Monday, February 08 2021 / Published in What's Happenin'
My name is MacKenna Moss and I am from Colorado Springs, Colorado. I have been riding for about 8 years and I’ve been a working student for the entirety of my riding career. I have been a working student for Lainie Wimberly, Julie Winkel and my current trainer Harriet Bunker. Right now I am in
Tuesday, December 01 2020 / Published in What's Happenin'
by Catherine Winter I’ve been a rider for longer than I haven’t. I grew up in the hunter/jumper world and was one of those kids that had no fear. I would ride anything and try anything. All of my broken bones have been a result of riding (or not riding depending on how you look
Sunday, November 22 2020 / Published in What's Happenin'
Aleco: Philip, thank you coming to teach here today, at Rutledge Farm. Phillip: You’re welcome. It’s been a pleasure. Aleco: Why do you like teaching clinics? Phillip: I’ve been very lucky to have a long and reasonably successful career. It’s rewarding for me to pass on my experiences, and some of the knowledge that I’ve
Sunday, November 15 2020 / Published in What's Happenin'
Aleco: Will, tell us about what is the best piece of advice that you’ve ever received. Will: The best piece of advice I’ve ever received. First thing that comes to mind is that it’s not a sprint, it’s a marathon. It takes a long time to learn how to do this sport. And the good
Thursday, November 12 2020 / Published in What's Happenin'
EquiSource just announced the approval of their new equine joint health supplement, HycoFlexTM, by Health Canada. Human grade ingredients ensure the highest quality and bioavailability unmatched by animal-grade supplements used in other equine products. HycoFlexTM uses the following ingredients to provide a complete joint health care solution. Collagen provides structural support for joint cartilage. Hyaluronic Acid ensures that
Sunday, November 08 2020 / Published in What's Happenin'
Aleco: What do you like about teaching clinics? Stacia: Clinics, for me, are a little bit refreshing, because I don’t know the horses and the riders, and I’m trying to come up with exercises that’ll benefit a group of people, so that they can take those exercise home and custom tailor them to what fits
Sunday, November 01 2020 / Published in What's Happenin'
Aleco: What is the best advice that you’ve been given? Debbie: I would have to say, when it comes to training horses, patience is certainly something that has to be number one. Knowing the limitations of when to stop and not getting greedy. Aleco: Tell me about “not getting greedy”. Debbie: “Greedy” is a term