It’s time to play Who Jumped It Best?! In this edition we feature a selection of horses and riders competing in the CIC* at The Fork Horse Trials, presented by Lucky Clays Farm, at the...» Read More!
“You’re going to sit back and ride this confidently, or you’re going to cry for your mommy.” That was course designer Ian Stark’s advice for negotiating the huge log drop at the Ship’s Quarters water...» Read More!
We asked photographer extraordinaire Sherry Stewart to snap some photos from the Junior Training Rider division this weekend at Twin Rivers, and we’re pleased to bring you the latest edition of Who Jumped It Best?...» Read More!
We’re back with another edition of Who Jumped It Best from the recent Pine Top Horse Trials in Thomson, Georgia. Check out these Junior Training and Senior Training Riders over the imposing Hammock. Put on...» Read More!
It’s time for another edition of Who Jumped It Best? featuring some Intermediate combinations from Rocking Horse Winter II this weekend. Thanks to our favorite friendly neighborhood wearer of hats, photographer JJ Sillman, we have...» Read More!
After an event-less month-and-a-half it was great to get back out onto a show grounds last weekend and wander around the beautiful Stable View Farm for a few hours. The event was blessed with perfect...» Read More!
This big, solid corner has been a permanent fixture at Poplar Place Farm in Hamilton, Ga. for as long as I can remember. Used alone or in various combination set ups over the years, it...» Read More!
The Tryon Riding and Hunt Club is celebrating its 41st annual horse trials at the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center in Landrum, SC this weekend. The TR&HC was founded in 1925 by Carter P. Brown. In...» Read More!
The CIC* A and B divisions ran over Nina Fout’s cross country track this morning at Plantation Field International Horse Trials. Time penalties proved to be the deciding factor on the state of the leaderboard...» Read More!
Windridge Farm is a family-owned farm in Mooresboro, NC with rolling terrain, a friendly atmosphere and dedicated competitors who make a point to attend their seasonal events. The competition this weekend featured Beginner Novice through...» Read More!
It’s a tough contest, as everyone jumped it well! I know I’ll be using unofficial criteria, like “best purple cross-country gear” (a close race between Maya and Lindsay), “best horse name” (Bacon Bits, yes!)...» Read More!
The Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park is such a beautiful venue, with wide open galloping lanes, lush greenery and an intimate view of the foothills. What a treat for us all to enjoy a competition in...» Read More!
GMHA H.T. riders toughed it out in the rain on cross country day at this year’s June event, held over the weekend in South Woodstock, Vermont. The weather was no hindrance to these Prelim division...» Read More!
It’s time for a special Who Jumped It Best featuring the famous Rolex Head of the Lake. This complex is a crowd favorite and a true test of horse and rider year after year. The Head...» Read More!
In addition to three FEI divisions and Beginner Novice through Advanced Horse Trials, Poplar Place Farm hosted both an Area III Adult Team Challenge and a Collegiate Team Challenge with six teams participating in each...» Read More!
Not only did Carolina International have three days of dressage this year, but they also have three consecutive days of cross country action, which got underway today with the huge CIC* division. With 77 starters...» Read More!
Pine Top Farm’s winter/spring season got underway last weekend in Thomson, Ga. The cross country course, designed by Derek di Grazia and Jeff Kibbie and built by Rob Mobley, was beautifully presented. There were several...» Read More!
It’s time to play Who Jumped It Best? Ocala Horse Properties Winter II Intermediate Edition! Our friend, JJ Sillman, was kind enough to share some photos from the Intermediate cross country this weekend, and we...» Read More!
It’s time to play a fun version of Who Jumped It Best! I had the privilege of watching some seriously talented young horses this weekend at Fair Hill, all vying for the 4- and 5-year-old...» Read More!
Thanks once again to Joan Davis of Flatlandsfoto, we’ve got a new edition of Who Jumped It Best? to play this week! Take a look at these riders from the Open Intermediate division at the...» Read More!
We’re still going through a bit of Rebecca Farm withdrawal, so we decided to put together one last edition of Who Jumped It Best? for you. We’ll be publishing a final gallery of photos this...» Read More!
I had a chance to run out and catch some Prelim cross country yesterday and watched several pairs jump through the Western Town complex. It’s quite an entertaining little series of jumps, although I’m sure...» Read More!
The competition may have just commenced, but we’ve already seen riders out on cross country this afternoon. The Novice divisions rode their dressage tests this morning and also are running cross country this afternoon, so...» Read More!