Abbey Turner’s go-for-it year

By LIZ CRUMBLY Editor Abbey Turner, of Traveler’s Rest, S.C., has decided to make this a period of her life the one where she pursues her horse showing goals to the fullest  – in fact this has been Abbey Turner’s go-for-it year. She didn’t get to do it as a child or as an amateur … Read more Abbey Turner’s go-for-it year

Pinto World: Haley Settles’ new perspective

By LIZ CRUMBLY Editor Haley Settles entered this year’s Pinto World Show with a new perspective – literally. It was her first World show with her four-year-old “WR Magic Mike” – a gentle giant at nearly 17.3 hands. The gelding, known as “Jackson” around the barn, is quite a bit taller than Settles’ previous 15.1-hand … Read more Pinto World: Haley Settles’ new perspective

Pinto World: a ‘homebred’ championship

By LIZ CRUMBLY Editor When Dane Valentine rode into the arena at this year’s Pinto Horse World Championship Show to win the Youth Novice Walk/ Trot horsemanship class, it was on a sparkling, homebred palomino paint mare. When Valentine calls “KTRs Elegant By Eight” a “homebred,” he means his trainer, Keri Davidson, of Adairsville, Ga., … Read more Pinto World: a ‘homebred’ championship

Donations still needed for horses affected in La. flooding

By ANALISA CAMELIN Staff writer The flooding in Louisiana in August brought historic water levels; humans and animals required assistance, but the latter group sometimes proved harder to help simply because they could not voice their needs. Most animal lovers would agree  four-legged creatures’ needs come second to those of people, but in the case … Read more Donations still needed for horses affected in La. flooding

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