Even at 31 Years Old Mia Still Improves
Mia is old. Mia is ancient. Mia has arthritis problems in her hocks. Mia has the most sensitive mouth of any horse I've ridden in the past 47 years.
I have been riding Mia for 8 years, accepting the fact that she will never, ever become completely sound. All this time I have been…Continue
Added by Jackie Cochran on November 25, 2017 at 3:21pm — No Comments
That bareback beach riding bucket list experience - a tender moment for the rider, yet perhaps differently “tender” for the horse.
In several recent studies researchers have confirmed the benefits of pressure -distribution thanks to saddle trees, making them a better option…Continue
Added by Lindsay Grice on November 25, 2017 at 10:45am — No Comments
Cash Flows and Net Income Comparison
The net cash flow was $613,000 while the net income was $161,150 for the year. The positive net cash flow represents the amount of money that the business received from its activities that include financing, operating, and investing. Some of this money is not directly in the form of profits but as loans, capital, and sale of inventories. On the other hand, the net profit refers to the extra money that the firm raises from its…Continue
Added by Andrea Harris on November 24, 2017 at 10:38am — No Comments
I'm asked this question at a few open shows per season. Currently most rule books do not permit bitless bridle.
At the Global Dressage Forum. Dr. Andrew McLean one of the panel experts “How you train the bitless bridle depends on the hands at the other end. I think you can have the horse light in…Continue
Added by Lindsay Grice on November 17, 2017 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Horse racing is the sports of running horses, driven by jockeys. Horse racing is one of the primitive sports which are continuing for centuries, and the most fantastic aspect of this game is that even today the basic concept of this sport has encountered almost no alteration. A crucial feature of horse racing is that the horse which reaches the destination first and foremost is declared the champion of the racing competition. …Continue
Added by Silvia Watson on November 16, 2017 at 12:45am — No Comments
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I Move My Grip Up an Inch or So
When I talked to Debbie before my lesson on Wednesday, I told her about my hip bursitis and that I would not be very ambitious, no “rider's push-ups”, limited 2-point and limited posting trot. I had been hobbling around all week and I did not want to do anything that would trigger my hip bursitis again! I asked to use the Equicube so I would work different…Continue
Added by Jackie Cochran on November 11, 2017 at 11:25am — No Comments
I applaud Melanie Ferrio-Wise not so much for going bridleless at the Washington Horse show, but for the systematic process she took to get there.
As a riding a teacher, I’m excited about process– understanding and enjoying the journey, not just the results. Teaching skills and cues to your horse,…Continue
Added by Lindsay Grice on November 10, 2017 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I Triggered My Hip Bursitis
Last week, when I rode two horses using my regular Prussian Sided stirrups with the Super-Comfort stirrup pads, I triggered my hip bursitis. My hips used to bother me many years ago until I bought my Back on Track boxer shorts and started wearing them every day, and last week was the first time in YEARS that my hips hurt, specifically my left hip joint, especially…Continue
Added by Jackie Cochran on November 4, 2017 at 11:58am — No Comments
Even with one refusal and two rails, which dropped them to 24th in the placings, Melanie Ferrio-Wise was delighted with her performance at the Washington International. She rode the course with a neck rope instead of a bridle!
She describes her horse as a tough horse unable to handle the stress of…Continue
Added by Lindsay Grice on November 3, 2017 at 2:30pm — No Comments