World Equestrian Center Magazine Volume I 2022 is out now! Grab your free copy at either venue or read it online at the button below.
American eventer Doug Payne graces our cover in a dramatic image of the cross country competition at the Tokyo Olympics. Payne rode Vandiver to a sixth place finish as part of Team USA and the pair finished 16th individually. As part of our 24 Hours feature, we spend XC day with Doug in Tokyo and experience his perspective of countless course walks, setting a strategy and riding the historic track.
Our Stable Spotlight shines on Mike McCormick and Tracy Fenney’s MTM Farm in Ocala, Florida. The trainer/rider duo made Ocala their home base in 2021 and they allow us an inside look into their day-to-day life there. We meet their trusted partner, Dorothy Douglas, who shares training and competition duties with Mike, and Tracy’s adorable mini donkey mascot, Jelly.
To Chef Vincent Cani, meals are about more than just the food on the plate. In our Chef’s Corner, Chef Cani shares his thoughts on how he came to love preparing meals and the family-oriented values that shape his whole philosophy.
Carlee McCutcheon hails from a family legacy rich in breeding and competing top reining horses. In our Jr. Rider Focus, we learn about Carlee’s decision to take her passion in a different direction, focusing on the hunter/jumper world. With the support of her family, she’s making the most of her skills, already climbing the ranks of the sport to win at the grand prix level.
Instagram is awash in elegant stylized photos of horses and their riders. Have you always wanted to invest in a portrait session, or maybe it’s your senior photo time? In our Equestrian Style column, Andrew Ryback of Andrew Ryback Photography shares expert tips on how to make the most of your equestrian portrait session.
Our Tech Equestrian column introduces you to Horse Match, a Tinder-like app to help equestrians purchase their next horse and all of the essential products and services that go along with horse ownership. The innovative solution launched in January 2021 and has had equestrians swiping right ever since.
We hope you love the issue!