April 3, 2017
Because we've all been there...
This week's Missed It! Mondays victim, Samantha Johnson, sent us this amazing photo from Princeton Show Jumping (N.J.) taken during her first ever low junior jumper class on Campol.
"I decided to take a risky inside turn to the last fence, and the distance was so bad that he halted," said Johnson. "I went to circle, but being the saint that he is, he jumped it from a standstill and left it standing! I fell within two feet of the timers (please note the flying stirrup). Everyone was fine, thankfully, and he got lots of treats for putting up with me."
Photo by Paws And Rewind
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Five Perfect Rounds Reaps A World Cup Win For Ward

It's taken 17 tries, but McLain Ward finally snagged a Longines FEI World Cup Final win. We've got the round-by-round action from the competition, daily updates, behind-the-scenes photos and much more.

Werth Dominates At The FEI World Cup Dressage Final

Isabell Werth and Weihegold OLD claimed the FEI World Cup Final Dressage trophy ahead of U.S. combination Laura Graves and Verdades. We've got live blogs of all the action, stories from interesting competitors who didn't make it to the podium, and a report from a special clinic Werth taught during the event. 
Behind The Stall Door With: Sundayboy, Presented By The World Equestrian Center

He helped propel rising star Anna Buffini to the international dressage arena, and now he's retiring at 18 years young. Get to know this mischievous fellow.

Jennie Brannigan Gets Her Feet Wet In Timber Racing
Ever since international eventer Jennie Brannigan started galloping race horses for Michael Matz she'd had it in the back of her mind that she'd like to ride in a timber race, and she got her chance at a schooling race held at Plantation Field (Pa.) on March 24
Ashley Holzer Now Competing For The United States

Canadian Olympian Ashley Holzer is now representing the Stars And Stripes when she enters the dressage ring, and we got all the details. 

Show Jumping Issue

Get to know the Whitaker family, who has ruled British show jumping for four decades, and 2014 Longines FEI World Cup Finals winner Daniel Deusser, one of Germany's hottest young talents. Go behind the scenes at Margie Engle's Gladewinds Farm in Wellington, Fla., and meet Roscoe, Mark Jungherr's horse of a lifetime who still has the best stall in the barn a decade after his retirement. Plus hear how ever-increasing prize money at the top of the sport influences, or doesn't, the showing plans of top U.S. riders. 
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