Articles Tagged 'Eventing'

Equestrian Travel Articles

Tamarack Hill Farm’s Horse Camp with Denny Emerson

Camp isn't just for kids anymore! Learn about Denny Emerson's adult camp for eventers in Part IV of Adult Riding Camps.  Learn about The Vershire Riding School in Part I, Crossogue Equestrian Centre in Part II and The Mountain Top Inn & Resort in Part III of Adult Riding Ca...

Equestrian Travel Articles

Adult Horse Camp at The Vershire Riding School in Vermont

Whether you’re a competitive equestrian looking for intensive training with your horse or a beginner who has always wanted to try horseback riding, there’s an adult riding camp for you! Learn about Adult Riding Camps in Part I of this four part series. For many adults, summer camp br...

Equestrian Travel Articles

Horseback Riding in Aiken’s Hitchcock Woods

Rich in history, the Hitchcock Woods offers 70 miles of pine forest trails guaranteed to please any equestrian. When my friend asked if I would be interested in helping her drive her mare back to Massachusetts after a month of training in Aiken, I jumped at the chance. Three days in South Caroli...

Expert Equestrian Articles

Hunter Paces to Help Your Cross Country

Hunter Pacing as a stand in for cross country – a golden opportunity for eventers and their mounts. By Bernadette Palmeri One of the most challenging aspects to eventing is the lack of resources that so many competitors face. Because we are not all privy to a fully stocked cross count...

Expert Equestrian Articles

Dream Jobs: Saddle Fitter

Sarah Steel uses her equestrian career to help horses and riders perform their best. by Karen Braschayko Sarah Steel has been riding since childhood, and she turned her love of equines into a business. As a saddle fitter in Yorkshire, England, she travels the countryside to help horses and t...

Ex-Racehorse Adoption Blog

Neville Bardos: For the Love of the Horse

Read about equestrian Boyd Martin, who is competing in the London 2012 Olympics as a member of the U.S. Equestrian team, and his special horse, Neville Bardos. Neville Bardos is Boyd's backup horse for the Olympics, and it was quite the journey to get him to London! by Ann Jamieson ...

Darley’s Travel Blog

Cross Country at the Rolex Three Day

Watch a video from the Rolex Three Day's Cross-Country Course and learn about this fast-paced equestrian competition. by Darley Newman This year's Rolex Kentucky Three-Day is fast approaching. This annual spring qualifying event for the Olympic Games and World Championships draws large...

Darley’s Travel Blog

Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Jane Beshear Interview

Hear from Kentucky's First Lady Jane Beshear about the sport of eventing and the Rolex Three Day in video interview. by Darley Newman At the Rolex Three Day at Lexington's Kentucky Horse Park, I was able to meet Kentucky's First Lady Jane Beshear and get her take on the sport of ev...

Meet Your Host

Meet Your Host-  Scarlett Oak Equestrian Centre

Learning to ride at the age of five on the Ivory Coast of Africa and going on to train with great pro-riders and coaches, including Caroline Powell, Blyth Tait, Jody Harstone, Vaughn Jefferies, Mark Todd and Lucinda Green, Celine Falletta has led an interesting equestrian life. Learn about her bac...