Mastering The Three Seats

Thanks to www.horse-canada.com for this great article! Written by: Jessica Lefroy There are three seats a rider should master to become effective and versatile – the full seat, the half seat, and the deep seat. Laura Tidball-Balisky describes each and when they can best be utilized. There are three seats a rider should master to become effective and versatile – […] Continue Reading

Trail Riding Is Fantastic, Here Are Some Things To Remember!

Here are some trail etiquette reminders: Need to bring negative Coggins/health papers if traveling out of state, in state, negative Coggins needed only Wear an ASTM/SEI approved helmet Check cinch/girth before mounting/during ride Keep kickers in back; identify them Riders should not pass at a different speed than gait you are traveling at Let others know when passing and what [...] Continue Reading

Horses Help Us In So Many Ways, Sometimes Its Hard To List Them All

Fun Facts from https://www.petplan.com.au When thinking of horses helping humans, we tend to get side tracked thinking about farm work, horse and cart or even horse related sports. However, there are numerous health and wellbeing benefits that humans can gain from being around horses. Interacting with horses allows for a number of opportunities to learn, explore, and grow. Here are some [...] Continue Reading

Horseback Riding Isnt A Passive Activity!

Fun Facts from http://www.healthfitnessrevolution.com Before we all had cars to drive in, people used horses to get around, and almost everyone was taught to care and ride a horse. Today, our dependence on these large mammals is non-existent and horseback riding has become recreational. There are many obvious health benefits to riding, including strong core and legs, but there are also [...] Continue Reading

Are You Ready To Ride A Horse?

Fun Facts from https://www.horselistening.com You might have liked horses all your life. Or you might have had an awakening not too long ago that is urging you to explore horseback riding for the first time. You can't tear your eyes away from the sight of glowing coats and rippling muscles. You get excited every time you drive by horses in a [...] Continue Reading

Check Your ‘Pony’ Knowlege!

Fun Facts from http://www.sciencekids.co.nz Fun Pony Facts for Kids Check out our range of fun pony facts for kids. Learn what they look like, what they are used for, what makes them unique and much more. Read on and enjoy a variety of interesting information about ponies. Ponies are small horses. Ponies have thicker manes and tails than horses. They also have [...] Continue Reading

How do horses help us?

A lovely note from http://profchoice.com WHAT HORSES DO FOR US HUMANS Horses provide us humans with so very much. They are our companions. They try hard to understand us. They usually want to please, and at the end of the day they bring a sense of peace into our lives. At least this has been my experience. I can remember being [...] Continue Reading

Are You Looking To Buy A Used Saddlle?

Another great Article from www.wideopenepets.com While buying a used saddle is often an excellent way to save money, you need to know what you’re doing so that you can avoid potential problems. Saddles are essential equipment when you own a horse or ride frequently, but they’re also one of the most expensive purchases that you will make in the equestrian [...] Continue Reading

Be Safe With Your Horse Or Pony

Another great Article from www.pethelpful.com I got my first pony when I was eight years old. It was a surprise Christmas gift and turned out to be my best childhood Christmas. When I was twelve, I got a horse for Christmas. I’ve had horses all my life up until the last few years, and my kids grew up riding. That’s [...] Continue Reading

Nine (more) Signs You Grew Up Showing Horses

Another great Article from www.theodysseyonline.com Nine Signs You Grew Up Showing Horses The equestrian world is an exclusive one, and there are some experiences that you just can't get anywhere else than horse-show grounds. 1. People think it's not a sport. Excuse me, sir. Does the ball you play with have a brain? Does it have mood swings? Do you [...] Continue Reading

How not to end up with an inappropriate horse for your child.

Another great Article from rantingsofahorsemom.com When Horses Aren't Fun: How not to end up with an inappropriate mount for your child. I suppose there are many times we question our involvement with horses, especially during a New England winter!  But my topic today centers on the pain of choosing the wrong horse.  Too often a parent is willing to buy [...] Continue Reading

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