I've been photographing and writing about equestrian sports practically since the time of Eohippus, originally for newspapers and now for a variety of magazines and websites. My resume includes coverage of nine Olympics and more than a score of World Cup finals. I’ve also written several books, including Riding Through with Olympic dressage medalist Debbie McDonald.
While I tend to focus on show jumping, eventing and dressage, I also do stories on hunters, equitation, reining, a little bit of vaulting, combined driving and any interesting features that come my way.
I'll let you know what’s happening on the other side of the border with observations and updates several times a month.
~ Nancy Jaffer
The annual meeting of U.S. equestrian sports’ governing body used to be a big yawn. Literally. From the days when the organization was the American Horse Shows Association, through its transformation into USA Equestrian in the late 1990s, it often…
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