October 13, 2011

Talk to us About High Hay Prices

How are you coping with high hay prices? Riding Magazine wants your views for a story on this in the November issue. Let us know! E-mail our editor, Kim F. Miller, with your thoughts: kimfmiller1@mac.com

Report from the U.S. Dressage Training Camp for the 2011 Pan American Games

USEF Communications Department

Four team members and two substitutes have spent the last few days training at Hope Greenfield's Sixteen Hands Farm in New Jersey under the guidance of Technical Advisor Anne Gribbons. Keep reading ...

Riders Preparing for 2011 Inaugural North American League West Coast Finals

The 2011 North American League (NAL) Inaugural West Coast Year-End Finals are just under a month away. Competitors are anxiously awaiting the chance to make history by competing in these Finals, Nov. 2-6 at the Las Vegas National Horse Show in Las Vegas, NV. Keep reading ...

Back Country Horsemen of America's Website: Your One-Stop Spot for All Things "Back Country"

by Sarah Wynne Jackson

Ever wish there was one place to go for everything "back country"? Look no further than Back Country Horsemen of America's website, www.backcountryhorse.com. As the leading organization in saving trails for horse use, BCHA sees their website as a valuable tool for keeping equestrians up-to-date on today's right to ride issues as well as teaching newcomers how to safely and responsibly enjoy America's pristine country by horseback. Keep reading ...

Layer Smart for Cool Weather Rides with Kerrits' Stylish Geo Thermals

Any winter athlete can attest to the benefits of layering. And at Kerrits, they know that the first, next-to-skin baselayer is just as important as whatever goes on top. Their soft, stretchy Geo Thermals are constructed with a lightweight microfiber that draws moisture away from skin to keep you dry and comfortable. The stylish, flattering print hides dirt and camouflages figure flaws, so you can wear these thermals on their own with comfort and confidence. Keep reading ...

Denny Emerson, "One of the 50 Most Influential Horsemen of the 20th Century," Launches New Blog
Trafalgar Square Books is pleased to announce the launch of gold-medal-winning eventer and Tevis-Buckle-winning endurance rider Denny Emerson's new blog: http://howgoodridersgetgood.wordpress.com/. Based on the premise of his bestselling new book How Good Riders Get Good, Denny hopes that his blog will provide an online forum for riders from all disciplines—a place where riders, trainers, and coaches can meet, discuss, and square-off on hot topics, and a touchstone for progress in every part of life, with and without horses. Keep reading ...

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