Thursday, March 25, 2010

Florida Dressage

This week I am sharing a photo I took on my recent trip to Florida to help my friend and fellow photographer Sharon Packer photograph the Wellington Classic Dressage Show in Wellington, Florida.

The first day we were deluged with over six inches of rain and all the outdoor classes were cancelled, leaving just one ring of classes in the covered arena. I am so grateful to Nikon for the latest and greatest DSLR's that perform so well under really low light conditions, I no longer fear having to shoot in low light!

Luckily the remaining two days of the show had wonderful weather and I was able to cover the outdoor rings and enjoy the gorgeous Florida sunshine.

Some favorite photos from this show may be seen here, and Sharon will have all the rider galleries up on her site soon!

Friday, March 19, 2010

Africa Horses and Galleries

On my trip to Africa last December I was lucky enough to meet up with fellow equine photographer Tracy Robertson thanks to the power of EPNet and facebook. This photo was taken at a farm near Capetown, South Africa that Tracy was kind enough to take me to. Two very handsome Thoroughbred geldings were happy to put on a show for us against a magnificent back drop and great light! See more photos from this shoot here. Want to see photos that have something besides horses in them? Check out all the photos in the Africa Galleries as well as some new merchandise with giraffes, zebras and cheetahs in the ImagEquine Store!

Friday, March 5, 2010


March is here and that brings the hope that spring will soon be here! Already the days are getting longer, the sun is getting brighter and foals are being born.

Next week I head to Florida to help my friend and fellow photographer Sharon Packer photograph the Brentina Cup Dressage Show in Wellington, Florida.
What a treat!

This week we got the bad news that dressage rider Courtney King had a riding accident and sustained serious head injuries. Please think of her as she is in a coma and it will be a long road to recovery for her.