Blog

American Show Jumping Under Attack; An Exclusive Interview with USHJA President Mary Babick

July has been a very difficult month for the powers that be in Show Jumping in the United States. First there was the fallout from the unprecedented lengthy suspension of renowned trainer Larry Glefke and superstar hunter rider Kelley Farmer. The second hit was legendary American rider and trainer Katie Prudent ripping the current state of […]Read More »

The Wizard Of HITS Exposed

Deloise In America has laid down the gauntlet to HITS and Tom Struzzieri. https://deloiseinamerica.com/2017/04/26/an-open-letter-to-tom-stuzzieri/ For so many years riders, owners, trainers, vendors, staff, grooms, fans, and horses have been victimized by the money machine that has debilitated the horse show industry in America. I am interested to see if Struzzieri will acknowledge her open letter […]Read More »

Everyones A Winner?

The short video below is the inspiration for this article.Read More »

Jewel - A Legendary Pony Retires

For the past decade, show jumping spectators in Western Canada have been watching a once in a lifetime pony in the local jumper rings. Born in 1995, standing 14 1/4hh, the Canadian Connemara pony Jewel (Bally’s Friar Tuck x Sea Me Two) has enjoyed a storied career with unprecedented success. From 2008 to 2016 the […]Read More »

Show Jumping Rio 2016 -The Future Of The Sport Arrives, And It Looks Great! Exclusive: An Interview With Olympic Course Designer Guilherme Jorge!

The Olympic Individual Show Jumping concluded last week in a thrilling and emotional event in Brazil, and fans worldwide watched as the sport took on a different look. It is fitting that 58-year-old Nick Skelton, one of the greatest riders of all time, capped a spectacular career in golden fashion. The scorecard looked dramatically different […]Read More »

Older Entries »