After a four-year hiatus from competition, Mary McCormick returned to the arena in 2001 while living in Nashville, Tenn., where she started the state's first vaulting team, the Silver Star Vaulters
Jumping enjoys its place, both nationally and internationally, as one of the most popular and most recognizable equestrian events, aside from Thoroughbred racing.
The new issue of Equestrian Magazine has landed! With @mcutch1 cover story, it's one of our best issues ever. http://t.co/FmhnjCzc9K
RT @USEquestrian: #TBT in honor of #DressageFOC this weekend. 1994 WEG Bronze Medal winning U.S. Dressage Team #72Days to #WEG2014 http://t…
RT @USEquestrian: U.S.'s best in dressage all in one spot this weekend.
Spots at #WEG2014 in #73Days will be on-the-line. http://t.co/kbm…
The Mary McCormick way. http://t.co/VAhwYGXCPo http://t.co/lRnNDXswA1
"One of the biggest challenges is expanding the visibility of the sport and expanding participation." - C. Welton http://t.co/G5n3z0OYU1
“Mary [McCormick] is not only an equestrian vaulter at the highest level, she is also a horsewoman,” http://t.co/Nkbdj5SIpH
RT @huntjumpgroom: Important points about feeding your performance horse when traveling to shows this summer, via @USEFMag http://t.co/tp9K…
Keeping a traveling horse well nourished can be tricky. Gradual change & consistency are key http://t.co/qwOuSFxOOn http://t.co/9ZqA6JoPnQ
"Much forethought must be given to feeding strategy when transporting horses long distances..." http://t.co/WI6FxXr4Zz
Jumping at @normandie2014 will take place September 1-7 at the D’Ornano Stadium http://t.co/Do9EEZFJA9