Owning a gray horse has its perks, but come winter, every gray horse owner must face the inevitable: mud. Today, Kristen Brennan discusses the five stages of grief associated with facing the long, hard winter with a light colored horse. (more…)
When you’re selling a horse and talking to potential buyers, you might need a translator to understand what they really want and, more importantly, what they really need. Fortunately, Horse Nation is here to help with this guide to understanding horse buyer language. (more…)
Selling horses can be frustrating, entertaining and maddening, but buying horses can be downright frightening. So we at Horse Nation are here to help make things as easy for you as possible. Here is the definitive guide to horse sale ads (all meant in good fun, of course). (more…)
Sometimes we look back on our riding season and can’t help but admit that it could have gone better. Reader Judith Wilson does just that with her 2019/2020 hunt season. Thankfully, she has a sense of humor. Take it away, Judith… (more…)
Our horses are our mirrors… right? Here is a look at what your horse — or at least your favorite breed of horse — says about you. A word of warning: this is in meant all in good fun, but if you are offended easily, this may not be the read for you. (more…)
Horse professionals aren’t in it for the money, which is probably a good thing. Long hours, demanding clients, testy horses and little pay — it’s all part of the job. Here is a tongue-in-cheek look at some folks who likely make more than horse professionals.