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Rowan Willis Knows Chestnut Mares

By Julie Claire Ma Dashing Australian Rowan Willis has been dominating the North American show jumping circuit with his star mount, Blue Movie. Blue Movie is...

Mares Ruled Indoors!

At Harrisburg this fall, Elina won gold with Ansgar Holtgers Jr. in the $15,000 Neue Schule/USEF Prix Des States Team Champion-ships, while Ever So...

Queens of the Turf: Racing’s Greatest Broodmares

In the world of Thoroughbred racing, the greatest stars are often bred in the black. The product of generations of careful and selective breeding,...

Multi Tasking Mares

By Patti Schofler A man who bred five Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes winners and the first Triple Crown winner ever (in 1919) was also...

“We’re All Horse People.” How Purina’s Specialized Research Benefits Horses Everywhere

By Tyler Bui It takes a village to create and maintain the equine athletes in equestrian sports. There are so many factors that play a...

Willy Arts on the Spectacular KWPN Dutch Warmblood

This is the second story in Margie Sloan’s “So! Who’s Your Daddy” series about some incredible stallions and their babies    By Margie Sloan The elegance...

Whitethorne LLC: How This Women-Led Business Is Creating Opportunities for Others   

By Tyler Bui In this sport, education and opportunity are invaluable—and Whitethorne LLC strives to contribute their share of each for the industry.  Led by Georgy...

What is the Safest Time to Graze a Horse or Pony Who’s at Risk...

By Camilla Whishaw, BHSc (Nat) This short answer is: in the early morning (3am -10am).* Why is that? Several key factors influence the level of sugar in...

Frank Chapot: It’s All About the Team and the Country

BY ANN JAMIESON Early Life Born in Camden, New Jersey, in 1932, Frank Chapot began a life centered around horses with a small pony which he...

Book Excerpt: ‘Monday Morning,’ from For the Love of the Horse, Volume III

By Ann JamiesonReprinted with permission from Ann Jamieson When his long, but not particularly illustrious, racing career ended with a bowed tendon, Monday Morning was...

Our Bab Tops Randolph D. Rouse Stakes at Colonial Downs

By Tod Marks Leipers Fork Steeplechasers' Our Bab, the least experienced runner in the field of seven, made a wide sweeping move turning for home...

The Worst Hurt: When The Best Choice for Your Horse is to Sell Them

BY ANONYMOUS Sometimes it is just time to let go.  It is time to humanely euthanize to end an animal's suffering.  The why and when...

Sharn Wordley and Valentine Car Race to Victory in $100,000 Stella Artois Grand Prix...

Edited Press Release Ocala, FL – There was standing room only at World Equestrian Center – Ocala as spectators gathered to watch the highlight event...

Betty Oare: It’s Been a Good Life, So Far – Part II

BY ANN JAMIESON Navy Commander "Navy Commander was a brave, brave, Thoroughbred. Red started showing him and he was well broke," remembers Betty. At the time...

Baiker and C’est Jolie Win Overall Grand Champion 3’3″ at Adequan®/USEF Junior Hunter National...

From the US Equestrian Communications Department San Juan Capistrano, Calif. – The 2022 Adequan®/USEF Junior Hunter National Championship – West closed out with exciting championship wins...

PURINA: Demystifying Your Horse’s Nutritional Needs

How cutting-edge science, research, and innovation set the brand’s feed and supplements apart By Tyler Bui  Equine nutrition is constantly evolving, and the number of nutritional...

Tips From the Top: “Stay Calm” is the Bottom Line for Denise Moriarty, Kent...

Edited Press Release As the long-time groom for US Olympic show jumper Kent Farrington, Denise Moriarty has been thriving at the highest level of the...

The Save America’s Forgotten Equines Act

Thousands of Equines are Sent Abroad to Slaughter—the Senate Must Vote to Pass a Bill to Save Them By Margie Sloan Death is inevitable for our horses....

Newcomers Score in Summer Kickoff at Colonial Downs

By Tod Marks In the first steeplechase of the National Steeplechase Association summer season, Carrington Holdings' Ancient Times, a five-year-old New York-bred, went wire-to-wire under...

From Another Lifetime: Katie Monahan Prudent Part II

by Ann Jamieson Noren Katie knew it was time to have a Grand Prix horse of her own. The two fathers who had helped Katie buy...

McKayla Langmeier Masters $25,000 Traverse City National Grand Prix

Edited Press Release Continuing her winning streak, McKayla Langmeier of East Grandby, CT, captured another big win Saturday in the $25,000 Traverse City National Grand...

From Racehorse to Companion Pony

BY DIANA BEZDEDEANU If I had to pick out the biggest lesson I have learned to date from owning horses, it would be that nothing...