Tuesday, January 31, 2023


Heard Around the Arena


First Aid for Equestrians

These tips from an emergency medical technician and dressage pro could save someone’s life By Jennifer O. Bryant I keep an equine first-aid kit and reference...


When I walk into the barn in the morning, I am greeted by not one, but five sweet Irish faces. To say I am a fan of the breed would be an understatement. I love the temperament, and the versatility of  them all. It’s so important to find the right job for a horse, and for Archie, that is all of them! 

Horses & Healing

When I was introduced to Spring Ducatti - aka Duckie -  he was for sale because he was a bit too much horse for the adult amateur that currently owned him, and he was very athletic and powerful.  I was searching for my next horse, and I was told I should go out to try him.  I was blown away by his beauty and his movement - and a bit intimidated by his strength and athleticism. 

A Force of Nature

Rising Stars

The Big Red Bow


Cappa Irish Charmer

The mighty Irish Draught Horse! We are celebrating them as our January Breed of the Month on YourDressage! Dressage riders who choose Irish Draughts as...
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