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The One-Word Answer to Better Horsemanship: Yoga

In this excerpt from her book Yoga for Riders, yoga instructor and horsewoman Cathy Woods shows us how the practice of yoga can redefine you as a horse person.

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Tantrums and Triumphs: Libby & Spider

Riding and training horses is full of ups and downs: we can be pleasantly surprised and then we also can be reminded that horses have temper tantrums, too.

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Battling Anxiety and Fear: Jen & Ribeye

“’I’m just a nervous/scared/timid rider.’ I could not just ride better and escape this. And worse, deciding that I was just a scared rider was allowing me to gradually get used to operating through a truly dangerous level of physiological shut-down.”

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Horsemanship With Lindsey Partridge: The Sleeping Dragon

If you’ve ever been around a horse that seems to react BIG out of nowhere, that horse might be known as a sleeping dragon. Lindsey Partridge of Harmony Horsemanship addresses how to approach and tame these dragons.

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Scnobia Stewart: ‘A Dedication to Inclusivity’

“My hope is that the current and future generations of minority equestrians will be able to enjoy the

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Cinderella and the Thoroughbred: Aubrey & Boomer

“One way or another… aren’t most of us nutty Thoroughbred folks incidental ‘Cinderella story seekers?’ Many of these

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Shopping for the Rider I Want to Be: Libby & Spider

Dress for the job you want… Or maybe shop for the rider you want to be. 

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Recapturing the Fun in Riding: Jen & Ribeye

“It was like coming out of an odd amnesia, in which I could finally feel the pure sensation

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Silver Linings: Aubrey & Boomer

2020 seems to be delivering hit after hit — globally, nationally and individually. Blogger Aubrey Graham certainly has

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U.S. House Passes Spending Bill With Big Wins for Horses

“All in all, I’d say July was a pretty darn good month for the horses we all care

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Is Your Rescue Ready for Retraining?

In this excerpt from her book The Ultimate Guide for Horses in Need, veterinarian Dr. Stacie Boswell explains

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Feeling of Relief: Libby & Spider

As we all grapple with a world turned upside down by COVID-19, competitors like Libby Henderson determine what

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Jen & Louise: Moving On and Meet Ribeye!

Although Jen Cleere and her horse Louise are reaching the end of their journey together, Jen has examined what her

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Horsemanship With Lindsey Partridge: Mega Makeover Training Begins

With the postponement of the 2020 Thoroughbred Makeover, competitors are making big plans for the 2021 Mega Makeover.

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Op-Ed: President Trump and the U.S. Congress Should Step Up and Protect Iconic American Wild Horses

“Instead of manufacturing a new crisis, BLM should implement humane fertility control as a way to maintain safe

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Megan Sykes on Treating Riders Like the Athletes They Are

Professional eventing rider, Megan Sykes, shares her story about getting in a riding accident and her road to

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Op-Ed: Our Iconic Equines Have Transported Americans for Centuries and Deserve to be Transported in a Humane Manner Themselves

Horses have transported millions of Americans for centuries and deserve to be transported in a humane manner while

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Winner’s Circle Redefined: The Comeback of The Player

A beloved, quirky racehorse named “The Player” makes a comeback from what could have been a life-ending injury

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2020, You Are a Doozy: Aubrey & Boomer

“Like many of us, Boomer now has to deal with a new normal where life is a bit

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Genetic Study Challenges Commonly Held Beliefs About Arabian Horses

An eight-year long genetic study of Arabian horses challenges some commonly held beliefs about the ancient breed — most

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Interpreting Unwanted Behavior in Your Horse

Lynn Acton explains how we often misinterpret our horses’ behaviors.

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True Hospitality: Libby & Spider

Henri Nouwen said, “True hospitality is welcoming the stranger on her own terms. This kind of hospitality can only

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