One of the tremendous joys of being back on site, photographing and writing about events, is the endless satisfaction I get out of going through my stash of images afterwards, analysing the minutiae of each...» Read More!
Time for an extra-adorable edition of “Who Jumped It Best?” This week we’re heading to Huntington Farm in South Strafford, Vermont, which celebrated its 50th year as a USEA event last year but this year...» Read More!
This Who Jumped It Best? takes us to a place that I hold very near and dear to my heart, Ashland Farm in Walnut Grove, Ga. Ashland is where I grew up riding with longtime...» Read More!
It’s time for another edition of Who Jumped It Best? Our latest edition is brought to you once again by Joan Davis of Flatlandsfoto (don’t forget to order your show prints at her website here!),...» Read More!
We’re celebrating the post-quarantine return of USEA recognized horse trials at Stable View Farm with a three-part “Who Jumped It Best?” series! Yesterday we weighed in on the Intermediate division, and today’s we are checking...» Read More!
Stable View Farm has been inspiring us all year with their bugger-on attitude in the face of all manner of disaster, from tornados to a largely canceled spring competition season. Hats off to Stable View owner...» Read More!
King Oak Farm H.T. was a fixture on the Area I calendar for over 30 years. The beautiful 180-acre farm in Southampton, Massachusetts, hosted two recognized events each year, in early May and September, in...» Read More!
With the dawning of cross country day at the 2019 Dutta Corp./ Fair Hill International Three-Day Event in Elkton, Maryland, came the usual pre-cross country excitement and tension. Riders warmed up and found their zen...» Read More!
Time for another edition of “Who Jumped It Best?” This week we head to Larkin Hill H.T. in North Chatham, New York, where 16 horse/rider combinations tackled the Introductory cross country course. Good luck with...» Read More!
If you know me, you know that Junior Beginner Novice is my favorite division of them all. The spunk, the smiles, and those first cross country colors … mine were turquoise and purple, and lemme...» Read More!
There are certain fences that every rider wants a photo over. At the uppermost levels, Burghley’s Cottesmore Leap and Kentucky’s Head of the Lake top the bill, while Withington Manor’s iconic ditch-and-table has been the subject of...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram Today, Chinch infiltrated the world of showjumping. “But they all fall down,” he squeaked in puzzlement. He had to have a lie down when we told him about the prize...» Read More!
The first leg of the 2019 Nations Cup series got off to a rollicking good start over the weekend at the Saracen Horse Feeds Houghton International Horse Trials, with Germany taking a consecutive fifth win....» Read More!
Horses and riders enjoyed a beautiful, blue-skied weekend at Twin Rivers Spring International Event in Paso Robles, California. Photographer extraordinaire Sherry Stewart...» Read More!
Today’s edition of “Who Jumped It Best?” takes us back to sunny Sunday at the Belton International Horse Trials in Lincolnshire, England. There, we saw much of our forthcoming Badminton field — plus many of...» Read More!