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February 16, 2011

Fix It With Feed Part 5: Dealing With Allergies Can Be A Tricky Business

This is the fifth article in the "Fix It With Feed" series. Check back every Wednesday for more articles on nutrition and how it affects performance.

One morning when you go to feed your horses and turn them out for the day, you notice your gelding appears to be wheezing. He happily eats his breakfast and is otherwise normal, so you turn him out anyway. When you bring him back in that night, he seems his normal self.

February 10, 2011

The Budweiser Clydesdales Represent Far More Than A Clever Advertising Campaign

Every February, millions of people gather around their televisions to watch two teams battle it out for the Super Bowl title. Some people actually watch it for the game, others for the advertising, but some of us watch it for the Budweiser Clydesdales.

February 9, 2011

Fix It With Feed Part 4: Prevent Ulcers By Mimicking Nature

This is the fourth article in the "Fix It With Feed" series. Check back every Wednesday for more articles on nutrition and how it affects performance.

While the stress of riding and competing is often to blame for the development of ulcers in horses, feed programs are another factor behind Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome.

February 8, 2011

Para-Dressage Rider Suffers Setback

Laura Goldman, 66, the fourth-placed finisher in the 1a individual test at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games last fall, suffered a setback in her journey to the 2012 Para-Olympics when she slipped and fell in her kitchen in early February, breaking her hip.

“It was an unfortunate glitch in her training plan,” said Hope Hand, President of the U.S. Para-Equestrian Association. “We all have these disappointing interruptions, but it’s a dream of hers, and she’ll get there. She has such a positive outlook, and we’re excited to see what her future will bring.”

February 6, 2011

Driving Horseman Of The Year: Tucker Johnson

When Tucker Johnson drove his horses through the final gate at the final obstacle in the final marathon of his career at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, he stood up in his carriage and saluted the crowd. After 25 years of competing at the highest levels of combined driving, Johnson was finally hanging up his whip.

“Tucker has been a real showman and a real promoter of the sport, and there’s something
in his personality that really attracts and appeals to the crowd,” said Edward Young, the chef
d’equipe of the U.S. combined driving team.

February 2, 2011

Legendary Horses: Bold Minstrel

The dictionary defines versatile as: capable of or adapted for turning easily from one to another of various tasks, fields of endeavor, etc. Bold Minstrel was the poster boy of versatile.

Born in 1952 in Camargo, Ohio, Bold Minstrel was by Thoroughbred stallion Bold And Bad out of Wallise Simpson, who was the result of a test breeding of an unknown mare to a young Royal Minstrel. William “Billy” Haggard III purchased Bold Minstrel as a 5-year-old.

January 26, 2011

Well-Behaved Women Rarely Make History: Sallie Sexton

“Horses and I have always understood each other,” said Sallie Sexton in a 1996 Chronicle interview. “Which is why I can still take the youngsters in the ring and stand them up. I only shake my bat at them and tell them to behave, and they listen. I listen to them too–we communicate with each other.”

January 20, 2011

From The Attic: The Evolution Of Advertising

A lot has changed since 1937 at the Chronicle. We’ve moved buildings, switched from typewriters to computers, film to digital cameras, black and white to color, and even dropped some disciplines from our coverage and added new ones. Advertising, despite its own changes in trend and style, has remained an integral part of our magazine since the beginning.

January 12, 2011

Legendary Horses: Jenny Camp

A star was born in 1926. But she didn’t know that one day she’d be regarded as one of the greatest event horses of all time. Back then Jenny Camp was merely concerned with frolicking about in the lush, green fields of the U.S. Army Remount Station in Front Royal, Va.

December 29, 2010

All The Pretty Carousel Horses

You can’t deny that there’s something a bit magical about a merry-go-round.

Sure, now that I’ve grown up it’s not as fun to ride one of the dancing horses that seem to plunge and leap as the carousel spins around to outdated organ music, but when I was a kid? Oh man. I always wanted to ride the prettiest horse I could find, preferably on the outside so I could grab the ring as I went flying by and throw it at the opening a few feet further down the track.

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