Albert Einstein was probably referring to people in these three quotations. However, they also be applied when working with horses.
Star Crossed Horses catches up with Michelle Morgan, Heartland’s Lou Fleming, who says fans can look forward to Lou going through a really big transition.
In this article, providing a video link, Noel the miniature horse showcases her skills and sits down on a bean bag chair.
Horses that are overweight and/or have metabolic problems, are prone to laminitis, PSSM, which creates an increased need for low carb diets.
In this article, the miniature horse Noel debuts her new Build-A-Bear shoes and her shoe collection. Keep reading for more information about Noel.
Meet actress Sophie Bolen, star of several horse films, including most recently, The Horse Dancer, now available on Canadian Netflix.
Horses sitting on bean bags may seem unusual, but at Winsong Farm, it's all the rage. Find out how Winnie Stott has taught six horses to do it.
This article showcases some photos and videos from fun intermediate clinics in Ontario. The clinics had amazing people who embraced the work and ran with it
Today during a riding lesson with Alex, we worked on our garrocha pole routine which we debuted last Sunday at the fundraiser for The Horse Sanctuary.
The original date of the fundraiser was changed once due to the weather, but the weather took a turn again on the new date, however, the show must go on.
In this article, Alisha Newton who plays Georgie on Heartland answers questions about the character, her favourite scenes, and more.
Winnie exited the barn out the south door, stopped and looked east, south and west. No Blue. She turned east, then headed north along the side of the barn.
Find out how to use water bottles as obstacles with your horse in order to gain trust, and to show the horse they don't have to be scared of new things.
Every year, a group of RCMP officers and their black horses take to the road to showcase one of the most iconic Canadian pictures ever.
Winsong Farm’s Fall Fundraiser will take place Sunday October 15, 2017, from 2:00-3:30 p.m., in support of the Horse Sanctuary, run by Lillian Tepera.