It’s finally time! You’ve managed to book yourself or your favorite kiddo some riding lessons. Hooray! But now what? Here are four items you need to get started riding. (more…)
This group lesson didn’t exactly go as planned, but at least the horses had a good time? (more…)
Building a quality lesson program takes a bit more than hanging a shingle and signing up for an Instagram page. It’s not rocket science, but there are factors to consider before you open your doors. Learn more: (more…)
Riding and working around horses can teach us a number of things, not the least of which is dealing with the unexpected.
“But we have horses that we’re already paying for. Why are we paying for the kids to ride other people’s horses?” There are so many reasons… (more…)
What’s your trainer really trying to say? Here’s a quick guide to understanding your trainer. (more…)
Jumper Nation’s Amanda Cousins rethinks the way we teach riders to post.
Moments of enlightenment can occur at any time and any place — even when you’re walking your dog.
This 2013 column addresses the inevitable paradoxes that arise as students advance. (more…)