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The Nov. 24 issue of The Chronicle of the Horse includes...

Commentary by Mollie Bailey: Galloping Into The Future

The Chronicle's writer enjoys a day out with the Red Rock Hounds and ponders how Red Rock's welcoming inclusivity helps the hunt grow. "If foxhunting is to gallop into the 21st century and beyond, hunts must figure out how to find a niche in the changing society and adapt," she writes. (Subscribers can read more.)

In The Country

Aiken Horse Park Breaks Ground; Javier Revuelta Withdraws From FEI Presidential Race; FDA Issues Warning Regarding Unapproved Ulcer Medications; Michigan Barn Fire Kills 18 Horses.. (Subscribers can read more.)

Essex Undergoes A Rebirth For Its 100th Anniversary

The iconic New Jersey hunt has weathered many changes and is taking a new approach in their centennial year. Find out more about the hunt's long history and how it's adapting to cultural shifts. (Subscribers can read more.)

Horse Of A Lifetime: Debonair

Amateur foxhunter Patti Brantley had a plan to sell her homebred gelding as a colt, but the horse's kindness and rideability stole her heart. (Subscribers can read more.)

Cindy Piper Is Foxhunting's Force Of Nature

She's devoted decades not only to enjoying the hunt, but also to ensuring that the sport has riders coming up the pipeline and the land it needs. Leadership roles with the Masters of Foxhounds Association and U.S. Pony Clubs are just the beginning of Piper's story. (Subscribers can read more.)

Pony Clubbers Pen The Joys Of Foxhunting

Three young writers draw on their foxhunting experiences for the Hildegard Neill Ritchie "Joys of Foxhunting" writing contest in inventive essays and a poem. (Subscribers can read more.)

Foxhunting's Glossary Of Silly Words And Laws

Do you know what Murphy's Law Of Underwear is? Can you recite the Irish Lullaby? Gretchen Pelham fills us in on the unwritten language of foxhunting. (Subscribers can read more.)

Destiny Debuts At U.S. Dressage Finals With A Big Win

Devon Kane calls Destiny "Dragon" for good reason, and we fund out how she tamed his fire-breathing to win at Grand Prix. Also, a jumper rider convert to dressage wins at fourth level, a last-minute invitation pays off with a Pris St. Georges win, and a small animal vet tops a second level title. (Subscribers can read more.)

Cook Sweeps The Inaugural Sunshine Series

The L.A. Preview and National shows moved east to the HITS Thermal showsgrounds, and Karl Cook made short work of multiple wins. Read all about what the show's future holds and why it moved. (Subscribers can read more.)

Platinum Shines At Jump For The Children

 Kyle Timm ended up keeping the first sales prospect he had after starting work at Apex Equestrian Center, and now she's winning at grand prix. (Subscribers can read more.)

It Ain't Your Mama's Sport No More!

Event organizer Katie Lindsay looks back at four decades of eventing and ponders the changes in the sport. "Thirty years ago, riders seemed to be willing to put more time into their horses to work out their kinks. Today, buying a new one in time for next season has become increasingly commonplace," she writes. (Subscribers can read more.)

Finish Line: The Familiar Face In Forbes And Fortune

Horse Show Manager Bob Bell has a side job as advertising model! (Subscribers can read more.)


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