Pimlico_Oldhilltop

For those of you who don’t know, my beloved Pimlico is in danger of being shuttered forever. The venue is in need of some major renovations, and its owner (The Stronarch Group), Baltimore City, and the state of Maryland aren’t exactly sure what to do about it just yet, (although studies are being conducted). I’m[…]

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Stymie Print

If you’ve followed this blog for a bit, then you might remember a few of the posts I did on equestrian artist Milton Menasco. To give you quick refresher, Menasco was born in 1890 in Los Angeles, and began his career as an artist in Hollywood creating movie posters. By 1925, Menasco found himself in[…]

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Postcard Décor

This post will be the first of many regarding the Voss family, particularly renowned sporting art artist, Franklin Voss. I will give a variety of history regarding Franklin in another entry, but today I’m going to focus on one of his most famous portraits, Man o’ War as a Two-year Old. This piece was painted[…]

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Pegasus World Cup

Last weekend I journeyed south to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for the very first Pegasus World Cup, which was held at the gorgeous Gulfstream Park. It was a wonderful experience, and I’m so happy I was there to witness California Chrome’s last race, as well as see the magnificent Arrogate! The weather in South Florida this[…]

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A Kentucky-Inspired California Ranch – Part III

As you might know from my Instagram, I have a new column with Horse & Style Magazine – “Horse & Style Home.” As I mentioned in Parts I and II, I’m breaking the article up into a few parts so I can post more pictures (some exclusives that weren’t in the magazine)! To read the[…]

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A Kentucky-Inspired California Ranch – Part II

As you might know from my Instagram, I have a new column with Horse & Style Magazine – “Horse & Style Home.” As I mentioned in Part I, I’m breaking the article up into a few parts so I can post more pictures (some exclusives that weren’t in the magazine)! To read the whole article[…]

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A Kentucky-Inspired California Ranch – Part I

As you might know from my Instagram, I have a new column with Horse & Style Magazine – “Horse & Style Home.” Each issue we will feature exceptional equestrian homes, décor, design, and more! First up is Alli Addison’s “Kentucky-Inspired California Ranch.” I’m breaking the article up into a few parts so I can post[…]

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An Equestrian Mudroom

I have shared some pictures of my equestrian-themed mudroom on Instagram, but I don’t believe I’ve ever blogged about it. I recently gave it a tremendous cleaning (lots of muddy paw prints abounded!), and restyled my shelf. I love how it came out! I guess I shouldn’t say it’s “equestrian-themed” as the room just became[…]

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Racehorse Series

As you all know by now, Liz Wiley is one of my favorite equestrian artists. Her work is superb, and I am lucky enough to own a few pieces. Recently, she launched a new series – the Racehorse Series – and, of course, I was an instant fan! Below are some of my favorites. These[…]

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H&S Holiday Gift Guide

It’s here! Horse & Style Magazine just published their annual Holiday Guide to Equestrian Style! This year you can find the guide both online and in print! I wrote an article, “Holiday Entertaining – Equestrian Style,” featuring some of my favorite equestrian companies. First up is L.V. Harkness with their gorgeous holiday table settings and[…]

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