GUEST POST! How Horses Help with Your Mental Health

Hi there gang! International Cowgirl here! I would like to give a huge thanks to Sarah Jones for writing this month's guest post. Sarah is a freelance writer currently writing for Equi Supermarket in the United Kingdom. I hope you love her article as much as I did. Enjoy! ~~~ While our relationship with horses… Continue reading GUEST POST! How Horses Help with Your Mental Health

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Desert Dreams – The Gobi Desert Cup

It's August & I couldn't be more excited to share an adventure with you! I don't know about you but time is flying by this year & The Gobi Desert Cup is quickly approaching.   What is this GOBI DESERT CUP, you say? What: Taken straight from The Gobi Desert Website it is a "10 Days… Continue reading Desert Dreams – The Gobi Desert Cup

Therapeutic Effects of Horseback Riding For Adults

Guest post by the brilliant Mike Shortridge. Enjoy! Horses have long been used to provide therapy for both adults and children for a number of reasons as well as just for pleasure or for competing. Studies have proven the benefits of interaction between humans and horses over the years. Horseback riding therapy holds specific benefits… Continue reading Therapeutic Effects of Horseback Riding For Adults

Beezie Madden Does It Again!

US rider, Beezie Madden, cleared the final fence in the jump off during the fifth Annual Great American $1million Grand Prix in a blazing 44.479 seconds to bring home her second $1million Grand Prix win on Sunday March 25th 2018. Beezie is a four-time USEF Equestrian of the year & has been inspiring up and… Continue reading Beezie Madden Does It Again!

International Cowgirl & Alta Mira Horsemanship!

I did a thing y'all!!! We started off the year with a fantastic guest post from Lindsey at Alta Mira Horsemanship which was a hit! Over the weekend my guest post for Alta Mira Horsemanship went live & I am a proud blog mama! Lol! So head on over to Lindsey's blog website & social media platforms Alta Mira Horsemanship… Continue reading International Cowgirl & Alta Mira Horsemanship!

Cavalor – European Feed takes on America!

I am super excited to share this post with you all this week. I am a total nerd, so attending seminars seems to be becoming a hobby of mine. Recently, I attended a seminar for Cavalor which I have heard wonders about in the UK & from other horse friends in Europe but hadn't heard much about… Continue reading Cavalor – European Feed takes on America!

Celebrate!

Today, March 20th 2018 is the official first day of Spring & also International Day of Happiness. Two pretty cool days if you ask me! I am currently not celebrating the transition into Spring in any grand way since it is pouring with rain but I am low key celebrating by fawning over all the… Continue reading Celebrate!

This IS My First Rodeo! 5 Things My Mum Learned At Her First Rodeo!

I got to take my Mum to her first ever rodeo during the 140th Silver Spurs Rodeo  & I was a tad nervous to see her reaction. She is a woman born, raised & lived (for most of her life) in Edinburgh, Scotland where rodeo doesn't exist but she has traveled the world & has seen things… Continue reading This IS My First Rodeo! 5 Things My Mum Learned At Her First Rodeo!

Horse Communication – The Value of Being Present in Our Training.

Happy New Year everyone! I am so excited to bring you our first guest post by a new friend of mine, Lindsey Rains. We instantly clicked via blogging networks on social media (which is a wonderfully fascinating platform nowadays) & here is an incredible article that I feel is very fitting to start out 2018 with.… Continue reading Horse Communication – The Value of Being Present in Our Training.

Cowgirl Lessons – A Must Read

Happy New Year Everyone! How was your holidays? Mine were quiet but amazing! Did any of you get a horse or pony or Christmas? Another year passed & I woke up to no horse under the tree but I will forever keep my hopes up. So I adopted a new Christmas Eve tradition that originated… Continue reading Cowgirl Lessons – A Must Read