(From the January 2017 Reiner Magazine) The surprise wasn't really that Andrea Fappani had won the Lucas Oil NRHA Level 4 Open Futurity, but the surprise was what horse he won it on, and how he did it. Spooky Whiz joined the Fappani training barn at the end of his 2-year-old year after Fappani purchased … Continue reading Andrea Fappani – Getting the Most From Your Horse
As I'm writing this, I realize that I have not been the best in updating my own website, and for that I'm embarrassed. However, maybe that's a good sign to show that I've been so busy with projects and work and promoting others that I don't have the time to promote myself? Yeah. Let's go … Continue reading On the Hunt – Equine Media Descend on Maryland
I just returned from a trip to Oklahoma City for the 2017 NRHA Derby, the aged event that celebrates 4-, 5-, and 6-year-old reining horses. It's always fun to see the horses that competed in the prior year's Futurity, as well as returning Futurity champions all in one building. I'll post some photos from my … Continue reading Getting the Most from Your Horse
Once again I had the opportunity to attend the National Reining Horse Association's marquee event: The NRHA Futurity & Adequan North American Affiliate Championships. I was doing coverage of the NAAC for the NRHA Reiner, and, as always, the experiences did not disappoint.
Last week was a crazy one for me. I've learned it is particularly difficult to cover an event that is happening in France while you're located in Kentucky. But, thanks to technology and social media, it wasn't too bad. I was doing remote coverage of the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games for the EquineChronicle.com and HorsesDaily.com. It … Continue reading A Golden World Equestrian Games for USA Reining