Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Old Mare – Will She Remember?

Rusty & I 2002 By Missy Wryn, Gentle Horse Trainer After ten years without a horse I finally had the property and the means for a horse to live with me instead of boarding.  I had bought the “dump on the block” with 4 acres for which my...
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Hope 4 Horses

Christopher on Parker 2016What a tremendous opportunity I had!  I was accepted into the Adult Dressage Clinic series hosted by the Valley Oaks Chapter of the California Dressage Society.  Our first clinic weekend was May 21 and 22, and our Clinician was Janet Foy.  Janet Foy...
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Riding with the TrailMeister: Highline – A Recipe for Success

Version 2 By: Robert Eversole If you’re an experienced horse camper, or want to be an experienced horse camper, you’ve most likely either used or have heard of the “highline.” Done well, a highline is an exceptionally useful, low-impact, method for keeping our furry four legged toddlers out...
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Empty the Glass While You’re in the Arena

DSCN4082By Steve Bauhr  This summer for me is all about riding outside the arena.  Between our Horseback Getaways and helping a good friend with his summer riding projects, there has not been much time to work in the arena. If we visualize our time in the arena...
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