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Springer and Arthur Lead Rolex After Dressage

Springer and Arthur Lead Rolex After Dressage

Alison Springer and Arthur are in the lead after dressage with the only sub-40 mark at the 2012 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event pres...
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Eventing Community Mourns Loss of Amy Tryon

Eventing Community Mourns Loss of Amy Tryon

Amy Tryon, team eventing bronze medalist for the USA at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, passed away yesterday. She found her top ho...
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George Morris' Successor Announced

George Morris' Successor Announced

The United States Federation's Executive Committee has approved the next U.S. Show Jumping Chef d'Equipe....
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Perfect Partnership: In Memory of Roxy

Perfect Partnership: In Memory of Roxy

Heaven’s remuda improved by one fine mare on February 8, leaving this planet one short, with the passing of Roxy (aka Whizards Bab...
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Cowgirl Tuff with Western Wishes

Now That's Cowgirl Tuff

While holding onto the lead rope, the horse swiftly bolted and the rope looped and wrapped Kenzie’s hand. Kenzie was pulled down; t...
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Showjumping Loses Superstar Hickstead

Showjumping Loses Superstar Hickstead

Hickstead, the sensational Jumping stallion that Canadian showjumper Eric Lamaze rode to individual gold at the 2008 Olympic Games ...
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Giving thru Pony Talent Search

Giving thru Pony Talent Search

Showing a top pony for free - it is every young equestrian's dream. Amber Hill Farm owner Elizabeth Mandarino will make the dream a ...
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Is it safe to ride your horse while pregnant?

Horseback Riding while Pregnant: Yes or No?

Over the years, many women have asked me, “Is it ok to exercise, as well as, ride my horse, during pregnancy?” Many expectant mot...
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The Eighty Dollar Champion

The Eighty-Dollar Champion

Snowman The 1950s have been called by some as the worst decade for horses. One plain grey gelding was used as a workhorse for the...
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Hungry for Success: Eating Disorders and Equestrian Athletes

Hungry for Success: Eating Disorders and Equestrian Athletes

There are several risk factors associated with eating disorders. Sports that focus on the individual are highly suspect, including equ...
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Flexibility Training for the Rider

Flexibility Training for the Rider

Riders who possess strong, supple muscles move more comfortably with their horse as one unit, whereas inflexible riders, who exhibit m...
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Strength Training for the Equestrian

Strength Training for the Equestrian

Strength training is an essential component of fitness for all equestrians. Whether competing in dressage, jumping, cross country, re...
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Cardiovascular Training for the Equestrian

Cardiovascular Training for the Equestrian

This is the first article on the components of physical fitness for the horseback rider. No matter the equestrian sport, cardiovascula...
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Optimal Fitness for Equestrians

Does horse riding offer equestrians a fitness challenge?

Every equestrian should strive for optimal fitness because it plays a significant role in enhancing your riding performance. The benef...
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Improve Your Riding Performance

Improve Your Riding Performance

Whether you participate in dressage, jumping, eventing, or trail riding, possessing a strong core is crucial, not only to your own per...
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