Our horses are some of the best teachers that we will ever have. What they illustrate so beautifully in their innocent and trusting way, we can apply to our own lives a thousand times over. There are lessons that only our horse could teach us better than anyone else if we’re open to listening and understanding them. Sarah Williams appreciates the three lessons her horses have taught her.
It’s easy to send a text message or write an email, but takes a little more time and effort to actually sit down and “hand write” something on a piece of stationary or in a card, and that is exactly what makes it special. Sharon Jantzen shares 7 reasons for Equestrians to share a hand-written note.
Whether you’re looking for a good read to pass the time while lounging by the pool or on a beach towel in the sand, or a great story to curl up with in the evening before bed, this list of both classic and new equine related books is sure to delight horse lovers of all ages. Sarah Williams gives us her picks for great summer reads.
Waiting for a dressage lesson to start after a 5 year hiatus, doubt flooded my mind, “Is riding a horse like riding a bike? Does one have to relearn aids, connection and how to sit a trot after being out of the game for so long?” Sharon Jantzen shares her experience of getting back in the Dressage saddle again.
Whether we are tacking up to ride with friends, squeezing a ride into our busy day, or simply getting ourselves up on a horse once in awhile – the whole process of grooming and tacking up takes time. In order to have more time riding we need to streamline our grooming routine. Sharon Jantzen shares her tips for streamlining your grooming routine.