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Bridging the Gap: Emergence of the 3’3 Equitation

Bridging the Gap: Emergence of the 3’3 Equitation

BY INTERN LAUREN AUBERT In the midst of the medal finals madness, horse shows offer competition for graduates of the 3’ height but also those who are not quite ready to move up to 3’6. As many 3’ and 3’6 riders are preparing for their respective equitation finals...

TPH Review: RJ Classics Grey Label Breeches

TPH Review: RJ Classics Grey Label Breeches

By TPH Web Director Betsy Kelley Beige breeches, as far as the eye can see... Beige breeches, but not a single pair for me. I have spent a good chunk of the past year trying to find a pair of show breeches that I am happy with. It always seems like they...

USEF Fails to Prosecute Farmer/Glefke Case

USEF Fails to Prosecute Farmer/Glefke Case

Statement by Kelley Farmer and Larry Glefke For Immediate Release - January 16, 2018 Kelley Farmer and Larry Glefke [long-time members of the United States Equestrian Federation], and their counsel, today are happy to announce that their suspensions by USEF which...

Most Memorable Ribbon

Most Memorable Ribbon

BY INTERN ANNIE BIRMINGHAM We’ve all heard it before and we’ll hear it again- riding is not just about the ribbons. While this may be true, there is an immense amount of pride in hanging up your winnings after a long day at the show. Here are some of team TPH’s most...

TPH Intern New Year’s Resolutions

TPH Intern New Year’s Resolutions

It’s the time of year again where everyone sets their New Year’s Resolutions so they have something to work for in 2018. All The Plaid Horse interns have worked hard last year, and have come up with a goal to help further advance their riding. Today, each Intern made...

Equitation Matters

Equitation Matters

BY ELIZABETH ONESS “A bent spine is the enemy of self-realization.” –– Paramahansa Yogananda Years ago, after a long break from riding, I was looking for a new trainer. I had a lesson with a hunter/jumper rider who told me, “You’re an adult––you don’t have to sit up.”...

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