I just found out that I have been named a Finalist for the 2021 American Horse Publications Equine Media Awards, to be awarded in Fort Worth, Texas, this September.
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
Even after so many years in the equine media industry, I'm still humbled and flattered to be named as a Finalist for the American Horse Publications' Equine Media Awards. I believe this is the fourth or fifth year I have been named a Finalist as an individual member, and it never gets old. I entered … Continue reading Celebrating Equine Media as an AHP Finalist
The cold has certainly set in here in the Midwest. It's not even Christmas, and we're battling frozen conditions everywhere, which means not much action happening outside. Perfect timing, considering my FitRider column for Horse Illustrated's November issue was about how to battle the winter doldrums and the urge to hibernate, thanks to help from Andrea … Continue reading Fit Rider: Battling Hibernation
Last year I was so excited to be contacted by a magazine that I grew up reading and you see in newsstands everywhere to write a monthly column on fitness for riders. In January, Horse Illustrated debuted "Fit Rider" with my first article on alternative sports equestrian are participating in to get and stay in … Continue reading Fit Rider – Helping Equestrians Get in Shape