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Jamaica

It’s a Cinderella story, through and through. What is known of Jamaica’s history begins in a Belgian slaughterhouse, where the horse was destined for someone’s dinner plate. Fate intervened in ...
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SUNDANCE

It wasn’t love at first sight, but there was interest. As a boy in kindergarten, Tyler used to drive by her every day on the school bus. Everyone on the ...
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Gunner’s Special Nite

Gunner’s Special Nite

Gunner’s Special Nite has had many very special nights, but one in 2010 was particularly memorable, in fact historic. At the United States Equestrian Federation’s annual convention, “Bailey,” a double-registered ...
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GRANDMA

Sugar was the kind of mare that took you by surprise. You could watch her all day, all night, run yourself ragged in trips out to the barn to see ...
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Count Fleet, Courtesy of Horse Racing Nation

A Christmas Victory

Robert Lehman, head of Lehman Brothers, always avoided publicity. His step-daughter Helen Bilby says that he was a very private man, yet he was an avid horseman and his friends ...
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The Christmas Text By Ann Jamieson

It all began with the Christmas text. Jackie Wikane had taught for three years at a therapeutic riding center in Ghent, New York. While there she became close friends with ...
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Riding With Charlotte

They were the best dressage team ever, Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro won three Olympic gold medals, held the European, World, Olympic and World Cup titles all at the same time ...
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Erik

Driving down a street one day, Jack Gordon spied a sign. “Horse for Sale” it read. He stopped to investigate. Actually, there were two horses for sale. The first one ...
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Baylee McKeever Growing up at Castle Hill

Any horsey kid would be green with envy. As a small child, Baylee McKeever, the daughter of two of the top grooms in the U.S. Show Jumping world, got to ...
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Idis

Cherryl Mitchell was in the market for a Grand Prix horse. Her horse had become too old for the physical demands of top level dressage. Hearing about a top contender ...
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