We know that proper nutrition is important for both horses and riders. But do you know how important electrolytes really are for our horses?Read More
Feeling a little off-center? It could be your asymmetry.
Learn how a rider’s and a horse’s asymmetry can affect the quality of a ride.Read More
Leg on, heels down and eyes up. These are three things that are drilled into you as a rider. But how exactly should you have your leg on? That’s what we’re talking about in this post.Read More
Since getting back in the saddle, I’ve always felt unsure of myself and my skills. I blamed it on needing more practice or riding horses that I wasn’t used to. What I’ve finally come to realize is that nervousness has a name, anxiety. And now that I know what it is, I have a better idea on how to deal with it.Read More
Do you ever have those moments when everything clicks? When you’re riding around and all of a sudden you and your horse are in sync?
This is a post where I share a bit about these moments and how they’re changing both my ride and my confidence.Read More
If you’re struggling with the counter canter, you’re not alone. In this post I share my own challenges.
Just like many other things with riding, it’s always a lot easier said than done.Read More
Horses are our partners. We work together towards a common goal.
They aren’t our machines that we put to work for our selfish goals.Read More
After a small comment and event at the barn, I started to think about the purpose of the lead line. Curious to know my thoughts on this tool? Keep reading!Read More