Saturday, December 12 2020 by Ruby Tevis
By Armand Leone, Jr. While having dinner with my family a few weeks ago, we had a conversation about the use of inflatable airbag jackets and vests while riding after recently learning of an older friend who was bucked off and severely injured. Like cycling, skiing, contact sports and cars, there have been advancements over
By Armand Leone and Jessica E. Choper Hosting a clinic at your facility can be beneficial for a number of reasons. It can provide marketing opportunities for your farm, generate revenue and offer a fun learning experience for everyone involved. However, before you officially kick off your clinic, there are a few safety considerations to
Andalusians and Friesians are undeniably beautiful and talented breeds, and each excels in different disciplines and fashions today. Have you ever considered what would happen if the two breeds were to be crossed? Well, the Warlander is the answer to that very question.
We blanket our horses to keep them warm each winter, but do you consider your horse’s safety when you blanket him? An ill-fitting or poorly adjusted blanket can actually endanger your horse; here are some things to remember as you dig out your blanket collection for the winter.
We hate to mention it, but winter’s right around the corner. If you’ll be blanketing your horse this winter (a must if you plan on clipping him), then now is the time to stock up on blankets. Measuring your horse carefully will ensure that you buy him the right size – the first time! Tips for Measuring Success Before you measure your horse, enlist the help of a second person to help with the process
There’s something special about riding your horse alone. The quiet time allows you to truly bond and communicate with your horse
Wednesday, May 15 2013 by Editor
Amateur Competitors Applaud the Sponsors for their Support The competitors in the third annual So8ths/Nikon Three-Day Event in the “Heart of the Carolinas” were not just overwhelmed by how wonderful the event was but also by the generosity of its sponsors. The event took place May 2-5 in Chesterfield, SC. Amateur riders competing in Beginner Novice, Novice, and Training levels went home not only with a sense of accomplishment and accolades about an event well-run and facilities that are beyond comparison but also with a bounty of gifts..
Fescue is a hardy grass which is common in horse pastures, especially in the spring. It grows quickly, thrives even under intense grazing and in harsh growing conditions like droughts and frosts, and horses love to eat it. So what’s the problem