Today marks the beginning of the equestrian world’s least beloved annual tradition, No-Stirrup November. Riding sans stirrups has obvious benefits — the promise of thighs of steel and a velcro butt in a month’s time...» Read More!
This article originally appeared on our sister site, Horse Nation. Your horse called. He said he has a monkey on his back. No, he wasn’t referring to his increasingly problematic peppermint addiction — he was...» Read More!
If you’ve buckled down and worked hard this month on riding without stirrups to celebrate #NoStirrupNovember, then congratulations — you’ve nearly made it to December! (And don’t forget our sister site Horse Nation’s sweet contest...» Read More!
Week One passed by in a haze of jelly-legs and difficulty walking up and down the stairs; Week Two was marked by a sense of grim determination. As we close the chapter of Week Three,...» Read More!
The world turns, November chugs on, and equestrians everywhere are adjusting to life without their stirrups (at least for this month). But where last week’s social media roundup included overtones of nerves, resignation and even...» Read More!
Ah, November — where equestrians everywhere hide their stirrups and grit their teeth and work hard to get stronger, hearing George Morris chanting in their heads and feeling the burn of 10,000 leg days every...» Read More!
This post originally appeared on EN’s sister site, Horse Nation. We’re one week into No-Stirrup November — and everyone knows that the first week is the hardest. How are those legs feeling? (Sorry. You don’t...» Read More!
Well, I can’t say I’m necessarily excited that it’s No Stirrup November. I mean, I look forward to having new opportunities to improve myself, but there just isn’t a whole lot that’s fun about this...» Read More!