Shoot-in-the-dark supplementing: ended

Nicole Reynolds tells us how hair analysis allows owners to more precisely support their horses’ health By LIZ CRUMBLY    Editor So how do horse owners know they’re supplementing their horses correctly? The short answer, according to Nicole Reynolds, owner of Nicole’s Natural Horses in Atlanta, Ga., is that many don’t. Reynolds’ antidote to shoot-in-the-dark supplementing? … Read more Shoot-in-the-dark supplementing: ended

Unique, useful, beautiful: Gift Guide 2016

We’ve searched the Southeast for the most unique, useful, beautiful selection of gifts for that special equestrian in your life. Here are our picks, gathered from quality small businesses and creative artisans who know what horse people need and want. 1. THE EARRINGS – $25 Designed by: Ainsley Jacobs, Ride Heels Down, Atlanta, Ga. These “Red … Read more Unique, useful, beautiful: Gift Guide 2016

Ride to the Olympics seeks to give would-be equestrians a toehold

One of the key concepts of 16-year-old Miguel Wilson’s Ride to the Olympics Foundation is rooted in helping others kickstart their equestrian dreams. The Atlanta native is himself currently building a riding career that he hopes will propel him to the 2024 Olympics in showjumping, and he plans to be the first African American member of … Read more Ride to the Olympics seeks to give would-be equestrians a toehold

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