Sue Tinder, owner of Tolland Falls Ventures, Sedalia, Colorado, lectured on Jump Course Design at the All American Quarter Horse Congress. Enjoy a copy of her presentation below and if you haven’t purchased a copy of her book, check it out here.
We have some new friends at Tolland Falls Equestrian Center. Check out these beautiful pictures of an Elk and Mountain Lion that were seen on the property recently. As always, please be alert and safe when you are enjoying a nice trail ride on the property.
Have you thought about how to select a horse boarding facility? The best decisions tend to happen when the decision was made knowing the trade-offs (pros and cons) of all of the options available to you. It makes sense to make your selection of where your horse is going to live only after you have thought […]
Relocating, or moving, is considered to be one of life’s most stressful activities. If you are moving your family, and that family includes a horse, you have just intensified the experience exponentially. This article is written to hopefully alleviate some of that stress by explaining how a horse travels, how to select a shipper, what […]