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Molly Sorge

December 16, 2015

You Too Can Go Hunting With Helen!

A few weeks ago, we shared a thrilling helmet-cam video that Helen Newbold of England had posted on her Facebook page.

It got a huge response, with comments such as “I wish I had the courage to do that! That scared the pants off a rider as nervous as me, but what a fantastic bit of film, a great relationship and wonderful riding. Thank you for sharing this!” and “Thank you for a great day out hunting! I felt every jump! Can I have this wonderful horse?”

December 8, 2015

Ringside Chat: Katie Dinan Welcomes British Superstar Horse Dougie Douglas To Her Barn

Top English show jumper Dougie Douglas made headlines when selling at the Goresbridge Supreme Sale of Show Jumpers auction (Ireland) on Nov. 12. While at the time, the buyer was only identified as “an anonymous U.S. rider” through Irish agent Barry O’Connor, we have confirmed that Dougie Douglas is all settled in at Katie Dinan’s Wellington, Fla., farm and prepping for the 2016 Winter Equestrian Festival there.

December 1, 2015

Groom Spotlight: Hana Colman Keeps Hello Sanctos Happy

He might be the best show jumper in the world right now, but at home Hello Sanctos is still a horse who needs all the basic care and a lot of love. And Hana Colman is the one who provides that for the bay gelding.

Colman is just 22, but she’s earned a spot taking care of the world No. 1 jumper rider Scott Brash’s top horses and she’s also in a relationship with Brash. Together, they’re traveling the world, winning at the most glamorous horse shows and bringing out the best in some of the most talented horses.

November 18, 2015

Throwback Thursday: Bertalan de Némethy Remembered Two Great Horses

In 1965, the legendary Bertalan de Némethy, then serving as the coach of the U.S. show jumping team, wrote in the Aug. 6 issue of the Chronicle about two of Mrs. Eleanora Sears’ great jumpers who had served on the U.S. team—Ksar d’Esprit and Diamant.

Ksar d’Esprit

November 13, 2015

Will Our Sports Look Very Different In Future Olympic Games?

It’s very possible that the sports of eventing, dressage and show jumping could undergo drastic changes in the way they’re run at future Olympic Games.

One of the main topics of conversation at the Fédération Equestre Internationale’s General Assembly in San Juan, Puerto Rico, are the formats of those sports as they’re conducted at the Olympic Games.

FEI President Ingmar De Vos led discussions with national federations on proposed radical changes to Olympic competition formats.

November 6, 2015

Three U.S. Grooms On Short List For FEI Best Groom Award

Each year at the FEI Awards Gala, the title of FEI Best Groom is handed out to an outstanding caretaker in the FEI disciplines. And this year, three U.S. grooms have made the short list for the awards.

“Grooms are that special group of people who underpin the success of our entire sport, ever present but rarely in the spotlight,” said the FEI press release about the short list. “The Best Groom Award seeks to highlight those grooms who really go above and beyond for their horses and riders.”

November 2, 2015

Watch Why They Won: See The Top Rides From The 2015 ASPCA Maclay Finals

She was the first of 153 in the ring and she literally laid down the trip to beat. Mckayla Langmeier didn't let an unfortunate order of go keep her from the top spot in the ASPCA Maclay Finals on Oct. 31-Nov. 1.

October 30, 2015

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

Check the barn aisles the night before the ASPCA Maclay Finals this weekend, and I’d bet you won’t find too many Maclay riders out there on a ladder, braiding their own horse for the class. In fact, it might be just Rachael Davis there in the dark.

October 30, 2015

2015 ASPCA Maclay Finals: What You Need To Know

The ASPCA Maclay Finals get underway at 6:30 a.m., on Saturday, Oct. 31 for the first round of jumping. There are 153 riders on the order of go for the class, which will be run in a two-day format for the first time this year. 

October 30, 2015

William Fox-Pitt Continues To Improve

An update posted on the British Eventing website on Oct. 30 noted that eventer William Fox-Pitt, who suffered a head injury in an Oct. 17 fall while competing at the Le Lion d'Angers (France), has been released from the intensive care unit of the French hospital where he's being treated.

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