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Kung Fu

The rain had fallen steadily for days and the ring was slick. The fence heights hadn’t changed, however: they were huge. Four six to four nine, with spreads to the ...
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Flashpoint (Keaton)

He was never supposed to be a Grand Prix horse. She didn’t know how to ride one. Flashpoint (Keaton) was a mutt, the son of a broken down school horse ...
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Crisco

The mousy brown pony itched. Itched terribly. In fact he itched so much that the only thing that made him feel better was rubbing against a tree…continually. The problem was, ...
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Cosmo

He was just taking up space in a field when Pavel Blaho spotted him. He knew who the horse was. He was big and beautiful, nearly 18 hands, a chestnut ...
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Aly Ad Libs

As a yearling the colt, bred and born at legendary Calumet Farm, sold for $185,000 at the elite Fasig Tipton Sale. On the track, he earned $140. That didn’t discourage ...
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Katie Gardner Returning to her Roots

A third generation horsewoman, Katie Gardner traces her lineage back to her grandmother Eileen Beckman, a member of the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame, and a winner of several ...
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Saving the Nokota breed

Leo Kuntz was a racehorse breeder and competitive rider until he discovered a higher purpose. Leo fought in the Vietnam War, and after the terrors of conflict had found peace ...
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The Equus Foundation

Horses are a massive part of our lives. We ride, drive, and breed them…compete in dressage, reining, hunters, jumpers, equitation, barrel racing, eventing, trail, pleasure…they provide therapy for all of ...
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A Judge’s Life

Canadian winters are cold. Brutal in fact. Below zero temperatures, freezing winds, mountains of snow. It was no wonder that judge Randy Roy was looking forward to an escape. He ...
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Smoking Gun

Professionals cannot fall in love. Well, with a horse that is. Their business is teaching, training, and…selling horses. That’s what they do, how they make their living. So how can ...
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