World-Class Braiding

By flyingchanges / September 27, 2021
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Ah, beautiful braids. It’s such a treat seeing horses turned out at shows with their manes and tails in perfect order. For many of us, this magic happens at some…

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Club Love. Welcome NorCal!

By flyingchanges / September 23, 2021

We absolutely love our Club News section! Check out these wonderful equestrian community members from OHJA, WSHJA, Woodbrook Hunt Club, The Equestrian’s Institute, the Bainbridge Island saddle club… and more!…

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A Closer Look at Tack Room Too

By flyingchanges / September 21, 2021
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Tack Room Too has been a family business since its inception, and the O’Briens have taken over in stellar form. In this column where we look and applaud our local…

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A Wild Ride on the Willamette Coast

By flyingchanges / September 17, 2021

Lindley and Justin Leahy offer horsemanship in the form of adventure. by Sarah Crampton In the day-to-day riding of horses for pleasure and sport, we forget that horses are also…

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Expectations in the Ring: Inspiration, Motivation, or Baggage?

By flyingchanges / September 10, 2021

I’ve been hearing a lot about expectations recently. To be honest, I hear mostly about unmet expectations, along with disappointment, and frustration. “I didn’t meet my expectations.” “I wanted to…

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Read the Latest Issue

By flyingchanges / September 8, 2021

Flying Changes Magazine is now on Issuu. This means, you can read our latest and greatest September/October issue on our website, free of charge. This includes links to the businesses…

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Trail Riding in the Pacific Northwest

By flyingchanges / August 9, 2021

Written by Corie Traylor The Northwest is paradise for lovers of the outdoors. Less than a day’s drive in any direction we can experience the pristine peace of high alpine…

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It’s The Partnership That Counts

By flyingchanges / August 3, 2021
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Looking Beyond Warmbloods by Sarah Crampton If you consider the definition of a sport horse, it is a type of horse, rather than any specific breed. Typically, it is a…

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#MYHORSE Maddie and Snow Cat

By flyingchanges / July 27, 2021

We love this feature and feel so lucky to present Maddie and her larger-than-life jumper, Snow Cat! This horse has a zest for life that is second to none and…

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Ride Big

By flyingchanges / July 21, 2021

by John Haime In John Haime’s new book he discusses the crucial role confidence plays in equestrian sports, how to cultivate your own confidence, and offers exercises and examples on…

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