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The May 18 issue of The Chronicle of the Horse is the Intercollegiate Issue...

Commentary by Taylor Joyce: Let's Keep Humility At The Heart Of Horse Sport

A trip to the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association National Championships reminded editorial staffer Taylor Joyce of her equestrian roots. "Sometimes it's not the size of the jumps but the spirit of the horse and rider going over them that determines the value of a competition."  (Subscribers can read more.)

In The Country

Keenan Moves Forward In Her Career With A New Trainer; Syndicate Purchases Top Prospect For Adrienne Lyle; FEI Tribunal Dismisses UAE Request To Lift Suspension; FEI Suspends Maxime Livio For Six Months; Alltech And IAEJ Announce Alltech A+ Award Winners. (Subscribers can read more.)

Hillary Dobbs Has A New Title: Coach

This former superstar show jumper is making a name for herself in a completely different role at the University of South Carolina. (Subscribers can read more.)

Staci Mannella Breaks Boundaries Inside And Outside the Ring

This Dartmouth rider doesn't let limited vision prevent her from excelling at riding, skiing or academics. (Subscribers can read more.)

Thinking Outside The Equestrian Career Box

Career options in the horse world go well beyond rider, trainer or groom. We talked to three women who explain how they turned their passion for horses into careers. (Subscribers can read more.)

Jack "Jay" Griswold Seeks Out The Smart And The Brave


Whether he's talking about a world-class timber horse, business colleagues or a college equestrian team, he values two essential attributes in all things. (Subscribers can read more.)

SCAD Soars To The Top At IHSA Nationals

The Bees bring home a long-awaited Collegiate Cup title. (Subscribers can read more.)

South Carolina Earns A Redemptive NCEA Title

 After a difficult spring season, the Gamecocks come back strong in Waco, Texas. (Subscribers can read more.)

SCAD Makes A Clean Sweep At ANRC Championships

The Savannah College of Art and Design is the first institution in ANRC history to claim the champion and reserve high point rider in both the national and novice divisions.  (Subscribers can read more.)

FEI Sports Forum Challenges Traditions

The sports as we know them might look different in future Olympic or World Championship events. (Subscribers can read more.)

Love Games Makes His Move In Lexington

In his first show, this young horse impresses. (Subscribers can read more.)

Steege Ups Her Game At Garden State

She rides Loxley to his first USHJA International Hunter Derby title. And Quentin Judge has a breakthrough at the grand prix level in the $40,000 Garden State Grand Prix. (Subscribers can read more.)

Spooner Comes Back Better Than Ever In Del Mar

He recovers from a broken back to ride his veteran Cristallo to a rewarding win. (Subscribers can read more.)

Second Hand Rose Is First At Weatherford And Greenwood Farm CIC**

Junior rider Margaret Stocker picks up her first two-star win in Texas on a Thoroughbred that was a birthday present. (Subscribers can read more.)

Grinding Speed Changes It Up For A Virginia Gold Cup Victory

The honest gray gelding doesn't falter on his way to a second Gold Cup win. (Subscribers can read more.)


And, in the May/June issue of Untacked...

Editor's Letter by Kat Netzler: Where Nature Meets Nurture

What intangible traits do equine moms pass on to their children that makes them the devoted, responsible and successful horsepeople they are? We all need to celebrate the moms—horsey and otherwise—who have helped up on our journeys. (Subscribers can read more.)

Test Lab: Find The Right Fly Sheet For Your Finicky Filly

Fly sheets come in an overwhelming variety of weights, fabrics and fits, but we've tested a variety to find the right one for you. (Subscribers can read more.)

Editor's Picks: SSG Kool Flo Gloves

Can riding gloves be cool in the summer? We found out. (Subscribers can read more.)

The Clothes Horse: Equestrian Accessories For The Horse Lover's Home

These classic equestrian touches can liven up your life outside the barn. (Subscribers can read more.)

Barn Again

Many horse people may confess to feeling most at home in the barn, but with the help of some visionary restorative architects, the owners of these seven stunning structures have taken that sentiment one step further. (Subscribers can read more.)

Cover Story: Undefeated

Five years after a helmetless fall nearly killed dressage Olympian Courtney King Dye, her life looks nothing like what she envisioned for herself back then. It's better than she ever imagined. Also? An excerpt from her autobiography, Courtney's Quest. (Subscribers can read more.)

The Moms Who Put Them On The Map

Growing up as the child of a top equestrienne doesn't guarantee your own success in the saddle But it doesn't hurt, either. (Subscribers can read more.)

Horses Are The Other Half Of Guy McLean

A deep connection with his favorite animal has also strengthened his interactions with people and won him fans worldwide. (Subscribers can read more.)

Andrea Woodner: An Artist In Every Aspect

She splits her time between many passions—including riding and spending time with the horses at her New York farm—but they're all connected on some level. (Subscribers can read more.)

Travel: The Softer Side Of Rustic

Ranch riding vacations don't have to be all about roughing it anymore. Take a tour of three destinations built around "five-spur" style and service. (Subscribers can read more.)

Photo Feature: Middleburg: An Equestrian Town For All Seasons

Take a tour of the Chronicle's bucolic hometown in Virginia hunt country. (Subscribers can read more.)

Charity Spotlight: A Closer Look At The Brooke USA

The new U.S. chapter of an established British organization is educating owners of working equines around the world to improve the lives of these animals and their caretakers. (Subscribers can read more.)

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