Riders are a unique group of people. We find enjoyment in riding thousand-plus-pound animals, in challenging ourselves to overcome our natural fears, and in paying exorbitant amounts of money to do so. But let’s be honest – we all love being a part of this fascinating group
When it comes to selling a horse , you want to ensure that he goes to the best home possible. But the truth is that once you sell your horse, you lose control over how he’s treated and cared for
Thursday, July 30 2015 by Editor
As we work our way through show season, do you find that your ribbons are starting to take over, well, everything?
Summer is the perfect time to hit the road for a road trip, and what better idea than to make your road trip horse-themed? Looking for some great ideas for summertime horse road trips
Thursday, July 02 2015 by Editor
Is it your dream to open a horse rescue of your own? Rescuing horses in need is a noble cause, but there’s a lot to know before you set out to create your own rescue. Filing Nonprofit Status If you plan to run a rescue, you will be looking at filing for nonprofit status.
While many of us don’t mind the smell of horse at all and would even welcome it into our homes, our other family members might not feel the same way. Keeping the horse smell from permeating your home can be a bit of a challenge, but with a little planning, you can minimize how much l’eau de horse enters your home. Have a Designated “Horse” Room If possible, have a mudroom, section of the garage, or other small entryway which is designated as your horse area.
Horse show season is in full swing, but capturing great photos of friends at a show is a challenge. These tips can help you take great photos of horses and riders in a show setting. Get Space Ringside Early Just where you position yourself in relation to the competition ring will have a big effect on how your photos come out.
We’ve all seen them – horses being offered up as free to a good home. It can be so tempting to bring them home to the barn, but oftentimes free horses are actually quite expensive. Here’s why.
Everyone needs a best friend, but equestrians are lucky – we have some of the best best friends in the world. In honor of National Best Friends Day, here are the top reasons why horses make the best best friends. Horses Are Excellent Shoulders to Lean On When it comes to needing a shoulder to lean on, horses can’t be beat.