Interview with Equestrian Artist, Liz Wiley

Two months ago I blogged about equestrian artist, Liz Wiley, and showcased a variety of her work. I recently had a chance to catch up with her about her art, style, and inspirations. Check out our Q&A below!! Maryland Equestrian: Hi Liz! Thanks for agreeing to this interview! Let’s start with the basics – can[…]

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Mane Fling Photography

What do get when you combine a passion (and a talent) for photography and a love of horses? You get Sarah Johns, owner of Mane Fling Photography, who is lighting up the South with her artistic abilities and equestrian style. Sarah was kind enough to answer a few questions for Maryland Equestrian; please see her[…]

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Book Review: Country Matters

Country Matters: The Pleasures and Tribulations of Moving from a Big City to an Old Country Farmhouse If there’s one thing I love, it’s a great memoir; I will read anyone’s story. I first became acquainted with author Michael Korda through his book Horse People, and enjoyed his outlook on life with horses. He is[…]

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Richard E. Bishop

I first came across these snooty foxes years ago on the Horse and Hound website, and I’ve loved them ever since. After a little recent research, I have found that artist Richard E. Bishop is to thank for this little fox’s extreme cuteness. The fox and his snootery comes on a variety of glassware, (and[…]

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The Oregon Grille

The tour of equestrian-themed restaurants continues! Next up is The Oregon Grille, located in Hunt Valley, deep in Maryland horse country. I have dined at Oregon Grille multiple times, and have always had wonderful experiences. While Oregon Grille is a premier steak house, I have always gotten a seafood dish and been extremely happy with[…]

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The Seahorse

As you’ve probably seen from quite a few of my posts, the majority of my house is covered in horses. Every time we redo a room in our old fixer-upper home, I’ll say, “I think this room will have…an equestrian theme.” Shocker. I recently asked James how he feels living constantly surrounded by horses, and[…]

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KentuckyBredByDesign

One of my favorite etsy stores is KentuckyBredByDesign. They sell a variety of handcrafted horseracing décor items like customized jockey silks and horseshoes, and I love each and every piece. I’m working on designing my own silks (just because) with our farm colors (which are still to be determined), but once they’re finalized, I’m giving[…]

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Ouisha Custom Designs

I came across Ouisha McKinney while reading, what else, Equestrian Style by Vicky Moon. I’m sure you are all so tired of hearing about the wonders of this book, but I can’t help myself! I fell in love with the sweater and pottery designs I saw pictured, so I did a little research online and[…]

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