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When a previously go-it-alone introverted equestrian gets pulled into a positive barn culture, she decides to keep paying it forward.When I walked into the barn last weekend, six people were crowded in the aisle in a tight cluster, doing...
When the Spanish came to conquer the New World in the 1400s, they did more than war with native cultures and ransack their gold. They also brought horses with them—special gaited horses that would go on to populate the...
It seems you can’t watch a TV show or movie these days without seeing scenes filmed with a drone. This unique perspective is able to spark our imagination and give us a view of the world normally reserved for...
When it’s time for a career change or to take on a part-time job, horse enthusiasts often consider equine-industry vocations as a way to combine a love for horses and the need for a paycheck. So what types of...
We've all got to-do lists, dirty dishes in our sinks, loads of laundry to do, unwashed cars, errands to run and groceries to get. Each and every one of us have 168 hours in a week to manage everything...
Many horse owners have had the following experience: you put your perfectly healthy horse up for the night and the next morning, He walks out of the stall three-legged lame. A nightmare scenario, right? Whoa, there. It may not...
As a photojournalist, I have made a career as a riding vacation junkie. In my opinion, having the opportunity to experience little pockets of the world the typical tourist never ventures into with my rump in a saddle and...
Like many equestrians, you may dream of jumping your horse. The sensation of piloting your horse while he takes flight is like none other in riding. Simply put, it’s fun. Plus, the ability to calmly and safely hop over...
Reins are the key to communicating with your horse from the saddle. Used to cue and control direction and speed, the right set of reins can make the difference between a good ride and a disaster. American Quarter Horse...
During her career as a trainer, horse show judge and clinician, Jennifer Woodruff of Port Richey, Fla., has always offered a comforting hand to young equestrians who might not have had the ride they expected. But, she says, that...
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