If the challenges presented by your horse seem overwhelming, you can feel frustrated and even afraid. You may need a more suitable partner.
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.
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.
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.
To say that spring 2020 is an uncertain time is a grave understatement, as the psychological stress of isolation and financial worries weighs on us.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy programs prove that even those who didn’t ride previously can still gain benefits and healing through horses.
How you feel mentally affects the results you’ll have when you’re in the saddle - mindset is the magic ingredient for successful, happy riders.
After an accident, Jordanne Knott had pretty much given up on horses and riding ‒ and then a fractious, panicky OTTB found his way into her heart.
For everything from autism to cerebral palsy to PTSD to self-esteem, horses are proving an invaluable and increasingly mainstream resource. Here's why.