Sunday, July 12, 2020

Pumpkin Pony Poptarts DIY

By Intern Vyla Carter Want Instagram worthy horse treats without paying too much? Then this is the DIY for you! This sweet treat will have your horse begging for more. With only a few ingredients,...

TPH Review: Total Saddle Fit Shoulder Relief Girth

By TPH Web Director Betsy Kelley | Above photo by Allison Wallace/Platinum Images Ergonomic girths; does my horse need one? Are they just a fad, or are they the newest innovation in equine comfort? This...

TPH Celebrates Publisher Piper Klemm’s Wedding!

Photos © Byron Roe Photography Team TPH spent this past weekend celebrating the marriage of our fabulous Publisher, Piper Klemm, Ph.D. Enjoy your sneak peek into the intimate (and snowy!)  June ceremony at Timberline Lodge in Mt. Hood,...

Sapphire Riding Academy is Doug Boyd’s Comeback

Read more from the 2016 Young Horse Issue by CLICKING HERE!  PHOTOS ANDREW RYBACK PHOTOGRAPHY You’ve heard it said that there’s no place like home. In Doug Boyd’s case, that has rung true since he relocated...

Sanchez Steals the Show

By Mackenzie Shuman Saturday’s grand opening at Balmoral Park in Crete, Illinois, was a day of fabulous family fun and exciting equestrian events. HITS Chicago presented the Showplace Spring Spectacular, culminating in the $50,000 Purina...

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...

Fashion Flash: Riders Boutique

By Mackenzie Shuman When a rider goes shopping at a horse show, they are usually looking for functional, performance-based, attractive clothing or gear. Riders Boutique offers an array of unique options. Riders Boutique look specifically...

What I Learned On the A-Circuit

Photo by Deb Dawson Photography By Intern Lauren Aubert You are gliding down an open road, over bumps, potholes, gravel; your nerves are bubbling inside of you like boiling water, ready to explode out into the...

A Thank You Note To My First Pony

By Grace Salmon Thank you, to my very first pony, who helped me fall in love with this sport. Thank you for teaching me what horsemanship was and for being the one who allowed me to...

Gitsie’s Specialty Coffee

By Mackenzie Shuman If you've shown at either HITS Ocala or Summer in the Rockies, the name Gitsie’s Specialty Coffee makes your mouth water. Their scrumptious sweets, splendid coffees and drinks, and delicious snacks are...

10 Ponies For Sale or Lease That Will Not Be Random Measured- June 2017

CLICK HERE read March's "10 Ponies for Sale or Lease That Will Not Be Random Measured"  Given that measurement rulings have not been publicized and are as opaque as ever, we're here to provide some...

Working Her Way to Success: A Rider’s First Experience at the Devon Horse Show

Photo: Irene Elise Powlick By Grace Salmon   Kaitlyn Lovingfoss of Canyon Country, California is no stranger to success. In March, she topped a field of 27 in the Ronnie Mutch Equitation Championship at HITS Coachella. In...

The 8 Types of Hunter Jumper Trainers

By Averill Pessin The Battle Ax Loud, brash and unapologetic, you'll always know when the Battle Ax has a client in the ring.  She holds up the order, is the loudest ringside and is the undisputed...

The Best Horse Show Makeup

By Intern Lauren Aubert   Whether you love it or hate it, makeup (or skin care) plays an important part in any person’s life. From an ordinary day at school to your favorite horse show venue,...

Hallie Grimes and Inquisitive are Victorious in the National Hunter Derby at Fiesta Classic

By Intern Katie Lenkart   The new partnership of Hallie Grimes and Inquisitive proved to be a great one, taking home the win in the USHJA National Hunter Derby at the Fiesta Classic two weeks ago....

Ring Bag Necessities

By Vyla Carter There isn't always time to go back to the barn before a round at a horse show, so prepare a ring bag to have with you at the ring. You never want...

Three Planes and a Car

Cover Story: Junior Rider McKenna Norris- See this story and more in the 2017 Young Horse Issue by CLICKING HERE! BY SISSY WICKES, PHOTOS ADAM HILL Riding takes courage. Riding takes commitment. Riding takes working with...

RAE Equestrian Launches in Camden, SC

See this story and more in the 2017 Young Horse Issue by CLICKING HERE! STORY EDITOR SISSY WICKES • PHOTOS BY JENNIFER RUBIN Rebecca Effron is the product of her Carolina upbringing. Hard working, humble, a...

Let’s Break It Down: Nations Cup – Jumping

By Intern Estelle Kraft   As an equitation and hunter rider, I often find myself wandering over to the jumper rings. While I do know the basics of jumper rounds, international jumper finals and the jumper...

Rethinking the “Eq Diet” and How to Stay Healthy this Summer

By Intern Ashley ShawSummer is finally here, and while we rejoice in the lack of school, it also means that the window to qualify for Equitation Finals is narrowing. For this reason, some riders...

On the Line

Read this story and more in the 2017 Young Horse Issue by CLICKING HERE! By Sissy Wickes  Ah, springtime. Dogwoods and daffodils arrive with the fools of April and green is once again the color of...

FIT TO RIDE

Above photo: SANDRA IN 1988 AT SPRUCE MEADOWS. BELOW: SANDRA IS AN OWNER OF COR.FIT, CANADA’S LARGEST INDOOR OBSTACLE RACE TRAINING FACILITY. See this story and more in the 2017 Young Horse Issue by CLICKING HERE! BY...