Candace Wade has long followed the legislation surrounding of Big Lick Tennessee Walking Horses and their fates once their show careers are over. Today she offers this interview with Horse Plus Humane Society founder Tawnee Preisner and her son Justin. (more…)
Kathleen Landwehr of the USEF sat down with Carlee McCutcheon, daughter of leading reining champion Tom McCutcheon to learn about her diverse equestrian skillset. (more…)
Dr. Gregory Beroza has plenty of tales to tell from a distinguished career in equine veterinary medicine, but his most incredible story is the time he found himself treating none other than Secretariat on Belmont Stakes Day, 1973.
We’re continuing our feature interview with Sara Sherman, an equine assisted coach through the Equine Gestalt Coaching Method. Today, we’re exploring more of the day-to-day activities in Sara’s career.
Sara Sherman’s 2015 TEDx presentation highlighted how equine-based counseling and coaching can change lives. We caught up with her to learn more about the Equine Gestalt Coaching Method.
One horse-deprived college freshman named Bob Cacchione came up with a creative way to keep horses in his academic life in 1967 — and created the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association, now 10,000 riders strong.
What is Equine Facilitated Learning? We caught up with Rosie Withey, an EFL instructor based in the UK, to learn more about this facet of the equestrian world and what it has to offer.
She may hobnob with the likes of Prince Harry, but at her core Melissa Ganzi is just another loving mom, dedicated wife, philanthropist and equestrian.
As college kids go back to school, we’re asking: what’s an equine-related degree good for? (more…)