Behind The Stall Door With: Manhattan

Developing a successful grand prix horse is a huge accomplishment, but to have one that you bred yourself, from a sire and dam you rode, is a rare feat. For Georgina Bloomberg, this is her homebred, Manhattan, that she’s brought up the ranks to the top level of show jumping. The Chronicle of the Horse[…]

The Save America’s Forgotten Equines Act

Each year, thousands of equines are legally sent to Canada and Mexico to be slaughtered. Yet, the U.S. Senate has the power to pass a bill—the Save America’s Forgotten Equines (SAFE) Act—to make the transport of these animals across the border for slaughter illegal. Georgina Bloomberg weighs in on the topic and explains what she[…]

Georgina Bloomberg on Showing Under the Lights

Georgina Bloomberg is an international U.S. show jumper with numerous accolades to her name. After success as a junior and young rider, Georgina made her Nations’ Cup debut in 2005 riding in the Samsung Super League Nations’ Cup in La Baule, France, where she was a member of the all-female winning team. Georgina also competed[…]

Who Jumped It Best? Upperville Edition

The Upperville Colt & Horse Show is known for some of the most picturesque jumping in the country. This article on The Chronicle of the Horse website showcases some of the show’s best hunter and jumper shots and includes an incredible effort by Georgina Blooomberg and her homebred Manhattan. Read more…