While traditional riding schools have been severely impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic, therapeutic riding facilities have been especially hard-hit.
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.
We all assume risk when we ride and work around our horses. But would you know what to do if the worst happens and someone, including yourself, falls off?
Gaining the “quarantine fifteen” isn’t just a catchy phrase, it's a reality for many. Here's how to turn around the unhealthy eating habits.
If you're getting a bit squishy from being quarantined for weeks and not being able to ride, here are some tips to get back in shape.
Long spring and summer days outside means a lot of exposure to the sun; put your best face forward and make these products part of your daily care routine.
Rider imbalances, such as body asymmetry, can affect the way the horse feels and moves. Find out how physiotherapy can help you be a better rider.
Many riders find it challenging to sit tall in the saddle, which is related to our modern lifestyle, where so many activities encourage us to bend forward.
Find out what causes hand and elbow alignment problems for horseback riders and how to fix them, in order to avoid communication errors with your horse.
Many riders are faced with having to retire, re-home or re-purpose their horses at some point. Get help making and living with the decision.