Horse Tales

The Pursuit of Artful Riding

December 9th, 2020 Admin The Pursuit of Artful Riding By Mark Russell Article Appearing in PRE Magazine Spring 2011 Artistry and lightness in riding is often an elusive goal for riders although paving the path to its development is really very simple. The integration of a few basic principles and adherence to them throughout the training process will create…

#1 Rider Problem of the Year: Riding in Tension

November 15th, 2020 Admin #1 Rider Problem of the Year: Riding in Tension Reprinted from Horse Listening, www.horselistening.com We see it all the time, and maybe we even do it all the time. This happens to beginner riders as well as the most advanced, and shows up in horses at every level. Sometimes it's unavoidable but it's always undesirable.…

Can You Tell Good Hay Just by Looking at it?

November 5th, 2020 Admin Can You Tell Good Hay Just by Looking at it? posted November 5, 2020 by Uckele Admin at Uckele.com Hay analysis is the only way to get nutritional details but appearance does yield some useful information.  Just the type of hay is a helpful start.  Legumes (clover, peanut, alfalfa) are always high protein and calcium.  Bermuda…

The Linda Tellington-Jones Story

June 14th, 2019 Admin The Linda Tellington-Jones Story For 30 years Linda Tellington-Jones' unique method of working with horses has fostered understanding to enhance horse-and-rider relationships around the world. BOBBIE LIEBERMAN JUN 14, 2019 (Reprinted from Equus magazine) Scottsdale, Ariz., was the setting in November 2006 for a tribute to one of the horse industry's most acclaimed ambassadors: Linda…