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Julia Arnold

Julia Arnold is a writer living in Minnesota with her husband and two young children. She has always loved horses and is thrilled to have officially rejoined the horse world as an adult. She rides whenever she can at Hardwood Creek Farm in Hugo, Minn.

Lessons Learned From Horses

We often think about what we can teach our horses: to stay in a frame, to load onto a trailer,…

6 months ago

Meet Horse Fiction Writer Catherine Hapka

Horse fiction writer and lifelong horse lover Catherine Hapka has written many books including for the Horse Diaries and Pony…

1 year ago

Why Horses Make Me a Better Mom

If I’ve learned anything over the past few years as a mother of two young children, it’s this: Horses make…

3 years ago

What’s the Difference Between Mini Horses and Ponies?

To the layperson, Miniature Horses and ponies may appear to be one in the same. Both are just little horses,…

6 years ago

Honoring Our Aging Equines: This Old Horse

  "These horses owe us nothing,” says Nancy Turner, founder and president of This Old Horse, a rescue and sanctuary…

6 years ago

Celebrities Who Ride Horses

Do you know which of your favorite celebrities are fellow horse people? We've compiled a list of some of the…

6 years ago

Giving People of All Abilities the Chance to Ride

Laurie Carlson's introduction to We Can Ride, a non-profit therapeutic riding organization in Minnesota, was straightforward enough. She had always…

6 years ago

It’s Never Too Late to Start Riding

Thousands of children and young people are learning to ride in lesson programs and competing in shows all around the…

6 years ago

5 Ways to Build Your Child’s Confidence Around Horses

Many of us horse lovers dream of having a child who will someday share our passion for all things equestrian.…

7 years ago

Three Ways to Gain Horse Experience Without Spending Money

The author with Trigger at Sundown Horse Shelter in Hugo, Minnesota. Photo: Julia Arnold Have you picked one of the…

7 years ago