Today I visited a few new horse sites that I am pretty excited about.
Horse Blogs: I have only found a couple of horse blogs in my limited time as a blogger. For the most part, we horse people are a little behind the technology ball. Patricia posted a comment (at first I thought she was my friend Patricia in Bend), then I visited her site which led me to Horse Blogs. Hopefully they will find it in their heart to add me (I already made the submission), but there are some cute blogs there. I enjoyed the Pony Tail Club's Letter from Dad. The creator of this list also has quite the fun blog, Halt-near-x and she doesn't even own a horse. Maybe we could all get together and donate one to her.
Experiments in Training Equines. This is Patricia's blog. She has good stories and TONS of great links. I haven't even perused a couple of them, so I really am excited that there is much learning to be done there. Thanks Patricia for doing all the work! She has a list of all of her equines (and the order in which they were received), but the links don't work (BUMMER).
Horseville. First, they have an affiliate program, so people like me producing content can earn money from their ads, but they actually have a pretty large database of horses for sale. The interface looks a little archaic for what the web can now offer, but it seems to work well and they have lots of ads. Definitely look here if you are buying a horse. They also have a links page, I put me under Education. You can go there and rate me once the link is posted (hint hint, wink wink).
American Medical Equestrian Association Safe Rider's Foundation. WHEW. That is a mouthful. But, there are great resources there like a poster on helmet fitting. I am going to see if they will send me some that I can distribute to 4H clubs and local barns. A helmet that doesn't fit is pretty useless and as I have seen, most of them don't fit.