Tessa Ting balances her time in the saddle competing her two mounts, 10-year old OTTB Briyonce and 13 year-old Hanoverian X TB Lady Amalthea in the 1.0-1.10m jumpers and her full-time job as a respiratory therapist at a hospital. Tessa is on the front lines helping patients fight COVID-19 and is always on standby to head in to the hospital.
Learn how she balances work, riding and showing and what being #AdultAmmyStrong means to her.
In this unprecedented and crazy time, our daily lives have changed and many people are working from home. I work remotely as a full-time job and here are my five tips to help you be productive and working more efficiently from home.
These are definitely uncertain and unprecedented times. With an ever-changing landscape that is providing more questions than answers, it is my hope that now, more than ever, the equestrian community supports each other in any way possible. Many horse shows have been canceled and more making announcements every day, the equestrian community should come together to help ensure the health of the industry and sport we all love.
Laurie Berglie, or as many of you know her as @MarylandEquestrian, happily answered some questions about her equestrian side, but also her life as a writer. Learn about how she got to be a published author, where she gets her inspiration from, the best advice she's been given and what being #AdultAmmyStrong means to her.
We sat down with Southern Florida-based amateur hunter rider Laura Swanstrom Reece and discussed her life-riding balance, her gorgeous horse Dani and what being #AdultAmmyStrong means to her.
All horses go to heaven. No longer in pain or feeble, they wait for us at the rainbow bridge. We see them as they once were - strong, healthy and at peace.
But before I go further, I need to take a step back. To remember. To relive.
For the first time in a while, I've found myself officially horseless. I don't own or lease. And it's totally weird. I feel unmotivated and sad.
#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.