Horses can have a huge impact on children and there are many ways for them to be involved. This issue of Horse&Ride Monthly is packed with reasons your child should ride horses.
Horsemanship is all in the details, and taking notice of the smallest changes in your horse's health or routine can mean the difference between a healthy, happy horse and a monstrous vet bill or disastrous ride.
Listen to Horse&Rider editor Chelsea Shaffer read "The New Pony" to her daughter, Elise.
Do you have a horse-loving kiddo? If so, sit them down in front of the screen for a special story time as Chelsea Shaffer reads "Fergus a Horse to be Reckoned With" to her daughter, Elise.
That first riding lesson is a BIG deal for your kiddo. Here's what gear he or she needs to wear to make that critical first experience in the saddle a safe one.
Wet saddle pads are just as good for the rider as they are for the horse. Here's why.
No matter what equine discipline you prefer, your horse's conditioning and fitness matters to keep them safe and sound. How do you get your horse in shape? Reined cow horse trainer Casey Branquinho shares his methods.
How being a mom changed everything in my horse life.
Texas Christian University Coach Gary Reynolds offers tips for riders who have their sights set on riding for a college equestrian team.