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Why does it have to be this way?

By Danielle Coleman A few events have led me to write this article, but I am just going to share the most influential event with you. I recently read a discussion on an online forum. The chat forum had a discussion started by someone regarding their naughty horse. This person was reaching out for help […]

Barefoot and Bridle-less

by Liz Mitten-Ryan I feel strongly about this topic as I have a herd of fourteen warmbloods that have lived without bits and shoes. They are as God made them, living on 320 acres, of meadows, hills and rocky terrain, enormous, well fed, 1500 pound animals who are joyous and free and in perfect health. […]

Tasks featured at the Agfest Challenge Tournament

The idea of this event is to have fun and complete as many of the challenges as you can in the allotted time. The total time is 30 minutes and each task successfully completed scores 5 points. You will be able to add 5 extra points for every additional part of a task marked with […]

Finding Challenges around Your Farm

Many properties will have natural obstacles that can develop your ground skills, and turn tasks into fun. Just be sure to asses them thoroughly for safety first by checking for sharp areas, things that could snag a rope or small spaces a horse could trap a hoof. Kristen and Snowy discovered many interesting things to play with […]

Giving Horses Choices – The beautiful Boronia

Yesterday at my Young Horse Day workshop I met a wonderful soul in Boronia, a young shire mare. I was asked to work with her because she wouldn’t be caught, especially in the paddock with the other horses. She would give up in the yard as she knew she was unable to get away, and […]

Lili convinces Zarb that floating is fun.

Lili convinces Zarb that floating is fun. Hi my name is Lili Foster and this is a story about floating Zarb ,my gray Arab, who was a problem float loader. I’ve had Zarb for 19 months. When I got him he would walk right on the float with no problem, but then we hired a […]

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