By Dani Moritz-Long For most equestrians, feverish determination runs in our blood. It’s what drives us to wake up in the wee hours of the morning to muck out stalls, spend hours in the saddle and stop back at the barn at night just to check on our horses. For singer-song writer and equestrian Kate
Have you ever ridden to music? At first glance, riding to music might seem like an unnecessary distraction for the rider, but it actually has a number of advantages. So whether you have speakers in your arena or would have to rely on your iPod (use external speakers, not ear buds, when riding), here’s why you might want to start up the tunes when you mount up
Thursday, May 23 2013 by Editor
An ancient breed of horse native to Portugal -- is increasingly popular in the United States. Today Lusitanos are also recognized for their ability to perform well in a variety of modern-day equestrian disciplines and for their generous temperament, making them popular with owners who like to ride for fun. Peter says, "Interagro Lusitanos, whose founder and breeder is Paulo Gavião Gonzaga, has a deserved reputation as one of the premier breeders of the Lusitano and it is built on knowledge, a passion for the breed and a respect for its heritage and well-preserved bloodlines."
Children’s Day, Non-Stop Fun! By Caroline Goldstein Music, crafts, pony rides and more will be on the agenda for Children’s Day at Devon. On Sunday, June 2, there will be activities for children and families from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
While at the American Invitational in Tampa, FL, Laura takes a moment to talk about her Show Jumping career.
Monday, April 15 2013 by Editor
We ran in to the Florida Gulf Coast Equestrian Team at the American Invitational in Tampa, Florida. I always love to catch up teams everywhere I can as they are really the backbone of the sport here in the United States.