Category Archives: Books and Film

The Art of Seeing Lameness

We are all familiar with the scenario: We know our horse isn’t right…he isn’t performing like he used to, doesn’t seem comfortable, his transitions are poor, his willingness lacking. Of...

The Equestrian

At first, Sybil H Mair’s short film The Equestrian seems simple: a young man seeks the lost affection of an emotionally absent father through some great achievement. Yet, as this...

Friday at the Fest

The Equus Film Festival is best defined by passion. Whether a film is about reining, racing, or hunting for the origins of America's wild horses, dedication, love, devotion, and perhaps...

Not Just John Wayne Chasing Cows

The cool thing about equestrian sports is that if you love horses, you have a ton of choices—there’s truly a discipline to suit every personality. And more often than not,...

Some Amazing Women

What separates the equestrians at the top of the sport from all the other hungry, hard-working individuals striving to “make it”? In Riding for the Team, the new book from...

#BarnBFF: Around the Corner

“Canter around the corner. Then walk!” Kelly called out from the middle of the riding ring, a large sandy area surrounded by a bright white wooden fence. She was teaching...

Starting Right and Starting Over

World-renowned equine expert Linda Tellington-Jones’ healing equine bodywork and innovative training methods have revolutionized the horse training landscape over the last 50 years. Her unique blend of hands-on TTouch (a...