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Wash Ashore on Martha's Vineyard

Summertime on Martha’s Vineyard is the season of washashores, or seasonal visitors to the island as local residents call them, arriving to take over this small, 20-mile-long block of land off of the coast of Massachusetts. From June to September, the Vineyard becomes bustling with tourists and vacationers returning to their summer homes to soak up the sun and escape the mainland.

Ribeyes, Reubens, and Riding—Omaha, NE

Known as the “Gateway to the West,” Omaha, NE, offers more than just steak and insurance. A major metropolis set within the Cornhusker State, this year marks the first time in history that it will be home to the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping & FEI World Cup Dressage Finals.

Let's Go to the Fair!—Deerfield, NH

It’s no secret that New Hampshire is the place to be in the autumn—the swarms of leaf peepers tell us that— but there is more to the small state than just pretty trees and lake houses. Every year at the end of September, New Hampshirites…

South of the Border—Head to Rio de Janeiro

As if sun, sand, and surf weren’t reason enough to travel down south to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the city is hosting the 2016 Olympic Games this month (yes, ponies included!).  Held August 5-21, Rio’s Olympics are…

Fall Into Paradise -- Travel to Northampton, MA

By Jane Carlton Embrace your inner artist while indulging in the beautiful fall leaves in Northampton, MA. Situated in idyllic western Massachusetts, the picturesque town is home to some of the most unique restaurants, galleries, and stores that the Bay…

Aiken, South Carolina

  If you’ve always dreamed of vacationing somewhere where you’re surrounded by your fellow equestrians, and even better—a place to bring your horse with you—Aiken, SC, is the place to go. Boyd and Silva Martin, Phillip Dutton, and Kim Severson…

Great Getaways: Aiken, South Carolina

Aiken, South Carolina is the perfect getaway for the horse enthusiast. Racing, polo, carriage driving, hunting, jumping, eventing, dressage and steeplechasing are all avidly pursued in this historic southern town. The town’s equestrian past was dominated by the “Winter Colonists”…

In This Issue

- Annual Youth Issue
- Scholarships and Grants for Equestrians
- The 411 on Combined Driving Events
- Keep Your Horse Healthy While Trailering

 

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