It’s no secret that springtime brings out the best in your horse. Warmer temperatures mean greener grass, extra time in the pasture, and ideal riding weather. However, the spring also brings out less appealing things, like flies and allergies. Instead of… Continue Reading →
As most owners of competitive sport horses know, prescription drug therapies, in conjunction with a quality diet and supplements, are a major factor in keeping our horses feeling and performing their best. While there are many prescription medications you might… Continue Reading →
Joe Fargis, double Olympic gold-medalist, came to The Horse Rescue this past November to give me a lesson. My husband, Christian, has told me over and over again that I have a “long eye.” This means that I leave just a little too much gap between the take-off and the jump. Sometimes this works in my favor, for example with a horse that has a slow front-end.