Monthly Archives: January 2018

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As Some Doors Close, More Will Open

The Horse Industry is Struggling! The last few years have been hard on the horse industry and the Gaited horse industry is no exception. While some disciplines, show circuits and clubs are still thriving, many are struggling to stay afloat. Economy, lack of interest, lack of new blood, and many other factors have taken its toll. In just the last […]

She’s a DANGEROUS Horse! or is she?

Aggressive Horse Behavior You hear so many stories about dangerous horses. Horses that were completely “normal” at one time. Nice, ride-able horses…but at some point they changed. They became resistant, reactive or dangerous under saddle, mean on the ground, and no one can figure out what caused the change. As a result, many of these once loved and well cared for […]

Exploring Gettysburg on Horseback

The Battle of Gettysburg The town of Gettysburg Pennsylvania was home to one of the most infamous battles during the civil war. The Battle of Gettysburg was fought from July 1 to July 3rd, 1863. During these 3 days, some 51,000 people lost their lives. To read more about the Battle of Gettysburg, visit the History Channel website. Today, Gettysburg […]