Magazine   The Chronicle of the Horse

Throwback Thursday: Jimmy Wiebe’s Bridlework Helped Shape The Show World

June 29, 2016

Note: This post is from The Chronicle of the Horse, please check them out for more information and news! By: Blogger Marianne Taylor Jimmy Wiebe at his stitching horse in his shop in Pottersville, N.J., in 1975. Photo courtesy of Jim Wiebe My family showed at the Devon Horse Show for more than 30 years. For most of those years, our ponies and horses wore custom-made ...

Magazine   The Chronicle of the Horse

Calling All Horse Lovers, Volunteer At GMHA!

June 20, 2016

Note: This post is from The Chronicle of the Horse, please check them out for more information and news!   South Woodstock, Vermont – June 6, 2016 Green Mountain Horse Association is looking for volunteers to help with our full slate of summer 2016 events that include Dressage, Carriage Driving, Eventing, Hunters & Jumper Shows, Trail Riding, Clinics and other equine ...

Magazine   The Chronicle of the Horse

Jen Alfano Recovering After Fall At Devon

June 16, 2016

Note: This post is from The Chronicle of the Horse, please check them out for more information and news! By: Ann Glavan Hunter professional Jennifer Alfano fractured her knee and tore her ACL after falling from Miss Lucy after a jump in the high performance hunter division on May 31 at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair (Pa.). Miss Lucy was unharmed in the incident. Two weeks out from ...

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Steps to Becoming a Professional Horseback Rider

June 14, 2016

So you love horses, and dream of Olympic competition and training horses at the highest levels? That’s great! But it is a difficult, highly competitive, and often expensive sport to compete in. It requires years of experience, hours and hours of devoted training, often on many different horses, and a true and accurate understanding of your strengths and weaknesses as a rider. Still interested? ...