Dealing with the Dreaded Stall Rest

Stacy Bromley Cheetham, MPA “Your horse needs stall rest” -  the five words every horse owner dreads hearing. Whether for a few days due to a lost shoe, a week due to a horse show, or an extended rest due to i...

Hack Season Cometh …

Spring has officially sprung! The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and your itching to crawl out of the arena for an afternoon to go on a nice hack. Well before you do so, here's some tips to keep in mind...

Banish those dry barn hands for good!

Regardless of the season, dry hands are an equestrians constant company. Lets face it, we can be hard on our hands, but dry and sometimes cracked skin is no fun. So how do you banish the dreaded dry hands for ...

No Stirrups November [Survival Guide]

November may be half over, but that doesn't mean it's time to stop thinking about good old no stirrups November. Whether your a long time participant in this, occasionally painful, annual tradition or consideri...

Bad Photos in Action (& tips to avoid them)

You've seen these posts before, timing is everything when photographing in the horse world, and sometimes it really just doesn't work out for you. As a little Friday fun, we thought we'd share some of our bad p...

Quick Tips for Surviving Winter

While some equestrians are lucky enough to be able to escape to warmer climes in the winter months, some of us (and our horses) are stuck in the great white north with all of its wonderful snow and freezing tem...

Choosing the Correct Spot for your Arena [Infographic]

Thinking about building an outdoor arena, but not sure how to select the correct spot? Well look no further, we've got a handy (and super detailed) infographic that will not only help you learn how to pick the ...