“Bringing the equine world into the city, instead of bringing the people into the equine world, made it accessible to a whole new audience. Some participants even go on to find jobs and careers in an industry that was previously inaccessible.” (more…)
Building a quality lesson program takes a bit more than hanging a shingle and signing up for an Instagram page. It’s not rocket science, but there are factors to consider before you open your doors. Learn more: (more…)
If you’re tired of getting your ring or nice watch band caught on any and everything around the barn, GrooveLife is definitely for you. Luckily, we’re teaming up to give away a prize back of silicone accessories of your choice for today’s giveaway!
Looking for an alternative to traditional wedding or engagement rings when you’re at the barn or riding? Check out these silicone rings, which fit the bill for the type of lifestyle most equestrians lead. (more…)
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“Equine Asthma Spectrum” is a term becoming widely accepted in veterinary circles, and for Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, Dr. Wren Burnley answer some questions about what it is and how it applies to our horses. (more…)
News broke this month that Samsung was contributing funding to the tune of millions of euros to a Korean dressage rider based in Denmark. Why the financing? The rider’s mother is an advisor to recently impeached Korean president Park Geun-hye.
New Zealand native Sapphire O’Connell affixed a GoPro to her helmet for her first attempt at the annual Haimona Pirini & Hone Tamati Memorial Cross-Country Race at the Pawarenga United Marae Sports Day, and the final product is pretty epic. (more…)