How to Nail the Canter

Guest post by Katie Boniface of Equestrian Movement. Nailing the strike off and canter lead is actually super easy. What makes it difficult is that there are a lot of prerequisites to making it easy…

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Horse Cost Case Study: March 2020

So… that happened. Like many equestrians, I didn’t foresee the impact of Coronavirus on the United States — and Montana in particular. We’ve been sheltered in place for weeks, and it doesn’t look like we’ll…

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4-Step Guide to Real Connection With Your Horse

A guest post by Virginia Slachman of D and Me. There are a lot of studies about how beneficial the horse-human connection is. Having a genuine, close partnership with your horse improves your emotional and…

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Horse Hydrated In The Summer Heat

Guest post by April Lee from Helpful Horse Hints. When the days are long and hot, one of the most important things you can do as a horse owner is making sure your horses are well…

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10 Ingenious Ways of Using Baling Twine

Guest post by Louise Dando of In Due Horse. Baling twine is something that every horse owner has in abundance. During my many years of being an equestrian, it has come to my attention that…

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