“In Hollywood and in too many novels nobody walks a horse,” writes long rider and New York Times best selling author Doug Preston. “They leap on and gallop away, and hours later, when a real horse would be crippled up or buzzard bait, they are still tearing along the trail, their super steeds not even […]Read More...
July 7th, 2016
In her book The Horse: The Epic History of Our Noble Companion, journalist and equestrian Wendy Williams visits with horse experts from around the world to chronicle the story of the bond between horses and humans, a 56-million-year journey. The book includes only fairly recent scientific insights regarding the social sensitivities in which horses can […]Read More...
January 22nd, 2016
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
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