Can’t ride because you’re injured? Here’s some ideas to cope with it!

Equestrian is not the safest amongst all sports, but, even if it was, life is dangerous in itself. As I’m sitting here in my chair with a broken rib, I’m thinking that there should be many other injured riders worldwide.

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Guest post: How Horseback Riding Can Help Disabled Kids

by Mike Shortridge Horseback riding has long been associated as a beneficial therapy for disabled children, helping them physically, emotionally and socially, not to mention providing them with a really enjoyable pastime to take part in with their friends and

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Back on Canada’s back

The first time I rode Canada he bucked me off and I got some injuries. After getting better, Yannis discouraged me from riding him again before he could see that I was able to control him. My fall still is

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Guest Post: Equestrian Careers

by Christine Meunier For those who love to horse ride, it may interest them to know that there are a myriad of equestrian careers they can pursue. Better yet, not all of them require that you have a horse of

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A kids birthday party!

  Being a regular member of EGVUS means that you have made a whole bunch of juvenile friends, who come to the yard for lessons and volunteering. You see, in the minds of the locals, equestrian is an activity for

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My last Inclusive Riding Session at Scropton

Hello! So, I have entered the last semester of my course, which means it’s MA Dissertation time! Many things end with the end of the spring semester at university and one of them was the equine therapy sessions organized by

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