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Equestrian News:

This Week in Laura Graves News: Two New Titles and a Freestyle Victory

Last week, Laura Graves introduced new music in her winning Freestyle. The musical overture features dramatic orchestral swells and rhythmic percussion sequences. It does not include a clip of DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win (Win, Win, No Matter What),” which presumably was a gross oversight on behalf of her musical choreographer. *shakes head* Because Continued The post This Week in Laura Graves News: Two New Titles and a Freestyle Victory appeared first on Horse Network. ...


Laura Graves Named USEF Equestrian of the Year and All Is Right with the World

Everyone can breathe easy tonight. Laura Graves, the only correct choice for 2018 USEF Equestrian of the Year title, took home the Robert P. Strub Trophy at the Pegasus Awards last night. It’s an honor that has eluded the Florida-based rider for the past four years and one that has not been won by a dressage Continued The post Laura Graves Named USEF Equestrian of the Year and All Is Right with the World appeared first on Horse Network. ...


Ukulman de la Nutria Is a Mystery Waiting to be Solved

Brazil’s Celso Ariani and Ukulman de la Nutria captured the first WEF Challenge Cup of the 2019 Winter Equestrian Festival season in Wellington, FL on Wednesday. And it’s left us with so many questions. Last to go in a six-horse jump off, Ariani piloted the 2008 Selle Français gelding to victory over a field of Continued The post Ukulman de la Nutria Is a Mystery Waiting to be Solved appeared first on Horse Network. ...


Taking a Bow: Teach Your Horse to Plié

Who doesn’t want a reason to take a bow Teaching your horse a few simple tricks can absolutely be fun for you both, but did you know that some tricks also offer physiological benefits The Plié, for example, stretches the horse’s forehand, shoulders, and back. In the movement the horse lowers his head deeply and Continued The post Taking a Bow: Teach Your Horse to Plié appeared first on Horse Network. ...


Jamie Barge Sounds Off

Haygain sponsored rider Jamie Barge is a short-listed member of the US show jumping team, a World Cup finalist, and a threat in any jump off. She’s also hearing impaired. Here Barge shares what it takes to be successful at the international level when you start with a competitive disadvantage. As told to Carley Sparks. Continued The post Jamie Barge Sounds Off appeared first on Horse Network. ...


#TBT: That Time Ted Edgar Jumped the Hickstead Derby with a Broken Arm

Show jumping legend Ted Edgar has been heralded as a larger-than-life character, an innovator ahead of his time and a gifted horseman. He’s also a straight-up bad a**. A leading jockey in the 50s, 60s and 70s, Edgar captured the King George V Gold Cup in 1969 and twice won the leading Showjumper of the Year title—first Continued The post #TBT: That Time Ted Edgar Jumped the Hickstead Derby with a Broken Arm appeared first on Horse Network. ...


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