This is one way to get a horse used to solo adventures. (more…)
Just hear those sleigh bells jingling… (more…)
How many miles per hour do you think this racehorse hits on this ride?
There’s no better way to enjoy the beach than a horseback gallop…with a mini and a cart next to you!
There are no sounds more soothing than waves lapping on the shore and hooves pounding on the sand.
Over the river and through the woods. Do you want to feel what it’s like to gallop through the trails?
Where did you all want to ride this year? (A lot of cross-country, from the looks of it…) Look back at a year of Helmet Cams and vote for your favorite!
Welcome to the 2017 Horse Nation Readers’ Choice Awards! Vote for your favorite helmet or drone cam video of the year, presented by World Equestrian Brands.
There may come a day in which we are tired of watching this Percheron hitch perform, but it is not this day.
You know what never gets old? Helmet videos from the mysterious and fantastic world that is Iceland, featuring plenty of Icelandic horses.
Percherons wouldn’t normally be good event horses … but this isn’t a normal Percheron! Ride along on the Plantation Fields Novice cross-country course aboard “Klein.”
Draft horses are most commonly seen pulling carriages and wagons; they can make great riding horses but very few have the athletic build and drive to be an event horse. “Klein” is one of these rare individuals, a more refined Percheron than other members of her breed better suited to more typical draft horse uses.
Climb aboard Klein and go for a spin around Plantation Field’s Novice cross-country course!
From the rider’s perspective, you might not guess you’re riding a Percheron. We’re loving “The Flying Percheron” blog, which chronicles the long and patient process of training a draft horse eventer — check it out here.
Go Percherons! Go riding!