It easy to fall into the trap of believing that we are the only ones who can “teach” in the horse-human relationship, but in reality, our horses are trying to teach us things all the time. Sarah Williams explores three things our horses are trying to teach us.
Julie Monser, a H.E.E.T. volunteer remarked, “We do so much more than rescue horses from fires!” Sharon Jantzen interviews Julie Monser to get the full picture of all the ways H.E.E.T. volunteers serve our equestrian community.
Finding the time to ride, and/or choosing the time to ride, became quite challenging for me, but I never gave up trying to slice out a piece of my day for something I loved. Charlotte Gorton shares her tips for carving out precious riding time in your busy schedule.
It’s almost as though we’ve personified our horses, believing them to be beings that can think on the same level as humans can, and thus have the ability to decide whether they are going to be good or bad on a whim. Sarah Williams explores the reasons behind a horse being “good” or “bad”.
Is second place, third place or even Top Five really losing if you put in a performance that you are happy with and your relationship with your horse is getting stronger? Remember, the winning attitude says that “winning” isn’t always a ribbon or title, it’s a progression of your skills and it’s a manifestation of your personal best. Sarah Williams explores what being a winner with horses means.