Equestrians Anonymous: This Week’s Top 5 from the Forums
We’ll bring you the five best conversations from our forums each week. Check out Equestrians Anonymous and let your voice be heard!
If you haven’t been a regular on Horse Nation’s forum board Equestrians Anonymous, then you’re really missing out. Picture the tack room or the barn aisle at the end of the day: You’re hanging out with your barn buddies, speaking that magical language of equestrian that no one at home will ever understand, and it hits you that you are among your people. That’s what Equestrians Anonymous is like, and here are the top five conversations going on right now:
1. “Help with tying” (Training)
Forum user emilykate has a mare that pulls back–what can she do to help her horse? Lots of ideas have been put forth, so check them out and add your own suggestions.
2. “Horsewomen’s Recipe Exchange” (Community Exchange)
Yeah, so we featured this thread last week–but the recipes just keep coming, so it’s worth a second (or third or fourth) read. Actually, just bookmark this thread and check it out frequently. Sweet potato chili, anyone? Or perhaps you’d like to weigh in on the spaghetti squash debate…
3. “If you could try any discipline, what would you choose?” (Ask Anything)
Time to live your wildest equestrian dreams vicariously through Equestrians Anonymous–share your current discipline, past experience and what you always wish you could try on horseback.
4. “How do you explain fox hunting to your non-horsey friends?” (Foxhunting)
For all you hunters out there, our Foxhunting forum is a great place to hang out and there’s lots of threads open right now–share your thoughts here on the best ways to explain your sport to your non-equestrian friends and family.
5. “What topics do you want Horse Nation to cover?” (Internet Equestrian)
Think of this as your own personal request hotline–HN writer Carla Lake wants to know what you want to read! Leave her your story tips–we promise that there’s no such thing as “too crazy.”
So what are you waiting for? Join any of these conversations, or start your own–we’re all crazy horse people here.
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