“‘Maybe one thing you should take a look at, kid, is why you always insist on backing the losing horses.’… Maybe I’m just stubborn.” Aubrey Graham wraps up the final part of this series by letting us know what the future holds in store for Juice. (more…)
In the second part of her three-part series, Aubrey Graham discusses the quirks and difficulties of bringing along Juice… and how she grew to love him, even through ulcers, vertical rears and soft tissue injuries. (more…)
When faced with uncommon adversity, one should try not only to make sure all efforts create a great deal of impact, but also that multiple issues are being tackled at once. That is the aim of the Appalachian Trainer Face Off.
Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the muddiest horse of them all? Enter this photo contest to win a prize package from SmartPak that includes a rain/fly sheet, country leather boots, waterproof riding jacket and grooming kit. (more…)
“My focus with Luis (JC New Prince) up to this point has been balancing his body, hooves and mind. I have had glimpses, small moments, when all the pieces have come together, but we still have a long road ahead. I figure if I help him to achieve balance in mind and body, the riding will just fall right into place.” (more…)
The life of a Ponydad is hard. Especially when you have to learn a plethora of new terms relating to anatomy you never thought you’d need to know. Ponydad Thomas Pell Veng discusses his latest foray into the horse world. (more…)
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so what better time to think about how to keep yourself sound — mentally, physically and emotionally? Dr. Darby Bonami is here with these tips to help equestrians stay well. (more…)