A PSA: Get An HSA

A PSA: Get An HSA

Whenever I go through a crisis, I always ask myself, “What can I learn from this experience? What can I do better?” I’ve learned a few things from my recent broken hand experience: that horses are silly, that hands are fragile, that appropriate pain medication is wonderful, and that good people are even better. But

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Behind The Stall Door With: Lafitte De Muze

Behind The Stall Door With: Lafitte De Muze

Often riders and grooms will describe their horse as having a puppy-dog personality, but if any horse ever epitomized that phrase it would be superstar hunter Lafitte De Muze. I spent about an hour chatting with Ashmeadow Farm barn manager Tim Delovich in Ocala, Florida, and “Lafitte” quickly became my buddy, licking my hands and

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Pre-Junior Jumping Championship Added To 2020 NAYC

Pre-Junior Jumping Championship Added To 2020 NAYC

On Dec. 3, officials from the U.S. Equestrian Federation announced the addition of the inaugural pre-junior jumping championship to the competition schedule for the 2020 Adequan FEI North American Youth Championships hosted at the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival in Traverse City, Michigan, Aug. 4-9, 2020. The pre-junior championship is open to athletes FEI ages 14-16

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Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton’s Relationship Somehow Sounds More Complicated Than Ever

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton’s Relationship Somehow Sounds More Complicated Than Ever

Generally, you expect those reports to be overblown. You at least hope they are. The ones about unraveling family ties, short-circuiting bonds and any other issue that’s supposedly evidence of a deepening rift among the young royals. For instance, the one last year about Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton having an “explosive row”—a “one-off” but,

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