Avery Klunick’s devastating announcement that In It To Win It didn’t make it out of colic surgery last night was met with a wave of support and well-wishes from eventers around the nation. “Winston” was...» Read More!
Our hearts are broken for Avery Klunick, who lost her friend and partner In It To Win It in colic surgery last night. Avery and “Winston,” a 16-year-old New Zealand Sport Horse, began their relationship...» Read More!
Avery Klunick is a well traveled girl. Growing up in Texas, she never imagined she’d one day end up on both coasts pursuing her dreams of competing at the uppermost levels of the sport. Now,...» Read More!
Since training with Boyd Martin and Richard Picken you can already see the improvement Posted by Avery Klunick on Monday, March 7, 2016 Here’s a good Monday laugh for you. Avery Klunick had a shining moment...» Read More!
With the recent naming of the 2016 Eventing 25/18 Training Lists, there are a lot of talented young riders who are ready to take the eventing world by storm. This winter, we’ll be spotlighting the E25...» Read More!
Avery Klunick had a great season competing at the Advanced level in 2014 and has taken to her blog to reflect on her growing career. She’s graciously agreed to share her blog post with us....» Read More!
There are “Oh Crap” moments, and then there are “OH CRAP” moments. Take Avery Klunick’s ridiculous save at the AECs, when In It To Win It came to a sudden stop during stadium and Avery nearly came...» Read More!
Avery Klunick and In It to Win It enjoyed a smooth round around Richard Jeffery’s show jumping course in the Adequan USEA Gold Cup final yesterday – until fence 9, that is. Approaching a black...» Read More!
The Nutrena American Eventing Championships are upon us finally, and the riders have converged from both sides of the nation to Tyler, Texas. The best of the west meets the top of the east in...» Read More!