Browsing Category: Riding Advice

Master Your Mindset May Challenge

Are you guys participating in the Master Your Mindset Challenge from Noelle Floyd’s Equestrian Masterclass? It’s is all about overcoming fear, nerves, or whatever else may be mentally holding you back from accomplishing your goals in the saddle. The challenge officially started May 8th, and each week Masterclass members get access to one lesson from […]

Track Your Horse’s Fitness

If you find yourself riding sporadically or taking a break from the saddle, one big question mark getting back into the swing of things again will be fitness… for both you and your horse? How fit will your horse be? Did the couple rides over the past few months do anything? Did turn out and […]

Product Review: Coat Defense

I’m all about keeping my four-legged friends happy and healthy with all natural products, so when I came across Coat Defense I wanted to try it! There are two products, a powder and a paste. Both products are formulated for horses and dogs to help prevent and treat all sorts of skin problems including rain […]

Rose Gold Accessories

From phone cases to jewelry and now riding accessories, rose gold is super in. I love adding hints of it in my riding and everyday outfit for the pop of color and sparkle, not to mention it goes with just about anything! Since you’ll be seeing it a ton this year, even in equestrian fashion, […]

Putting Your Horse in a Frame

Riding a horse in a correct frame is so beneficial to their well-being because it prevents injury, builds his topline, and makes him stronger and more adjustable. Not to mention, riding a horse in a frame can avoid you having to fight with him every step of your ride! I always establish the frame at […]

Riding with Purpose

I figured out I probably ride roughly 30 times per week and I used to ride upwards of 60 times. From a riding perspective, this amount of time in the saddle keeps me strong, but it also makes it pretty easy for me to develop habits quickly. This is why every ride must be executed […]