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.
"Most incredible, fantastic, glorious night!" #SeenandHeard http://t.co/5KsowYAyxq
"You will have to sacrifice in some areas, but riding is worth the time and effort." http://t.co/n8Fva2NF2X http://t.co/KGYQg04Sej
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"I find mucking stalls strangely similar to raking a Zen garden." - @LynnSymanskyEq #SeenandHeard http://t.co/U8nM1Tebuk
RT @USEquestrian: Plan it.
Ride it. http://t.co/bcWzOy4n60 http://t.co/fuD1WKCPXh
Know your time frame: "Some riding goals may take several weeks of hard work, while others can take much longer." http://t.co/06T1ho1HTf
"You need to be pretty ambitious, but goals will lose their effectiveness if they are too crazy ambitious." - http://t.co/cNWD6W7zF3
Be realistic: "To achieve a goal, you must have the capabilities and resources to attain it." http://t.co/sIFPMVkr7R
"Don't set goals that are too general or too easy."
Inside Perspective with Sean McCann -> http://t.co/ao3OISwSZA
Tip for balancing your school and riding life #1
Schedule your time - http://t.co/1eXi26FBM3