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International Women’s Day is Monday, March 8. As part of the worldwide celebration of women’s achievements and 2021 theme, #ChooseToChallenge, Horse Illustrated magazine and StreamHorseTV are partnering to present a 90-minute livestream Q&A at 6 p.m. EST that evening...
Over a decade ago I was 50 pounds overweight. I was uncomfortable in all of my clothes, much less a fitted pair of riding breeches. When necessary, I found myself frustratingly unable to mount from the ground. Finally, a...
Emily shares a humorous story any rider can connect with, especially if you've ever not wanted to clean your tack locker or tack trunk.The afternoons are getting warmer. The humidity is turning the gray winter dust covering everything in...
In Courtney S. Diehl's Vet Adventures column, she describes the loss of a horse she's written of often and how he was BFFs to the end with a special pony.Readers may remember the columns about “March” and “Linnea” (Easter,...
You probably crave a connection to technology when you saddle up. Whether it’s to capture that perfect “view from the top” photo for Instagram or to have a phone for emergencies when hitting the trails, cell phone storage can...
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The Haflinger

The sound of hooves can be heard clip-clopping on the narrow cobbled streets of a tiny mountain village. A small horse comes into view, its pale gold coat glowing warmly in the sun. A cart follows behind, filled with...
In the 60 years since its founding, the work of the Tempel Lipizzans has educated and inspired many generations of Americans on cultural and equine histories and on the art of dressage. Located just 45 miles north of Chicago,...
Spring is here, or at least on its way! Part of your horse’s health plans should include a sound nutritional strategy. With the warmer weather, rain and increased pasture turnout, now is a good time to put together a...
Growing up in Germany, Sandra Williamson (previously Clark) has always had a love for horses. She began riding when she was a little girl and was finally able to own her first horse at 13. Williamson excelled in English,...
Getting the right counts in a line can often seem like the ultimate test on a jumping course. Lines are two or more jumps set apart by a measured distance, and are meant to be ridden in a specific...
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