A Saddle Fit For Cinderella

Saddle fit…this seriously overwhelmed me last summer. I touched on this a little in my first Kissing Spine blog post but didn’t go that far in depth on the saddle side. Quick backstory, last summer was Fiona’s first time on a regular training schedule since she put her hind legs through a fence.  Bad behaviorsContinue reading “A Saddle Fit For Cinderella”

DIY She Shed Equestrian Style

What do you think of when you hear the term “She Shed”? I picture a shed full of tack, bridles and halters hung perfectly, saddle pads organized by color, the smell of new leather, and ribbons neatly hung all around.  I mean that’s every Shameless Equestrian’s dream she shed right? Last Fall I put upContinue reading “DIY She Shed Equestrian Style”

Shine Without The Suds

Don’t you just love grooming winter coats?  Or even better, when those April showers bring May flowers…and a whole lot of mud?  I don’t know about you guys but I LOVE grooming.  If I’m being completely honest, I’m also OCD about having a clean horse. I know, why bother making sure Fiona is spotless whenContinue reading “Shine Without The Suds”

Kissing Spine: The Beginning

On February 17, 2020 Fiona was diagnosed with Kissing Spine. When Fiona officially became my horse I started her on a regular training schedule. Occasionally while under saddle she would start bucking and throwing a fit so I had a saddle fitter come out to see if my saddle was causing any discomfort.  Low andContinue reading “Kissing Spine: The Beginning”