If the challenges presented by your horse seem overwhelming, you can feel frustrated and even afraid. You may need a more suitable partner.
Face masks are a daily reality and may continue to be for the foreseeable future - so why not show you're a horse lover while you make a fashion statement?
Horse owners with dogs envision blissful hacks in the countryside. However, an untrained pooch could head for the hills; here's how to prevent that.
If you’re not happy with your progress or your relationship it might be time to consider a change; here's how to move on the most painless way possible.
Horses who spend time on pasture ‒ especially if turned out overnight ‒ run the risk of close encounters with wildlife such as skunks and porcupines.
Make sure that you and your horse will be welcome at your boarding barn forever with these simple but important guidelines.
It’s impossible to deny the strong connection between horse and human, and Geo continued to try his heart out when his owner had nothing left to give.
Slowing down is necessary in life and in horsemanship; here's how to incorporate rest and relaxation into your rides to create a calmer equine partner.
Ethical considerations aside, cloning of animals has been quietly going on for decades - but the hefty price tags make it available only to the wealthy.
Do you know what to do in an equine emergency, or how to detect an issue or illness before it becomes one? Here are some possibly live-saving tips.
Last week Kim Izzo tackled the CPC written test C/D and 'came up empty.' This time she attempts Test A/B, the final and most difficult on the scale.
Adult horse people tend to think they know it all - but do they? Author and rider Kim Izzo tries her hand at the Pony Club Quiz, with sobering results!
Horses have a great sense of humour, as proven by these photos and videos from social media, and we could all use some cheering up right now.
Horses are fascinating creatures and even the most hard-core horse owner can admit they learn something new about them every day.
Now that equestrian facilities are allowed to resume operation following the prolonged COVID-19 break, how will they keep staff and riders safe?