Even Equestrians Need to Put Themselves First Sometimes

BY JAMIE SKUBAL  Dedicated equestrian, there’s a chance you’re reading this in the bathroom or in-between meetings at the job you have to pay for your horse. If I...

What My Terminally Ill Dog is Trying to Teach Me About Riding and Life

BY LAUREN MAULDIN It's no secret that equestrians are driven individuals. Whether we're bound to a strict show schedule or training at home for personal goals, we keep our...

Deaf Is Not a Definition: Riders Who Don’t Allow Hearing Loss to Define Them

By TPH Intern Irene Elise Powlick Hearing loss and deafness can often be debilitating in the professional world, and procedures such as cochlear implantation do not always work....

Tips on How to Combine Horse Riding Lessons & College Studies

Enrolling into a college is a big step, which is never simple. Being a college student is much different from being a high schooler. It implies a higher academic load and a...

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Horse Racing Betting Preview and Tips

Horse racing is no longer a preserve of an exclusive community in the UK or North America. The sport has gained popularity throughout the world because punters can use a sport betting app and...

EqRight: A tiny trainer clipped right to your helmet

BY ALLIE CARLSON My trainer always says you teach what you have struggled with. When I help others out at shows, I find myself focused on eyes and posture....

Emotional Stress: Responding Instead of Reacting

By Cathy Penrod Emotional stress involves how well our needs and desires are being met by what we’re doing, how excited and enthusiastic we are about doing it,...

Organizers fear loosing Cheltenham Festival more than a coronavirus outbreak

Perhaps it sounds somewhat morbid, but among Cheltenham Festival betting offers bookmakers are already slashing odds on the four-day meeting being cancelled. Because of coronavirus fears, quite obviously. Punters are being offered...

Online Gambling Market sees Incredible Growth

Over the last few years the United States has seen exponential growth in the iGaming industry. While America hasn’t been as quick to accept the idea of online gambling as other parts...

Feeding for Stallion Fertility

By Dr. Heather Beach Proper feeding and nutrition is a key component for all performance horses and the same is true for breeding animals. Optimizing nutrition and body...

The Etiquette of Cheering: Or, is he whooping or having a seizure?

BY WINSOME WHOOPER Look, I am a whooper. I come from a long line of whoopers. My mother can whoop with the best of them, my sister has a...

Hyperion Stud: A Complete Approach to Sport Horses

By Rennie Dyball Vicky Castegren considers herself a matchmaker in the world of sport horse breeding. Anytime a prospective client calls or emails her breeding operation, Hyperion Stud, she...

TPH Review: ChuckUms Wraps

BY JESS CLAWSON I live in my barn—literally—and manage the six horses who live in it with me. It’s a great life, but comes with a lot of responsibility....

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: A Look Into a Dynamic Mother-Daughter Duo

By Jess Clawson Those of us who grew up riding alongside our parents know what a special privilege it is to be brought into the horse world at a...

Laura Hite: The Amateur Winning in the Grand Prix Jumpers

BY JESS CLAWSON Laura Hite has not spent her entire life planning to ride in the Grand Prix ring. Like many amateurs, she grew up riding in hunters and...

Less Risk, More Reward: Get the Most Out of Your Next Lease

By Armand Leone Leasing is an attractive alternative to buying or selling a horse for many riders and owners because it is able to accommodate a wide range of...

On the Road to the World Show: The negative self doubt of competitive thinking.

BY JAMIE SKUBAL Once I decided to officially start my journey to get to the World Show, I decided to pull Cruz out of the last few hunter/jumper shows...

Sloan Elmassian Forges Her Own Path

BY JESS CLAWSON In most professional sports, the way from high school to college to the pros is clear. It’s a rare phenomenon to skip a step. But in...

Fit to Ride: Strength Training

By Kim Harries Whether you prefer to workout in the gym, at home, or one-on-one with a trainer, the benefits of strength training can be experienced in the saddle...

PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Mileage

By TPH Publisher Piper Klemm, PHD When we talk about mileage in cars, it’s usually a negative: “How many more horse shows do the station wagons have left in...

Equestrian Furniture for People That REALLY Love Horses

Many of us have equestrian accents throughout our home, and we've featured high class, modern equestrian interior design on the blog before. But what about statement pieces? What about a piece of...