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  • About Timmy Dutta

    At just 17 years old, Timmy Dutta is among the world’s top youth high goal polo players.

  • Adrienne Lyle: Staying Grounded

    Adrienne Lyle is currently the No. 2 ranked dressage rider in the United States and No. 18 in the World. When she's not riding or training, she's listening to music or climbing mountains.

  • Al Dunning - A Horseman of Many Talents

    Al Dunning is an accomplished horseman in three western performance events—reined cow horse, reining and cutting. He’s already a million-dollar rider in reining and now he’s closing in on the same title in cutting.

  • Behind the Scenes with Patty Stovel

    Sometimes it's the small details on the path to pursuing greatness that are most appreciated. Training and coaching remain central to Patty's business while she broadens her work to include earning her judge's license.

  • Daily Life of Reef - Championship Horse Bio | Vita Flex

    Gallant Reflection HU, known as "Reef" is a seven-year-old Zweibrücker stallion (Galant du Serein x Romaine, Rohdiamant) owned by Horses Unlimited Inc. and ridden by Olympic dressage bronze medalist Lisa Wilcox. Reef has been in training with Lisa since beginning under saddle, which has proven a wise decision as the pair claimed the top spot as the 2015 USEF Six-Year-Old National Champion. In 2016, Reef placed in the top six in the USDF Developing Prix St. Georges division of the National Championships. We checked in with Reef earlier this season in Wellington, Florida.

  • Get to Know Todd Minikus

    Gone riding: Show jumping, bull riding or Harleys? For Todd Minikus it could be any of the three.

  • Lisa Wilcox - Secrets to Balance

    Olympian Lisa Wilcox shares her secrets to finding balance in life.

  • Meet Adrienne Lyle in The Arena - Victory Team Rider | Vita Flex

    Born and raised on a small cattle farm in Washington, Vita Flex® Victory Team member Adrienne Lyle has always had a passion for horses. The family had two Shetland ponies, Mopsy and Flopsy, and Adrienne would spend all day playing cowboys and Indians on horseback and riding on the beach. She did Western games and barrel racing for awhile, then decided to learn how to jump, so she joined the United States Pony Club at age 8.

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