April showers bring May flowers and– mud season. Here are my five tried and true tips to surviving every equestrian’s least favorite season.
I believe in authenticity. I preach it all over my website and my social media is filled with the daily reality of taking care of a (very) small horse farm in rural Maryland. I also believe in being honest about our mistakes. The equestrian world is filled with images of gleaming bridles, perfectly healthy shinyContinue reading “Making Mistakes: Foxtail”
Not only had I tracked mud throughout my favorite hardware store, but I had also spent an hour in the grocery store looking like the scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz.
How a neglected mare and a broken leg changed how I train horses.
There is a body in my backyard. He does not belong to me and yet when I bought the house I adopted his bones right along with it.
Let’s get this straight: negativity has no place in the equestrian world.