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Horse People

"When you are suddenly faced with the realization of how short and precious life is, you decide what is most important,” Amanda Ableidinger shares. “I spent every waking hour thinking about what I would do with my life if...
Click to listen on mobile.Welcome to Barn Banter, the official podcast of Horse Illustrated! In this first episode, hosts Susan Friedland and Raquel Lynn chat with business owner Amy Ellison and equine photographer Shelley Paulson.Listen now to meet Amy and...
Equestrians are a beautiful kaleidoscope of ages, shapes, sizes and ethnicities. But the rich diversity of our community is not always represented by equestrian clothing that's available to riders—or the models representing those items in photos and ads.Horsewoman Shelly...
For mobile access, click here to listen in your browser.In podcast episode 15 of The Horse Illustrated Episode of Horses in the Morning, sponsored by Straight Arrow Products, hosts Glenn the Geek and Holly Caccamise chat with two guests...
Sometimes life can make a U-turn, but it’s times like these that equestrians cling tightest to their horses for hope; horse riding after an accident.A hit-and-run accident near Chicago in September of 2017 had the potential to dramatically alter...
A car traveling too fast approaches two women and their horses who are riding along a road on their way to a trailhead. They turn and motion to the driver to slow down. Instead, he passes them so closely...
The symptoms seem to come out of nowhere. The day feels fine—normal even, if there is such a thing. And then your heart begins beating faster. Breaths are a little shorter. You look around for a chair or something...
When I got back into riding five years ago, it had been eight years since I had really been around horses, much less sat on one. The eight-year break came after a bad riding accident when a horse that...
I grew up riding horses. I was obsessed. I had a collection of Breyer models, copies of Horse Illustrated magazine, and a pretend stable in my suburban backyard. Once a week, my parents drove me to the nearest barn...
If anyone could be labeled a hunter princess, it was me. For nearly four decades I strove for the perfect hunter round and learned to maintain a semblance of grace during an equitation class. Yet I would eventually end...
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