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Allison Armstrong Rehnborg

Allison Armstrong Rehnborg is a freelance equine writer and photographer who lives in Lebanon, Tenn. With her master’s degree in horse science, she writes about all aspects of horse care and management, including health, training and breeding.

Making a Career Out of Trick Riding

Developing a special partnership with a horse takes equal parts hard work, perseverance, and passion, but once formed, such a…

1 year ago

Prep for Trail Riding with Children

The day you’ve always dreamed of has arrived: your child (or niece, nephew, or grandkid) is finally old enough to…

2 years ago

Scratch That: Stop Equine Skin Problems at the Root

Believe it or not, skin is the body’s largest organ, so it makes sense that untreated skin problems can make…

2 years ago

Scratch That: All About Common Horse Skin Conditions

Believe it or not, skin is the body’s largest organ, so it makes sense that untreated skin funk can make…

3 years ago

Virtual Veterinary Care for Horses

With virtual veterinary care for horses, owners can snap a photo or take a short video documenting a horse’s ailment,…

3 years ago

Say Yes to Yoga for Young Equestrians

Practicing yoga for young equestrians can increase your flexibility and strength and help you develop better balance in the saddle.…

3 years ago

Tack Room Makeover

Organizing and cleaning your tack room may not be as much fun as riding, but it’s an essential part of…

3 years ago

Avoid Vet Day Blues: Strategies to Help Your Horse Work With a Veterinarian

Getting your horse ready for a routine vet appointment is an important part of horse ownership, and for many horse…

3 years ago

First and Only Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Horsemanship Plans Expansion at Montana Center for Horsemanship

For almost a decade, the Montana Center for Horsemanship has partnered with the University of Montana Western in Dillon, Mont.,…

4 years ago