If you have had to take time off from riding, whether due to health issues or life changes, mounting up again can cause apprehension.
Some hot-weather management tips that any rider can adopt to keep themselves and their horses safe and healthy during extreme heat events.
These ground exercises help develop more upper body awareness while improving your balance and suppleness.
A roundup of some new gear, and some revisions to old favourites, all designed to keep us safe in the saddle (or when falling out of it).
Research indicates that misdiagnosis following a head injury can lead to years of suffering, including memory loss and psychological problems.
A new study shows that riding horses is more dangerous than playing football, riding motorcycles or downhill skiing.
Some riding stables and camps allow kids to wear bicycle helmets in lieu of equestrian helmets; here is why that is a bad idea.
We all strive to keep our horses comfortable when temperatures soar, but riders can suffer heat stroke and other steamy weather issues.
Cowgirl up with this formula that will repair and nourish your dry skin after all that horse life can throw at it.
With spring coming, horse owners will be heading out on the roads to hack, but need to be aware of the dangers from vehicles.
Riding is one of the most dangerous sports and you need to protect your noggin. Here are some important (and surprising) facts about helmets.
Military veterans are at a higher risk of suicide than the general population, especially during these Covid times. BraveHearts is helping.
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?