November 2016 - Lauren’s Lessons
Written by Laurie Budash
Tuesday, 01 November 2016 02:32

Olympian Lauren Billys encourages boundary pushing & partnerships at Napa clinics.

Over a rainy October weekend, Olympic eventer Lauren Billys shared her Rio de Janeiro experience with riders at Hilltop Stables in Napa. Lauren’s story of giving up everything to pursue her dream to ride in the Olympics and her teaching style inspired riders to push their personal boundaries and become better partners with their horses.

 
September 2016 - Candid With Karen
Written by Karen Healey
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 20:30

This season’s show jumping events pose a great chance to watch and learn, but don’t copy the wrong thing!

by Karen Healey

'Tis the season for great show jumping. The revamped Longines World Cup Jumping NAL league and the third year of the Longines Los Angeles Masters bring increasingly accomplished horses and riders to the West Coast. It’s great news for the sport and it’s a great opportunity to learn by watching, for riders, trainers and fans of any experience level.

 
October 2016 - My Thoroughbred Makeover
Written by Emily Flaxman
Friday, 30 September 2016 22:25

Final preparations for KJ for this month’s big event.

by Emily Flaxman

Another month that didn’t go to plan.  Sadly, the show I intended to go to got cancelled at the last minute, which was unfortunate but luckily another local showground announced that they were going to host a show in September so we’ve entered for that instead. This will definitely be our last opportunity before Kentucky though as the show season is winding down for the winter. We’re into the final straight now, with only seven weeks to go until the Oct. 27-30 Thoroughbred Makeover as I write this.

 

 
September 2016 - My Thoroughbred Makeover
Written by Emily Flaxman
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 20:24

Heartbreaking end to Merlin’s Kentucky quest, but KJ turns a corner in his progress.

by Emily Flaxman

This month it all came crashing down.

I had been feeling so positive and hopeful as things were starting to go in the right direction. Shortly after I submitted my column for last month’s issue, Merlin’s knee swelled up. He wasn’t lame on it and because there was obvious heat we assumed he had bumped it or been kicked by his pasture buddy. So the usual treatment of icing and liniment was started.

 
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