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I Adermie R 4 Gives Vale Wings in CSI3* 1.45m Speed at Winter Spectacular...

Edited Press Release The opening day of Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) CSI3* competition at World Equestrian Center – Ocala opened with a heartfelt victory for Aaron Vale (USA) and I Adermie R 4 (Den Ham...

Alesi Farms: Creating a Legacy in American Hunter Breeding

Home of Marabet Farm and Olde Oaks Farm By Victoria Sheehan Paris is always a good idea. Paris, Kentucky, sits in the heart of Bourbon county. Less than 10,000 people call this town home. There are...

Hannah Selleck’s Horse Girl Aesthetic

The jumper rider shares her style—and a bit of her story  By Julie Claire Ma Hannah Selleck is the type of person who, when asked to name her favorite Canadian, snubs Drake in order to name...

Classic Win Lands Lexi Ray and Lukaku Vd Bisschop the WEF 5 High Amateur...

By Sarah Welk Baynum & Catie Staszak Twenty-three-year-old Lexi Ray of Campbellville, Ontario, has hit the halfway mark of the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in flying form. Ray and her 12-year-old Belgian bred gelding Lukaku...

Shadow Pond Stables’ Rising Star Quix des Dames Acquired for Aaron Vale

By Catie Staszak for Shadow Pond Stables Brooke Kemper develops and sells a most exciting prospect for top sport. Last summer, international show jumper Brooke Kemper went to Europe with an equine shopping list.Kemper, who alongside...

A Look Into TerraNova Equestrian Center – Florida’s New Showing Destination

By Nancy Jaffer Down a road edged by scrubby pine trees and live oaks hung with Spanish moss, the half-hour drive east from Sarasota ends with the sighting of spectacular showgrounds. It’s seemingly in the...

Oh No: Meet Aaron Vale’s Newest Ride at WEC – Ocala

By Catie Staszak Sometimes I feel like horse owners and breeders are out to get the announcer (or in my case, the commentator). If I'm uncertain about the pronunciation of a name, I'll almost always...

Prixview: The Derby Field Was Made for Tic Tac. But Who Else Excels on...

By Catie Staszak for Prixview Week 2 of the Winter Equestrian Festival offers an early opportunity for horses to jump on a different surface. The grass derby field at the Stadium is one of the...

Prixview Course Comparison: Breaking Down Performance at WEF’s Annual FEI Opener

By Catie Staszak for Prixview Since the addition of WEF Premiere in 2021, WEF 1 has brought with it the first international classes of the annual Winter Equestrian Festival—kicking off 12 straight weeks of FEI...

American Bred Motueka: An Awkward Start and a Grand Prix Future

By Victoria Sheehan Peering over the edge of the stall door, young Angela Pritchard stretched her 4-year-old legs to stretch as far as they could go. With wisps of hay in her hair and the...

Neal Shapiro: Aim High – Part I

BY ANN JAMIESON A Walk in the Park As a child, Neal Shapiro liked to draw. There were two things, in particular, he enjoyed drawing: horses and airplanes. Neal's father first lifted him up onto a...

Capital Challenge: A Look Inside the Storied First Stop on the Indoors Circuit

BY SABRINA BRASHARES/JUMP MEDIA Capital Challenge kicked off the Indoors season this year once again, bringing the best in the nation to Prince George’s Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro, MD. The 29th edition of the horse...

2022 in Review: By the (Prixview) Numbers

By Catie Staszak for Prixview There's no questioning that the year 2022 has had some standout figures. The names Killer Queen, King Edward and HH Azur certainly come to mind when looking back at the...

Coyle Maintains World Cup Form in Fort Worth

By Catie Staszak for FEI Daniel Coyle (IRL) has had to be patient when it comes to World Cup competition. During the 2019-2020 North American League season, he recorded two victories and was preparing...

Prixview Case Study: Is There a Correlation Between Young Horse Success and Success at...

By Catie Staszak for Prixview This we know: Success at the top levels of show jumping sport is the culmination of years of careful development. But what patterns exist among the sport's best equine athletes? As...

Rescued Show Jumper Takes Memorable Win at Desert Horse Park

By Tori Bilas A few things are for certain in this sport: It takes hard work to succeed and sometimes you find success in the most unlikely of places. That’s something Naomi Gard knows all too...

Prixview: Taking at ‘Schott’ at Holiday & Horses CSI4*

By Catie Staszak for Prixview A lot of pressure can come with taking over the ride of an already established mount. Just imagine if the former rider of your horse was Beezie Madden. But Callie Schott,...

The Magic of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Canada’s Crown Jewel Horse Show celebrates 100 years By Nancy Jaffer For 100 years, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto has been a horse show like no other. Of course, no other horse show is...

Teamwork and Consistency Result in a Career Comeback for Charley

One of the greatest fears for a rider is that their once-in-a-lifetime horse will become injured. In 2019, this worry turned into a reality for Rileigh Tibbott who was thinking about retiring her heart...

Milestone First World Cup Win for Lillie Keenan in Las Vegas

By Catie Staszak for FEI It had been seven months since Lillie Keenan (USA) had jumped internationally in the United States when she met her stallion Agana van het Gerendal Z for the Longines FEI...

Prixview: Setting the Morning Line in Vegas

By Catie Staszak for Prixview The old adage goes like this: What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Much of that entails a trip to the casino or sports book. So, what better place than just...

Quilona V Z Officially Retired in Great Southwest Equestrian Center Ceremony

The 18-year-old Zangersheide mare Quilona V Z, owned by Carolyn Elsey since 2008, was retired in a special ceremony held on Saturday, November 12, at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy, TX. After being...