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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….

Seasonal Body Weight Changes

Horses naturally fluctuate in body weight throughout the year based on the different energy input and output needs of each season. Let’s take a look at how each season affects our horses.

If you live in a cold climate, winter usually will demand the most energy output from your horse…

Healthy Fall Treats for Horses

Are you looking for DIY ideas on healthy fall treats for your horses?

It’s a time to indulge in some of our favorite comfort foods like soups, chili, or apple pie. Our horses can enjoy the season a little more, too, with a healthy fall treat. Below are a…

A Cozy Fall Outfit for Equestrians

Are you looking for a new, cozy fall outfit?

Leaves are showing us their brightest colors, pumpkins are piled on porches, and sweater weather is officially here! Last month I shared some fabulous fall finds for the equestrian home and today I’m sharing a stylish fall outfit for equestrians. Just…

Enjoying Fall Foliage from Horseback 

Fall is one of my favorite seasons with my horses and can be the best time to go trail riding. The weather is cooler, there are less bugs out, and the colorful scenery is beautiful. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you hit the trails…


 I don’t know about you but when those cooler temperatures and shorter days set in I covet cozy moments in our farmhouse.  I’ve put together some luxurious fall finds for the equestrian home.

Here’s a fun little guide to creating a welcoming, cozy, with a little bit of luxury, peaceful,…

Fall Horse Myths

There are many different opinions when it comes to horse keeping and making sense of it boils down to your own trial and error to find out what works best for you and your horses. Here are some common horse myths that specifically relate to the fall season.

Myth: Horses…

Trail Riding

Do you have upcoming trail riding plans?

Anticipated whinnies when the trailer door swings open. The early autumn sun warming your face and the crisp fall air filling your lungs. The crunch of leaves under hoof. The beauty of a new riding trail and the excitement of what will be…

Pumpkin Pie for Equestrians

Pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin cereal, pumpkin seeds, pumpkin ice cream the list goes on. I love baking and I am constantly looking for new recipes. While I was on Pinterest searching for unique pie decorations I noticed that there was nothing for equestrians!

With it being pumpkin season…

Fall Decor for the Home and Barn

What are some fall decor ideas for things you can bring in from outside, to your house and barn?
I may be crazy, but as much as I love the colors, the beautiful brown fall season here in Ohio pulls on my heartstrings. Something stirs in me, extra outside…