Thoughts on Introducing Children and Horses – Getting it Right the First Time

This article originally ran in issue No. 106 Some people who know me know that I have three adult children who have become very successful in the horse business. Occasionally someone will ask me how that all got started. As I remember when they were pretty small we held them up to a horse’s face […]

Six Tools for Vaporizing Anxiety

This article is from issue No.108 My grandfather gave me a toolbox years ago that says on the front “Scott DePaolo champ.” Inside are a few tools. The important thing about tools is learning how to use each one for its intended purpose. With a tape measure, for example, an inch is still part of […]

Bryan Neubert in Franktown, Colo.

Bryan Neubert was in Franktown, Colorado over the weekend. This meant that in order to watch and learn from this gem of a horsemanship teacher I only had to drive a mere 30 minutes. Lucky me. And… Bryan was generous enough to let me film portions of the clinic for use in upcoming Horseman’s Gazettes… […]

Bring Your Students to a Clinic by Kristin Jacob

This article is from issue No.109 I am a young professional based out of Longmont, Colo., and spend much of the year competing with my clients on the “A/AA” Hunter/Jumper circuit. Superficially my clients and I fit all the stereotypes: we ride around on imported, fancy warmbloods, wear our hair up in hairnets under our […]

Translating Horsemanship Clinic Report

By Anpeytu Neier   For several years, Translating Horsemanship, a clinic held in the spring and fall at Sage Creek Equestrian, has offered riders opportunity to create greater understanding of and with their horses. Martin Black and Donnette Hicks teach three days of concepts to build and refine the vital skills of timing, feel, and […]

36 hours, 850 miles, 1.25 hours of footage and 1 duct tape truck repair

I’m just back from a quick dash to Clovis, New Mexico to film with Trevor Carter. I have to admit I was a little hesitant to leave the safe bubble of home, but I need to get out and film content for upcoming issues of The Horseman’s Gazette. Thanks to a pre-packed cooler of mineral […]

New beginnings & Friendship in Estonia

This past dark December month it became clear to me once again how horsemanship connects people, not only to horses, but to each other, turning strangers into friends. Early December I headed north for Estonia from the Netherlands. With my sister’s help, who endured many a Dave Stamey song on the days she and I […]

Interactive Arts Workshop – Association for the Promotion of the Art of Horsemanship in America

Bringing  together artists across the disciplines of riding, dance and music!  Saturday, April 27th hosted by Windhorse International, Bethlehem, Conn Sunday, April 28th  hosted by Rivendell Dressage, Millbrook, New York Learn more. Both Days are Sure to Fill your Ears, Eyes and Hearts with Wonder Through this educational event, artists will explore the various ways that […]

Handy Little Cowboy

photography by Sandy Black It was a cold breezy September day in Bruneau, Idaho when I walked up to the corrals at the Ace Black Ranch. Their fall branding was underway and what caught my eye instantly was a young man roping with down right proficiency. The clincher for me was finding out this young […]

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