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October 11, 2016

Winner Of The Week: Summer Peterson Makes It Work In Utah With Her Half-Mustang

What’s an eventer to do when she’s hours away from most events, and there’s only one cross-country course in her state?

If that eventer is Summer Peterson, she spearheads a movement to bring another event to the area. And then, when that event turns out to be a great success, she rides in—and wins!—the first preliminary-level event they host. Peterson rode her own Mustang-Thoroughbred cross, Jake The Fish, to the top of the preliminary division at The Event At Skyline (Utah).

October 10, 2016

Böhe Jumps Into The Spotlight With Boekelo CCI*** Win As Kieffer Claims Fourth

Boekelo, the Netherlands—Oct. 9  

A new German star burst into the spotlight at the Boekelo CCI*** as Stephanie Böhe, just 23, claimed victory aboard Haytom, a 14-year-old Holsteiner gelding (Heraldik xx—K-Conchita, Contender).

Stephanie Böhe on Haytom after their Boekelo CCI*** victory. Photo by Libby Law Photography

October 6, 2016

Throwback Thursday: One To Watch—Rachael Davis Has Braided Her Way To The ASPCA Maclay Finals

Last year we ran this story as our One To Watch for the 2015 ASPCA Maclay Final. Rachael Davis didn't make it back for Round 2 of the Final, but she won the ASPCA Maclay Region 7 this fall—you can read more about her and all the regional winners in the Oct. 7 issue of The Chronicle of the Horse—so she'll be back in Kentucky in November to try for a ribbon again. 

October 5, 2016

Winner Of The Week: Amy Miller Wins With Arabs And Warmbloods Alike

Amy Miller knows all too well the effect horses can have on well-laid plans. “As with anyone who’s done horses, you really appreciate that you can plan a whole lot and look ahead to what you want to do next, but it may or may not happen,” she said, laughing.

October 4, 2016

Groom Spotlight: Kayla Deyarmin Knows To Say Thank You And Work Hard

Kayla Deyarmin wasn’t quite sure why her name was being called out on the loudspeakers at the end of the Middleburg Classic Horse Show (Va.) on Sept. 25. After all, she was working as a groom at the show, not a competitor.

But she ended up in an awards ceremony herself, accepting the sportsmanship award.

September 29, 2016

The Answers To Throwback Thursday: Guess Who? 3.0

Do you know who appeared in our Guess Who? 3.0 article? The answers are below!

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September 29, 2016

Throwback Thursday: Guess Who? 3.0

Can you identify these top pros from their younger years? (There's a link to the page with the answers at the bottom of the page.)

If you think this was fun, check out the original Guess Who? article and the Guess Who? 2.0!

September 27, 2016

Horses Arrive For Longines Masters Of Los Angeles

On Sunday, Sept. 25, 43 of the world's best horses touched down at Los Angeles International Airport to compete in the Sept. 29-Oct. 2 Longines Masters of Los Angeles. 

This is the third year of the L.A. Masters and it involves a change in venue. After two years in the heart of downtown Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the show is moving 20 miles south to Long Beach, Calif., and the Long Beach Convention Center.

September 21, 2016

SFN Zenith Not Sold At Online Auction

The online auction sale of Dutch show jumper Jeroen Dubbeldam’s Olympic, World Games and European Championships partner, SFN Zenith N.O.P., was unsuccessful, with the Springpaarden Fonds Nederland fund buying the horse back at the conclusion of the bidding period.

September 15, 2016

Faces Of The Rio Paralympic Games

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil—Sept. 15  

Smiles, tears, true elation. They're all on display as the para-equestrian riders compete at the Rio Paralympics, Sept. 11-16 at the Deodoro Equestrian Complex. We put together a few favorite photos...

Dutch rider Sanne Voets, who competed in the Grade III, gave Demantur a well deserved carrot after their ride. Photo by Lizz Gregg/FEI

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