Hey everyone! Welcome back to another blog post! I know I have been MIA lately and I want to apologize. Life has been so crazy lately with final exams and the last days of the school year, but school is FINALLY done! Who’s excited?
Today, I wanted to focus on the best topic EVER… SUMMER! Yes, summer is officially here, and I am so excited to spend more time with my horse and soak up the summer sun!
I don’t know about you, but I love Instagram, especially when I get to follow people who love horses too. I love looking at my fellow equestrians profiles to follow along with their riding journey and progress.
Every Friday on Horse Chats Instagram, I do Follow Friday where I feature a few of my favorite Equestrians to follow. If you do not follow along with my follow Friday, I wanted to give you a chance today.
Welcome back to another blog post! Hope you had a great weekend 🙂
This past weekend I went to the Mane Event, which is a large horse event in Alberta, Canada. It was SO much fun and there were so many amazing speakers and equestrian companies! If you are in Alberta next year and are looking for a great horse event, I definitely suggest you check out the Mane Event!
I am SO excited to share with you the special collaboration I am doing with Lindsey from Alta Mira Horsemanship. If you do not know what Alta Mira Horsemanship is let me tell you a bit about this amazing blog ☺
I hope you had a Happy Easter! I am back at ya’ with another blog post today with 25 blog post ideas for equestrian bloggers. Sometimes it can be hard to come up with ideas, so today I am giving you some inspiration. Enjoy!
Spring is here! Who’s excited?? ME! For all of you who do not know, it officially started on March 20th. Spring is my favorite time of year because it starts to get warmer and the days get longer, which means more sunlight (yay!).
Because spring is finally here, today I am giving you my top 5 tips to getting your horse spring ready! I hope that you enjoy these tips and that you find them super helpful.
Two years ago if you would have asked me to ride an Arabian, I would have been terrified. Most of the barns I went to, two years ago, had many horses such as quarter horses, paint horses, thoroughbreds, ponies, and more, but the one horse I had never ridden before was… an Arabian. Because I had never ridden an Arabian before, I started to form thoughts in my head that Arabians were scary or “crazy” and it really started to impact my riding journey.
A couple days ago I found an inspiring quote on Facebook that said this:
“Ride softly, listen carefully, and love completely”
I wanted to share it with you because I feel this quote really represents what horse riding is all about. It represents what the relationship between a horse and a rider should be. Today, I wanted to give you my perspective and thoughts on this quote and what riding softly, listening carefully, and loving completely truly means to me.