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October 29, 1956 | Alice Higgins
The familiar figure seen on horseback on these pages, frequently described as the most golden salesman of our day, is here engaged in an unfamiliar pursuit—one which, of all the many things he does, is probably...
October 29, 1956 | Harry Phillips
In this issue, beginning on page 49, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED makes some points about dressage, the study and practice of the finer points of riding, which has been defined as the art of improving one's horse beyond the...
THE 67TH NATIONAL HORSE SHOW HAD SOME GREAT HORSES, SOME THRILLING RIDERS AND SOME UNEXPECTED LIGHT MOMENTS
November 21, 1955 | Alice Higgins
The national horse show in New York's Madison Square Garden produced a not-unexpected victory-last week by the Mexican team in the international jumping class, but the classic exploits of General Mariles and his...
February 16, 1970
There is a murder trial under way in Edinburg, Texas, and the University of Texas was mentioned in the course of the examination of the jurors. "Mr. Foreman," said Presiding Judge J.R. Alamia to Houston criminal...
October 31, 1955 | Alice Higgins
In prestige event of a record year, the ancient and aristocratic sport of horsemanship comes to its climax in New York's Madison Square Garden