I know you are probably tired of hearing from me by now but I have a question. I'm not concerned about this but find it unusual as does everyone I ride with. Everytime I go riding with Lightfoot, he has to urinate. He usually does it in the same few areas.
A thrilling day of reined cow horse action on Saturday, June 17, wrapped up the main event at the National Reined Cow Horse Association Derby in Paso Robles, California, with the finals for Open and Non Pro competitors. Champions were crowned in three Open and three Non Pro Derby divisions.
The world-renowned Royal Horse Show will return to downtown Toronto, Canada, as part of the 95th Annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair held at Exhibition Place from November 3 through 12, 2017.
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Event benefits Skidmore student scholarships, with over $4 million raised since 1998.
BarnManager, the specialized online management system that has become a must-have for top show barns throughout the equestrian industry, is pleased to announce the launch of its brand new website with exciting new software and easy-to-use features.
If a horse works hard in hot or humid weather, he may suffer dehydration and exhaustion. Fluid loss (from sweating to cool himself) can lead to problems such as heat stroke, thumps (due to electrolyte imbalance) or dehydration colic. There are many ways you can help protect a horse from adverse affects of heat.
Calling all pony fans: the prize list has been posted and entries are now rolling in for the 10th anniversary of the National Dressage Pony Cup (NDPC) Championship Show, which is set to return to Lexington, Ky. on July 7-9, 2017 and will once again be livestreamed on the USEF Network.
A lot of elements go into making a non pro reining horse-and-rider team that can compete at the highest level. Here's how trainer and non pro coach Darren Stancik of Salem, Oregon, gets horse and rider in sync.
In this third installment of horsemanship tips, I want to talk about the first steps up to the cone and the start of your pattern. The first things that I look for (other than what we discussed in earlier articles), is for proper adjustment of tack, equipment, and communication between horse and rider. Some obvious issues are: incorrect bridle adjustment and cinches not tightened up and tucked away