Photo taken by me as I enjoy a few moments of peace with my Syd. It’s been a rough year for eventers. Hurricanes, both horse and rider fatalities, fires … Heck, it’s been a rough...» Read More!
I just got back from the barn. My hands smell like they petted sweat, soaked in leather conditioner and then air-dried with a sprinkling of dust and I don’t want to wash them because they...» Read More!
It’s not always my fault. I must keep reminding myself of this fact. Those of us with a steadfast, tried and true, never take a wrong step (or jump) partner tend to take for granted...» Read More!
As Thanksgiving and the holiday season are finally upon us, I can’t help but to reflect on how quickly 2017 has blown by, who has been there throughout, and what a whirlwind 2017 has been....» Read More!
This post was originally published on Emma’s blog, OTTBs and Oxers. With all of the back and forth on safety in eventing after the euthanization of Boyd Martin’s Crackerjack at Les Etoiles de Pau, Doug Payne’s...» Read More!
My name is Lyndsey and I am from Ohio. In the last three years I have been competing my “been there done that” WB/TB mare at the Novice level. I work at a local area...» Read More!
When I saw my pictures from cross country at Jump Start in September, I knew I had to buy them. There was a series of shots of Red and me approaching and going through the...» Read More!
Eventing is HARD. Don’t let anyone tell you different. After the glow of the big win at Waredaca, I entered the very last Area II event of the season at Full Moon Farm. This is...» Read More!
We all know that certain horses are special — they have more heart, more personality, and more goodness than the average beast. Silly Wabbitt, AKA Rocky the one-eyed wonder horse, is one such special horse....» Read More!
As we enter this year’s holiday movie season, there’s one new release that caught my attention. The comedy A Bad Mom’s Christmas in particular got me thinking: are there Bad Horse Moms and am I...» Read More!
This article is brought to you by Athletux Equine. For more Athletux articles, please click here. Throughout my career, I’ve always been in pursuit of a goal. Goals such as completing my first CCI4* (check), starting my...» Read More!
The barn is our sanctuary, our happy place, and our horses are our best friends and therapists. No matter how stressed we’ve been at work or in our personal lives, we all know the peace...» Read More!
Some roads are straight and wide, with perfect yellow lines, gorgeous shady trees and passing zones for miles. Someday I’d like to see one of those roads. I tend to find myself traveling on the...» Read More!
I hate change. Change is scary. Our brain literally thinks we are going to die if we step outside our comfort zone so it pitches a massive fit anytime we try to. This is useful...» Read More!
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!
Emma Young is a 16-year-old avid eventer and foxhunter in Ohio. Thanks for sharing, Emma! Something little. That is the reasoning, the solid proof behind every big thing. A dream to climb the levels in...» Read More!
For the past 40 days over at EN’s Blogger’s Row we’ve been following the adventures of Julie Maner, mom to Prelim eventer Emily who decided to attempt an event herself riding Emily’s old horse Romeo....» Read More!
There are moments in eventing that makes it all worthwhile. Where the stars align, the clouds part, and something amazing happens. After the early mornings and late nights, the hot summers and frigid winters, when you...» Read More!
As you might have read in my previous articles or followed on my Instagram (@tinitinyeventing !), I have been wanting to go to the Young Rider Championships for a long time. Like five years. It’s...» Read More!
Yes, there is an eventing hangover. You get it from being on social media too much, watching your videos from friends over and over again, and re-riding your cross country course in your head driving...» Read More!
It’s a battle. There’s this feeling in your core that pulls you like a heavy magnet towards them. The sharp points of their ears; the warm breath of their exhale; the lace-like dew on their...» Read More!
While my clinic experience with the legendary George Morris hadn’t quite gone according to plan thus far, I woke up on day two bound and determined to redeem myself. That is, until I got out...» Read More!
Why can’t horses be like dogs in regard to their diet? It would be nice if we could just throw them some dried kibble twice a day that we bought at Walmart and call it...» Read More!