Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Tag: Rider Health

The Right Horse Finds Us

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Coming back from a serious injury is not easy. I truly believe that horses find us, we don’t find them. He is my prince.

A Tale of Tails

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In two weeks I will celebrate 6 years sober. I am in awe of that. I hope I never stop looking at the gifts that every single new day brings with extreme gratitude.

The Lady and I Were Dancing

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She could see past what Zorro and I were individually to what we could be together. Even though I thought she was crazy, I trusted her, and the journey began.

5 Tips for Keeping You and Your Horse Cool in the...

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Recognize Heat Stress There are some persistent misconceptions about exertional heat stroke, which may cause people to miss critical early-warning signs. One common myth is...

Meet the L Graduate- Jennifer Kotylo

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Jennifer Kotylo, of Chicago, IL, is a USDF L Graduate with Distinction who has also earned her USDF Silver Medal. How long have you been...

Rider Wellness for Equestian Competition: Part Two

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By Lisa Burch, Physical Therapist, Doctor of Physical Therapy This article was an honorable mention in the 2020 GMO Newsletter Award in first person experience...

Challenges & Rewards for Older Riders

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By Nancy Stone My husband’s kiss on my cheek, my morning alarm clock, gently wakes me from the warm depths of our down comforter.  My...

Rider Wellness for Equestian Competition: Part One

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By Lisa Burch, Physical Therapist, Doctor of Physical Therapy This article was an honorable mention in the 2020 GMO Newsletter Award in first person experience...

Full Circle on Centerline

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By Elyse Hart Welcome to Part 4 in our new series, “Clear Eyes, Sound Mind, Halt, Salute.” Focusing on equestrian mental health, these articles come from...

Keeping You and Your Horse Grounded in Times of Chaos

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By Sophie Wayner Welcome to Part 3 in our new series, “Clear Eyes, Sound Mind, Halt, Salute.” Focusing on equestrian mental health, these articles come from...
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