With its drama, color, motion and form, it’s no wonder Joan Porter Jannaman considers eventing among her favorite muses. We met the Hendersonville, Tennessee based artist, whose paintings have been featured on multiple covers of...» Read More!
Thanksgiving has come and gone, and the Christmas lights have already gone up around my neighborhood. While I try my darndest to steer clear of shopping malls and big retail stores during the biggest shopping weekend...» Read More!
As much as we need the rain, I wish there was a way to schedule it for “during my work hours” rather than “on my weekend.” The biggest bummer about rainy weather is that it...» Read More!
It’s not every day that we see a seasoned pro have an (in)Famous-worthy expression — but to be fair, this is a pretty mild case of the “Oh Craps.” Grace Darnell snapped this entertaining photo...» Read More!
Well, Eventing Nation, it’s that time again: I’ve cooked up some new (in)Famous illustrations, and this time, you’re the stars! Your “Oh Crap!” moments have been immortalized as caricatures for your friends to laugh at for your viewing pleasure. Because Parts 1 and 2 were so successful, hang...» Read More!
After over a year of artist’s block, I’ve thankfully found inspiration and have started drawing again. Maybe the arrival of spring has something to do with it, but any hour not spent at the barn...» Read More!
Ah, dressage. The epitome of equine partnership and control, this discipline takes tons of practice, patience, and core strength to achieve the flawless power and fluid motion of “horse ballet.” In previous incarnations of (in)Famous,...» Read More!
Sometimes you have a weekend so great that you don’t really mind going back to work on Monday. I was fortunate to have one of those this past weekend. Sunday morning was spent galloping around...» Read More!
Previously on (in)Famous, I examined some of the more colorful jumping and spooking styles that our horses throw at us – literally. I recently began training for a new job as a riding instructor, which...» Read More!
Wired.com recently brought to my attention a new work of art– a virtual horse that takes shape as more people stop to view it. The piece, titled Looking at a Horse, just finished a...» Read More!
In the spirit of Halloween, I would like to discuss a trait that all horses possess but few humans appreciate: their “spooking” instinct. While this undoubtedly saved many a prehistoric equine from sabertooth tigers and...» Read More!
One of the best things I’ve discovered about this sport is the diversity in the community for both humans and their trusty steeds; eventing mounts can come from any number of breeds and backgrounds, so...» Read More!