Month: November 2013

Equestrian Coach

I’m sure many of you have heard of the website, Equestrian Coach. I have been seeing ads everyone and curiosity has gotten the better of me. “Equestrian Coach was created to make quality education accessible and affordable to every equestrian, regardless of their background, their level, or their geographic location. Our philosophy is this: seek out

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The Future Always Begins Today

As we approach four months from when Gus first coliced, he’s still not ready to jump. Yes, at this point he’s “healthy,” but he’s still skinny enough and lacks a topline so much that I don’t feel comfortable really jumping him. We’ve been taking things super slowly in putting his weight back on, as the

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It Takes a Village

I would like to take a moment to say thank you, to all of you. I don’t have a lot of money. My horse is not a Maclay Finals veteran. I can’t afford to show every weekend. My saddle was well used when I bought it. But, I do have something; something that is far

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