Sunday, November 4, 2007

Why Horses Are Important

If you study American History, you will recognize that horses helped develop our nation. While we no longer require the use of horses for transportation or field labor, we still gain enormous benefits from interacting with these majestic and regal creatures.

Riders learn responsibility and perseverance while developing confidence and self-esteem. In addition, the camaraderie among fellow riders creates an unique social lifestyle with the emphasis on physical activities and life-long skill development.