In its 41st year, the Triangle Spring Sale is offering horses from NFR qualifiers and leading trainers and breeders across Western performance disciplines.
Brad Barkemeyer gives advice on what to do when purchasing a new horse.
Challenge yourself! Have fun and test your knowledge of horses and horsemanship with Horse&Rider’s Trivia Challenge, featured in The Ride newsletter.
You’ve decided it’s time to part ways with your horse and offer him for sale. Your friends are urging you to list him online, but how and where should you post an ad?
The prospect of upgrading your horse is exciting. It shows that you’re ready for more, you can set new goals, and you can expand your expertise. Riders who like to achieve thrive on that sort of thing. Onward and upward!
After hunting for a new horse for several months, Jennifer Paulson finally finds Minnie.
Are you an all-in risk-taker? Or a more conservative speculator? It matters when shopping for young horses.
Any performance prospect is a gamble. But you can up your odds of finding a good one by knowing what to look for, and why.
If you aren’t gifted with the Midas touch when it comes to horse shopping, Pat Parelli offers tips to ensure that your next purchase fits the bill.
You know what you're looking for in a dream trail horse, you just need to locate him. Here are six great places to start your search.