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Ride Report: Do More With Less

Without a specific show goal for the year, my ride times have undergone a transformation. I have the time to experiment with equipment and routines. I’m finding that stripping things down to the basics allows Elf and I to do more with less. Last weekend, I made the decision to body clip Elf. We’re starting […]

When should I clip my horse?

Should I clip my horse? Clipping, full shag or something in between – what’s the best option for you & your horse? And how do you know? Feed. Leg protection. Bits. Blankets. Should I clip my horse? All topics guaranteed to start a popcorn-needing drama fest on equestrian forums all over the internet. At times, […]

A little snark in your fitness

New Year’s Resolution season can be a little overly positive for me. Getting fit is hard, eating right is hard – and sometimes I need a little snark to ease the fitness pain. My go-to girl? E.J. over at The Snarky Fit Project! Hands down, my favorite part of my work is the awesome people […]

Ride Report: The Benefit of Not Having a Goal

Winter weather and the transition of moving added up to a winter of very little riding, but there was a benefit in not having a goal.  I feel like the ongoing theme of my riding in 2016 was the lack of goal. Breaking my finger, coming down with pneumonia, work, moving and more. I reminded […]

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Fit2Ride

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  • Without a specific show goal for the year, my ride times have undergone a transformation. I have the time to experiment with equipment and routines. I’m finding that stripping things down to the basics allows Elf and I to do more with less. Last weekend, I made the decision to body clip Elf. We’re starting… [Continue Reading]

    Ride Report: Do More With Less
  • Should I clip my horse? Clipping, full shag or something in between – what’s the best option for you & your horse? And how do you know? Feed. Leg protection. Bits. Blankets. Should I clip my horse? All topics guaranteed to start a popcorn-needing drama fest on equestrian forums all over the internet. At times,… [Continue Reading]

    When should I clip my horse?
  • New Year’s Resolution season can be a little overly positive for me. Getting fit is hard, eating right is hard – and sometimes I need a little snark to ease the fitness pain. My go-to girl? E.J. over at The Snarky Fit Project! Hands down, my favorite part of my work is the awesome people… [Continue Reading]

    A little snark in your fitness
  • Winter weather and the transition of moving added up to a winter of very little riding, but there was a benefit in not having a goal.  I feel like the ongoing theme of my riding in 2016 was the lack of goal. Breaking my finger, coming down with pneumonia, work, moving and more. I reminded… [Continue Reading]

    Ride Report: The Benefit of Not Having a Goal
  • At a time of year traditionally associated with looking forward and life changes, I’m choosing to simply focus on the things that matter most.  I have mixed feelings about January. On the one hand, brand new planners and calendars make my school supply loving heart happy. All the seasonal decor comes down leaving my home… [Continue Reading]

    Hello 2017