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July 16, 2015

Deeridge Farm To Host Wellington World Cup Qualifier

For more than 10 years, the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Fla., has been the site for three FEI World Cup-qualifying grand prix classes. But a sponsorship conflict between Longines, the sponsor of the FEI World Cup series and final, and Rolex, a WEF venue sponsor, meant the end of World Cup classes at WEF after the 2015 classes.

July 13, 2015

Who Won What This Weekend

The headline of the weekend was the U.S. dressage team's emphatic gold medal win in the Pan American Games in Toronto. The Chronicle was there for all the pagentry and the great backstories, including how one top Canadian rider is supporting her team as a volunteer. You can read even more about all the Pan American dressage action in the Aug.

July 9, 2015

Top British Horse Hello Sanctos Won't Jump At European Championships

Scott Brash, who is currently ranked No. 1 in the Longines FEI Jumping Rankings, informed Horse & Hound that he will not be riding his top horse, Hello Sanctos, in the upcoming European Championships at Aachen, Germany, on Aug. 11-23.

July 9, 2015

Boyd Martin Has New Three-Star Ride

Olympic eventer Boyd Martin has a new ride in the barn with the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in mind. His supporters recently purchased Blackfoot Mystery, an 11-year-old Thoroughbred gelding previously campaigned by Kelly Prather to the three-star level. 

July 6, 2015

Behind The Stall Door With: Clearway

Swing open the stall door and it's like Tyra Banks is calling out a "Work it!" Clearway swivels his head around, puts his ears on high alert and quite literally poses. 

July 6, 2015

Who Won What This Weekend

Leslie Howard on Lennox Lewis 2.

June 25, 2015

Throwback Thursday: How Far Courses Have Come!

If you're at all worried about walking the course for an upcoming competition, just imagine what courses looked like 50 years ago! Flipping though the pages of Chronicles published in the 1960s reveals some truly amazing questions on course. 

June 23, 2015

Amateurs Like Us: Holly Bailey's Greatest Gift Has Inspired Her To Combine Horses With Hospitality

It was a phone call in 2009 that resulted in what amateur rider Holly Bailey describes as “the greatest gift I’ve ever received.”

While she was attending Hollins University (Va.), Bailey had fallen in love with Assault Shaker, a horse in the college’s riding program. “I started riding him my sophomore year. He was a harder one to ride because he’d take off with riders after each fence,” Bailey said. “I got along with him the best of anyone who was there at the same time I was there.”

June 23, 2015

Tori Colvin Shows Us What A 100 Hunter Score Looks Like

What does perfection look like? Well, for the judges at the Upperville Horse Show (Va.) a few weeks ago, it looked just like Tori Colvin's handy junior hunter round on Way Cool. 

Colvin and Way Cool scored a 100 from judges Linda Andrisani and Frank Willard, winning the class. In the Chronicle's coverage of Upperville in the June 29 issue of the magazine, we talked to Andrisani and Willard about just what went through their minds during and after Colvin's perfect trip. 

June 22, 2015

Who Won What This Weekend

Young U.S. show jumper Lucy Davis set the world on fire in the Netherlands on June 21, winning the pretigious Longines Grand Prix of Rotterdam aboard her trusty Barron. She beat a star-studded field that included heavy-hitting Europeans and it was just a week after she celebrated her graduation from Stanford University (Calif.).

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