America was born thanks to small businesses, and they continue to be the lifeblood of the American economy. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy, small businesses account for 44 percent of U.S. economic activity. That's why #SmallBusinessSaturday is so important. It encourages holiday shoppers to turn their attention from big deals … Continue reading Supporting Small Business Means the World to Many
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Indiana Thoroughbred AllianceMartinsville, Indianahttp://www.indianatb.org/ Free Pedigree Seminar Presented by Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance The Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance (ITA), a newly founded group dedicated to helping educate, inspire and support those interested in the Indiana horse racing industry, is proud to announce their first educational event. On Saturday, December 5, the ITA will present … Continue reading NEWS: Free Pedigree Seminar Presented by Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance
Athletes build the muscles they need in the gym, lifting weights and stretching to gain strength to perform at their best. The same goes for equestrians, but sometimes their workouts can only be done in the saddle. Oftentimes we see equitation on the flat patterns that require riders to ride in two-point and drop their … Continue reading No Irons November – All Year Long
Award-winning writer and editor Megan Arszman is proud to announce the expansion of her services via her independent communications company, MA Communications. On top of her ability to write attention-grabbing features, demystifying how-tos, and adrenaline pumping event coverage articles, she is also offering her experience as a marketing and communications expert to brands and businesses … Continue reading Award-Winning Writer Megan Arszman Expands Services
Jen Robertson has been riding horses all her life. A well-versed equestrienne from riding Arabians and Quarter Horses to now competing and training in hunter/jumpers, she can barely recall a day without riding. She and her husband, Brody Robertson, manage their farm, Altamonte Show Stable, in Ocala, Florida. Brody is an accomplished third generation Grand … Continue reading Helmets Help You Walk Away
In an age of maybe too much information floating around the Internet, it can be overwhelming for a business owner to know what to include in their website materials and social media campaign. Because they do not put out a publication or even an electronic newsletter, an owner might not think they need content on … Continue reading The Importance of Content for Promotion
Runhappy's first foals were born in Indiana in 2019, with hopes of more to come.
The barn is a sanctuary; a place where you can run away from the stress of the day and escape in an odor of leather, horse sweat and shavings. But, the effects of the current COVID-19 pandemic have so many layers, from the government to small businesses to your local boarding barn. For most, that … Continue reading Maintaining a Boarding Barn Business Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
All it took was one post on Facebook from one of my good friends from college, and I knew I had to tell this story. In December and January, our news reels were full of images from the bushfires in Australia and the thousands of animals fleeing to survive. We were buried with cries to … Continue reading Surviving Downunder: The Drought in Australia
A little #FlashbackFriday for you... I wrote this piece for the August 15, 2016, issue of the Quarter Horse News, and while it's geared towards cutters, reiners and working cow horse riders, I feel like this could be a beneficial read for anyone who looks at clinics to improve something in their lives. For example, … Continue reading Questions Answered: Is a Clinic Right For You?