Fit to Ride: Ask a rabbit

When it comes to fitness, we could all learn a thing or two from carrot-munching, cardio-hopping rabbits. Introducing Horse Nation’s newest fitness guru, Biz Stamm’s bunny Pi.

From Biz:

Hey there, Horse Nation!  I’d like to start off today by sending out some HN good karma to my friend, Zoe.  She and her horse are currently on their way to Arabian Youth Nationals to compete in several western classes.  Zoe is one of the hardest working young women I have ever met, and through her hard work she has become quite the rider.  Good luck, Zoe! Kick some a$$!! And don’t forget to have fun.


Pi has been a bit upset with me lately.  While people often think of rabbits as timid and shy, those words don’t even exist Pi’s vocabulary.  He is bold and loves the limelight.  You may have noticed that there has been a lack of Pi cameos in recent posts, and this has made him quite angry (Don’t I know that he’s a star?!).  He has retaliated by refusing to use his litter box, terrorizing the cats, and trying to trip me while performing his mad bunny dashes.

So to appease him, I’m introducing a new, monthly segment in the “Fit to Ride” column entitled “Ask a Rabbit.” Pi (with the help of his mother) will be fielding your health and wellness questions and coming up with solutions to your fitness conundrums. Hopefully this will satisfy his need to be adored by the masses and my house can return the almost normal state it was before Pi decided he was kind of a big deal. Please send your questions to [email protected].

How could you NOT take Pi's fitness advice?

This message has been approved by co-chairbunnies of the Horse Nation Executive Board, Amelia Earhart and Dennis Hopper.

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