When you’re in the middle of a show, between the chaos and commotion and all of the things to do, it’s hard to remember the event for what it is: so many very passionate and dedicated people and their hardworking horses coming together to participate in something great. There is so much that goes into […]Read More...
May 21st, 2015
Posted in Equestrian Studies At Work
Equestrian judges are often practicing or retired trainers, educators, breeders, other equestrian professionals or just general horse lovers. Judging takes commitment, involvement and incredible knowledge of horses and the discipline you want to judge. Depending on the discipline, standards for licensure are different, but all represent large time, money and travel commitments. Nonetheless, it can […]Read More...
May 7th, 2015
Posted in Equestrian Books & Resources