Showing 1 - 10 of 11 Stories for Alice Higgins
At Louisville a dark horse won, an old champion made a comeback, and The Lemon Drop Kid conquered all
American horsemen rise above the machine age to take part in the Equestrian Olympics, Melbourne's Swedish Overture.
The ring was elegant at Miami's Charity Horse Show, but behind the scenes the abuse of the Tennessee Walking Horse continued unchecked.
Wiley Wins Again
In a rousing show at Toronto the U.S.E.T.'s star puts himself and team over some climactic jumps
Year of the dagger at Devon
The Devon (Pa.) horse show, scene in 1964 of a near riot by rebellious exhibitors (SI, June 15, 1964), this year featured the stabbing of a trainer just outside the ...
The Sunshine Circuit goes into eclipse
More than half of a once flourishing group of Florida shows have vanished in a turmoil of confused disputes, although the few that managed to function this season attracted surprisingly large entry lists
Devon takes a ribbon for casualties
Despite a tragicomic succession of accidents, it was a splendid show, enlivened by three unabashed refugees from the Thoroughbred racetrack
If you aim O'Malley he'll jump
...but the problem is to aim him. That's what Jim Elder did at the Toronto Royal show, to take top honors in the year's last big event
Devon beat the virus and Kelley beat the band
Some of the top stables were home nursing their ailing horses but the large and fashionable Main Line crowds saw exciting competition
The man who saved the famed Lipizzan stallions tells how they are trained
"The romance of the Spanish Riding School of Vienna, home of the graceful white Lipizzan stallions, has fostered a cult without equal in the equestrian world.