Vickie Rollack Needs Our Help Now

In much happier days, this was Vickie and Frostie. Vickie bred Frostie, raised him, placed him with very competent trainers and was looking forward to a future of rides, adventures, competitions maybe and fun definitely. This all changed on Monday, March 11th. For...

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Spotlight on Driving Clinicians

Interested in driving instruction from a member of the United States Driving Team? If you’re been bitten by the driving bug, how could you possibly resist the opportunity? Or perhaps you’d rather train someone who has worked for and trained with a USET member? USET...

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Riding with the Sniper Mindset

Could anything possibly be more difficult than controlling every ounce of muscle and motion of a 1200- pound horse? How about managing the thoughts and emotions that originate in your little three- pound brain? David Amerland, in his 2017 book, The Sniper Mind:...

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Super Shine It!

Do your boots look as tired as you feel? Would you like to have boots that look like new without the expense? Would you like to see water bead off the toe rather than creep into cracked leather? For a super shine on your riding boots that can toe the line with that of...

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STRIDE boasts over 300 members. Some of those folks live out of the area, and some even live out of state. Nevertheless, they are members and their participation at shows and clinics is a great asset to STRIDE. As far as core members, there are about 30 folks who...

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A Mission of Mercy

A few months ago, STRIDE featured an article about a horse rescue operated by one our members, Alyson Wheatley and daughter Loran. DreamCatcher Horse Ranch and Rescue does incredible things for horses and manages to keep hay in the managers through creative...

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