Untacked January/February 2015

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14 ja n ua r y/ f e b r ua r y 2 015 U n tac k e d contributors In This Issue Kristin Carpenter kristin juggles running her own company, linder educational Coaching, with organizing the area II young rider advancement Program out of Morningside Training farm in The Plains, Va., and competing at the feI levels of eventing. She's also one of our most popular bloggers on coth.com. kristin grew up in louisiana and competed at the north american junior and young rider Championships and the bromont CCI** on a green off-track Thoroughbred she bought as a teenager. She's now bringing another oTTb, lizzie, up the ranks. Laura St. Clair laura is a writer, adult amateur dres- sage rider, and the fresh voice behind the equestrian style blog SHaDbelly. raised on her family's farm near nashville, laura still holds dear her Middle Tennes- see Pony Club pin. She recently returned to her love of all things equestrian after a notable career in commercial real estate. laura, her husband George, and their two Hanoverians now reside in litchfield, Conn., and naples, fla. away from the barn, laura serves as assistant taster for George's napa-based winery, and she's finishing edits to her first feature screen- play, jubilation. SabIne SCHarnberG PHoTo Elena Lusenti originally from Milan, Italy, elena is a pho- tographer of horses and riders around the world. She brings her insightful eye to an equestrian culture she knows well, hav- ing competed with great success in high amateur-owner show jumping. Her travels around the globe always bring her back to her equestrian roots in Wellington, fla., where she currently resides. subscriptions & renewals: Mail: The Chronicle of the Horse, P. O. Box 433288 Palm Coast, FL 32143-3288 Phone: 800.877.5467 Email: subscriptions@chronofhorse.com Manuscripts and photographs, accompanied by return postage, will be handled with care. Publisher assumes no responsibility for unsolicited material. Copyright┬ę 2015 by The Chronicle of the Horse, LLC. Reproduction of any material (including photographs and drawings) without written permis- sion is prohibited. All rights reserved. The Chronicle of the Horse┬« and the distinctive masthead that appear on the cover of the magazine are all registered trademarks of The Chronicle of the Horse, LLC and may not be used in any manner without prior written permission. tHe cHronicle oF tHe Horse (issn 0009-5990) is published weekly except for Janu- ary 6, February 3, March 3, March 24, April 28, June 2, June 30, July 21, September 8, October 6, December 8 and December 29 by The Chronicle of the Horse, Inc., 108 The Plains Road, Middleburg, Virginia. Periodi- cals postage paid at Middleburg, VA and additional mailing offices. tHe cHronicle oF tHe Horse un- tacked is published bimonthly. It is part of your subscription to The Chronicle of the Horse. To order single copies, call 800-877-5467 or e-mail subscrip- tions@chronofhorse.com. subscription rates United States and possessions $59.95/yr. Canada $79.95/yr. Foreign (other than Canada) $159.95/yr. Digital-only $35/yr. For all subscription options see www.chronofhorse.com. postmaster submit address cHanges to P.O. Box 433288, Palm Coast, Florida 32143-3288 canada post Publications Mail Agreement #40612608 Canada Returns to be sent to Bleuchip International, P.O. Box 25542, London, ON, N6C6B2 contact us: nancy Jaffer There's nothing like living practically next door to the headquarters of the u.S. equestrian Team foundation in Gladstone, n.j., especially if you're an equestrian photojournalist. nancy jaffer has lived most of her life just a short canter from the famed stables, and her stories and photos are seen in publications around the world. She has written several books, including life in the Galloping lane and riding Through. She rides her own horse when she has the chance between her travels to competitions. Megan Brincks a former staff reporter for The Chronicle of the Horse, Megan now lives with her dog and cat in fort Worth, Texas, where she works for the american Paint Horse association. With time spent in almost every kind of saddle over the years, she rides whenever she gets the chance and recently started dipping her toes into the waters of eventing. When she isn't writing about, photographing or riding horses, she enjoys reading, traveling and hiking. laWrenCe j. naGy PHoTo aMy DraGoo PHoTo Tania Evans a freelance writer and editor for 40 years, Tania evans is also a lifelong art lover and rider. She has evented through the advanced level, was a rated polo player at Casa de Campo in the Dominican republic, has foxhunted in several countries and followed the hounds of the Waterloo Hunt, near her home in ann arbor, Mich., for years. Tania also serves as a senior appraiser with american Society of equine appraisers and enjoys biking, kayaking and golf in her spare time.

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