Friday Fun #115 – Judson Fun!

All week, the Alabama Horse Talk Blog has covered the Judson College Equine Program, and now that Friday is here, it’s time for a little fun.  Judson is an all-women’s Christian college in Marion, Alabama that is known for its quality of education, caring for its students, and developing young women of character.  Their equestrian [...]

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Black Friday Special

It’s that time of year again, and the holidays are right around the corner. Do you have that special gift for the horse lover in your life? Alabama Horse Talk is riding to your rescue with a great deal on AHT Logo T-shirts. While supplies last, get our pink or grey t-shirt with Alabama Horse [...]

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Thursday Tips and Trivia #131 – Judson Equestrian Trivia

Judson Equestrian Trivia – Judson College was founded in 1838.  The name was The Judson Female Institute. In 1904, the name was changed to Judson College. Judson is an all-women’s Christian college. Judson Equestrian program started in the 1920′s. Judson’s Equine Science program was the first in Alabama. Judson offers both an Equine Science Minor [...]

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Wednesday Wisdom #108 – Jennifer Hoggle

Alabama Horse Talk:  What is your history with horses and your role in Alabama’s horse world? Jennifer Hoggle:  I became interested in horses when I was a young girl, and although we did not live in a rural area or even have any history with horses, I was able to convince my parents to allow [...]

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ACTHA Looking to Expand Rides in the Southern Region

Sally Rogers contributed the following article about ACTHA to the Alabama Horse Talk Blog.  She is regional manager for the southeast and is highly involved in growing ACTHA ride events in our area.  The first annual Black Friday ride is this coming Friday, November 28, in Knoxville, Alabama. ACTHA  by Sally Rogers ACTHA’s history traces [...]

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Holidays and Horses: Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgiving Traditions Recently, I read a story about a lady and her horse.  It was a horse that she acquired due to a racing injury and ended up owning and loving for the next 21 years.  Each year for Thanksgiving, they made it a tradition to go riding, even if only for a few minutes, [...]

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