#AdultAmmyStrong partners with equine photographer Alexis Malin Photography to cover the adult amateur and amateur/owner divisions at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida.
It's a new year. Time to reflect on what's been and aim towards bigger and better -- whatever that may mean to you -- in 2020.
As the year is coming to a close and we begin anew, I can't help but think about all that's changed in the last year, and even in the last three years.
Adult amateurs - we're a quirky group, there's no doubt about that. We're not all that hard to shop for. BUT, if you're family or significant other are at a loss for what to get you, or if you're just not sure what to put on your list, here are a few crave-worthy ideas for every adult amateur equestrian's holiday wish list.
Everyone grows up, that's just part of life. Equestrians put a lot of emphasis on age. Hell, we've even developed a system to where we can physically be one age but horse show at a different age depending on our birthdays. No wonder people think horse girls are weird.
I'm here to tell you that adult ammy life DOESN'T SUCK! Here are the top five reasons why ammy life is better than junior life.
I know I've been MIA lately. Life has been super hectic and unpredictable lately, but I have some big updates to announce soon. Can't quite let the cat out of the bag yet!
This is a bit late as we're about two and a half months into the 2019 season, but we just had our local association banquet and I wanted to wait to post this until I had all the requisite photos.
Read all about my first season showing with Pam Herman Farms.
Next up on the equestrian business Q&A series is a Herd of Zebras, an online apparel and accessories store but also a community to help people understand that while you are strong enough to stand alone, you don't have to! Find and run with the herd!
Equestrian business is thriving, no matter if you buy and sell horses, tack, or own your own unique service business.
The equestrian world is inundated with choices for new and used apparel and tack, and just about anything really, that I decided to start a conversation with some equestrian businesses that have both been around for a while as well as the new-to-the-grind smaller businesses that want to express their voices and passions for the industry.
I recently caught up with Lauren from The TackHack, an equestrian-inspired consignment boutique who's mission is to make it simple for equestrians to buy and sell authentic, high-quality used tack and riding apparel.
Have you seen the latest post from Heels Down Media titled, Did Instagram Kill the Equestrian Blogger?
Despite the rise of Instagram, I don't believe for one minute it's killed the equestrian blogger. Quite the opposite actually.