The Jan. 19 issue of The Chronicle of the Horse is the annual Winter Circuit Preview Issue, which includes...
Commentary by Beth Rasin: Should USEF Drug Rules Be More Discriminating?
The Chronicle's Editor looks at a topic raised by Joel Turner, a lawyer who wrote a Horseman's Forum in this issue about the need to take a hard look at the processes the USEF uses in drug testing. (Subscribers can read more.)
In The Country
Future Of Horse Shows By The Bay Uncertain; Miami Beach To Launch Longines Global Champions Tour; Karen O'Connor Apointed Team Coach To Mexican Eventing Team; USEF Announces Dates And Locations For Winter/Spring High Performance Eventing Training Sessions. (Subscribers can read more.)
A Weekly Guide To Highlights Of The Winter Circuits
Wondering what big classes on the schedule at each of the winter horse show circuits? We put them all together on one handy calendar. (Subscribers can read more.)
Pancho Lopez Loves Horses More Than The Limelight
He's a legend in the horse show world, a groom who has taken care of some of the best horses in the world and worked for some of the top riders, and been a friend to everyone he meets. (Subscribers can read more.)
Horse Care: Prevention Is The Best Medicine For Cellulitis
"Cellulitis can be one of the more frustrating conditions in your equine partner, but with good prevention measures, you can likely avoid it." This bacterial infection causes dramatic swelling and can be difficult to treat. Find out what causes it and how to avoid it. (Subscribers can read more.)
A DIY Girl In A WEF World
What happens when a working, do-it-yourself amateur from Texas aims to make her first pilgrimage to a Florida winter circuit? Anna Corley tells the funny and inspiring tale of her amateur-rider exploits. (Subscribers can read more.)
Cedric's Crowned King At $125,000 Trump Invitational Grand Prix
The special class, held at the beautiful Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, kicked off the winter grand prix season and veteran star Cedric came away on top. (Subscribers can read more.)
Everything's Connected At The George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session
Young riders got a taste of Morris' wit and wisdom over five days of intensive training. We documented the major concepts covered and how the riders came away educated and enlightened. (Subscribers can read more.)
The author, an equine lawyer, thinks that the USEF rules need to be updated to reflect the exponential advances in modern day drug detection technology. (Subscribers can read more.)
Running Puts Riding (And Life) In Perspective For Sara Bradley
Increased fitness was just the beginning of the benefits this dressage professional realized when she began running. (Subscribers can read more.)
Michael Anthony Ball DVM; Leo Conroy; Richard Meade.