Barn fires don't have to be a constant threat. By taking soe precautionary measures, you can decrease the chances of a disaster at your farm.
Group lessons can be lucrative—here's how experts from various disciplines make them work.
Baby Boomers are not only active, but they have the time and money to spend on equestrian pursuits. However, teaching themis a whole new ballgame
A play day can make clients happy, give students (and horses) something waaaay different to do, and—don’t tell them, but—even improve their riding!
Before you accept a free horse, make sure you know what you are in for.
Certification programs for riding instructors are popping up all over the country. Here's a look at the pros and cons of getting certified.
As kids head toward summer break, many of them want to spend every minute at the barn. Here's how to keep them entertained in camp.
Horseback riding is becoming more popular as a therapy alternative for the handicapped and disabled. Here's what you need to know to start a program.