Susan Artes

Susan Artes

Susan Artes is a 50-year-old professional rider/trainer from Burbank, Calif. She was second in the West Coast League for the Longines Show Jumping World Cup Finals with Alix Fargo's Zamiro, until he sustained a slight injury. The 11-year-old Dutch warmblood by Lupicor out of a Ramiro Z mare is busy recovering so he can take another shot at qualifying next year. (http://susanartesstables.com). | Photo Copyright Alison Dyer 

Susan Artes and U.S. coach Robert Ridland

Blogger Susan Artes says goodbye

She didn't get to ride in the final after her horse got hurt, but walking the courses and rooting on the U.S. contingent was the next-best thing.

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Blogger Susan Artes says goodbye

She didn't get to ride in the final after her horse got hurt, but walking the courses and rooting on the U.S. contingent was the next-best thing.

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A difficult course set the U.S. riders a challenge at the FEI Jumping World Cup Final

Blogger Susan Artes, who missed the final when her horse, Zamiro, got injured, was impressed by the route in the Thomas & Mack Center

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Course Walk Before FEI World Cup Jumping Finals Speed Class

Susan Artes, the jumper rider who would have been competing herself if her horse had not sustained an injury last month, analyzes the route built at the Thomas & Mack Center.

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A Different Perspective

Susie Artes will be offering her on-the-scene perspective at the Longines FEI World Cup Show Jumping finals, where she was scheduled to participate until bad luck got in the way.

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From Rider To Spectator

Our blogger gets some very disappointing news, but makes the right decision for her horse.

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Gearing Up For World Cup

Blogger Susan Artes earns an impressive finish in the AIG $1 Million Grand Prix in Thermal, Calif., as she gets ready to head for Vegas and the Longines FEI World Cup Show Jumping Final.

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Susan Artes: An Introduction

I’m really looking forward to being part of the Longines Show Jumping World Cup Finals in Las Vegas, and want to share my thoughts with you as Zamiro and I get ready for the biggest competition of our lives.