A list of anything that does not fit in with the other riding and product review categories

Sports in Times of Crisis: The 1968 Olympic Games

When equestrians think of the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games, we tend to think about how impossibly hard the show jumping and cross country courses were. Or we think of Stroller, the incredible pony ridden by...

Why Every Dressage Rider Needs a Pickaxe

Dressage Today blogger and Adult Amateur rider Carolyn Healy shares her latest reflections on riding and the importance of “chipping away” at challenge. Source: Why Every Dressage Rider Needs a Pickaxe


I love the horse in history and art. A couple of decades back, I published a reproduction and analysis of the first book on horse anatomy ever printed in English, Andrew Snape’s, “The Anatomy of An...

Riding After a Fall

with Dr Amanda Jefferys Registered Clinical and Health Psychologist. B. Psych (Hons). M Health Psych. Doctorate of Clinical and Health Psych. MAPS. Registered Fitness Professional Source: Riding After a Fall

Is My Horse At Risk for COVID-19?

At the time of writing there have been 1,029 scientific papers published on COVID-19—two papers in 2019 and 1,027 in 2020! This illustrates how acute the emergence of this pandemic has been. I certainly can’t claim...