Horses use their sense of touch to learn about their environment, to communicate, and to socialize, and as a defense against predators. A horse's sense of touch is more highly developed than peoples.
The best place to get horse facts and horse trivia is from the horse's mouth. Right? So I interviewed Mr. Ed, the equine television star of the 60s.
This morning I woke up to the chill of fall air for the first time. Hurricane Michael luckily did not hit us here in Maryland. The remnants brought us some pretty wicked storms, but upon waking up it is as if fall may finally be here. Which makes me start to worry about Winter!
Please note that the following information is strictly from my own experience. I am not a professional trainer. I did however, break in my Tennessee Walking Horse mare using these steps. First off, you want to build a bond with your horse. I...
It's that time of year when we look forward to new life and a fresh surrounding. Give your barn and horse facility new life and a fresh look with a spring cleaning. Here's how!
Care Is important to the health and wellness of a horse. Feeding, Cleaning and grooming are all parts of a horses care.
The American Saddlebred horse is one of the most striking of all gaited horses. Here are some tidbits of information about the breed that you might not already know.
Coaching a horse quiz bowl team or just for fun around the barn, these are some horse questions you never thought to ask.
Just like everything else in our lives. We can sometimes get stuck in a rut with our riding as well. What is one to do? When their favorite thing to do becomes a constant frustration? You just can't seem to get it quite right...Here are my thoughts on the subject.
Make sure your horse-crazy friend, relative or partner is not disappointed when you give them their equestrian present.