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The big winner. Photo Credit: The Chronicle of the Horse.Catching Up with Pessoa/USEF Medal Finals Winner, Spencer Smith

Last week we were all lucky enough to witness Spencer Smith dominate in the 2014 Pessoa/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Finals. Spencer become the first young man to win Medal Finals in 12 years, if you can believe it! Here is our champion’s quick recap of his gratifying Medal Finals experience.

“After a great experience during the Pessoa USEF Medal Finals. I am so thankful for the team of people behind me. It has really been a group effort to get me to this stage in my riding career. It takes so many people who work so tirelessly to get everything to come together. Geoff Teal, Don Stewart, David Nation and my parents, Ken and Emily Smith, have put so much time into training me and giving me the best opportunities available, but

mclainwardSaying Goodbye to a Champion - Sapphire

While we constantly hear about the lives and successes of top riders, less is known about their invaluable equine partners. Here is the first in a series to offer an inside look at the horses we are so proud to work with. We may know of classes they have won and titles they have been awarded, but their characters, quirks and traits are largely unknown to us, their adoring fans.

Sapphire is, of course, the most trusted mount of 2 time Olympian McLain Ward. The fourteen year old Belgian mare is co-owned by Ward and Blue Chip Bloodstock. A stunning chestnut, Sapphire is by the stallion Darco, who was and remains one of the most successful jumpers of all time, and passed his enormous talent on to over 3,000 foals. Sapphire has been ridden by Ward since 2002,and in that time they have built up a level of trust hat has vaulted them to the highest level of equestrian stardom. ‘Sara,’ as she is affectionately known in the barn, has a unique personality

maceyHorses are Remarkably Adaptable Creatures

We are excited to have our first blog post from Vanessa Bartsch, Head Coach of the Stanford University Equestrian Team. Last year Vanessa and the team were faced with quite the conundrum, and we were happy to be a part of the solution. Read on to learn more!

In 2005 we were given the green light to renovate Stanford’s historic Red Barn, and I returned to Stanford as the head coach. As we moved all of the horses into essentially a glorified circus tent, and into those tiny 10’x10’ show

wihsYoung Riders, Rejoice: There is Life After Your Junior Years!

“Amateur.” This dreaded term strikes fear into the eyes of many junior riders come November. Thoughts of perhaps fading away from the show-ring spotlight, the pressure of young adulthood, and questioning life’s next steps, all pile on top of this pivotal turning point in a young rider’s life. As a junior, whether competing in the equitation, hunters, jumpers, or a combination of all three, aging out marked the end of an era, the “golden years” that defined your career as a rider (or so you think). I certainly used to subscribe to this view. But, I’m here to tell you that there is life beyond the junior ranks, and it is wonderful.