Jacqueline Duke

Jacqueline Duke is special projects editor for Blood-Horse Publications and editor of its book division, Eclipse Press. Additionally, she is editor of Keeneland magazine. She enjoys competing her horse Winston in dressage competitions.

Articles by: Jacqueline Duke

Dressage Immersion

Americans might be making great strides in the sport of dressage, but in Germany, dressage is a way of life. An amateur dressage enthusiast, I experienced German dressage culture firsthand during six fascinating days in November. I found trainer Heide Hellwinkel through an American-based company, Hobby Horse Tours, which organizes training trips to Germany.

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Boarding: You Get What You Pay For

For many horse owners, deciding where to board requires the same careful thought and research as buying a new car, or even a house. Factors such as cost, location, and level of care all figure into the choice. So, too, does the type of horse and

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