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Welcome to the webpage of the Carolinas Equestrian magazine, your guide to the Southern Equestrian Lifestyle. The Carolinas Equestrian is a quarterly magazine devoted to horses, horse people and the equestrian life in North and South Carolina. On this page, you will find links to our online edition, selected articles from our pages, important information about our publication and exclusive online content.
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Written by: The Carolinas Equestrian Published: 18 June 2018 Tranquility and serenity remain prevalent among the 74 acres in Weddington, North Carolina, that are located about 16
Written by: The Carolinas Equestrian Published: 09 August 2019 Motorsports mogul Bruton Smith’s living room is filled with trophies and plaques; mementos of his many accomplishments over
Our Spring 2022 edition features the 2022 Grand Prix Eventing Festival at the Aiken Horse Park, a New Age of Nursemares and more. Cover: Boyd Martin and Fedarman B winning the GPE festival.
We’re glad to be publishing the Carolinas Equestrian and we hope you enjoy our articles and images from across the Carolinas!
Emerson Madonia is a reining champion living in North Carolina.
When a new foal is born into the world, the ideal scenario is that it is healthy, bonds with its dam
Dr. Nicole Swinehart explains how to check your horse’s vital signs.
Lauren Allen and Pam Gleason announce their acquisition of The Carolinas Equestrian Maagazine.
Introducing the TCE Marketplace: a more more economical advertising option for horsemen on a budget.
Karen’s favorite aspects of the working student life were being around the horses, as well as the life-long relationships she established at the barn. She says that she and her group of fellow working students truly grew up together in every sense and are still in touch to this day.
Written by: Kris Batchelor – Triple Play Farm Published: 11 November 2015 Why this breed? At Triple Play Farm in Davidson, we have