Welcome, friends! You may remember me if you followed my first blog here on EquiSearch, “The Campus Equestrian.” My time to graduate college has come and passed this spring, so I began to brainstorm new ideas of how to bring fresh, useful, and interesting content to you. I hope you will be pleased with what […]
Something about being female — and most especially a female rider — sets up a different kind of self-scrutiny than whatever gets loaded into the male circuit board that allows plus-sized cowboys to hop onto quarter horses to cut, rope, rein their way to championship runs without even so much as a second thought about […]
I have been on the hunt for a pair of denim breeches ever since I bought the horrible so called denim breeches online way back in February. And I saw the Piper denim breeches and thought maybe these would be good to try. I don’t think I wrote about it here, or told you about […]
I am not sure if you are like me, but during the summer, I am way to busy to even think about cleaning my horse brushes. There is so much to do, horses need to be worked, videos need to be made and a garden needs to be tended to. But when the days start […]
I am really getting into these masterclasses presented by Noelle Floyd. And I really enjoyed the first masterclass with Tik Maynard. The one big takeaway I learned was being the best at even the smallest things. ‘The Olympics of everything’ is what he says. And with this second Masterclass, I had a couple of my […]
Believe it or not, you can accomplish a lot with your horse by simply walking. And this applies to leading him around, as well as being up in the saddle. Walking can improve ground manners, your physical health (as well as your horse) and also build trust for the both of you. And if you […]