The Living Quarters Horse Trailer Unicorn

BY GORDON BALLANTYNE ISO 3 horse LQ, 8’ wide with mangers or 7’ wide without. 8’ tall. 8’ or 10’ short wall living quarters. No toilet in the shower. 2012 or newer. Slides preferred, no...

Sustainable Horse Careers: Equine Photography

BY JESSIE LOCHRIE  Careers in the horse world are known for long hours, low pay, and a high rate of burnout — so how do the professionals we admire manage their careers in a sustainable...

Over 50 Horse Cookies & Cupcakes to Delight Any Equestrian

Fancy horse treats are all the rage these days with super creative equestrian bakers giving nothing but the best for their horse, but what about the humans? These amazing cookies, cupcakes and sweets will...

Equestrian Christmas Trees for Horse Lovers

Equestrians typically have horses on the mind even when we're not at the barn, and that's often true for our holiday decorating! Whether you have a tree full of sentimental ornaments from horses past...

Horse BnB: Putting Equestrian Accommodations on the Map

BY CATIE STASZAK Whoever said life with horses was glamorous never took their horse with them on a road trip. Laura Baker learned the realities of traveling with equines firsthand while shipping her horses across Canada...

All About Tummy Gummies

Equine Elixirs created the first equine antacid gummies—how can they help your horse? Curious about Tummy Gummies, the first equine antacid created by Equine Elixirs? We’ve got the answers to your questions here.   The Gastric...

Feeding Thousands of Horses As Owners Lose Jobs

BY PENNY LOEB Every morning, Elaine Nash wakes up in her home overlooking Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre and begins the never-ending search for funds to feed thousands upon thousands of horses. Nash founded the nonprofit Fleet...

The Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation: Benefiting the Health of ALL Horses

By Erin Gibbs  I purchased Norsk out of a herd of low-level racehorses—2-, 3-, and 4-year-olds—who didn’t make the cut as winners. He was one of the few in the field without “racing jewelry” on his...

What’s The Science Behind Human-Animal Interaction?

BY TYLER BUI Dr. Megan K. Mueller is the Co-Director of the Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction. She leads the Tufts Pet and Well-Being Lab. Mueller has been in the saddle for as long as...

Ejiao: The Illegal Trade That’s Bringing Donkeys To The Brink Of Extinction

If not stopped, donkeys could be extinct within the next 15 years. What can people in the United States do to help? BY JENNIFER FINCH In some areas of the world, working equines are the foundation...

Starting an LLC- How to Start an LLC | What is LLC

As humanity entered the modernization period from the early period, the population of humans grew up rapidly. It became a very important task to provide them with all the lively resources; that is the...

Mama in the Making: The Top Four Traits of a Successful Broodmare

By Kara Pinato Scro and Tori Bilas/Jump Media When it comes to breeding horses, there isn’t one rule of thumb or a magic bullet that can guarantee successful offspring, but having a solid and reputable...

Camp Hobbit Hill: The Riding Camp of Your Dreams

By TPH Staff A sleep away camp with horses, art, leadership building activities, and all sorts of adventures might sound like it’s straight out of Show Strides or The Saddle Club, but the founders of...

9 Ideas for DIY Horse Ornaments for Your Holiday Tree

Cold, wintery days don't always make for great riding weather. But sometimes a bad barn day can make for a great crafting day warm at home. If you're looking for some easy, equestrian details...

America Cryo: Next Level Equine Therapy

BY TYLER BUI Injury prevention, recovery, and rehabilitation are crucial to the health and performance of show horses. As a professional Grand Prix rider, Florian Moreno found himself looking for the right support to help...

Whitethorne LLC: How This Women-Led Business Is Creating Opportunities for Others   

By Tyler Bui In this sport, education and opportunity are invaluable—and Whitethorne LLC strives to contribute their share of each for the industry.  Led by Georgy Maskrey-Segesman, Whitethorne LLC develops top Grand Prix and jumper mounts,...

The Fight for Wild and Endangered Mustangs

Mustangs are a beautiful and vital component of American history and should be protected at all costs. For many years, these majestic animals have represented freedom and wild spirit throughout the country. They have...

Hero Bean Stevenson: A Deep Love for Horses—and a Desire to Improve Mental Wellness...

The mental health podcast host and therapist-in-training shares her story and her hopes for the horse world at large. BY HERO BEAN STEVENSON Candid conversations about mental health are on the rise. Simone Biles made headlines...

The Delinquent Client: A Potential Problem for All Involved in Equine Sport

By Armand Leone & Jessica Choper What’s The Stableman’s Lien? A state law that allows a stable owner to keep possession of a horse whose owner has not paid for boarding and other services...

Amira Chichakly and Bustin Scones Show Girl Power in New York Racing

BY LAURIE SCOTT In a world dominated by men and the colts they train, Amira Chichakly is making a name for herself.  Her brand new training stable has already hit the board a number of...

Making ‘Strides’ Toward a More Technological Equestrian Community: STRIDER

Technology does have a place in the equestrian industry, and Strider has set out to bring the industry forward—in a user friendly manner.

Get to Know the Equine Mastery Education System

 ‘‘With the Right Horsemanship Tools, Our Industry Could Be Revolutionized’’ By Annie Birmingham Raegan Comeaux has trained riders from their first lessons all the way to the Indoor finals, but began to notice a growing trend...