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So far Laurie Berglie has created 26 blog entries.
30 03, 2017

Curated by an Equestrian: Julie Ferris

2018-03-23T15:00:41+00:00By |Culture|

You’ve probably seen her work before, maybe on Instagram or elsewhere on social media. Her pieces are striking, powerful, bold, and immediately recognizable. Her name is Julie Ferris, and her work is the future of equestrian art and equine portraiture. Formal Portrait of Legato [...]

17 02, 2017

Curated by an Equestrian: Elizabeth Wiley

2018-03-20T16:20:10+00:00By |Culture|

Horse & Style invites you to enjoy the first installment of “Curated by an Equestrian,” a new feature that will spotlight a talented equestrian artist. We’d like to welcome our first artist, Elizabeth Wiley from Dallas, Texas, whose easily identifiable abstract equestrian art has been [...]

14 02, 2017

A Kentucky-Inspired California Ranch

2018-03-20T16:20:31+00:00By |Lifestyle|

photos by Taylor Rea We would like to welcome a new column to our magazine – “Horse & Style Home” – in which we will feature fabulous equestrian-themed design, décor, and properties each issue. First up is our own Alli Addison, frequent H&S contributor, whose [...]

28 09, 2016

Pony Passion: Sofia Roberts

2018-03-20T16:21:21+00:00By |Showing|

story by Laurie Berglie photos by Tracy Emanuelstyling by Dana Miller of Chagrin Saddlery Even though she is only 12 years old, pony rider Sofia Roberts has already mastered the art of finding balance in her life. Her days are chock-full of school, riding lessons, [...]

22 08, 2016

Behind the Seams: Paul & Lydia Comes Full Circle

2016-08-22T08:48:00+00:00By |Style|

Heather Blackwell-Batchelor always knew she wanted to start her own company, and with a father who was a successful entrepreneur and photographer, creativity and the desire for self-expression was in her genes. With a background in art, Heather was just waiting for the right time, [...]

19 01, 2016

The Equestrian Décor of Harvey Ladew

2016-01-19T11:21:31+00:00By |Culture|

Nestled deep into the heart of Maryland horse country lies Ladew Topiary Gardens, the estate of the late foxhunter and cultural icon, Harvey S. Ladew. Ladew purchased the 200+ acre Monkton, Maryland property — which he called, “Pleasant Valley Farm” — because it bordered the [...]

19 01, 2016

Indulge: The Polo Bar

2016-01-19T10:40:04+00:00By |Culture|

Ralph Lauren's First NYC Restaurant If you stroll along Fifth Avenue and East 55th Street in vibrant Midtown Manhattan, you will be greeted by a large window depicting three colorful polo players in the midst of a rousing match. It is here that you have [...]

21 10, 2015

An Interview with Author Natalie Keller Reinert

2018-03-20T16:27:01+00:00By |Culture|

I recently caught up with equestrian fiction author, Natalie Keller Reinert, who just published her latest novel, Show Barn Blues. I’ve been an avid reader of Reinert’s work since she published her first book, The Head and not the Heart, in 2011. Her fiction focuses [...]

8 09, 2015

Hampton Ivy: Equestrian Prep

2015-09-08T10:52:50+00:00By |Style|

Hampton Ivy is a new accessories company boasting beautiful, preppy equestrian- and nautical-inspired designs. If you would describe yourself as traditional and all-American, this company will fit you like a glove as their designs channel the timeless aesthetics of vintage, preppy style. Their online shop [...]

12 08, 2015

Equestrian Artist Liz Wiley

2015-08-12T18:15:57+00:00By |Culture|

I came across equestrian artist Liz Wiley on Instagram probably when searching one of these hashtags: #horsepainting, #equestrian, or #equestriandecor. I instantly fell head over heels for her work because I love horses, and I love abstract art. Liz seamlessly and effortlessly brings the two [...]