A Run-Down on IDA Shows

Hi everyone! Dressage team competing members at the first show of the semester The season of finals is upon us (for those of you also in school), and I admit I am ready for a break. It...

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EquiSearch Holiday Gift Guide 2015

The 2015 holiday shopping season is upon us! To help, our team at EquiSearch has rounded up 12 fresh gift ideas for the special horse lovers on your list. Hand-Dyed Ombré Cotton Lead...

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Bodybuilding and Riding?

Being a fit rider is important for both yourself and your horse, and any form for exercise can help make you a better rider.

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Fall Favorites for Equestrians

Hello everyone! Check out my full video on Youtube! It is *finally* consistently chilly out here in PA, and brisk weather is my absolute favorite to ride in. Especially when the horses...

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When you Lose a Horse...

Hey everyone, Credit: Kimberly Tucker Photography Senior portraits with Calais I haven’t forgotten about my promised “fall favorites for equestrians” post (coming up...

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Selling and Importing Mares vs. Geldings

Are Mares Harder to Import and Sell than Geldings?

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Transitioning to College Life

Hi Everyone! Credit: Culling Innovations Photography Calais and I the summer before my freshman year of college. I’ve gone back and forth quite a bit about what to talk about in...

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Welcome to College

In this new blog, Emma Miller will be talking about crossing the bridge from being a horse-crazy little girl to becoming an equine professional.

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Getting to Know Our Advertisers: Q&A with W.F. Young (Absorbine)

W.F. Young provides innovative health care products for horses and other animal companions from brands Absorbine Equine and Absorbine Pet. Here is what Marketing Communications/ Advertising Manager...

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Getting to Know Our Advertisers: Q&A with Kerrits Equestrian

Here is what Kerrits founder and owner Kerri Kent had to say about her company:

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Fear: A Necessary (But Manageable) Part of Riding

Sports psychologist Jenny Susser explains how to deal with fear as related to riding.

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Enjoying the Older Horse

Advancing in age is not generally honored or valued in our society and this attitude carries over to our perception of the older horse. In this article, I hope to dispel the notion that the older horse should be automatically retired or overlooked as a suitable candidate for purchase. Older horses can be rewarding to ride, care for and share one’s life with. They are frequently sounder, wiser, mor

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The Bitless Bridle Debate

The drive to allow bitless bridles in dressage picks up steam—and controversy.

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Share the Benefits of Horseback Riding

We all have our reasons for why we ride. There are concrete reasons and more abstract reasons for why we dedicate our time, our money and sometimes our lives to these beautiful animals. For the...

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The Roots of College Riding

Four organizations fill different needs but all strive to build bridges for students and make riding affordable: IHSA, NCEA, ANRC and IDA.

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