We acknowledge the research, dedication, and hard work of caring and passionate change-makers like our friend Alan Shank. In the spirit of sharing the message of better horse keeping and environmental stewardship, we would like to share some of the stories and resources we have found inspiring and useful lately.
Maddy Butcher, organizer of the Best Horse Practices Summit Alayne will be presenting at this fall, offers a compelling argument for why it’s important for the horse community to stay relevant in conversations about public land, lifestyle, sports, and healthy activities.
If you’re interested in spending more time on the trails with your horse, TrailMeister is an excellent resource for finding horse trails and camp sites.
Researchers are turning to trees to tell us more about the impact humans are having on our climate.
The 2018 Horse of the Year was Cobra, a 15-year-old mustang who went from being considered unadoptable to winning national titles in both Dressage and Western Dressage.
Practicing non-toxic pest control on your property may have the added benefit of introducing some new greens to your salad plate.
As we head into the hottest part of the summer, the risk of wildfire will increase. If you’re considering opening your facility to evacuated horses, here are some legal protections to consider. You will also want to be familiar with these biosecurity tips.
Instead of just throwing them out, here are 50 creative ideas for reusing old feed sacks around the barn.