HorseHack's Equestrian Blogger Contest

HorseHack’s Equestrian Blogger Contest

I’ve come to the realization that this world of equestrian bloggers is bigger than I ever thought! I religiously follow a few of them, such as Rocking E Cowgirl, She Moved to Texas, Hand Gallop, and the $900 Facebook Pony, but I would really like to get to know more of my fellow bloggers out there! In honor of that, I want to host the first ever HorseHack’s Equestrian Blogger Contest. Continue reading “HorseHack’s Equestrian Blogger Contest”

When You Realize Your "Cowardly" Horse Is Actually Super Brave

When You Realize Your “Cowardly” Horse Is Actually Super Brave

Reef and I have a horse show this weekend…dun dun DUN! It’s just a small CT schooling show, but as we all know, we’re cross country beasts but show jumping freaks. In a bad way. Or so I thought. Because this week, I realized that my “cowardly” horse is actually super brave. Continue reading “When You Realize Your “Cowardly” Horse Is Actually Super Brave”

The Day I Was Bit by the Horse Bug...

The Day I Was Bit by the Horse Bug…

Ok so I don’t remember the exact day, but a recent trip to see a childhood friend of mine reminded me of how it all started. And I’m sure more horse people have a similar story.

Some of us are born into a horse family, some of us go to school with horse kids, and some of us just happen upon it. In my case, there were a couple of factors: a best friend who loved them and a camp my family would visit with horses on the property. And just like every equestrian, once I was bit, there was no cure (much to my parent’s demise). Continue reading “The Day I Was Bit by the Horse Bug…”

How to Survive Being an Equestrian, a Full Time Student, a Part Time Worker, and a Social Friend

I’m a grad student, a worker, a blogger, and an equestrian who owns a horse that lives an hour away. On top of this I try to maintain a decent social and family life while avoiding a mental implosion. Needless to say I’m a busy person but I have my ways of coping with it. Here’s how to survive being an equestrian, a full time student, a part time worker, and a social friend with minimal breakdowns: Continue reading “How to Survive Being an Equestrian, a Full Time Student, a Part Time Worker, and a Social Friend”