A Pennsylvania couple combined their computer, data warehousing, communications and electrical engineering skills to create Farm Jenny.
This original "extreme" sport is enjoyed by First Nation peoples of all ages at race tracks around North America.
Have you ever wanted to be truly and deeply connected with your horse? Here are a couple of great mindfulness exercises to try.
With spring coming, horse owners will be heading out on the roads to hack, but need to be aware of the dangers from vehicles.
Avoid the heartbreak and financial implications of a tragic barn fire by having an evacuation plan in place.
Aromatherapy has long been touted as being good for calming and healing humans - but did you know that it can help horses, too?
Ringside Media's social media campaign started small and took off in a big way as they invited horse lovers to share their photos and stories.
Our first (and only) foray into the woods to cut down a tree was considerably more hellish than the Hallmark holiday card moment we had envisioned.
While we all hoped Covid would be over and we could ditch our masks, looks like we're in it for the long haul - might as well stay warm!
Whip up a batch of baked goodies for your equine partner - they make a great reward for work well done, or just to show you love them!
What type of blanket you choose for your horse - if it needs one at all - can determine your horse's cold-weather health and welfare.
A family of 'newbies' find fun, excitement and camaraderie at Ontario Barrel Racing Association events during the pandemic.
Kim Izzo looks back fondly at carefree (and often careless) youth spent on horseback, and the stunts we pulled that seem incredibly reckless now.
Can't ride, but still want horses around you every day? You are not alone, as the popularity of the Non-Ridden Equine movement would indicate.
Want to track your epic trail rides, never forget another appointment, or just get your horse's darn ears up for a selfie? There's an app for that.