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Interactive View Winners!

Published by • Aug 14th, 2011 • Category: GHC News

THANK YOU to everyone who participated in the Interactive View. Angela had a wonderful time and said she was sad to leave such a delightful group of girls. We’ll miss her too, but don’t forget you can visit her anytime…



Announcing a Special Guest!

Published by • Jul 24th, 2011 • Category: GHC News

We’re in the heat of summer and things are about to heat up in our virtual barn! Starting August 8th we’re honored to host Canadian author Angela Dorsey for an interview where you ask the questions! Angela is a lifelong horse girl who has written more than twenty adventure novels with supernatural elements about girls and horses…



Synchronicity & Causality

Published by • Jul 2nd, 2011 • Category: LeadMare Tales

I’m the type who loves to ponder meaning, so when I saw a photo of me and my lesson horse, our strides in sync as we began warming up for a ride, it led me to ask this question: When a horse and human are riding (or walking) in sync, is it a result of unrelated actions occurring together by chance (synchronicity)? Or is it a result of cause and effect (causality)?



Equicise!

Published by • Jun 15th, 2011 • Category: LeadMare Tales

by LeadMare | I enjoy my coffee in the morning, but the fact is I don’t need artificial stimulation to get moving — I’m naturally caffeinated. If you’re a person with a lot of energy, you know that if you don’t release that energy in a healthy way, it’s no fun for you and the people around you…



Writing Non-Fiction

Published by • May 28th, 2011 • Category: LeadMare Tales

General submissions are open, and we hope to give our readers some great content to feed their love for horses! To help encourage more variety and originality, let’s talk about non-fiction. Non-fiction can be challenging and many authors struggle with how to make it original, particularly when writing something that incorporates fact and learning from other sources…



May 17th: Contest Voting + What’s Next

Published by • May 17th, 2011 • Category: GHC News

I hope you’re enjoying spring, and for those of you who are winding down the school year, I hope you’re not feeling too much stress. Remember: Full on summer will be here before we know it! I have some exciting plans for my summer, and would love to hear yours…



Finding and Editing Horse Images

Published by • Apr 7th, 2011 • Category: How It's Made, LeadMare Tales

For those of you who would like to participate in Part 1 of our Every Picture Tells a Story contest but aren’t sure where to start, I wanted to provide some links to free source images and online editing tools…



March 26th: Last Call & Spring Contest!

Published by • Mar 26th, 2011 • Category: GHC News

YAY FOR SPRING! Although it may not feel like it in your little corner of the real world, spring has officially sprung at GHC and we’re sowing the seeds for a new activity to help your creativity blossom. Inspired by our Every Picture Tells a Story contest back in 2007, we’re planning something similar with a fun twist that involves collaboration and competition…



The Bigger Picture

Published by • Mar 20th, 2011 • Category: GHC News, LeadMare Tales

Here at the GHC blog, we support young horse girls with a platform for their writing talent and volunteers who offer their expertise to showcase that talent. Our Submission Guide has information about the publishing process and tips for how to submit work that gets the attention of editors. But did you ever wonder how we think about what gets published from a bigger picture perspective? Well, now’s your chance to get a bit of history and information about our editorial process…



Celebrating Love

Published by • Feb 14th, 2011 • Category: GHC News

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! Forget cards and chocolates and roses — that’s so ordinary! Here at Girls Horse Club, we honor LOVE by opening general submissions for stories and poems about our beloved horses (whether they’re real or imagined). You heard that right — no themes, no limits, no deadlines, just open submissions…