March 2021 Spring is just around the corner. For many of us, it cannot get here soon enough. MONTHS of rain have left my property a massive mud pit. On my way to the FHA 100 my trailer sank in my drive as I was trying to pull out. What a mess. On a...Read More
Great article for all trail enthusiasts, know the trail and prepare your horse! In urban equestrian areas, off-leash dogs and baby buggies are often as common as horses. These unfamiliar, fast-moving, and loud objects can frighten horses. A few strategies can help prepare your horse for these contemporary trail obstacles and increase safety. Click here...Read More
**If you are participating in our Introductory Distance Ride Program or Volunteer Program and you do not see your name listed, please contact the Ride Manager, their information is provided on the ride results link below. It is the Ride Managers responsibility to report all IDR participants and volunteers to us with the ride results.**...Read More
From the beginning of my Presidency I have enjoyed penning the monthly newsletter. There was always something to share whether it was ride recaps, educational updates or general information. This year I have been a bit off on the newsletter writing. Sadly, there wasn’t much to write about and I find I am running out...Read More
It is starting to feel a lot like ride season! Our calendar runs June-May but it is too hot for me until late September/October before I get in the spirit of competing. Time to get my trailer prepped, the ponies tuned up and double check all my equipment to make sure all is in good...Read More
In a perfect world, our horses would always be well hydrated. Keeping your horse hydrated is an important part of keeping your horse healthy at home and on the trail. Traveling with horses can start them down the trail to dehydration. Many horses don’t drink or don’t drink enough while they are on the trailer....Read More
With a national spirit of courage, integrity, sacrifice and liberty, we celebrate the power of pride, courage and faith that we all share as we continue to move forward into what many have quipped as “the new normal”. Together we can make a difference. Together we will remain strong. Together we will stand...Read More
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