Diversity in equestrian sport

Standing Ovation: Stable Space Connects Indianapolis Youth to Horses

Kathleen Ford of Stable Space, LLC believes that “horses have the potential to change us from the inside out.” Therefore, she works to unlock that potential by offering equine-assisted learning in her Indianapolis, Indiana neighborhood.  (more…)

11 Black Equestrian Instagram Accounts You Have to Follow

February is Black History Month. We’re always committed to inclusion and diversity in Equestrian sport, and we can think of no better time to highlight these awesome Black equestrian Instagram accounts. If you’re not already following them, you should be.  (more…)

Strides for Equality Equestrians (SEE) to Promote Visible, Active Allyship for BIPOC Equestrians

Strides for Equality Equestrians (SEE), the “moonshot” idea of five-star eventer and trainer Heather Gillette and historian Dr. Anastasia Curwood along with United States Eventing High Performance rider Matthew Brown, is pleased to announce its official launch.


Optimum Youth Equestrian Scholarship Aims to Provide Monetary Support, Mentorship to Deserving Riders

The deadline for the first round of the Optimum Youth Equestrian Scholarship is tomorrow, Thursday, October 15. Sally Spickard gives the details on the inspiration fo the scholarship and how to apply. (more…)