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Trick Training - Teach Your Horse to Kiss
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When asking your horse to kiss, always be aware that horses are big animals, and to have a horse’s head anywhere near your face can be dangerous. Always be ready to back away in case he moves his head too suddenly. And, ...
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How Horse Crazy Are You
13th May 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Are you horse crazy? How horse crazy: a little bit, or 100% obsessive? Some of like horses, while others can’t imagine even thinking about anything but. Take this quiz and find out just how horse crazy you really are. ...
So What Are We Wearing This Summer
29th May 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
If you’re like me you’ve spent the winter planning your summer equestrian wardrobe, and are anxious to get all the newest looks for 2016. Yeah... right... well, I patched my coveralls, wiped down my jodphur boots and shook the dust out of my helmet cover. But, just in case you ar ...
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Equestrian Sports Leading Cause of Head Injuries
6th May 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Over the last few months we’ve lost several top riders, and their deaths might have been prevented by wearing a helmet. A new study suggests that equestrians sports account for about 45% of all adult sports related head injuries. ...
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The Basic Stuff
24th Nov 2015   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Are you getting a horse? Chances are, if you’re getting your first horse, you’ll want to plan ahead and be sure that you have everything ready for its arrival. You’ll want to plan how you will house your horse, and have fenced paddocks and a stable or run-in shelter ready. And, y ...
What Not to Wear - Stable Style
18th Mar 2015   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Street clothes don’t always make good riding clothes. A few of these things I’ve learned the hard way. Others are (un)common sense. Here’s what not to wear in the stable, or when you’re riding. ...
The Life of The Coal Mine Pit Pony
3rd Apr 2014   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
A long time ago, a friend's mother took my sister and I, and her two daughters to see a Disney movie, The Littlest Horse Thieves. The movie was released in 1976 and was about three children, who on learning that a coal mine's pit ponies were about to be destroyed to make way for ...
Take Care of Your Riding Helmet
1st Apr 2014   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Your riding helmet is a very important piece of equipment that helps protect the one part of your body that is very difficult to fix if it gets broken: your brain. Helmets don't require a great deal of maintenance, but they do benefit from a little care to keep them clean and loo ...
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The Better You Ride The Harder You Fall [Video]
30th Sep 2013   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
I have some very strong feelings about riding helmet use. I've had two concussions, one because of a fall from a horse, another thanks to a drunk driver (but that's another soapbox). So, I am always excited to see the progress of a group called Riders4Helmets. How did Riders4H ...
Ten Reasons Not to Wear a Helmet
17th May 2013   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
We’re often told we should wear a helmet when we ride. However, there are lots of good reasons not to. Here are the top ten of my many reasons why I won't wear a helmet. After spending $60 on a wash, cut and blow dry, countless dollars on flat irons, curing irons and styling p ...
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Three Secret Steps To Foolproof Your Horse
12th Apr 2013   |   Horse Training   |   Polo the Weirdo
Foolproofing is a task so impossibly difficult that it often evades even the most brilliant minds of our time! You see, in order to foolproof a horse, a person must endure incomprehensible suffering, and take on tasks so impossibly difficult that they’ll have you sweating from th ...
Only 1 in 8 Riders Wear a Helmet When Riding Horses
18th Feb 2012   |   General   |   Painted Destiny
No matter how experienced you are, an unexpected bolt, rear, buck, refusal, etc could cause you to become unseated. Horses are unpredictable, and 'bombproof' horses can live up to be unpredictable. Helmets aren't expensive. You can find many for under $50, while paying for a hosp ...
Do You Always Wear A Helmet When Riding Horses?
28th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Hypnotic Equus
The risk of head injuries resulting from a fall are astounding. Equestrian riders are hospitalized because of serious head injuries more often than hockey, football, soccer, or boxing. We wear helmets in two of those sports, the other two we have things flying at high speeds towa ...
Barrel Racing - Part 4
6th Sep 2010   |   Barrel Racing   |   MoMoz
You are probably wondering if you NEED a barrel saddle to compete. Really, any saddle will work as long as it is lightweight and has a tall cantle (or back of the saddle). A barrel saddle would be best, but if you already have a saddle kind of like a barrel saddle, go ahead and ...
Equestrian Drill Team: A Team Sport for All Ages
8th Aug 2010   |   General   |   S Q U I
If you have ever wondered about what an equestrian drill team is, wonder no more! In this article, you can find out some cool facts about this fun, team sport. Drill team is a team sport consisted of 2 or more riders. The riders practice a pattern, also called a drill. The riders ...
Horse Show Checklist
19th Mar 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
Have you ever been to a horse show and realized that your forgot your girth? Using this checklist will help you not forget anything. Before a horse show, make sure your tack is clean and in working order. Make sure you horse is clean too. Go through this checklist the night befo ...
Ponybox News - Tablet Giveaway
31st Jan 2010   |   Ponybox News   |   PonyBox
Back in December Ponybox ran a contest through January 30th 2010 that awarded a Bamboo Tablet to the member that submitted a news post with the most valid comments in the Graphics and Product Review category. We had a lot of entries, but unfortunately many did not get approved f ...
IRH Riding Helmet Review
20th Dec 2009   |   Product Reviews   |   Comanche Ranch
When I was looking for a new helmet, my mom had a Troxel so I tried it. NONE of the Troxels fit my head! Believe me, we tried every Troxel my size. So we ended up trying the IRH Helmet. The first one I tried on was not only very comfortable, but showy, and had a dial in the b ...
Troxel Helmet Review
20th Dec 2009   |   Product Reviews   |   24601
Many people do not consider the amount of safety a good helmet can add to your riding experience. Horses, no matter how well-trained, are herd animals. Their main line of defense, is therefore, flight. If you're caught on a spooking horse, you may very well get thrown or tossed a ...
Extensive Guide to PB3
24th Oct 2009   |   Ponybox News   |   Four Winds
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