Winter is the perfect time to makeover your tack room and be organized for spring activities with your horse(s).
One of the easiest ways is to take everything out and separate items into piles: keep, store, fix, give away and throw away
•The “keep” pile might include the tack you use every day; first aid items, boots, and bandages and other frequently used items. These items should be clean and ready to go. Thoroughly inspect all your leather tack to see if it belongs in the “fix/clean” pile to repair any damage and give it a […]
Snowman, the Horse that Inspired a Nation
By Elizabeth Letts 336 pages (includes notes, bibliography and index), 2012 Ballantine Books.
Much in the fashion of Secretariat and Seabiscuit, The Eighty Dollar Champion is a well documented historical non-fiction novel, this one written by an equestrienne.
I had originally read the original children’s book many years ago, Snowman by Rutherford Montgomery published in 1962. So while I was familiar with the story, this adult version tells the comprehensive tale of the symbiotic relationship between a horse and a man with extensive detail of […]