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Canadian Paralympian Roberta Sheffield is on the Road to Tokyo

As a member of Canada’s national para-dressage team since 2013, Roberta (‘Bert’) Sheffield is no stranger to international success in the showring.

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Equestrian Entrepreneur is Helping Make Horse Events Safer

Ex-cop Jeff Bagg became an entrepreneur in the horse industry by acting as consultant, helping horse shows prepare for worst-case scenarios.

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American Show Jumper Eve Jobs is One Smart Apple

Eve Jobs, daughter of Apple’s Steve Jobs, has made a name for herself as a show jumper – and is ranked among the top riders under 25 from around the world.

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Young Guns: Profiling Show Jumper Leanna Lazzari

Leanna Lazzari says she wants the last rounds she rides as a junior to take place it the Coca-Cola Coliseum at the Royal Horse Show.

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German Dressage Rider Christoph Koschel Took an Alternative Path

He had the talent to become a dressage superstar, but Germany’s Christoph Koschel made a choice to build his dreams another way, and is now a top trainer.

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Canadian Eventer Dana Cooke is Going Full Steam Ahead

British Columbia-native Dana Cooke is a new face on the Canadian Eventing Team, who helped them win a bronze medal at the 2019 Pan Am Games.

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Porter Brothers Are Rising American Show Jumping Stars

We chat with brothers Wilton and Lucas Porter, who are students of the famed Jeroen Dubbledam, about their show jumping successes and more.

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Bécancour Equestrian Complex is Quebec’s New Equestrian Paradise

Horse Sport magazine takes a tour of a new world-class, state-of-the-art horse show facility in Quebec that you may have never even heard of.

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Young Guns: Profiling Show Jumper Dannie Murphy

When a very special horse entered her life, Dannie Murphy’s dream of representing Canada at the North American Youth Championships came true.

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Nothing Fazes Favy the One-Eyed Eventing Horse

The “super-cheeky” eventing horse Favonious Nite, ridden by Canadian eventer Holly Jacks-Smither, not only copes with eye loss, but seems to thrive.