dream about, yearn for and obsess over pintos. If we’re getting specific, big, bay tobianos but really I’m not picky. If it has color, I’m all for it. 

Alas, I’ve always followed the “a good horse is never a bad color” adage when shopping, and have had a string of plain bays and chestnuts… but one day! Until then, I love to drool over color any time I see it. Here are some amazing examples of color in the hunter/jumper world!

Photo by Adam Hill
Photo by Lauren Mauldin
Photo courtesy of Piper Klemm
Photo by Tori Weed
Photo by Lauren Mauldin
Photo by Lilly Johnson
Photo by Tori Weed
Photo by Ali Mikhail
Photo by Lauren Mauldin
Photo by Lauren Mauldin
Photo by Emily McNeil
Photo by Emily McNeil
Photo by Tori Weed
Photo by Lauren Mauldin
Photo by Lauren Mauldin
Photo by Elise Stephens

 

Photo by Emily Lucibello
Photo by Lauren Mauldin
Photo by Lauren Mauldin
Photo by Lauren Mauldin

About the Author: Lauren holds an MFA in creative nonfiction from the University of California Riverside, and is a lifelong rider and writer. Beyond equestrian journalism, she explores body positivity, mental health and addiction through personal narrative. She enjoys showing on the local hunter/jumper circuit in Austin, Texas.

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