It's that time of the year! Presents galore. Black Friday Shopping! Too much money spent... Ah, my favorite time of the year. The equestrian is an elusive species... they aren't your typical "gift receiver" as they aren't interested in Wal-mart gift cards or cutesy t-shirts or fruit cakes (I'm sure there are some out there that are, but ya know...). They are into horsey things. GASP. What in the world do you gift someone who is into horsey things? Please, please, please don't
I'm a bit late (as usual) to the No Stirrup November club. A month full of sore abs, numb legs, and of course, no stirrups... The benefits of No Stirrup November are countless. Better balance. Stronger core. Posting at the trot becomes easier. You learn what parts of you are weak/what parts of you are stronger. You learn great body control. No matter how many hours of riding you log during November, there are many different ways you can enjoy it and get the most out of riding
Ah, good 'ol Jack Frost. Santa Claus. Presents. Snow. The whole shebang is RIGHT around the corner. I mean some of the department stores have already started stocking up on Christmas gear!
Ho, ho, ho, and kiss beneath the mistletoe. My favorite time of the year except I have horses.
Winter and horses... they aren't enemies but they aren't friends. There is a lot of prep that has to be done so winter and horses will mesh well. There are several things that you can do to