From staying on top of advancements in horse care to budgeting and marketing, there is always something to be learned that can make an equine business run more efficiently.
With all the options available, plan on how you will use your flat-bed trailer on your equine property to ensure you get one that fits your needs.
Here are tips to improve accessibility to riders of color at your equine stable.
For a true establishment of equal rights in a stable, the owner and management team must have a strong understanding of issues with inequity in their organization and the surrounding environment
Having more than one instructor at your horse farm can mean higher income, and bigger headaches if not handled correctly.
Temperament is only a piece of the puzzle; how the horse moves is equally important in selecting a horse for EAAT.
There are many ways that EAAT facilities can find the right volunteers to help with horses and clients.
Finding insurance coverage that is affordable while covering all of your equine business needs is not easy.
Trisha Kiefer-Reed offers three tips to running a successful equine business.
Whether your trails are strictly for boarder or you open them up to outside riders, you need legal protection from liability.
Incorporating streams into a horse trail on your property offers riders an increased challenge and lets you make the most of the property’s natural features.
Make sure you have enough trailer space to move all of the horses on your property and a well-maintained truck to tow them.