Jillian Sinclair is Horse&Rider's assistant editor. She’s been active in the Paint Horse community for nearly 20 years and competes in all-around events. She’s achieved three world championship titles as well as top 20, honor roll, zone, and state titles, and during her time at the University of Central Florida, she was the captain of their IHSA equestrian team. If Sinclair isn’t at a horse show, she enjoys spending her free time at her family’s horse training facility in Brevard County, Florida. Her current mount is a Paint Horse named Uno by The Big Sensation and out of Reflected Illusion, a mare that Jillian’s family owned, showed, and bred for 28 years.
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Kyla Jeffries unexpectedly entered the AQHA youth world with a horse she had never ridden before. She quickly went to work on building trust and communication with her new partner, with just a month until show day.
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In 2014, Horse&Rider sat down with Kelly Lear to hear the story of how she turned the fearful grade yearling her mom bought for $350 into a multiple world champion. What we didn’t know then was that Kelly would still be winning world championships with the now 27-year-old horse, Singin Saddie Sue.
While on her way to the Pinto World Championship, Vannah Paulson’s dream of competing at her first world show came to an end after her horse suffered a devastating injury. With the help from friends, family, and even strangers, Vannah was still able to make her dream come true—even if it looked a little different than originally planned.
Senior horses often hold a special place in our hearts, and we want to do everything we can to make sure they’re happy and healthy. Give your older friend some extra love with these senior-friendly products.
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