We catch up with Santos and Chelsea at their barn in Wellington Florida and discuss Stormfront Sales and Training, traveling to France to ride with French Phenom Marie Hecart, and Stormfronts breeding, importing and training programs.
A lack of confidence when riding your horse is a significant and widespread issue. A fall, an injury, or even riding a spooky horse can quickly shatter what confidence you have, and even aging often results in reduced confidence
Thursday, April 16 2015 by Editor
With horse show season beginning, you will likely, at some point or another, come home from a show without placing.
If you’ve had the winter off from riding, then you’ll probably be feeling pretty rusty when you get back into the saddle this spring. Want to get yourself back into riding shape faster?
With show season upon us, you may be feeling pressured to find your next show horse for this year. And while buying your show horse is a popular option, leasing your next show horse can also be an excellent approach. Leasing a show horse allows you to partner with a talented and competitive horse without taking on the financial responsibilities of buying a show horse
Owning a horse in college can be a challenge, with its significant time and financial demands. Luckily, you don’t necessarily have to own a horse in college to keep riding.
Dr Orsini is the Director, Laminitis Institute, New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and Associate Professor of Surgery. He recently gave a lecture at the Lunch and learn series at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington Fl.
Lizabeth Olszewski, Founder and Director of Horses Healing Hearts, started the charity in 2009. A National 501c3 organization, Horses Healing Hearts (HHH) is the only charity in the nation using horses to serve the specific demographic of children of alcoholics and addicts. HHH’s growth to various affiliates in the US will allow even more of the 28 million children of alcoholics to get help, learn there is hope, and have confidence they can do great things with their lives.
As the cold weather drags on, it tends to feel like the end of winter is nowhere in sight. Luckily, we’ve come up with some fun activities for you to help beat the winter riding (or non-riding) blues.
Happy New Year! We’re fresh into 2015, and now is the perfect time for change. This month we’ll be showcasing a series of “New Beginnings” blogs, each of which will give you a look at a potential area of change in your life with horses.