Cold Hands, Warm Heart

We all know the saying, but your hands can actually be as warm as your heart this season (seriously, check out those mittens)! Long winter days at the barn often leave equestrians chilled to the bone, so pop on these cozy pieces before heading out to stay warm and to keep the chill away.

A Q&A with Isabell Werth

As the world’s most successful dressage rider with seven World Championship titles, 10 World Cup medals, 10 Olympic medals, 17 medals at European Championships, and 14 German Championship titles, to name a few of her accomplishments, Isabell Werth’s name will…

Fall Fashion

The leaves are changing, the horses are spunky, and a chill is in the air—fall is here! Time to stow away those summer styles and break out the cozy sweaters and flannels. From autumnal colors to warm pieces, we’ve got…

Be Prepared!—Prep Your Barn for Winter

After a summer of warm weather, New Englanders know that fall means it is time to batten down the hatches and prepare for the impending winter—and inevitable nor’easter—that is coming soon. Use these tips to be ready when the temperature…

Horses and History in Leesburg, VA

The state of Virginia holds a lot of history and its little town of Leesburg is no different. Located just 33 miles northwest of Washington, D.C., Leesburg is significant for its soil once was the battlegrounds of the Civil War.…

Back To School

We know you’d rather be at the barn, but school doesn’t have to be a drag! These supplies bring horses into the classroom (minus the hay!), so being a straight A student is as easy as tacking up.

Spruced Up—Calgary, Canada

The city of Calgary, a providence of Alberta, right near the Canadian Rockies, is one of the largest metropolitan cities in Canada. Exploring the city may seem overwhelming at times, however there are many hidden and not so hidden gems…

10 Tips to Help You Prepare for Equitation Finals

For junior riders, some of the most coveted ribbons are awarded at the end of an equitation final. From the ASPCA Maclay to the United States Equestrian Federation Hunt Seat Medal, the road to finals is as long and challenging as it is rewarding in more ways than trophies. Experts Kelli Cruciotti, 2015 Pessoa/U.S. Hunt Seat Medal Final winner, and Kathy Fletcher, owner and head trainer of Grazing Fields Farm in Buzzards Bay, MA, weigh in with their tips for making the journey a smoother one.

Under the Tuscan Sun—Tuscany, Italy

When most think of Tuscany, they think of rolling hills, fine wine, amazing food, ancient architecture, and passionate people. However, Tuscany’s passion expands to horses as well.

Move Over!—A Guide to Beginning Lateral Work

Asking your horse to move laterally can be a daunting step in your training—sometimes simply going forward with impulsion is hard enough! Top dressage riders do it with ease and grace, but they all started at the beginning like everyone else. But where do you even begin? And how?

In This Issue

- The Principles of Classical Dressage
- Improve Your Horsemanship Patterns
- Riding in Your Senior Years

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