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The Odyssey of Homer

By Sara Webb I have loved horses my whole life. My dad played the coach horn for my uncle’s four-in-hand...

Rising to the Occasion in the Rolex Arena

By Ariel Christy A enter working trot, X halt salute. It’s the start of nearly all dressage tests for competitive...

Fancy “Prancy” Not Required

"The best dressage horse for you is one you can ride”  By Sally O’Dwyer, Dressage Passionista

EPM: Not Just Playing Possum

This dreaded neurological disease has robbed many horses of their careers. Here’s the latest on diagnosis and treatment.

Lessons from the Right Lead

Training an OTTB to canter in "the other direction" leads to riding discoveries Reprinted from the November 2017 issue...

One Less in the Lot

By Madeline Kurz In the equestrian community, perhaps one of the most controversial topics that exists today is that...

The Makeover Family

By Anne Zaharias Anne riding her Hanoverian mare Wynter at Intermeidate 1 It was with...

Bed And Barn

Jamie progressed into eventing By Tammy Martell It all started when my daughter, Jamie, began...

Gifted and Keen

Gifted and Keen were the first two horses to be inducted into the Roemer Foundation/USDF Hall of Fame. They were inducted in...

Focused on Grand Prix

By Victoria Bellino Central Tennessee Dressage Association (CTDA) member Lynne Lavers grew up riding ponies in the southwest. As...
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