Category Archives: Major League Show Jumping

Callie Takes her Shot

“He’s like Dennis the Menace.” That’s how Callie Schott (USA) described Southern Arches' Garant. “He's always looking to chew on things, bite things. He's just a busybody all the time,"...

Helios Is Catching Fire

Season two, deja vu. Helios remains securely atop the Major League Show Jumping (MLSJ) team standings with a pair of wins out of the gate in season two. Their closest...

Blue Movie Steals the Limelight

Rowan Willis is running double duty this week. The Australian rider has one string at HITS Chicago in Illinois and one horse at MLSJ Traverse City in Michigan—and he's making...

Firewall Secures a Win

Firewall isn’t Alberto Michan’s first string international horse. Or even his second. “I brought him [to Michigan] as my third horse actually, and he's doing a bit the smaller classes....

How/What to Watch: MLSJ Traverse City

Major League Show Jumping is back. *Happy dance* The second stage of North America's only 5* tour stops at Traverse City, Michigan this week and competition is heating up. Helios...

Data Mining in the Arena

Sean Jobin (CAN) is riding into the future one data point at a time. "Dr. Tim Worden is a really good friend of mine, and we started having a lot...

Can’t Beat Coyle

Jordan Coyle (IRL) and Ariso won their first 5* Grand Prix at the 2021 Major League Show Jumping (MLSJ) Final last December. Unforgettably, Ariso took the liberty of several impromptu...

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Some wear saddles, like nine-year-old stallion Nadal Hero & DB. With Eye Candy's Conor Swail (IRL) in the tack, Nadal Hero is two for two on 5* wins this week...

Nayel Nassar Has Someone to Rely On

"He's a really special horse to have in the barn," said Nassar (EGY) of his Olympic mount, Igor Van De Wittemoere. The 14-year-old gelding demonstrated his exceptionality once again by...

New Horse, Same Results

Eye Candy rider Conor Swail (IRL) is currently sitting comfortably at number five on the Longines World Ranking list. Translated, that means he wins a lot. But Swail is no...

Cato Makes an Entrance, tbird Style

"I've been showing at Thunderbird [Show Park] for over ten years now. When I first started coming here, I was jumping the meters," said Canadian rider Madelaine (Maddy) Riddle. But...

How/What to Watch: MLSJ Thunderbird

Some might argue the best thing about spring is the sunshine and the flowers, but for us, it’s the horses and the shows (especially Thunderbird). We're returning to Langley for...

Mark Bluman Humbles His Competition

Mark Bluman was determined to change up the Major League Show Jumping (MLSJ) results today. He thought Eye Candy's Conor Swail (IRL) was getting a little bit too comfortable kicking...

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