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Sovereign Award Winning Horse of the Year: Wonder Gadot

Wonder Gadot, owned by Gary Barber, claimed the 2018 Horse of the Year Sovereign Award, and was named Champion Three-Year-Old Female.

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American Dressage Dynamo Extraordinaire Robert Dover

One of the most recognizable figures in the dressage world, Robert Dover has represented the US at six Olympic Games and multiple world championships.

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Canadian Dressage Star Jill Irving: Moving Forward While Giving Back

Jill Irving’s first experiences in the equestrian world were a far cry from the glitz and glamour of Wellington, Florida, where she now competes.

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John “J.T.” Taylor Has Built a Remarkable Life Around Watching Horses Jump

John “J.T.” Taylor has built a career as a respected FEI official, but he considers it more of an honour to be able to watch top horses and riders perform.

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Australian Eventer Andrew Hoy Never Looks Back

Australian eventer Andrew Hoy, who competed in his first Olympic Games in 1984, is aiming for a record eighth Games with Vassily de Lassos.

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Hunter Guru Kristjan Good is King of the Ring

Kristjan Good has been called ‘hunter guru’ and ‘derby whisperer’ – both terms the modest rider would likely disagree with, but he’s earned the monikers.

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Training to Win with Reade Baker: Coming Back from Winter Break

In this first installment of “Training to Win” with Reade Baker, the veteran Thoroughbred trainer shares his insights on techniques and strategies.

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Faces at the Races: Woodbine’s Vice-president Jonathan Zammit

Jonathan Zammit became Woodbine Racetrack’s vice-president of thoroughbred racing operations in January of 2017 – a challenge he’s taken on with gusto.

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OTTB: Go Greeley, John Ross & Cathy Wong

As a racehorse, he was a barn favourite. As an off-the-track retired Thoroughbred, Go Greeley is learning what it takes to be an equitation horse.

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Struck Apparel: Stylish and Functional Designs for Equestrians

Struck Apparel creators Ashley Glanc and Kevin Maxie have turned their passion for style and function into a thriving equestrian apparel business.