There is a certain importance of having a Bucket List, when it comes to being an equestrian, and each one of us is going to have something a little bit different. Psychology shows that when people have dreams and goals, it gives them a certain psychological sense of importance, and subsequently confidence when these goals are met. Sarah Williams puts forth the Equestrian’s Bucket List Challenge.
Horses are hard work; if I wasn’t cleaning those stalls, my trainer would have been doing it, or she would have been paying someone to do it. She was imparting knowledge unto me and allowing me to ride her seasoned show horse, so why shouldn’t I be responsible for some of the care and upkeep? Sarah Williams explains how important stall cleaning is for any rider.
Many unpredictable situations arise as we work with our horses. Often it is Horsemanship choices that can reduce unexpected results. Sarah Williams talks with five avid equestrians who were kind enough to share their own “blunders” in hopes that they might help you avoid doing something similar on one of your own horsey-adventures.
Horses are a “dream”, after all…something that “all little girls want”, and most adults think only belong to a class of people who wear top hats, eternally shined tall boots and stark white shirts, but we know the truth; horse ownership is just as hard as it is rewarding. Sarah Williams reveals the truth about horse ownership – It’s tough.
When is it time to have your horse change hands? Selling an equine friend is never easy, yet sometimes what is best for our horse is what is hard for us. Sarah Williams helps us honestly look at when to let someone else enjoy our equine friend.