If you work around horses long enough, an emergency will arise. Being able to remain calm and think clearly during an emergency involving a horse is an important skill to have.
Show season is upon us! If you’re gearing up for your first show this season, you may find that you’ve a bit nervous about the outcome.
Between driving your horse-crazy child to the barn for weekly lessons and getting up before the sun for weekend horse shows, you may start to wonder why you’re encouraging this love of horses. The financial and time investments in the equine world can be significant.
If your child has caught the horse bug and you are new to horses yourself, you may find yourself in a bit of a foreign world. What can you expect in enrolling your child in riding lessons
Have you ever heard of the Florida Cracker Horse? If not, perhaps you’ve heard of the Seminole Pony, the Florida Cow Pony, or the Chickasaw Pony. The Florida Cracker horse goes by all of these names and originates from – you guessed it – Florida, USA.
Have you ever tried to take photographs of horses and riders in indoor arenas ? If the arena is poorly lit, many of those photos probably came out dark or blurry. Photographing horse show classes held indoors can be a real challenge, but there are a number of things you can do to help make your photos the best that they can be
Lunging a horse can be an excellent training tool. Lunging can help younger horses learn to balance and develop strength
Monday, March 03 2014 by Editor
On March 7, 1981, Red Pollard passed away. Pollard, a racing jockey, was famous for riding the incredible Thoroughbred Seabiscuit. Pollard was born on October 27, 1909 in Edmonton, Canada
Monday, February 17 2014 by Editor
In 2006, Stacy Westfall faced down some of the top horse trainers in the world to become the first female to win the Road to the Horse competition. Westfall’s win thrilled many in attendance, as it proved that women can be competitive in the often male-dominated Western world of colt starting