No Horse? No problem! There are quite a few ways to survive being horseless in SLO County. Sharon Jantzen, herself a horseless person, shares 5 tips where you can thrive being horseless in SLO County. She actually does 4 of the 5 tips.
“I have seen people organizing carpools to drive into the heart of the devastation to do whatever they can to help their fellow equestrians – we may not all know each other by name, but we realize that we are all connected.” Sarah Williams reflects on the true heart of an equestrian in light of the recent fire devastation.
Should anyone who is working around animals or dirt carry a change of clothes with them at all times so that they don’t offend the public? Sarah Williams explores the practicality of this idea.
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.