High horse World's best equine athletes head to Tryon

High horse: World’s best equine athletes head to Tryon

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25
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Cover Design Credit:

Norn Cutson

Cover Photography Credit:

Tryon International Equestrian Center
Outside of the Olympics, the World Equestrian Games (which, like the Olympics, take place every four years) offer the biggest and most important horse-related competition there is. And this year, Sept. 11-23, those games will take place in horse-crazy Tryon.

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