TheHorse.com Launches Olympic Equestrian Events Blog

TheHorse.com blogger and author, Jennifer Bryant, returns to cover the equestrian events during 2012 Olympics from London, England. Her blog, "London 2012 Olympics: Equestrian Coverage," launched this week on TheHorse.com and will deliver on-the-scene news before and during the London Games.

Initial entries will cover the events leading up to the Games as riders vie for a spot on the Olympic team. Frequent posts will continue throughout the equestrian competition made up of three disciplines--dressage, eventing, and jumping--and will focus on the veterinary aspects of the Games.

Jennifer Bryant, of West Chester, Pa., has been a full-time freelancer since 1998, during which time she has edited one magazine (USDF Connection), authored or co-authored three books (Olympic Equestrian: A Century of International Horse Sport; A Gymnastic Riding System Using Mind, Body & Spirit; and The USDF Guide to Dressage), written numerous articles, and edited several books. Bryant is a former editor of Dressage & CT magazine and of the regional all-breed publication Hoof Print. A longtime dressage enthusiast and horse owner, Bryant is a United States Dressage Federation silver medalist.

"I love London (if you couldn't tell). I love horses," says Bryant in her first blog post. "I'm a longtime rider and horse owner who's ridden and competed in all three of the Olympic equestrian disciplines: jumping, eventing, and dressage (albeit not quite at those lofty levels). And I love the Olympics."

"London 2012 Olympics: Equestrian Coverage" is now available on TheHorse.com and coverage will continue through early August.

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