Horse Cost Case Study: November 2019 Update

Author Malcolm Gladwell spoke at a conference I attended several years ago. He wrote a book called Outliers in which he examined what makes the “best and brightest” people successful. When it comes to tracking…

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Getting Into Your Comfort Zone

In a pushy society that often invalidates and sometimes ridicules comfort zones, we have a bit to learn about their value and importance. If you read my first article of this series, you already know…

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Horse Cost Case Study: October 2019 Update

I thought I’d come out ahead financially by deciding not to have kids. No college funds, no sports team uniforms, no toys or video games. Now that I’ve become a horse owner, though, I’m not…

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Transforming a Rescue into a Show Pony

Everyone knows that the most sensible way to buy a horse or pony is to go with your trainer, ride a few appropriate mounts and decide which you prefer within your budget. If you are…

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Clicker Train Your Horse to Stop Grazing

Guest post by Sandra from HippoLogic. Haven’t we all experienced that a horse pulled you towards some grass in order to grab a few bites? Does he never learn not to do this?! I tried…

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