Endurance Racing, Promotion and Special Events, Race the Wild Coast (South Africa) 2016, Videos & Helmet Cams

Racing the Wild Coast – Movie Screenings in Southern Ontario

  More screenings To Be Announced, please keep checking back and follow us on Social Media to be the first to know! Want to bring the film to your riding club or event?  Contact us to arrange a screening  or clinic.  

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Rider - Sarah

New Challenges

If you are a long time follower of this blog, or you just have been cruising through the archives, you probably already know that myself and the other fine women who write here are adventure addicts and crave challenges.  It's not uncommon for us to have already planned the "next" adventure before the current one… Continue reading New Challenges

Education, Rider - Ashley, Uncategorized

You Might Be An Endurance Rider if…

*cover photo courtesy of Wendy Webb photography Well, I did have the idea to write a humorous “you might be an endurance rider if” article for you, a la Jeff Foxworthy, but the recent issue of the AERC magazine has me changing the tone. I’ve been humming and hawing about whether or not to renew… Continue reading You Might Be An Endurance Rider if…

Education, Just for Fun, Rider - Ashley, Uncategorized

If the world were a logical place, men would ride side saddle – Rita Mae Brown

With the popularity of shows like “Downton Abbey” depicting glamorous and exciting hunting scenes with women riding sidesaddle, the discipline is seeing a resurgence in those looking to learn how to ride as a beginner, to those more experienced riders wanting to be able to hunt sitting aside. Thanks to the Ontario Sidesaddle Association hosting… Continue reading If the world were a logical place, men would ride side saddle – Rita Mae Brown

Education, Endurance Racing, Rider - Sarah

The Basic Trail Guide for a First Time Distance Rider

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

Endurance Racing, Just for Fun, Rider - Sarah

15 Types of People You’ve Definitely Seen at an Endurance Ride

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

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Just for Fun, Uncategorized

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

It’s that time of year where you see tons of companies doing giveaways and contests on social media so we here at Eat Sleep Ride Repeat jumped on the bandwagon.  We gave away an awesome Icebreaker Merino baselayer and a tshirt to one our lucky social media followers. Watch the video below to find out… Continue reading Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

Rider - Rose, Uncategorized

Be Prepared for Natural Disaster: Equine Evacuation

Many of you know Southern California is on fire. I am near San Diego and last Thursday Dec 7, a fire broke out in North County, about an hour north of San Diego. That afternoon I was on my way to the Fox News studio around 2 pm for an interview about my attempt to… Continue reading Be Prepared for Natural Disaster: Equine Evacuation

Education, Guest Posts

9 Really Good Reasons Why Endurance Riders Need To Embrace Dressage

Poor, much-maligned dressage.  It's the very antithesis of everything an endurance rider holds dear.  Who wants to celebrate the anality of the quest for the perfect 20-metre circle, when you could be heading down the trail, tackling the terrain and coping with the weather and never being judged on what you're wearing and how many… Continue reading 9 Really Good Reasons Why Endurance Riders Need To Embrace Dressage