fbpx

Living with Horses – Horse People can Handle the Realities of the Equestrian Lifestyle

Photo by Kim Roe

We’re smack in the middle of winter with its driving rain, icy cold, and short days. As I’ve thought about writing this month’s editorial, with a focus on the equestrian lifestyle, it’s easy to find myself a wee bit sarcastic about the whole scene.   Each day I pull on …

Read MoreLiving with Horses – Horse People can Handle the Realities of the Equestrian Lifestyle

Raising Baby – Bringing Up a Young Horse Offers Exceptional Horse/Human Relationship

Gus as a foal. Photo by Julie Thornton.

Two years ago, I purchased a weanling colt I named Augustus. “Gus” is now two and a half and will soon begin his formal training. Honestly though, he’s been in training since he came to me as an 8-month-old colt. A Welsh Cob/Thoroughbred, he was bred by my friend Julie …

Read MoreRaising Baby – Bringing Up a Young Horse Offers Exceptional Horse/Human Relationship

Equestrian Lifestyle: Julia Bozzo and the Northwest Therapeutic Riding Center

Enriching the Lives of Many with a Love of Horses Interview by Kim Roe   Julia Bozzo of Bellingham, Washington has developed the Northwest Therapeutic Riding Center (NWTRC) from a dream to one of the most respected therapeutic riding centers in the nation. For 26 years, Bozzo has enriched the …

Read MoreEquestrian Lifestyle: Julia Bozzo and the Northwest Therapeutic Riding Center

August 2019 Cover Story: Northwest Metal Supply Goes Above and Beyond

Beautiful, Strong Structures and Making a Difference in the World By Kim Roe   Todd Stern, owner of Northwest Metal Supply knows the importance of a well-built barn. Raised in Western Montana on a cattle ranch, Stern has seen first-hand how severe weather and large animals can destroy many structures. …

Read MoreAugust 2019 Cover Story: Northwest Metal Supply Goes Above and Beyond

April 2019 Cover Story: Pacific Moon Equestrian Center

Trust, Teamwork, and Integrity Define Karen Moore’s Dressage and Boarding Program By Kim Roe with Karen Moore and Meghan Valenti   Twenty years ago, Karen Moore found horse heaven just outside of Arlington, Washington. She named it Pacific Moon. Tucked into the Cascade foothills, the 52-acre property offers a peaceful …

Read MoreApril 2019 Cover Story: Pacific Moon Equestrian Center

Join our eMail List!
Sign up now! Don't miss an update.