November 2016 - All About That Bond

Sydney Callaway’s summer immersion in European horsemanship.

by Kim F. Miller

Young show jumper Sydney Callaway has a solid foundation in the American Forward Riding System, but that alone wasn’t helping her much this past July when she first sat on a 6-year-old mare with virtually no training.

 
October 2016 - Breeding the Dream

At California’s idyllic Hidden Springs Ranch, Anita Nardine is pursuing her passion for producing exceptional sport horse athletes.

by Jennifer M. Keeler

"It’s a fantastic feeling when you produce something that you realize has the talent to go all the way.”

 
October 2016 - We Three Clones

Clones of Sarah Baldwin’s Pacifico prepare to start showing next year.

article and photos by Cheryl Erpelding

I felt pretty lucky getting to photograph Sarah Baldwin’s three Pacifico clones in 2013 when they were just yearlings. When I got the call to come photograph them as they are now just started under saddle I jumped at the chance.

 
October 2016 - The Gallop: Young Jumper Championships

Free entries and discounted stall fees help Blenheim EquiSports build the sport’s next equine stars.

Supporting up-and-coming talent is essential for the sport to continue to thrive and grow, which is why Blenheim EquiSports is pleased to host the Young Jumper Championships Western League Finals year after year. By offering 14 shows with qualifying classes throughout the season, with no entry fees and discounted stall fees, Blenheim supports the development of these young jumpers.

 
October 2016 - CPHA Spotlight: Neil Gray, DVM

Veterinarian straddles two worlds: high performance horses & their hard working counterparts in developing countries.

by Kim F. Miller

Horse ownership on the show circuit and in remote areas of Costa Rica has two things in common.

The first is coffee. Starbucks cups are ever-present among the well-heeled at our carefully-manicured show venues. In much of Costa Rica, coffee is a sustenance crop in which the work of harvesting and transporting the beans falls to the noble equine species.

 
October 2016 - And, We’re Off!

Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping league starts with a win for Karl Cook & Tembla.

by Esther Hahn

The USA’s Karl Cook jumped Tembla to a thrilling win in the $135,600 Longines FEI World Cup™ Qualifier, presented by Noel Asmar, at Langley CSI3*-W. Thunderbird Show Park hosted the first leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League West Coast sub-league on Sunday, Aug. 28.

 
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