January 2016 - Thoroughbred Makeover
Written by Kim F. Miller
Saturday, 02 January 2016 05:09

Bay Area trainer transforms an ex-racer into top finisher at Kentucky competition.

by Kim F. Miller

Emily Flaxman hopes to “do well by doing good.” The buzz phrase is borrowed from the social enterprise corner of the corporate world, where charitable endeavors are built into business models.

 
September 2015 - The Common Threads
Written by Sydney Callaway
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 00:16

Lesson with Grand Prix rider Michelle Reilly and Umeeko illuminates common ground between jumping and dressage.

by Sydney Callaway

I have spent the past 11 years in an english saddle. I took a few western horsemanship lessons as a young child, and even some beginner vaulting classes, but the majority of my horse education has been through the classic hunt seat training.

 
January 2016 - Nathalie Manning’s Acorn Farm
Written by CRM
Saturday, 02 January 2016 05:06

Equestrian legacy continues in young trainer’s successful hunter/jumper program.

The world of equestrian sports rests on its history and tradition. Being a legacy in the world of show jumping, Nathalie Manning strives to maintain the history and tradition her family has created in this industry.

 
September 2015 - Horse People: Elizabeth Evans
Written by Kim F. Miller
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 00:10

Mischief Farm assistant trainer scores another Horsemanship Quiz victory.

by Kim F. Miller

Hunter/jumper trainer Elizabeth Evans has packed a lot of learning into her lifetime and, at 22, she’s only just getting started. The assistant trainer, to her mother, Susan Evans, at Mischief Farm in Moorpark, Elizabeth was Zone 10 winner of the USHJA Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Stable Challenge for trainers this summer.

 
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