“Bringing the equine world into the city, instead of bringing the people into the equine world, made it accessible to a whole new audience. Some participants even go on to find jobs and careers in an industry that was previously inaccessible.” (more…)
February is Black History Month. We’re always committed to inclusion and diversity in Equestrian sport, and we can think of no better time to highlight these awesome Black equestrian Instagram accounts. If you’re not already following them, you should be. (more…)
This weekend is the 2nd annual Tom Bass Seminar, featuring a four-hour series of panels exploring issues of race in equestrian sport. Four panels will be presented: Domestic, Youth, Media and International.
Strides for Equality Equestrians (SEE), the “moonshot” idea of five-star eventer and trainer Heather Gillette and historian Dr. Anastasia Curwood along with United States Eventing High Performance rider Matthew Brown, is pleased to announce its official launch.
The deadline for the first round of the Optimum Youth Equestrian Scholarship is tomorrow, Thursday, October 15. Sally Spickard gives the details on the inspiration fo the scholarship and how to apply. (more…)