‘It’s Always a Journey With Horses’: Q&A With Para-Dressage Equestrian Alyssa Cleland
Julie Saillant of Motivation Addict catches up with Grade V Para-Dressage rider Alyssa Cleland to talk about goals, positivity, and of course, horses.
Cool Horse Jobs: Q&A With Robin Donahe of Fantasia Carriage
In our “Cool Horse Jobs” column, we feature awesome individuals finding unique ways to work in the horse industry. Today, we’re featuring Robin Donahe of Fantasia Carriage, a professional driver and baraat horse provider!
Louise Sedgman’s Ethereal Photography Of Women & Horses
Equine art columnist Shya Beth catches up with Louise Sedgman to discuss Sedgman’s award-winning photography of women and horses.
Equine Art Insider: Q&A With Painter Ken Peloke
“Inspirations come from people and the idea of peace. Life and the world really aren’t as bad as we seem to want to make it.” Shya Beth speaks with equine artist Ken Peloke about his work.
Cool Under Pressure: How Jockeys Use Sport Psychology
With the Preakness Stakes just days away, the pressure is most certainly on: we spoke with Kristen Dieffenbach of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology to learn about how sport psychology can help jockeys (and all equestrians).
Q&A With Liberty Trainer & Model Jesse Drent
The face that launched a thousand questions.
The Tumble Feeder: Q&A With Creator Lisa Boudreau
Learn more about this unique feeder in development!
Cool Horse Jobs: Q&A With Ainsley Jacobs, Equestrian Apparel Entrepreneur
In our “Cool Horse Jobs” series, we chat with professionals from all facets of the horse industry. Today, we’re speaking with Ainsley Jacobs, founder and owner of Ride Heels Down equestrian apparel company.
HN Global: Q&A With Sue Dudley, American Civil War Re-enactor (in England)
Horse Nation reader Sue Dudley is a rider who follows the beat of a different drummer — that would be an American Civil War drummer, to be specific, in England. We caught up Sue to learn more!
Dungarvan Feather’s Gypsy Cobs Add Color (and Feathers) to Rolex 2016
Step aside, Thoroughbreds and warmbloods — the Gypsy cobs are coming! We caught up with Dungarvan Feather to discuss its upcoming Gypsy cob breed demonstration at Rolex, the premier US three-day event.
The Pony-Poor Artist: Q&A With Barbara Beckford
If you’ve ever dreamed of leaving your day job to follow your passions, you’ll love this conversation with Barbara Beckford, the “Pony-poor Artist.” Ten years ago she left a “regular job” behind and turned to horses, art and music to make a living.
Q&A with Rosie Withey, Equine Facilitated Learning Instructor
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.
At Home on the Range: Q&A With TJ Holmes, Mustang Advocate
What’s it like to live and work among the mustangs? We caught up with TJ Holmes, a volunteer who documents and darts mustangs with PZP for the Bureau of Land Management.
Q&A With Rita Zoey Chin, Author of Memoir ‘Let the Tornado Come’
Sometimes horses come into our lives for a reason, and such was the case with Rita and her horse, Claret. In her debut memoir she shares the journey of how her Claret helped her heal from a crippling panic disorder.
The Vaccine That Could Save the Range: PZP and Mustangs
The PZP vaccine is already changing the ways mustangs are managed in the west — but only on a select few herds. We spoke with Dr. Jay Kirkpatrick to learn more.
HN Exclusive: Q&A with Nic Roldan
Nic Roldan is a potent combination of athletic ability and smoldering good looks … and we scored an interview.
Q&A With Sharon May-Davis, Equine Anatomist
We caught up with Sharon May-Davis to discuss what’s in a day’s work as a world-renowned equine anatomist.
Citizens of HN: Q&A with Elena Maas, photographer
Today we sit down with New Jersey-based equestrian enthusiast and artist/graphic designer Elena Mass to learn about how she combines her two passions. (more…)