He sees a tree stump, and you roll your eyes… because you know what’s coming next. This is the part where your horse plants hisRead More →
Source: Snorting and chewing helps horses calm down when they are stressed – Horses and People
If you are passionate about horses, but don’t want a career in the saddle, the options are still endless when it comes to Careers in the Equine Industry.
Source: Careers in the Equine Industry- Possible career paths | Ranvet
It was victory on both fronts for the Australian Senior Gold Team and Young Rider Team in Taupo at the Oceania Championships while Maddy Crowe added the New Zealand National Championship to her trophy cabinet
Gird your loins, chaps: the countdown is ON to the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, and we, for one, couldn’t be more excited — not least because this year is a special one. 2019’s competition is
Source: #BadmintonAt70: Six Women Who Wowed the World – Eventing Nation – Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary
The Tonimbuk Equestrian Centre has escaped largely unscathed from the devastating Bunyip State Park bushfires but this weekend’s International Horse Trials has been postponed
As the minutes spent in the saddle tick by, we all get trapped in repeating habits. What equestrians may not know about these repeating habits is that 1) they often don’t recognize them and 2) they shape what you can and can’t do. We become comfortable with these behaviors and, if we fail to acknowledge them, they end Continued
Source: Your Comfort Zone Is Limiting Your Riding
Horse Nation contributor, equestrian and certified life coach Julie Saillant understands the dark downward spiral that can mentally hobble an equestrian after injury.
Source: Getting Back on the Horse After Injury: 4 Steps for Psychological Healing – Eventing Nation – Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary