Riding for the Team: Inspirational Stories of the USA’s Medal-Winning Equestrians and Their Horses

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Riding for the Team: Inspirational Stories of the USA's Medal-Winning Equestrians and Their Horses

English | October 29, 2019 | ISBN: 1570768722 | EPUB | 288 Pages | 130 MB

A dazzling, behind-the-scenes look at the incredible equestrian athletes and horses who compete and win for the USA.

From playing with plastic ponies and taking their first riding lessons, to finding success in the arena, thousands of horse lovers hope they can one day represent the United States in international competition. Riding for the Team chronicles the lives of those who dreamed about competing for their country and “made it,” sharing inspirational stories from the international governing organization’s eight equestrian disciplines:

show jumping
dressage
eventing
driving
vaulting
reining
endurance
para-dressage

Readers are immersed in the fascinating histories of the medal-winning riders, drivers, and vaulters who have dominated American equestrian sport over the past 28 years, such as:

McLain Ward
Karen O’Connor
Debbie McDonald
Tim McQuay

Get the inside scoop on legendary horses who have become household names, including:

Flexible
Biko
Verdades
Gunners Special Nite

Offering exclusive insights, Riding for the Team gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of top-level equestrian sport. Athletes tell their stories and those of their horses during the years they honed their talent and dedicated their lives to representing their country in the Olympics, World Equestrian Games, World Championships, and Pan American Games. Beautifully illustrated with breathtaking photographs from prestigious competitions held around the world, Riding for the Team not only provides a dazzling record of American equestrian accomplishment, it promises to inspire the next generation of champions.

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