Friday, March 5, 2021

Devon Sibling Spotlight: The Propp Sisters

BY ANNIE BIRMINGHAM Stella, Juliette, and Clara Propp are a trio of siblings hailing from New York, New York. Stella, 15, competes in the 3’3” junior hunters aboard Maraschino, Morocco, and Neato, in addition to...

A “Really” Good Trip Earns 3rd in the Derby Finals Classic Round

BY LAUREN MAULDIN It was a strong day in Kentucky for west coast riders. For some, a really strong day. Really, a ten-year-old Mecklenburg black roan gelding, earned a combined score of 270.5 to place...

Developing Champions for Life

By Jennifer Bliss I have always admired horse and rider combinations that have been able to withstand the test of time in the show ring and continue to win year after year. These tried and...

Carrico: a Stallion for All Rings

This article was originally published in the February 2017 Stallion Issue. View the issue here. BY SISSY WICKES Seaman and Dignelli met at Ludger Beerbaum’s farm in Germany to try a beautiful 16.3 stallion by Catoki...

Jessica Lohman: A Woman in All Corners of the Equine Industry

BY VYLA CARTER Throughout her life, Jessica (Jessi) Lohman, of Poolesville, MD, has found herself in virtually every corner of the equestrian industry. She rode in the hunters and did fox hunting as a child,...

Under Saddles Are Here to Stay

By Ashley Shaw   Under Saddles are a traditional part of hunter divisions. We’ve all sat in the bleachers,following the beautiful movers and discussing with friends who the winner will be. And we have all fought...

Who Jumped It Best? Upperville High Performance Hunters

It's time for another Who Jumped It Best?! Pull up a chair under the shade from the oak trees and watch the High Performance Hunters from the 2018 Upperville Colt & Horse Show. The...

Climbing Quickly: Lauren Little Has the Formula for Success

By TPH Editor Lauren Mauldin How does one define the formula that makes for a successful rider? Many would start with natural talent. An eye that leads them to perfect distances, poise in the saddle....

A Dream Derby Weekend: Saturday Finals Photo Gallery

Derby Finals 2019 was a weekend of sunshine, impeccable turned out horses, and incredible competition. Enjoy these photos from Saturday's Derby Challenge and Handy rounds.

Kendall Meijer Finds the Perfect Partnership

BY SISSY WICKES The story is not unusual. Kendall Meijer’s family planned a summer vacation at a dude ranch out west and decided that she should take a few riding lessons to prepare. At the...

Retraining the OTTB Hunter with Caitlin Maloney

BY LAUREN MAULDIN Thoroughbreds are talented, budget friendly, smart and extremely willing horses… so why don’t we see more of them in the hunter ring? After all, Thoroughbreds were the original hunters far before the...

Deputyartee the OTTB: From a Critical Joint Infection to HITS Circuit Champion

BY LORIANN RUSTIGIAN Deputyartee, my seven-year-old OTTB gelding, was a plain brown wrapper of a gelding when I met him in September 2017. But he had the biggest, kindest, softest eye and I knew that I had to...

Who Jumped it Best? USHJA International Hunter Derby at WEF Premiere

The first derby of the winter circuit in South Florida came at the new Wellington Premiere show with the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby. Hannah Isop rode Believe to top honors, with Carousel and...

National Show Hunter Hall of Fame: Bold Minstrel

BY PURE DRAPER OSBORN Bold Minstrel is the only horse in history to medal in three Pan American Games and one Olympic Games in two different disciplines: eventing and show jumping. Imagine a horse today...

Technicolor: A Champion Remembered, 2010–2018

Lindsay Maxwell’s famed hunter, Technicolor, tragically died this spring due to complications from cardiomyopathy. The stunning bay gelding was as kind as he was talented, as beautiful as he was athletic. Technicolor burst on to...

Monday Balous Keeps on Winning for Redfield Farm & Don Stewart

The Plaid Horse American-bred Feature By Catie Staszak Emil Spadone and Don Stewart had very different vantage points when they first saw Eros SCF in the USHJA International Hunter Derby at the 2017 Jump for the Children...

WCHR West Coast Ones to Watch: Meet Three Developing Pros Currently Leading the...

BY EMILY RIDEN/JUMP MEDIA Each year, the Capital Challenge Horse Show in Upper Marlboro, MD, attracts the country’s top hunter horses and riders from all across the nation.  With the best of the best together in...

Who Jumped It Best? HITS Coachella 3’6″ Junior/AO Hunters

Judging this class requires no travel time, certification or long days in the sun! Take a look at these talented riders and their beautiful hunters from HITS Coachella. These pictures are all from the...

Scenes From 2018 Devon Junior Weekend

BY IRENE ELISE POWLICK The first few days of The Devon Horse Show and County Fair have been filled with wins, sunshine, and excitement to be showing at one of the greatest and most historic...

Steve & Lisa Hankin: UNDENIABLY ALL IN

Find this article and more inside the 2017 Equitation Issue of TPH, HERE! Above photo: Lisa Hankin on Undeniable. Photo by Beth Taylor. By Sissy Wickes  Californians Steve and Lisa Hankin endured the rainy, cold conditions of September...

Braiding Her Own Horse is Part of Amateur and Lawyer Erin Prutow’s Show Prep

BY ERIN PRUTOW My primary concern is that people can’t tell I braided myself! So long as no one notices the braids are not done by a professional, I’m more than happy to keep doing...

On Hunters and Horsemen

By Robin Greenwood Probably our biggest controversy in the Hunter Jumper world at this time is the use of drugs on horses. This is not a new problem. Drug rules and drug testing went into...