If your horse could talk to you verbally, believe me, he would have a lot to say. Sure, a good majority of his “talk” would be centered around asking for things, and not necessarily philosophical conversations surrounding religion and politics – thank goodness! Still, most evolved horse owners realize that horses in fact can talk. Sarah Williams helps us understand how horses do indeed talk to us.
Of course, I always remembered the warnings that my grandmother would give me before I would head off into the wild blue yonder. “Sarah,” she would say, “be careful. Don’t get too comfortable.” Great advice, because I think that sometimes we all get a little “too comfortable”. This was one of those little lessons that matters, and there are times when I wish I would have kept this in my head a little bit more. Sarah Williams shares her little lessons that mattered in her journey of becoming a horsewoman.
When its raining and pouring out, that time that we usually spend at the barn is replaced with a familiar longing to be back out in the saddle. So, what’s the next best thing to actually being out on the back of a horse? Watching some of the greatest classic horse films ever made, of course! Sarah Williams shares her list of favorite classic horse movies.
Living the horse life means that you are going to have times when you put in more than it seems like you’re getting in benefits. During the “off season” or the “in climate months”, remember that all the time and effort you put in will pay off when it comes time to saddle up again and get back out there. Sarah Williams helps us find balance between horse care and saddle time.
That silly little tradition of creating “resolutions” isn’t just reserved for the general masses, it’s also something that can be quite beneficial for the equestrian. Sarah Williams challenges us to make New Year’s Resolutions then trots us through how to go about achieving them.