The Journey Revised

Things have been a bit quiet here on the blog, so many changes have happened over the past three months it's taken all that time to adjust. While we were in Romania in the end of March/ early April, an opportunity sprang from the ether and before we knew it our world travels were turned … Continue reading The Journey Revised

Pasta E Fagioli

A simple, hearty pasta dish Can be adjusted easily to be more like soup or sauce depending on your preference. Ingredients:Olive Oil 12 oz Small Pasta - rotini, elbows, ditalini etc 1/2 Yellow or White Onion, diced 1 carrot, chopped into small pieces, 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 15 oz can cannellini beans + aquafaba … Continue reading Pasta E Fagioli

The Joy of Riding Lessons

Wednesdays are my favorite days. In the mornings I do housework and work from home things, and then in the afternoons I go out to the farm for my riding lessons. Why riding lessons? Aren't I a professional trainer? Yes I am, and one of my core values is education. (Funny coming from someone who … Continue reading The Joy of Riding Lessons

Dear Heart – “Help” is Not a Dirty Word

Dear Heart, Asking for help is hard.  Accepting help leaves you feeling guilty. You've always been a do it yourself-er and a go-getter.  You don't want to burden anyone with something that you are able to do on your own - even at a cost.  You bear your own burden quietly but your eyes are … Continue reading Dear Heart – “Help” is Not a Dirty Word

Lets Talk First Aid Kits

Keeping a well stocked emergency first aid kit is responsible horsemanship. You can buy some already stocked ones online with the basics, or you can curate your own. Below is a list of the essentials you should acquire for your equine first aid kit. Amanda Soper Equine has no affiliation with any of the brands … Continue reading Lets Talk First Aid Kits