5 08, 2017

H&S Travel: Horse-Trekking in Iceland

2018-03-23T14:20:59+00:00By |Culture, Travel|

Photos by Boo Hardy Just don’t call them ponies! There is an awful lot of horse packed into these diminutive equines that possess an endearing shock of mane that goes in all directions. The Icelandic horses are Iceland’s most faithful servants. While their bodies may [...]

4 08, 2017

Patagone

2018-03-23T14:22:52+00:00By |Culture, Travel|

Photos by Stevie Anna, Javier Castillo, Carlos Montagut, and Anthony Taylor In this fast-paced modern world, there still exists a wild, rugged and untamed southern land. Described as, “A limitless place, a trail not yet taken. A land filled with inspiring tales and unaltered truths, [...]

18 05, 2017

The Age of the Equestrian Social

2018-03-23T14:52:18+00:00By |Culture, Lifestyle|

Social Media x Equestrian Culture Two major events took place for me at the turn of this New Year. First, I succumbed to increasing my data plan after several months of overages and arguing with my husband regarding who consumed more data (turned out to [...]

30 03, 2017

Curated by an Equestrian: Julie Ferris

2018-03-23T15:00:41+00:00By |Culture|

You’ve probably seen her work before, maybe on Instagram or elsewhere on social media. Her pieces are striking, powerful, bold, and immediately recognizable. Her name is Julie Ferris, and her work is the future of equestrian art and equine portraiture. Formal Portrait of Legato [...]

17 02, 2017

Thelwell: It’s a Pony-Mad World

2018-03-20T16:20:06+00:00By |Culture|

photos by Jenna R. Dana I remember the day my mother gave me my first Thelwell book. It was a vintage book that she had for some time and passed down to me the day I received my first pony. It is only fitting that [...]