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The Idea of Order: Giving Thanks…
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Many of us can list off the things for which we're thankful -- especially with horses in our lives. But what makes our horses give thanks? This edition of The Idea of Order imagines just that... and we think it's pretty darned accurate.
The Idea of Order: Happy Fall Riding!
It's fall, the best time of year to ride... or at least spend time preparing to ride your horse. You know, whatever it actually turns out to be. Happy fall, Horse Nation. Go riding... or grooming?
The Idea of Order: Trick or…
It's almost Halloween. 🎃 We're pretty sure your equine pals have some tricks in store for you... hopefully not quite of this variety? #halloween #trickortreat #theideaoforder #goriding
The Idea of Order: Fall Approaches
https://www.horsenation.com/2023/09/27/the-idea-of-order-fall-approaches/ Fall officially is here. Equestrians love fall. Lovely riding temperatures, beautiful leaves, festive and frightening doom squash, spooky horses... Wait, what do we like again?
The Idea of Order: Top 10 Things Equestrians Do Outside of Riding
Equestrians have plenty of hobbies outside of riding. After all, we like to talk about riding, talk about our horses, talk about the horses we might buy... Here are the top 10 things equestrians do when they don't ride. Happy Wednesday, Horse Nation!
The Idea of Order: The Problem
There’s probably a life lesson or two in this one if you think about it too hard…(or at least a few metaphors). 😜 Even if you don’t, I imagine most of us have been here (doh). 😅 Happy Wednesday, Horse Nation!
The Idea of Order: Lesson Horses
Ahhh, the lesson horse. The perpetually disgruntled and saintly beasts that sucked us into the horse world. We should all be thankful they were willing to tote us around in our early days of riding.
The Idea of Order: Braiding as Character Building
Being an equestrian is chock full of all sorts of character-building activities. Not the least of which is keeping your horse performance ready. In English disciplines, that means braiding... lots and lots of braiding...