Any equestrian who has felt a genuine connection with their horse, knows how wonderful this is. But how is this achieved? In this post, Esther Berger and Monique Panhuijsen discuss the issue of trust in the horse&rider team and the role of communication in making and sustaining that connection.
Nowadays, a lot of importance is attached to wellbeing, defined as “the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy.” Is wellbeing only important for humans, or should it also be considered when deciding on the right environment for our horses? Read Anna Volkmann’s fascinating perspective on this issue in this post.
Winter is probably the older horse’s toughest season. In this two-part blog post, Dr. Clair Thunes explains why this is the case and offers some advice on helping your senior through this season.
Meghan Brady of Equine Solutions discusses the importance of relaxation in both horse and rider and how it can lead to improved performance and soundness.
In this first part of a three-part blog post, Katja Porenta EEBW, explains how taking a few minutes to give some attention to some small muscles after a dental check up can help your horse experience less discomfort and recover faster.
Part 1 may be accessed by everyone; parts 2 and 3 are open to everyone signed up to the Equitopia membership program.