While you’ve likely heard of the Australian Stock Horse, did you know that there’s another breed that was hugely influential to Australia’s development? The Waler, a lesser-known breed, proved itself to be a phenomenal cavalry horse during the 20 th century.
Your barn is supposed to be a safe place where your horse can live comfortably, but barns also often contain many health hazards you might not be aware of. Since your horse may be spending more time indoors during the summer to escape the bugs and the heat, now is a perfect time to evaluate your barn to make sure that it is truly a safe place for your horse to be
Downpours can happen unexpectedly, and whether you’re in the show ring, in the middle of a lesson, or out on the trails, you may find yourself unable to keep your tack from getting wet. Did you get caught in the rain
Heading out on the trails is a great way to enjoy a summer day.
You’ve decided on the perfect summer riding camp for your child, and the camp has sent you a list of suggested items to pack.
Have you ever watched a good drill team in action? When watching a drill team perform an energetic, entrancing drill the fact that the horse and rider pairs are individuals falls away until you start to see the team as a single unit. Mounted drill teams are fun and a great opportunity to socialize with friends, but they have many other benefits, too
Is your child begging you to let them go to a summer horse camp?
Friday, May 02 2014 by Editor
When you trailer your horse to events like shows and clinics more frequently during the summer, your chance of running into a mechanical problem on the road increases. Before you leave the barn with your horse, take a moment to make sure that your truck and trailer are stocked with the equipment that you might need in the event of a breakdown. Tire Changing Equipment You don’t want a flat tire to sideline your trip.