SHOW UP for Equestrian Trail Use!
Do you enjoy trail riding on our local and regional public lands? Many local equestrians do and find our local trails a major benefit of living in the Foothills. As trail riders, keeping an eye on the public trails for equestrian use is a necessity if we want to continue to enjoy them with our […]
Facing Fear in Riding
Do the thing you fear the most and the death of fear is assured. – Eleanor Roosevelt Having fears can cripple us. Fears are nothing to hold on to or live with. In order to be the best version of ourselves, we have to face our fears in all parts of life and take action […]
A Way Forward in the Horse World
One of the popular memes going around right now for horse people is that daily life does not look much different pre or post COVID-19. It is just the norm that some professional and amateur riders spend most of their days alone with their horses riding and training anyway. Some have had a breather in […]
Rider Confidence – Can I really do this?
May your choices reflect your hopes and not your fears. – Nelson Mandela Horse goals for each of us can vary greatly. For some it may be to just get on and feel safe, to trail ride around the block, to rope a calf, to correctly complete a barrel pattern, to remember the drill team […]
Winter riding in the Foothills – What do your horse neighbors do?
Being a horse owner in the Colorado Foothills offers different dynamics to riding in the different seasons. We have a plethora of amazing trails within an hour of our door. Our spring, summer and fall weather offers many days of beautiful outdoor riding weather, with few days lost to precipitation. But living in an arid […]