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Article originally appears in Equestrian Ontario Magazine, December 2017 (pick yours up at your local Ontario tack shop today... FREE!) If you have been following our series, you are likely now on your horse, looking down the open trail from the start line, about to embark on your first 6 or 12 mile distance ride! … Continue reading The Basic Trail Guide for a First Time Distance Rider
1. The Old Hat The distance between this rider's legs doesn't change when they dismount, and they have more miles under their girth than a migratory bird. Their horse never seems to break from its perfect 10mph trot and never seems to be all too taxed. The fountain of youth may be dry, but the… Continue reading 15 Types of People You’ve Definitely Seen at an Endurance Ride
Article originally appeared in the October issue of Equestrian Ontario (formerly On The Horse) Magazine. See it here or pick one up in your local Ontario tack shop today! If you have been following along with our series, you may be keen to load up your trailer and hit the trails with Ontario… Continue reading Your First Competitive Distance Ride
While we are all endurance riders here at Eat Sleep Ride Repeat, we do dabble in other disciplines and try to keep up to date with what is going on in other parts of the horse world. A recent article on Eventing Connect (https://eventingconnect.today/2017/10/09/grow-eventing-holly-jacks-smithers-kicks-it-off-in-ontario-with-a-practical-approach/) spoke to the state of eventing in Ontario. Many events saw… Continue reading Why Haven’t You Tried This Yet?
August 19 and 20th I packed up my car and headed to Solstice's home, at the Ganaraska Forest for the Summer's End OCTRA ride. This is a particularly special ride, as it started as a training clinic a few years ago and has grown both in popularity and in size as generous landowners allowed the… Continue reading Summer’s End Ride
I originally chose not to post the following article on my blog. I decided I didn’t want to be crucified. If I had posted the following article, I would have been banned from an entire series of rides and expect to be now.
If you follow along, you may know that I am addicted to adventure. There is nothing I love more than hopping on a plane and exploring a new place by horseback. This is what led me to reach out to the MacLeod family to attend their 3 day ride in Fort St. John, British Columbia.… Continue reading Titanium Run 3 Day Endurance Ride
Last week I wrote about a horrifying accident that occurred on trail to get across the point that your choice to not wear a helmet doesn't affect only you, but your loved ones and fellow trail users. For the most part the point got across and it has sparked lively debate about the use of… Continue reading About the big pink elephant in ride camp….
What in the world is an OPH?!? The acronym, coined by my friend Linda is for Other People's Horse. The OPH comes in handy when your horse is out of commission or you are between horses, maybe you are a first time distance rider and some "friend" conned you onto an OPH to get you… Continue reading How to ride an OPH