Even if you don't ride much (or at all) in the frigid months, there are plenty of things you can do to ensure your horse is comfortable.
If you have had to take time off from riding, whether due to health issues or life changes, mounting up again can cause apprehension.
A deeply personal memoir by Tamara Williamson – writer, musician, producer, playwright, artist, podcaster, and equestrian.
Don't let 'Blue Monday' get you down; switch up your indoor routine with some of these fun and inspiring activities.
So even if your Dry January resolution has already fallen off the wagon, there are plenty of horse-related goals that should be easy to keep.
The study saw participants working with horses in a round pen, navigating obstacles together, and doing mindfulness exercises ‒ with encouraging results.
Some tips to help you organize, train, de-stress, embrace the challenge, and appreciate the small victories.
This BC woman created a special, inspirational deck of cards to help people find clarity and apply wisdom in their lives.
The "Breaking The Cycle" family program helps veterans, first responders, and healthcare workers suffering from PTSD.
Stuck in the Comparison Trap? Social media is infamous for dragging us down, but comparing ourselves to others may be a natural evolutionary instinct.
Nova Scotia-based horsewomen Nikki Porter and Nadine Smith have put together an uplifting anthology of true stories by female equestrians.
Being overwhelmed leaves you both unable to cope with a situation as emotions or instincts start running the show. Here's how to prevent that.
Visualisation allows you to run through skills or situations multiple times in your mind to build confidence and avoid drilling your horse.
An interview with British author Julian Roup about the magical influence of horses and a special forest that inspired his latest book.
Horses are good for the soul: EAT has proven beneficial to help people heal from addictions, mental health issues, abuse and trauma.