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Just like people, no two horses are alike – breed, personality, performance… But no matter how different they are, the importance of warming up and cooling down remains the same.
Owning a Thoroughbred, particularly one off-the-track, is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have as a rider. However, the breed definitely presents some of its own challenges, and as a college student in Wisconsin, I’m beginning to feel some of those challenges once again.
As the old adage goes, you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. This is absolutely true and extremely relevant when entering the dressage arena. Your entrance into the arena, consisting of your centerline and halt, are your first impression for the judge.
Last month I talked about what a working student is and what it entails. Now, what do you do to become one? In this blog, I’ll talk about how to become a working student and give you some tips on nailing your interview.
By: Hannah Young- Triple Crown Insider Now that the cold winter months are here, some people give their horses a
By: Madison Nichter, Triple Crown Insider As the days get cooler and shorter, many of us come to the
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As American Pharoah prepares to make his first debut since winning the Triple Crown at the Haskell Invitational in NJ,
CROSS COUNTRY SCORING: Cross-country is more objectively scored than dressage day. In general, penalty points are given for refusals, run-outs,
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Fertilize and Seed Your Fall Pastures: Watch Your Horses and Look to Complete Feeds to Supplement Hay and Nutritional Needs
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Understanding the Importance Of High Fiber, Heated Water Troughs & Proper Shelter To Avoid Colic In Horses During Winter Weather.
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Dr. Amy Gill Breaks Down The Significance of Feeding Frequency, Lactic Acid, Soluble Fiber & More On Horse Health and Digestion
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By: Tyra Vernon A riding clinic is an investment of time and money, and you want to make the most
Q. How long have you been riding? A. Since I was 5 Q. Is your family involved in horses too?