Tasks, hobbies and programs that relieve tension are therapeutic to our mental and physical health. Raking up horse poop fits the description of a therapy. Sharon Jantzen shares why taking manure fork in hand and cleaning up after your horse is very therapeutic.
Whether it’s an injury that’s got you laid up, or, as many of us are experiencing right now, bad weather that makes riding impossible, there are still ways to stay connected to your “horse life” without being in the saddle. Sarah Williams shares her favorite ways to beat the Saddle Time Blues.
Are you and your horse ready for spring? The sun will return – for good – shortly, and the Central Coast will again be a rider’s wonderland. Sharon Jantzen wants you and your horse to be ready to enjoy all spring-time horsey endeavors with some great products.
If your horse could talk to you verbally, believe me, he would have a lot to say. Sure, a good majority of his “talk” would be centered around asking for things, and not necessarily philosophical conversations surrounding religion and politics – thank goodness! Still, most evolved horse owners realize that horses in fact can talk. Sarah Williams helps us understand how horses do indeed talk to us.