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December 1, 2016

From The Magazine: Peter Walsh Has Never Stopped Following His Passions

As he lay in a hospital bed for nearly three months and slowly began to regain his senses following a catastrophic riding accident, Peter Walsh survived many agonizing days and nights of pain and anxiety by focusing on foxhunting, the pursuit that had very nearly killed him.

November 28, 2016

From The Magazine: Making The Equitation Finals True Championship Tests

Each year following the major equitation finals, there is a great deal of debate about the formats, the courses and the judging. The 2016 Pessoa/U.S. Medal Final was an excellent example, where many praised the course, while others had major issues with the scope and technical aspects.

November 21, 2016

From The Magazine: Honestly, We Are Not Good Enough

Many people in our sport spend countless hours trying to find ways to make eventing a better—and most importantly, a safer—sport for horses and riders. The changes that have been and are continuing to be made over the past few years are remarkable.

November 14, 2016

From The Magazine: Is This Horse The “Right” Horse For Me Or My Child?

Want to determine whether you have the right horse? Take a simple litmus test.

November 11, 2016

Call For Holiday Pets

Does your pet enjoy spreading holiday cheer? Then you should send his or her photo to the Chronicle for our annual Holiday Pet Gallery in the Holiday Issue (Dec. 26). Get as creative as you can!

The deadline is Dec. 1. Send prints via mail to: The Chronicle of the Horse, P.O. Box 46, Middleburg, VA 20118. For courier service: 108 The Plains Road, Middleburg, VA 20117. You can email high-resolution (at least 300 dpi) digital images to lfoley@chronofhorse.com.

November 8, 2016

From The Magazine: Fair Hill Blood Incident Incites Frustrations

October 31, 2016

Every Second Counts: Casper Flies To $130,000 Asheville/Greenville BMW Centers' Grand Prix Win In Tryon

Mill Spring, N.C.—Oct. 29  

"You really have to read the jump-off and ride it the way that suits your horse depending on who's in the jump-off and how fast they're going," said Sharn Wordley after he rode Casper to the top of the $130,000 Asheville/Greenville BMW Centers' Grand Prix CSI 3* over Conor Swail on Hetman Of Colors.

Read all about the class and then watch how he did it here...

October 24, 2016

From The Magazine: Of Ponies, Papers And Pushing The Limits

When you see a pony at a show, can you be sure how old it is? 

It seems a simple question. If it’s a rated show, you look at the pony’s U.S. Equestrian Federation registration. Go online to USEF.org, type in a horse or pony’s show name, and pull up that animal’s age, breeding and owner information.

September 30, 2016

Archive Of The NBC Sports Broadcast Of The $216,000 U.S. Open Grand Prix At Rolex Central Park Horse Show

Did you miss the NBC Sports broadcast of the $216,000 U.S. Open Grand Prix, presented by Rolex, from the Rolex Central Park Horse Show? No worries—CLICK on the below image to watch all the excitement again!

September 30, 2016

2016 Capital Challenge Horse Show Live Streaming

Live-streaming from the Capital Challenge Horse Show (Md.) will cover both the indoor and outdoor rings and run for the duration of the competition day on Oct. 1-9.

Check the complete Capital Challenge Horse Show schedule for start times each day and the timing of specific divisions and special classes like the WCHR Professional Finals. 

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