By Kenny Harlow There comes a point in your life where hopefully you have the insight to look for guidance and education from someone you
How to Increase Your Quantity of Obstacles
By Brandy Von Holten If you are a host of any obstacle competition, after a few events you start drawing a blank on how to
What Can I Do With My Baby?
By Nancy Slater Just because baby horses are little, doesn’t mean you can’t teach them important things. Young horses are super learners. Because they are
Walt Gervais: Inspiration of a Warrior
Walt Gervais started riding when he was in his mid fifties. At the age of 69, he won his first novice horse trials in eventing.
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Hi, it’s Barb. We’ve talked about getting into the swing of showing. I’ve also said that while I might talk about ‘showing’ that it can
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Goose, owned by Erin O’Neill, is an 11 yo “Registered Good Boy” There is an unfortunate trend going on in the world of horses (and
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By Jeff Wilson One of the most profound training discoveries of my year was the revelation of the importance of keeping my two, young Border
How to Prepare for Competition
By Shari Parys, NATRC How do you get started in NATRC? If you are new to long distance riding, start with what you have. My
Death of a Friend
Friend: an individual someone knows and with whom has a bond of mutual affection. I’m a horse lover, and if you’re reading this, you’re probably
What Will My Morgan Friends Think?!
By Jeff Wilson I want to fill you in on my hot-off-the-press horsey adventure that I rode recently. Let me tell you about it. It’s