Welcome to My Blog~read about my experiences riding and working with horses~
Nine tips for the beginner horse person about how to choose their first horse and what not to do.
A story of where my life is taking me and my business.
My horse, Buttercup, and her new life in California.
A short summary of my experiences with my horse exercising business, winter of 2009/2010, and the challenges of juggling riding for clients and my first year at Oregon State University.
This article is all about exercise and how important it is to your horse’s health, well being, and length of life. It also talks about the telltale signs of an out of shape horse and how a hollow back is a very common problem. Proper exercise comes through the training of your horse.
This article is about two horses that I started riding in the summer of 2009 who were both overweight. It talks about the vitamins they were put on to counteract their odd loss of hair and the importance of giving your horse supplements to enhance quality of health, vitality, and amount of energy. The two horses also started getting grain to put more oils into their diet for their skin and coat.
This article is about why I started my business and what motivated me and talks about the first horse I started exercising, named Angel, who I sold after only a couple of weeks. Because it was such a good experience, I decided to advertise on Craig’s List my ability to exercise horses.