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I Take It Back: Casey & Alvie

“That’s how we end up with new projects. I think we forget the challenges and just remember the good times…”

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4 Reasons a Horse Says No: Horsemanship with Lindsey Partridge

“If I ask a horse to do something and they don’t understand, it doesn’t mean I am going to give up. It just means I need to figure out how to help them understand.”

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Mark Casse Wins 151st Belmont Stakes With Sir Winston

While it may not have been a Triple Crown year, the 2019 Belmont Stakes made a different kind of history for trainer Mark Casse, who is now one of only two trainers to win two legs in the same year with two different horses. HorseDoc® ‘Talking Horses’® with Dr. Gregory Beroza has the scoop.

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First Horse Show Jitters: Marcella & Nessi

We’ve all been there. Sweaty palmed, weak kneed, and feeling sick: it’s the first show on a new horse jitters.

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The Bright Side: Kristen & Geoffrey

“I started to realize while that horse wasn’t meant to be my next eventing partner, I still managed to bring along a horse that other people loved to ride. All the time I spent wasn’t wasted.”

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Maccabi USA Equestrian Teams Announced for the 2019 Regional Maccabi Games

Are you familiar with the Maccabi Games? Learn more about this high-level athletic competition for Jewish athletes from all over the world, and get ready to cheer for Maccabi USA’s teams in dressage and show jumping!

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Fitness With a Barn Twist: Marcella & Nessi

Riding and regular barn chores, unfortunately, aren’t actually enough to make us fitter if they’re the same thing

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3 New Rules of Success Every Equestrian Should Know

The competitive equestrian knows how to set goals and dream big — but there are new rules of

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Tack On, Brain On

In this excerpt from his book Two Brains, One Aim, former international eventer and popular clinician Eric Smiley

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Op-Ed: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

Marty Irby of Animal Wellness Action details how close we finally are to passing legislation that would end

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The Importance of Digital Marketing: Why Your Business Needs It

You might be the best trainer, instructor or tack designer in the world… but if you can’t market

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The 30-Ride Slump: Casey & Alvie

“I will risk looking silly or incompetent to benefit myself and my horses all day every day! Anyone

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Op-Ed: Hiring Stable Employees With a ‘Troubled Past’

Devin Morrissey explores the subject of hiring individuals with a criminal history, making a case for thinking outside

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Lessons Learned: From Observer to Eventer in 5 Short Months… at Age 47

Susan Shu guest-authors this week’s Lessons Learned blog, normally by Ainsley Jacobs: Susan decided that age 47 was

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Small Victories: Kristen & Geoffrey

“One of the unexpected bonuses of my impulsive decision last fall to bring home Geoffrey is that I’m

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Horsemanship With Lindsey Partridge: A Mustang vs. Thoroughbred Makeover

Two popular training competitions — the Mustang and the Thoroughbred Makeovers — are bucket-list competitions for many horsepeople.

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The New Equine Weather Report: Exclusively for Horses & Their Humans

“So why not the Equine Report? We could incorporate Accuweather’s excellent rain predictor tool which is amazingly accurate

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Nessi, As Told By Nursing School: Marcella & American Lioness

Horse training can be a roller coaster: Marcella Gruchalak draws on her experience as a nursing student to

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Why I Ride an OTTB

Off-track Thoroughbreds aren’t for everyone… but if you’re up for the challenge, the process can be rewarding. Meghan

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All Aboard the Horse Training Roller Coaster: Casey & Alvie

“He had an excellent ride and I was completely pleased. That was a big win in my book

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Is Competitive Dressage Biased?

In this excerpt from Dressage for No Country by renowned classical trainer and author Paul Belasik, he considers

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