The Boy Scouts Build Us a Horse Obstacle Course
Our rescue has lots of new toys to play with!! We're feeling pretty lucky right now. A scout from Boy Scout Troop #1, of Duncanville, Texas, decided that he wanted to do his Eagle Scout project at our horse rescue. This past weekend, he and part of his scout troop labored in the hot sun (it was
Courtney and Zeus | Denton Country Equine Photographer
I had so much fun at this session. I just love photographing horses and the people who love them. This is Courtney and her amazing horse, Zeus. Just one year ago Zeus had colic. Equine colic is the number one cause of death in horses. Zeus had lost over 800 pounds and given just a 10% chance of…
Spooky horse training tips - Radek Libal
Most of the riders do one mistake that encourages their spooky horse to get scared even more often. Can you guess what is it? You might be surprised, but...
Creative Groundwork for Your Horse
Incorporate creative obstacles into your groundwork to advance your horse's training, using these tips from master clinician Clinton Anderson.
Small changes, BIG results: 12 top dressage tips | NZ Horse & Pony
1. Take time to warm up In my warm-up, I think of keeping the walk in a good four-beat and the horse free and swinging over the back. It’s much better to spend too much time in walk than not enough, as it takes 10 minutes for the synovial fluid to go around the joints. …
Grid Pro Quo with Tim Bourke
Don't let winter weather get you down. Use the off season as an opportunity to fine tune your riding! In this winter weekly web series, we will revive past Grid Pro Quo articles from our magazine, Eventing USA, to help you brainstorm ways to keep you and your horse in tip-top shape even if you only have access to an indoor arena. Why