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The Equestrian Sport: Showing

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For my beat this semester, I will be taking a close look at what goes into horse showing for hard-working equestrians. While there are many different disciplines of riding, I will focus on the hunters and equitation, two similar types of riding within the English riding style. Showing involves many emotional, financial, and time sacrifices and commitments, and I think the audience would find it interesting to learn more about the so-called “elite” sport, and how many afford to keep up with their passion. I hope to bring light to the amount of time and work it takes to prepare for a horse show, what exactly creates a successful show horse, and how riders operate under the pressures of the horse show world, as well as several other interesting angles.


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May 31, 2010 at 11:30 pm

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Hey 258!

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Hey everyone. I’m Brittani and I’m going into my senior year here at Towson. I’m in the Mass Comm major with a track in Advertising and a track in Journalism & New Media. I transferred here from Clemson so I’m taking 258 during the summer to get a caught up and hopefully graduate on time (Spring 2011). I’m from Southern Maryland and in my spare time I’m usually working with or riding my horses, taking pictures (I hope to be a photographer one day…my photography blog is linked on this blog), spending time with family and my boyfriend, enjoying the Patuxent River, or as is the case this summer…taking classes. In 258, I hope to expand on what I learned in 257 and become better at interviewing people.

My younger brother and I, January 2010.

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May 26, 2010 at 10:21 pm

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South Carolina man works for Maryland based concrete company building the worlds largest pumping station in the New Orleans area

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Dustin Croft, 24, from Barnwell, SC works for U.S. Concrete On-Site, Inc., the concrete supplier for biggest flood water prevention project currently underway in the New Orleans, La. area. Click here to learn more about what his job entails.

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May 5, 2010 at 1:31 pm

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