One horse at a time, and one after another.

Heart Break

An animal does not have to die or become injured to break your heart. As a  professional horse trainer, my heart has been broken more than a dozen times by perfectly healthy horses and I am certainly not unique...

Just One Voice

Just One Voice

Written by Guest Blogger  Rebecca Kohles One of the hardest things to deal with in life is to be “one voice”.  It’s lonely and often unrewarding. I know because often, my one, tiny voice keeps me up at night....

Thank You Nutrena Feeds

Thank You Nutrena Feeds

Our horse training and equine theater business, KYB Dressage has been using Nutrena® Feeds as part of our equine health and nutrition program for over 18 years. We believe in their products, service, and integrity as a company. My...

Harvey’s Story

Harvey’s Story

Meet Harvey a 2 year old warmblood cross that was sent to auction and found himself in a kill pen. He was started under saddle and had great ground manners, so they tried to find him a home before...

Meet Daisy a 7 Year Old Welsh Pony

Meet Daisy a 7 Year Old Welsh Pony

I purchased Daisy for a Christmas present for my daughter last year. Not knowing the pony’s past, I made arrangements to have the pony shipped to Texas. After receiving the pony her previous owner contacted me telling me the...

Casper’s Story

Casper’s Story

This is my story on my American Saddlebred Gelding: Casper “Amber’s Spooky Guy” came off of a kill buyers truck in 1994. He didn’t want him because he was “wild” and difficult.  So much so that nobody could touch...