If you live in an area which receives significant snowfall each winter, then it’s important to factor in the weight that your barn must be able to support when you’re planning the structure. Barn collapses can be devastating, but they’re also usually avoidable. These tips can help you to design your barn to withstand heavy snow loads
The Dressage Foundation’s Renee Isler Dressage Support Fund has awarded a $500 grant to youth rider Amanda Perkowski of Cream Ridge, NJ. Amanda will be using the grant to spend next summer training her seven-year-old Oldenburg gelding, Allegro, with Grand Prix rider Luis Denizard
The Dressage Foundation’s Renee Isler Dressage Support Fund has awarded a $500 grant to youth rider Amanda Perkowski of Cream Ridge, NJ.
Do you feel bad tossing out tons of old feed sacks each week? Those feed sacks don’t have to go straight into the trash.
Tuesday, December 08 2015 by Editor
The third biggest lesson I have learned so far since becoming an adult amateur rider has been: It’s not all about the ribbons.
Have you ever thought about taking a trip to Lexington, Kentucky? The Horse Capital of the World, there are tons of things for horse lovers to do in Lexington
Ventilation is so important when your barn houses horses. Without proper ventilation, your horses may be at risk for respiratory issues
Ian McFarlane and Cruise at the Sacramento International Horse Show Photo by: ESI Photography West Palms Events is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Michael Nyuis Scholarship . The Michael Nyuis Scholarship was created through West Palms Events to offer recipients the resources to further their training and equestrian education through horse showing. It is named in the memory of West Palms Events’ Dale Harvey’s nephew, who always helped others whenever he had the chance. The scholarship gives five younger riders the opportunity to attend a variety of high-level equestrian competitions throughout the show season
It’s almost that time of year again when the snowbirds arrive! While many are repeat visitors every year more newcomers are coming to see what Aiken is all about. I thought I would share my version of an “Aiken Bucket List”
The holiday season is upon us, which means that you are probably looking for gifts for a number of horse lovers. From your best friend to your trainer to your barn owner, coming up with great ideas for gifts can be a challenge