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Commentary by Mollie Bailey: Keeping It In Perspective

Editorial staffer Mollie Bailey writes about the inspiration she drew from writing about Kim Lynch. Bailey profiled Lynch's remarkable return to the show ring after devastating injuries from a car accident in this issue, and she acknowledges that it puts life in perspective. "We're all so blessed to have these wonderful, giving healing animals in our lives, and I hope Kim's journey back to the show ring can help us all remember that," Bailey writes. (Subscribers can read more.)

In The Country

Genecand Announces Bid For FEI Presidency; Twelve U.S. Riders Entered In Longines FEI World Cup Show Jumping Final; International Horse Sports Confederation Conducts First Meeting; Springsteen Named Maxine Beard Award Recipient; Humphreys Acquires Sir Donovan; Alltech National Horse Show Welcomes U-25 Jumper Championship. (Subscribers can read more.)

Kennzo Jumps Off to Win $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

It takes three rounds, but Molly Ashe-Cawley tops the biggest derby so far this year during the final week of the FTI Winter Equestrian Festival. (Subscribers can read more.)

Brash Ends His Bridesmaid Stream In The $500,000 FTI Consulting Finale Grand Prix

He and Hello Sanctos save their win for the biggest class of the circuit. Read all about it and how Todd Minikus knew it was time to step on the gas with Babalou 41. Subscribers can read more.)

Pletcher Is Nearly Perfect In Pin Oak's USHJA International Hunter Derby

The veteran hunter rider scores high marks on new European import Luxe's first derby attempt and finishes a close second on CR Beethoven. (Subscribers can read more.)

Kim Lynch Has A Story Behind Her Tattoo

It symbolizes the amateur rider's recovery from a traumatic injury and her new perspective on life and the show ring. A horrific car accident took Kim Lymch out of the saddle for months, but she's back and better than ever. (Subscribers can read more.)

Flexible's Unusual Diagnosis Results In A Dramatic Diagnosis

The World Cup Final winner makes a remarkable recovery from a third fluky health problem. (Subscribers can read more.)

Wizard Wraps Up Winter With Career Highs At Adequan Global Dressage Festival CDI*****

Adrienne Lyle rides the gelding to wins in the Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special that were more about redemption for a missed opportunity. (Subscribers can read more.)

Peters Bounces Back To Win At Festival Of The Horse CDI

Minor mistakes lead to some major breakthroughs for top U.S. pair Steffen Meters and Legolas 92. Also, find out why Jan Ebeling said, "I'm like a fish out of water here. I'm just the dad with the video camera". (Subscribers can read more.)

Ninnink Pushes Through To Galway Downs Victory

Even with a broken hand, she goes fast enough on R-Star to keep the lead. (Subscribers can read more.)

Horse Of A Lifetime: Buck Jakes

For Charlie Fenwick, Jr., and Anne Moran, there never was another horse like the big gray timber veteran. "It's all smiling—when I think back on those days, there's no luckier person than I was," Moran said. (Subscribers can read more.)

Gone Away 

Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" Cohen; Headley Britannia.

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See the full Table of Contents of The Chronicle of the Horse, Vol. 77, No. 9, March 31, 2014

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