Showing 1 - 10 of 84 Stories for Hugh Wiley
Beauty afoot at the Garden
Seventy-five years old this week, the New York National again features the elegance and grace of the world's top riders
Wiley Wins Again
In a rousing show at Toronto the U.S.E.T.'s star puts himself and team over some climactic jumps
An embarrassment of ladies
They spoiled the plan to pick a Pan American squad from top Wofford Cup scorers
The exciting West German riders came from behind to win at New York's National
A Triumph and a Mystery
In New York the U.S. Equestrian Team won glory and Mexico's Mariles fought a new foe
Three girls for the Grand Prix
They can muster only 59 years among them, but in the exacting field of dressage they are the newest medal-hunters for the U.S. at the Pan American Games
Horses in contempt
The top stables ignored Chicago's Court of Final Judgment, and the show lost its quality
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
Chapot and Warren Wofford were chosen with 1952 Olympic Rider Bill Steinkraus and 1955 U.S. Equestrian Team Member Hugh Wiley. Dressage and Three ...
A HERD OF HORSE SHOWS
The hottest rider at the show, literally and figuratively, and certainly the happiest, was Hugh Wiley, who won the Open Jumping Championship on Mrs. Joshua ...
Events and Discoveries of the Week
In 1955 Hugh Wiley, a leading member of the U.S. equestrian team, bought Nautical, curbed his wildness and soon developed him into a dependable and ...