It does take a certain type of photographer who is able to handle the pressure of such an important job – as they say, “You one get one shot to get it right at a wedding, there are no do-overs” – and I tend to work very well and keep a cool head under pressure. Sarah Williams can credit her horse skills to keep her cool under pressure.
How prepared are your barns and horses for the coming wet weather? Sarah Williams asked fellow Central Coast horse friends for info on how they are preparing for the coming wetness. Get ready for rain!
You have probably already wanted to say, “buzz off” to irritating bugs. By all accounts, this year is going to be a bad one in terms of insects, so let’s get a handle on things now! Sarah Williams provides tips and products to say “buzz off” to bugs on our horses and ourselves.
With the arrival of wet weather, rainy season riding strategies need to be on the forefront of our minds. Sarah Williams provides several strategies for making the most of rainy days that might put a damper on regular riding activities.
“She just doesn’t seem happy,” my friend said, somewhat exasperated. “She’s cranky when I get her out of her stall, she’s cranky in the arena, it just hasn’t been fun riding lately.” These were the symptoms of a fellow rider’s horse problems. Sarah Williams weighs in on how she helped her friend fix her horse’s problems.