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Is equestrian sport in the United States becoming too elitist? That is the big question everyone is asking following a candid podcast interview on WispSports with highly respected trainer and decorated equestrian Katie Prudent. Katie suggested that show jumping in America is developing into something more like golf, where wealthy amateurs get to play with the […]
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I write this letter as a devoted animal advocate, frustrated rider and teammate. On Saturday, July 8, 2017, after winning the Cascais leg of the Global Champions League, our team, the Miami Glory, was quickly disqualified after Scott Brash’s horse, Hello Forever, came out of the arena and a steward noticed an extremely small spur mark […]
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Even with the last four more months of the year still to come, there will be little doubt that the CP International Grand Prix, presented by Rolex, was the toughest show jumping course of 2016. As part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, the CP International Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows is one […]
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Trepidation is putting it lightly. Anxiety, fear, and ultimately, the decision to stay home has been spreading among the small but strong group of elite horse owners in the lead-up to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. This year, all Olympic athletes and their connections are facing a grab bag of problems swirling around the upcoming […]
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