No Irons November – All Year Long

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 Megan Arszman Expands Services

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

Maintaining a Boarding Barn Business Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

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

Judge’s Chair: Pre- and Post-Checks at the Arena

Anyone who's competed at an NRHA event can attest that the show management, judges and stewards take the rules seriously. Though procedures like pre- and post-checks, NRHA officials strive to keep every horse and rider legal and safe while they're competing. These checks at every reining show allow a carded equipment judge to check each … Continue reading Judge’s Chair: Pre- and Post-Checks at the Arena