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Get The Most Out Of Your Riding Lesson

Published by • Oct 24th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Riding Advice

by Michelle | When you go for a riding lesson, you always want to make sure that you get the most out of it. Though many of us are lucky enough to have our own horse and endless riding time and lessons, a lot of us (including me) can only ride once or twice a week. These types of people still want to improve, but it is obviously harder. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of you lesson…

Girls and Horses

Published by • Oct 11th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Girls

by Carolina Cowgirl | I know you. You’re horse crazy and proud of it. Horses fill your head and heart in every way, but why? Why do we love horses so much? What is it with girls and horses?

Face the Composer, Not the Music!

Published by • Oct 9th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice, Riding Advice

by DianaLUV♥ | Is your fave horse always spooking at all the cars every time you go out on the roads? Is he always refusing at the same fence every time you ride at it? Is he always running away with you whenever you sit in the saddle? Is he always playing around and ignoring your aids? Well think of it this way, maybe it’s you and not the horse…

Prevent Accidents Before They Happen

Published by • May 21st, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by Horsey at Heart | Being around horses is the best pastime in the world, as many of you know. But even though horses are the gentlest animals in the world, they can still be unpredictable at times. These are a few of the accidents that can happen. Keep yourself and your horse safe by taking some of these precautions…

The Lipizzaner Horse

Published by • May 15th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, International Horse

by Rochlia | The Lipizzaner is a beautiful horse with a silky mane and a gentle disposition. The breed of the Lipizzaner horse began at a farm in Kladrub, Austria, when the emperor of Austria started breeding them. He bred them mainly for battle, but ten years later he also started a riding school called the Spanish Riding School…

The Perfect Horse For Me

Published by • May 14th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by Eastern Cowgirl | Some girls here at GHC are looking for the perfect horse. Well, that horse is out there. Sometimes, they’re just a little hard to find. Here are some questions you need to ask yourself before buying your special horse…

10 Ways to Keep Horse Dreams Alive

Published by • May 12th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers

by Horsey at Heart | There is a common misconception that girls begin to lose interest in horses just after twelve, which just might be true. When you hit teenage years, you begin to face a lot of new problems and dilemmas that just weren’t apparent before, and if you don’t hold on tight, you might find your attention to horses washing away in a flood of emotions. But don’t despair…

REVIEW: Canterwood Crest

Published by • May 6th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing, Guest Bloggers, Previews & Reviews

Reviewed by I’maCowgirl | As many of you may know, a few months ago GHC had an Interactive View with author Jessica Burkhart on her series Canterwood Crest. I must admit I was a bit skeptical at first because most of the other horse-related books I’ve read proved to be rather disappointing…

it’s okay

Published by • Apr 28th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Poetry

by Ginger
my tears blur the porch lights,
it’s like i can’t see anymore…

Letter on Horse Shy

Published by • Apr 26th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing, Guest Bloggers

by My Horse and Me | I wrote this letter to Bonnie Bryant the author of Horse Shy (Saddle Club #2). I entered this letter into a writing competition. Even though I didn’t win, I was chosen a semi-finalist out of 50,000 kids. I wanted to share this letter with you…