The Death of a Racehorse

Flyfly Fly Delilah felt fine to Jimmy Rivera as they strode to the track on the sunny morning of November 25, 2008. It was just past 7:30 at Calder Race Course in South Florida and Rivera had already galloped four horses in two uneventful hours of training. But his assignment for Flyfly Fly Delilah required […]

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Timed to Perfection, Kent Farrington

Who could have foreseen that a young boy from Chicago with no family background in equestrian sport would go on to become world number one? The American showjumper, Kent Farrington, began riding at the age of eight after finding a picture of his mother on a horse. It was the beginning of an exemplary career, […]

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