Karen Robinson

Articles by Karen Robinson - 59 results

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Profiles

Like Father, Like Son: John and Bill Pearce

Behind every top competitor is a mentor, sponsor or supporter who was instrumental in helping that rider along the path to success. Our Hors

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Training

Christilot Boylen on Introducing Piaffe

Christilot Boylen made history at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo when she became Canada's first Olympic dressage competitor at the age of 17. Th

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Profiles

Mother and Mentor

When Hawley Bennett-Awad stood on the podium in Kentucky last October, enjoying the glory of a World Championship silver medal with her team

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Profiles

The Difference Makers: Ashley Gowanlock & Andrea Taylor

Paralympian Ashley Gowanlock and team coach Andrea Taylor

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Tack & Equipment

Training Tools from the Fringe

Every once in a while, a product breaks through and becomes hugely successful, embraced by the equestrian industry as a safe and legitimate training aid.

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Profiles

Jonathon Millar: All in the Family

"Would I have been a rider without the influence of my parents? I honestly don't know," says top show jumper Jonathon Millar.

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Training

Robin Hahn: Overcoming Mid-Season Eventing Setbacks

No matter what the discipline, nearly everyone who competes has experienced a setback partway through the season. Learn how to overcome them with Robin Hahn

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Training

Better Walk Pirouettes

Karen Pavicic describes how any horse and rider should be able to perform the walk pirouette for a high mark.

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Training

Riding a Good Stretch Circle with Karen Pavicic

Karen Pavicic offers some advice and exercises to improve this important movement in lower-level tests.

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Profiles

David Marcus: Canada’s Newest Asset

Dressage rider David Marcus on becoming Canadian, and his Olympic aspirations.

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