In 2012, Leslie Moïse had a catastrophic stroke. This past week, she was able lead her horse and climb back in the saddle for the the first time. Here is her story. (more…)
“The best quote I think to describe this year so from Madeline L’Engle: ‘Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light.’ I appreciate the good moments so much more because of the bad. Here’s to 2021 of being a year full of light for everyone!”
“We all know that we can be physically fit and technically competent, but if we leave our psychological game at the start box, our ride suffers.” (more…)
Speaking of the 52 Thoroughbreds, take a look at what one of them is doing. (more…)
In the wake of the death of Katharine Morel, many riders are left with more questions than answers. Eventing Nation’s Maggie Deatrick voices a plea for transparency when it comes to the investigations of accidents in the eventing world. (more…)
Eventing Nation’s Conner Ann Clark recounts the way she met her heart horse by being willing to give him a second chance. (more…)
“The solution is not black and white, not an either/or. The pre-purchase exam is a good thing and we encourage them, but it does not remove the responsibility of horsemanship and management from the buyer and trainers surrounding the horse.” (more…)
Working with horses requires assessing each horse and seeing what it needs. After an experience with a timid mare, Veronica Green-Gott has changed her approach, focusing on having fun.