CONNIE: Lessons from a Life in the Saddle is the fruit of an unexpected friendship between Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Horsey, the Los Angeles Times cartoonist and columnist, and Connie Cox, a veteran horseman who has spent his life driving cattle on the open range and riding rough stock in small town rodeos.
In celebration of springtime, we have dropped the price on several selected items perfect for the trail, like our insulted Trail Bag, now only $4! Check out all the great horse products, like saddle pads, tack and accessories at CashelCompany.com. The sale is only for a limited time and while supplies last.
NFUELNLOCAL.com, an affiliate of NFUELN with 40 years of experience in the fuel management industry, announced a new program enabling incredible savings for consumers and businesses on fuel costs. The new program, a fuel card, can cut fuel costs immediately for the equine industry.
Award-winning photographer, Arthur Frank, provides a stunning look into thoroughbred racing with photographs taken in the United States, France, and Ireland along with a powerful introductory essay by New York Times sportswriter Joe Drape in this new book simply titled Horse Racing.
Well-known author Gincy Self Bucklin has taught horseback riding and instruction techniques to riders and fellow instructors for over 65 years. The Gentle Art of Horseback Riding (Human Kinetics, 2013) should be a game changer in the way horseback riding is taught at the novice level.
With his black taco hat, shoulder-length locks and stubbled chin, Paul Pearman looks as though he would fit right in with the likes of rockers Keith Richards or Kid Rock, just a few of the celebrities who buckle up with Pearman products.
Temperatures are predicted to be colder than normal this winter for much of the United States. During chilly months, many people choose to heat their chicken coops, barns, and stables to maintain a comfortable temperature for their livestock.
So Southern is a premium boutique that specializes in making functional items beautiful, especially equestrian items. They began by making English saddle covers and have since expanded their product line to include Western saddle covers, Warmblood bonnets, helmet bags and other items all handmade from designer fabrics.
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