This past year was a record in many respects when it came to our rescue efforts. We had our highest dollar amount of donations come in, and rescued a record number of horses!
To all our valued clients, volunteers and community friends: These past few years have brought many changes to the supply chain, and we are not untouched. At the beginning of 2022 we committed to keeping our prices the same despite rising costs, however, we had expected the costs to level out. The opposite has happened,Continue reading “The Cost of Horses”
We are thrilled to be hosting Champion Thoroughbred Makeover trainer Lindsey Partridge for a full day clinic on Tuesday March 1, 2022! Clinic will run from 9am to 4pm and include groundwork, riding, discussion and one-on-one time with Lindsay Email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form here.
Hopefully you’ve already read the post on What to Wear Riding: footwear. This post will detail what you can wear to a riding lesson, and if you choose to show, the special “uniform” for Hunter/Jumper competitions. Everyday / Riding Lessons Horseback riding is a sport! So think about wearing flexible clothes, that allow movement, breathability,Continue reading “What to Wear Riding: everyday + show”
Whether you want to ride English or Western, want to explore trails or stand out in the show ring (or both!), here’s a quick guide to get you started. Equestrian wear, is typically designed for your comfort in the saddle. There’s a reason schooling breeches exist, and most instructors do not recommend riding in sweatpantsContinue reading “What to Wear Riding: footwear”