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f you read my column in our previous issue, you might remember that aſter ten years of publishing Warmbloods Today, this March/April issue officially marks our ten-year anniversary—a milestone for which my response is an enthusiastic “Yay!”


But before we pop open the champagne, raise our glasses and pat ourselves on the back for achieving what most would consider a significant milestone, we—I—need to pause to convey a simple message: “Tank you.” It truly “takes a village” to publish a successful publication. So thank you to our readers, thank you to our advertisers and thank you to all those who help me produce an issue every two months: writers, editors, designers, the printer, sales people and the administrative staff. In light of our celebration, I thought I would open the archives and share with you some of my favorite articles we’ve


published in the last ten years, which I’ve narrowed down to one article per year. My criteria to make the cut? Each one somehow influenced me personally and has had a lasting effect. (Please note some years I had up to eight articles as excellent contenders. My decisions were not easy!)


2009: Valiant’s Blind Trust, March/April, by Jeanette Sassoon Te story of Jeanette’s homebred gelding Valiant who lost his sight in both eyes and how she overcame his handicap and eventually trained him to Prix St. Georges.


Runner-up: Te Ride of Teir Lives, November/December, by Pat Payne


2010: WILDFIRE! May/June and July/August, two-part series, by Jill Dingle Te difficult evacuation of Dreamcatcher Meadows, a breeding and training farm, due to the wildfires in British Columbia. Runner-up: Te Girl in Sport, November/December, by Patti Schofler


2011: Eye on the Prize, May/June, by Erica Larson Eventer Frankie Tieriot’s journey to Rolex Kentucky with her blind-in-one-eye horse. Runner-up: Uncovering Your Horse’s True Identity, September/October, by Ann Daum Kustar


2012: From Rags to Riches, German Style, November/December, by Susanne Lauda Te story of world champion event horse “Sam,” his rider Michael Jung and his breeder Guenter Seitter—a WT exclusive. Runner-up: Are You My Mommy? November/December, by Carolin Von Rosenberg, DVM


2013: More than a Pain in the Neck, November/December by Tracy Gantz California’s Dr. Mark Martinelli explains how a horse’s neck injury can wreak havoc elsewhere. Runner-up: Pint Size Miracle, March/April, by Darlene Ganong


2014: From Fearful to Fearless, July/August, by Kristi Helzer A Trakehner breeder in Colorado uses his Trakehner herd for a special type of equine therapy. Runner-up: Battle of the Titans, September/October, by Patti Schofler


2015: Cloning Sport Horses, July/August, by Amber Heintzberger An update of who’s cloning whom and why. Runner-up: Tough Decisions in the Horse Rescue Business, November/December, by Patti Schofler


2016: Meet Harry Before and Aſter Snowman, September/October, by Patti Schofler An interview with jumper legend Harry deLeyer, whose story is told in the film Harry & Snowman. Runner-up: WB Whoas: Stick With It, May/June, by Michael Barisone


2017: Te 80/20 Adage: Deep Seat or Light Seat? May/June, by Charlene Strickland Six Grand Prix riders share their riding tactics when on course. Runner-up: Mastering Lightness, July/August and September/October, two-part series, by JP Giacomini


ublisher’s Welcome


10 March/April 2019


Ed Haas


Our first issue, March/April, 2009


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