Equestrian show draws crowds of participants and spectators

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

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Avery Wilson, atop Fresco Di Sorento (left), Morgan Moore, riding Sonny Skippa Partner, and Megan Wadley, with Empire Strikes Back, dress in '80s fashion, the theme of this year’s Hunter/Jumper show at Legends Equestrian Center east of Decatur on June 1. The girls, students of Heather Swope, were reviewing the course layout.

Avery Wilson, atop Fresco Di Sorento (left), Morgan Moore, riding Sonny Skippa Partner, and Megan Wadley, with Empire Strikes Back, dress in '80s fashion, the theme of this year’s Hunter/Jumper show at Legends Equestrian Center east of Decatur on June 1. The girls, students of Heather Swope, were reviewing the course layout.

When the subject of a conversation turns “equestrian,” the talk is usually about horses when, in reality, equestrian refers to the art of horseback riding. And nowhere is the art more prevalent then at a jumping competition.


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