Friday, March 5, 2021

No Car and in D.C.? No Problem. The Washington International Horse Show is right...

Above: The Capital One Arena, Tuesday, October 24. Photo by Emily Hayes. By Emily Hayes Horse farms are in abundance in my home state of Connecticut, from backyard, makeshift stalls to large indoor arenas with heated viewing areas. When...

Five Reasons the Washington International Horse Show is a Must-See

Find this article and more inside TPH's 2017 Equitation Issue HERE  BY SARA COOK/JUMP MEDIA “The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund is proud to support the Washington International Horse Show Equitation Finals,” said Lindsay Maxwell, a successful...

Tyler Hardin Excels in Bogata

By Gabi Zupancic The Plaid Horse caught up with Tyler Hardin after a very exciting FEI Children’s Jumper Finals competition in Bogata, Columbia.  Tyler is the 12 year old daughter of Kristin Hardin, a well...

Photo Gallery: Longines Global Champions Tour Had Sunshine, Color and Top Performance

PHOTOS © SARA PIEPER Last week, the Longines Global Champions tour headed to Mexico City for the 1.60m CSI5*. Americans Kent Farrington, Laura Kraut, and Beezie Madden had solid performances, but it was Germany's Jérôme...

Vermont Summer Festival Bucket List

BY LINDSAY BROCK/JUMP MEDIA “Look at that view! How could I not enjoy myself when I’m surrounded by that?” A response like this one, coupled with a motion toward the rolling mountains of southern Vermont,...

A Prix-cisely Grand Weekend at Del Mar

BY CARLY PHOON On May 4th and 5th, the Del Mar Grandstand Arena was the place to be! The $25,000 Surfside Grand Prix (presented by The Competitive Equestrian) took place on Friday, May 4th. This qualifying...

The Scoop on McLain Ward’s Newest Mounts

By Irene Elise Powlick American superstar McLain Ward showed two of his newest horses at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, a grey mare by the name of Bellefleur PS Z and a chestnut...

One More Year: The Olympic Games Remain a Symbol of Hope in a Sea...

BY CATIE STASZAK As a journalist and commentator, I have two main fears in the workplace: not knowing, and not being able to find the answer.  On March 13, equestrians received the email heard ‘round the...

She’s Done It Again: Kristin Hardin’s Big Win at NWSS

BY TORI WEED “She’s done it again!” The quote of the week at the National Western Stock Show as Kristin Hardin takes the third consecutive win in the $10,000 Monarch Gamblers Choice aboard Bert. The Gamblers...

Surbey Surges To The Top

Photo above: SURBEY FURTHERING HIS CANADIAN LEAD IN THE FEI NORTH AMERICAN WESTERN LEAGUE JUMPING-OFF TO 9TH AT THE PALM BEACH MASTERS IN FEBRUARY. PHOTO © ANDREW RYBACK PHOTOGRAPHY. CLICK HERE to read more from the...

Family Fun at the Vermont Summer Festival

Left to right: Patty Foster with her daughter, Ashley, and sister, Marylisa Leffler, during a busy day of riding at the Vermont Summer Festival. Photo by Jump Media. By Lindsay Brock/Jump Media For most families, when...

Who Jumped it Best? WEF $30,000 Pilates Rocks National Grand Prix

ALL PHOTOS BY RANDOLPH PR Hilary McNerney and Singuletto may have ridden away with the victory in the $30,000 Pilates Rocks Grand Prix on Sunday, January 17, at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF), but there’s...

A Rainy Day at the $216k Upperville Jumper Classic CSI4*

Sunday was a bit of a rainy mess at the Upperville Colt & Horse Show in Virginia, but that didn't stop these top jumpers from excelling at the $216k Upperville Jumper Classic. The day...

McLain Ward Wins the First Longines Grand Prix of New York

BY ANNIE BIRMINGHAM McLain Ward clinched the victory in the very first CSI5* Longines Grand Prix of New York with his own Clinta on the last day of the competition’s inaugural week. Hailed a “hometown...

Celebrating the Round: AIG $1 Million Grand Prix

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN I've taken a lot of pictures at horse shows. While it's really exciting to nail the shot of a hunter cracking its back over the high option in the International Derby,...

Rodrigo Lambre Tops First Day of CSIO5* Action at Thunderbird Show Park

BY CATIE STASZAK FOR THUNDERBIRD SHOW PARK Langley, British Columbia — Rodrigo Lambre (BRA) knew the expansive field at Thunderbird Show Park suited his horse impeccably, and he called on his longtime partner Chapilot’s strengths...

Celebrating the Round: AIG $1 Million at HITS Coachella

PHOTOS © TORRENCE SULLIVAN Whether the prize is $1 million or something much smaller, we know that our horses deserve love and appreciation no matter what the stakes. That's why we love these "Celebrating the...

Vandamme and Bonjorno Say Hello to Two Gold Medals

Article by: Irene Elise Powlick, Photos by: Mackenzie Shuman After a trying four rounds, Elise Vandamme and her own Bonjorno came away with both the Team Gold and Individual Gold Medals at the Zones 7& 8 Children’s and...

Jamie Barge and Luebbo: From a Fourth in Ocala’s Million to the World Cup...

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN California based US rider, Jamie Barge, and her mount Luebbo have been on fire lately. The pair recently blasted into top ribbons at the Great American Million in Ocala, Florida,...

Bright Lights, Big City: Patrice Delaveau Thrills at Longines Masters of Hong Kong as...

BY LINDSAY BROCK/JUMP MEDIA Horses in iconic cities is a phenomenon that has taken show jumping by storm in recent years, and none do it better than the Longines Masters. Traveling to Hong Kong in...

Mighty Nice: USA’s International Horse of the Year

Written by Irene Elise Powlick Owned by the HnD Group, Mighty Nice made headlines at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games in the eventing discipline. After two other members of the US Eventing Team...

Compton Junior Equestrians: “It’s amazing what these kids can do with the right support...

A clear round in the Open 1.15m can have a far greater impact than simply providing an opportunity for a schooling round. At the Desert Circuit in Thermal, CA, Zoie Brogdon rode Emilion to...