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How to try a horse? This is completely hilarious AND true!

22 July 2014 • Blogs, Featured, VideosComments Off

Evention’s “how to try a horse” is truly a gem!


Just Hit Him – Say Again? Horse Abuse

18 July 2014 • Blogs, FeaturedComments Off

by Missy Wryn Junior was a 2 ½ year old Thoroughbred gelding whose owner was struggling with aggressive and sometimes violent behavior. The boarding facility Junior lived in was ideal for training with a large indoor arena and a paddock that allowed him to


READ chapter 1 of Scandals, Rumors, Lies from Canterwood Crest by Jessica Burkhart NOW!

17 July 2014 • Blogs, Celebrities, FeaturedComments Off

BUY Scandals, Rumors, Lies from Canterwood Crest by Jessica Burkhart NOW! DECISIONS, DECISIONS One box to go. I kneeled in front of a cardboard box that I’d shoved in the corner of Brit’s—well, our—room. It was the only box left to open after I’d


Jon Ensign with how to catch a horse

15 July 2014 • Blogs, Featured, VideosComments Off

A great video from our friends at Spalding Labs! If you have to start trying to catch your horse hours before you ride this video is a must. Jon Ensign starts with being organized with your halter and rope before you even approach the horse so there is less


Do you have mad dressage skills? Watch and find out >>

14 July 2014 • Blogs, Featured, VideosComments Off

OK. So this is freaking funny! Even the real dressage peeps have to put aside their differences with the eventing “dressage” folks to share in this fun. The scores, apparel, and style of riding differs but the sentiment is all the same as is the


Claimed the first book in the Hunter’s Moon Series by P. J. O’Dwyer

10 July 2014 • BlogsComments Off

Buy your copy of Claimed now on Amazon for only 99 cents!   One girl. Two horses. And a past itching to catch up. . . . Fourteen-year-old, Colorado juvenile delinquent Mackenzie Lynn Stonebreaker doesn’t do horses. But the volunteer gig at Hunter’s


Salts of the Earth by Tigger Montague

9 July 2014 • Blogs, NewsComments Off

by Tigger Montague alt is a vitally important element for horses. It consists of the electrolyte minerals sodium and chloride. These two minerals play critical roles in fluid balance and the pH of all cells. All salt originated as sea salt. Even salt that is


Put the horse in front of your leg

8 July 2014 • Blogs, FeaturedComments Off

by Sarah Warne for Eurodressage We have all heard the term “put the horse in front of your leg,” and while it may sounds simple, it is very difficult to achieve correctly. Unfortunately, it does not mean hopping off and shifting the saddle back, if only


Hit the nail on the head OR How to select a farrier

7 July 2014 • Blogs, FeaturedComments Off

by Lindsay Lancaster Horse folks know the saying “No hoof, no horse” all too well. To select the right farrier to entrust with a horse’s feet, horse owners must know what to look for. Here are a few tips from a farrier and a veterinarian with many years


Happy 4th of July

4 July 2014 • Blogs, FeaturedComments Off

To all the American HorseGirlTVers out there, Happy 4th of July! Have a safe and happy holiday!


Don’t forget your 4th of July flag!!!

1 July 2014 • Blogs, FeaturedComments Off

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Cancer, Heart Disease & Diabetes run in families. Do you know what else runs in families?… Recipes!

30 June 2014 • Blogs, FeaturedComments Off

When a person makes the decision to take control of their health, one of the things they quickly learn is that they probably need to make some significant changes to how they eat. This, more than anything, seems to be the most overwhelming part of a wellness


READ Chapter One of Red Rock Ranch, Book 1, Lucky’s Chance NOW!

25 June 2014 • BlogsComments Off

BUY Lucy’s Chance (Red Rock Ranch) NOW! It was four minutes past noon and I was chasing a two hundred pound steer down the barn aisle. At three minutes past the hour I had my butt planted on the long wooden bench in the tack room and was halfway through


How do you get prepared for entertaining at horse shows and this coming 4th of July?

23 June 2014 • Blogs, FeaturedComments Off

This is easy!.. Get a simple, portable grill AND the grill utensils! Pack these in your horse trailer, email your horse show friends and ask each of them to bring a side dish, dessert, or beverage and that you’ll bring the cook top, plates, cups, and