Editor’s Postcard: Eyes on the Ground are Essential for Riders

Eyes on the Ground
Carol (left) and Kim (right) have been riding together and helping each other for decades. Photo by Diana Inch.

Family or Friends with Big Hearts Can Fill this Role I recently judged a show in Chicago and noticed two competitors helping each other throughout the competition. One, a younger woman, was especially attentive to the other, older, woman. They called (read aloud) each other’s dressage tests, gave that last …

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What to Know About Adopting a Rescue Horse

Are you considering adopting a rescue horse? Many factors go into the “match-making” process. Check out this video featuring a prominent Colorado organization – you’ll learn what to expect for the adoption process, and some of the many deciding points involved: RELATED: The Ultimate Guide for Horses in Need – …

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Washington State Horse Becomes Breyer Horse

Sir Rugged Chex (known as Checkers) is headed to Kentucky for BreyerFest 2022! Checkers was given the honor of becoming the first mountain trail horse to be turned into a Breyer Model Horse in 2020. Due to COVID, BreyerFest went virtual that year, so special guests have been invited to attend this …

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Tips for Fuel Savings for Your Horse Trailer Towing Vehicle

A drop in your towing vehicle’s fuel economy can be a sign that your vehicle needs work. Photo from iStockPhotos.com

A great article from the ‘Back on the Road’ newsletter from our friends at US Rider. Everyone wants ways to save fuel, but horse trailer towing vehicles can consume a lot of gas. Here are some tips on ways to save fuel that will help you manage the cost of …

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