All Posts By: Bethany

A New Way to Consign with Taylor Hall

Taylor Hall is the owner and founder of The Tried Equestrian, a store that not only sells tack and equestrian apparel for less, but lets you consign in a personal way. Having a passion for helping both horses and people, Taylor has always involved herself in different aspects of the horse world including SPCA, Junior […]

Going Out on a TackHack with Lauren Garvey

Lauren Garvey is the founder of The TackHack, a space that has all of the best tack, apparel, and accessories for less! Having understood the equestrian world from a young age, Lauren’s goal for The TackHack is to provide your favorite equestrian brands at discounted prices so that you can focus on your passion for […]

Equestrian Magazine Roundup

Most of us have a lot more free time on our hands lately – I know I do! I’ve finally gotten to read all the equestrian magazines I have around the house, which has been so fun! There are so many great magazines out there that cover everything from great products to rider education to […]

From Penny Pony to Cowgirl Hall of Fame with Stacy Westfall

Stacy Westfall is a renowned trainer and all around horsewoman who specializes in reining. In 2006, Stacy was named world champion at the American Quarter Horse Congress freestyle reining competition riding bareback and bridleless aboard Whizards Baby Doll (Roxy). In the same year, Stacy was invited as the first woman to ever compete and win […]

Horse Rescue with Erin Ochoa

Erin Ochoa has been with Days End Farm, a nonprofit equine rescue program, for fifteen years and is currently chief executive officer. Having started out as a farm manager, Erin quickly fell in love with Days End and their mission of not only rescuing and rehabilitating horses that are suffering, but prevent abuse and neglect […]

The Art of Show Jumping with Andrew Welles

Andrew Welles is an international show jumper who specializes in training, sales, and competition at the highest level of the sport. Andrew competed at the FEI Nations Cup in 2009, representing the United States both in Austria and Portugal. He also represented the U.S. at the 2018 Spruce Meadows Masters, and the 2019 FEI Jumping […]

Equine Event Planning with Meghan Margewicz

Meghan Margewicz started riding at the young age of seven and continued to learn about the sport while owning a couple different horses, participating in Pony Club, and even working with trainer, Jenni Mcallister. Using her knowledge of the industry, Meghan is now the event director for the number one equestrian expo in the world, […]

3 Ways to Combat Poor Riding Posture

When you’re riding with constant instruction from a trainer, it’s pretty easy to maintain good posture within a daily or weekly lesson format. Over time, and without instruction, many adult riders (including myself) can get into the habit of slouching. The core of riding (pun intended!) stems from such a classical position that I feel […]

Leaning Into Resistance with Laura Graves

Laura Graves is an American dressage rider representing the U.S. Dressage Team. With many mentionable wins including broze at the 2016 Olympics, 2nd in the World Cup Final Grand Prix in 2017, and double silver medals at the World Equestrian Games in 2018. In the same year, Laura became the first American dressage rider to […]

Moving Up The Riding Ladder with Ellesse Gundersen

Ellesse Gundersen (Jordan) is a recognized international dressage rider that has competed in some of the biggest arenas and shows around the world including the FEI World Cup Finals 2018, FEI World Equestrian Games 2018 and several international CDIs where she has placed, won and represented Team Philippines. Based in Wellington, FL, Ellesse continues to pursue a […]