Blogger Pam Stone shares observations on the parallels between challenges in riding technique and personal life.
Blogger Pam Stone shares how she incorporates hacking and hillwork in the training of her young horse. Plus, check out her tip for riding safely in the heat.
Dressage Today blogger Pam Stone shares an update on her youngster Lucas and details her observations on gaining access to his back.
Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on her youngster, Lucas, who is a KWPN by Negro (by Ferro).
Pam reflects on the search for and arrival of Lucas, a 3-year-old Negro gelding with a great brain, a big canter and lots of promise.
Blogger Pam Stone shares reflections on her time spent with Gem, the fox-hunting Off-the-Track Thoroughbred, explaining why you don't need a dressage ring to work your horse correctly.
Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on Gem, a retired OTTB who traded in track life for the hunt field.
Blogger Pam Stone shares an update on her latest project: a pair of bay foxhunters.
While Americans often think of Germany and Holland as major horse-shopping destinations, blogger Pam Stone discusses the benefits of horse shopping in England.
Blogger Pam Stone shares her last update on her OTTB project, Voodoo, while explaining the benefits of working out of the ring.
Blogger Pam Stone begins a new journey with Voodoo, a 5-year-old Thoroughbred who presents some classic ex-racehorse challenges.
Blogger Pam Stone's time training Party Girl, an Arabian-Holsteiner mare concludes.
Try this tip from Pam Stone.
In her latest blog, Pam Stone shares an update on Party Girl, an Arabian mare who is returning to work after spending 5 years in a field.
In her latest blog, Pam Stone shares an update on another Arabian, named Party Girl, who has come her way for training.
Blogger Pam Stone shares some of the highs and lows of her winter in Tryon, North Carolina.
Blogger Pam Stone embraces the advice of the British Olympian as she continues to pursue riding opportunities.
As I increased Forrest’s trot time under saddle, I’ve sent periodic videos to Dr. Gillis whose most recent feedback declared he was looking sounder. What a relief!