Solo's Yakkety-Yak

Thank YOU!

Thank YOU!

The Solo FamJam has stepped up to the plate! Thank you to every one of you who helped contribute to the rescue efforts of the Lilac Fires. A port...
Devastation & Loss

Devastation & Loss

It's been an intense week. I sit here in Edmonton totally removed from the fires raging in southern California, but its as if I'm watching some ...
Black Friday Bridle Blowout

Black Friday Bridle Blowout

This is Solo Equine's first ever Black Friday and we're planning on making it great! It's been an incredible journey since we first launched our w...
Joseph Newcomb Seminar - Full Schedule

Joseph Newcomb Seminar - Full Schedule

We are quickly approaching the start of the Joseph Newcomb InHand Training Seminar at SpruceView Hanoverians November 18 & 19. If you are wanti...
European Dressage Bridle Trends - 2018

European Dressage Bridle Trends - 2018

"Life's too short to wear boring tack." Want to know what's hot in the world of Dressage bridles for 2018? At Solo we keep our fingers on the pul...
Joseph Newcomb Educational Seminar

Joseph Newcomb Educational Seminar

  Solo Equine & SpruceView Hanoverians is pleased to present an education filled weekend for those wanting to learn the art of InHand traini...
Fall Swag

Fall Swag

Its been freezing here in Edmonton, Alberta the last few days, and that can only mean one thing. Winter is right around the corner. In Alberta, w...
Why Consistency Sucks

Why Consistency Sucks

In 1999 a pair of Harvard scientists, Daniel Simons and Christopher Chabris, performed an experiment where volunteers were asked to watch a video...
Science Doesn't Lie (Infographic)

Science Doesn't Lie (Infographic)

 
The Importance Of Praise

The Importance Of Praise

I read this great story the other day about a teacher. The teacher wrote 20 sums on the board in front of a classroom full of teenagers. One of th...
The Dressage Lesson - A Poem

The Dressage Lesson - A Poem

Contact, oh contact, what does it mean? Trying to figure this out makes me want to scream Too light, too soft, too hard, too strong My instruc...
Signs You're A Canadian Dressage Rider, Eh

Signs You're A Canadian Dressage Rider, Eh

1) You've bent a hoof pick trying to pry snowballs out of your horses feet. Which leads to... 2) You have a crowbar and/or a hammer in your tie s...