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Laura Hite: The Amateur Winning in the Grand Prix Jumpers

BY TPH Staff Laura Hite has not spent her entire life planning to ride in the Grand Prix ring. Like many amateurs, she grew up riding in hunters and equitation before stopping to finish college,...

Sloan Elmassian Forges Her Own Path

BY TPH Staff In most professional sports, the way from high school to college to the pros is clear. It’s a rare phenomenon to skip a step. But in equestrian sports, there isn’t a standard...

Bethany P Photography is Telling Your Story

By TPH Staff Good photography tells a story, and Bethany P Photography is committed to showcasing the bonds between humans and horses in a beautiful way. Bethany Pastorial’s passion for horses shines in her art....

Camp Hobbit Hill: The Riding Camp of Your Dreams

By TPH Staff A sleep away camp with horses, art, leadership building activities, and all sorts of adventures might sound like it’s straight out of Show Strides or The Saddle Club, but the founders of...

Good & Bad Signs When Looking for Trainers

BY TPH Staff One of the benefits of living in the heart of the east coast horse country is that there is no shortage of trainers in the vicinity. That is a great gift, and...

The Future of Equestrian Money Management

By TPH Staff Equestrian sports have seen tremendous evolution over the past two decades. From drastic improvements in veterinary technology to a whole host of new divisions at the horse shows, things are changing. Robin...

Farmington Polo Club is On the Rise

By TPH Staff Comeback stories are popular for a reason: they’re compelling, inspiring, and hopeful. We love to see someone beat the odds in a display of resilience. The revival of Farmington, Connecticut’s Farmington Polo...

The Tack Box is More than a Tack Store

BY TPH Staff Even as a kid growing up in Indiana, I knew that Middleburg, Virginia was the place to be for horses. I dreamed of someday visiting this place with such a rich history...

For Successful Equestrian New Year’s Resolutions, Start Now

BY TPH Staff While non-riders across America are gearing up to go to the gym every day and eating more salads in the start of 2020, equestrians likely have a different set of resolutions for...

Horses in Hawaii: A Conversation with Trainer Amy Quinlan

By TPH Staff Most US equestrians live and ride on the mainland which encompasses quite a bit of regional diversity in the sport, but people ride and compete in Alaska and Hawaii too. Typically, one...

Springtime Supplements: 40 Years of Making a Difference in Health

BY TPH Staff The secret to a business that has lasted decades in the horse world is consistent quality. Look around at other brands that have become institutions in our sport, and you will see...

Blackhound Equestrian Shows Why Sometimes Professionals Are Better Together

BY TPH Staff Making it as a professional in the horse world can be challenging… that’s perhaps an understatement.  The isolation, long hours, even longer list of demands, and the need to make everyone happy while...

Oaklyn Tack Leads the Way to a Sustainable Future with Fleece Girths Made of...

BY TPH Staff Emily Barrett and her twin sister, Laura Santomauro, learned to appreciate horses and nature together. Although their professional paths took different directions, they have merged their skill sets, love of horses, and...

Bringing Dream Horses to Life: Terri Crowley Art

BY TPH Staff A true, equestrian heart inspires the horses in Terri Crowley’s art. Her favorite piece, “Mane Gone Wild,” features a Spanish-type horse that came to her in a dream. “This happens to me...

ES Equine Photography: Capturing Memories for a Lifetime

BY TPH Staff No matter what level you ride at or what ring you compete in, all equestrians love photos of our horses. We especially value those perfectly composed, well lit, edited professional photos that...

Grand Prix Equine Combines Technology and the Human Touch

BY TPH Staff Horse owners want to be knowledgeable and educated about every aspect of our horses’ care, but working adult amateurs don’t always get to take part in the day to day management. That’s...

Tips for Looking Your Best on Horse Show Day

BY TPH Staff Horse show days are exciting, if sometimes stressful. We’ve put in so much effort to get there that we don’t want anything to go wrong. I believe that feeling great about how...

Ashley Holsinger Deferred Law School for Horses and Never Looked Back

BY TPH Staff Ashley Holsinger’s Memory’s Hill Stables started with a vacant farm and a dream, but Holsinger’s equestrian career began long before her Virginia farm. For a horse-crazy kid, the next best thing to...

Bockmann Texas Trailers: Easy, Accessible and Attractive Options for Hauling Your Horse

BY TPH Staff For a lot of people, horse trailers are intimidating to purchase. So much depends on the vehicle you have or can afford to buy, how many horses you need to haul, safety...

Visible Homes: Breaking New Grounds in Real Estate

BY TPH Staff Owning a horse farm is a lifestyle, whether it houses just a few companion horses or dozens of elite equine athletes. For many people, that lifestyle is a dream, but Nichole McCaig...

Effective Cooling Strategies for Summer Riding

BY TPH Staff Summer is associated with a lot of extra daylight, beach vacations, and lovely hot weather. We may love it, but it can be really hard on our horses. As Dr. David Ramey says,...

Four Winds Farm and Equine Hospital Offers the Complete Package of Equestrian Excellence

BY TPH Staff Rittmueller’s father, Dr. Kim Braeutigam, runs Four Winds Equine Hospital and Michigan Equine Surgical Associates on the same property where her mother, Chris Braeutigam, established her riding school. “My grandfather had a mixed...