Tag: equestrian

Rodeo Queen

Photographer Chris Scott Snyder wanted to capture a series of work on rodeos; this took her on a steep learning curve, getting to know its people, customs and passions. Here she talks about that experience, and what lead her to this point

By Glorious

Saddle Up

A series on the rise of Black women in rodeo. Meet the American photographer who is showcasing an unseen side of Western culture

By Precious Adesina

The Ultimate Cowgirl

A love of horsemanship and telling stories has morphed into a captivating career for videographer Emmie Sperandeo, who now travels the world to film life on a ranch

By Glorious

Art Of Solitude

Norwegian contemporary artist and photographer Anja Niemi on the empowering effect of embodying a different version of ourselves

By Glorious

Meet the First

Julie Krone cheated death to become one of the world’s most celebrated Thoroughbred jockeys. Here she tells us about entering a man’s world, injuries, comebacks and triumphs, and how being a mother means more to her than anything

By Sarah Rodrigues

Jumping For Joy

Born into a horse-mad family, Helen Cruden also inherited the gene. As a renowned showjumper and equine photographer, she chats to us about the symbiotic relationship and where she’s headed next

By Dominique Sisley

Riding High

“I look at the photo I just took and think how can I make that better?” Going the extra mile is what drives Erin Gilmore to find the perfect shot. The equestrian sports photographer is behind some of the most striking images of eventing moments

By Alex Temblador

Polo Pomp

The rise of polo as a people’s sport. Glorious and photographer Coco Capitán spend a day with the best female players in the world

By Daisy Woodward

Strong Reins

Equestrian sport has traditionally been inaccessible for Black riders. Meet Lydia Heywood, who is determinedly setting out to change this

By Jessica Morgan