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Road Safety (for the driver) (part 1)

In urban centers a horse is not a common sight, either being rode or driven. Some larger cities have carriage rides but out of safety for the horse those rides tend to stay in parks or on smaller streets. If you venture out to the country it is possible to come across a rider out […]

Horse Trailers on the Road (part 2)

When you are driving around horse trailers you must be a responsible driver and take care. If you are in front of the trailer make sure to signal early if you are turning off the road, no distance is too far to start signalling. When stopping do not brake quickly, this means not following the […]

Horse Trailers on the Road (part 1)

Horses are great to own and ride on property but at times riders just want more! Some riders compete at shows across the country side sometimes across the province or even into the states. Other riders like to take advantage of the trails in other areas. This all means eventually a horse will have to […]

So You Want to Start Riding?

Which discipline you wish to start in is a good place to start. There are two main styles of riding, English and western. Within these disciplines are many, many more disciplines but for a beginner they do not matter. Once you or your child start riding and develop skills you will understand more of what […]

Protect Your Noggin!

Horseback riding is a dangerous sport. If you have ever taken lessons, competed in a show or even rented arena time in the winter you have most likely signed a liability waiver. Some riders have even been as diligent as to read the waiver. Scary, huh?

So You Want to Start Riding?

Choosing a barn or stable to send your child to, or even yourself, can seem like a daunting task, especially if you live on the outskirts of a big city where there seem to be hundreds of options! Breaking things down will help you choose somewhere safe, responsible, and enjoyable.
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