What in the World: You’re Not Too Old, And Neither Is The Horse

Neva Rose Powers started riding at the age of 68. Her mount, HA Bold Flyer, is 29. Together they earned the Dressage Federation’s Century Club Award. As Neva says, “I have found a new passion that gives me more joy than anything in my life,” by Denise Hearst Read now...

2021 Egyptian Event

After decades in Kentucky, the Egyptian Event moves to Virginia, by Rebecca Rogers Read now Related Posts 2021 Egyptian Event 2021 Tevis Cup Egyptian Breeder Profiles Scottsdale 2021...

Moments in Time: Fifty Years On

“I’m writing this to celebrate a special occasion, but with somewhat mixed feelings. The year 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of my association with Arabian horses. where did the time go?,” by Betty Finke Read now Related Posts 2021 Egyptian Event Moments in Time:...

2021 Tevis Cup

One hundred and thirty-three horses galloped out of Robie Park near Lake Tahoe in the 65th running of the Western States Tevis Cup. Just 63 horse and rider teams finished the grueling 100 miles. We talk with the winner, the breeder of the winning horse, and the Haggin...

Marbach: Past, Present and Future

Welcome to Marbach, the oldest state stud and the oldest Arabian breeding program in the world, by Betty Finke Read now Related Posts 2021 Tevis Cup Marbach: Past, Present and Future A Breeders View – Holly Dillon Cover Story – JR...