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Horse-Related Boredom Busters 

Many of us have found ourselves with plenty of free time lately, with Netlfix and mundane house chores our only reprieve. But if you’re a horse lover (which I have a feeling many a blog reader here are), then the good news is that there’s an almost endless supply…

5 equestrian-themed crafts and activities

It’s time to break out the construction paper and glue! Here are 5 equestrian-themed crafts and activities for you and your kids to do!

1. Obstacle Course
Your kids are now horses! Have them complete a cross country course with cardboard jumps, water made out of paper, and pillow banks. Bonus…

5 Read Along Horse Books for Kids

What better way to keep your littles busy than a book. Not everyone has access to horse books or sometimes you just need a break from reading so a great resource is YouTube. There are so many read along books available. Here are just a few:
1.Every Cowgirl Needs a…

I Miss My Seasonal Depression 

I initially started this blog post weeks ago, where the focus was my struggle with seasonal depression, or seasonal affective disorder (SAD).  While I have never clinically been diagnosed, I am pretty sure I have it. SAD is a type of depression that is related to changes in seasons….

Grooming Hacks for Spring and Summer

 many of us are ready for some quality time in the saddle, whether it be a trail ride, horse show, or simply riding around the pasture. As most of us know, grooming is an essential part of horse care, and if you show, having a clean, shiny horse is…

7 Types of Horse Personalities

Most equestrians recognize that horses have unique personality traits. Much like people, these characteristics shape their behavior and how they handle situations. It can take some time for your horse’s true personality to shine, but stay patience! In time, their quirks and subtle traits will become very obvious.

In the…

7 Surprising Facts about American Mustangs

 In time, some of these animals escaped or were to turned loose, forming herds of what we now know as the American mustang. In fact, the word “mustang” comes from the Spanish word mustengo which means “ownerless beast” or “stray horse”. 

In the coming centuries, settlers’ horses escaped and interbred…

Horse Farm Financing 101 

 Along with the ownership of that horse came the responsibilities for keeping his stall clean, twice a day feeding and watering, 365 days a year.  While other kids counted their quarters for doing jobs around the house, I was counting the hours that I could go home from school…

Riding, with a side of Wine (or Whine)

To help me compile the perfect list of must-have items to pack for a show, I asked my Horse Glam followers on Instagram for their input. Surprisingly, or maybe not so surprising, wine was one of the top responses! More people ranked alcohol (to calm their show nerves) higher than brightening shampoo…