Prefer to Listen? I have a podcast!

Ep 20- Helmet Hair: Oh, We Definitely Care with Caitlin Gooch Adulting with Horses

On episode 20 of the Adulting Horses podcast, we welcome helmet and literacy advocate Caitlin Gooch, of The Black Cowgirl and Saddle Up and Read, as a guest host to chat all things helmets and hair. We dive into living on her family farm and how things are changing for her, why it's important for riders to consider their hairstyle for helmet safety, how brands need to change their mindset, and how you can donate a helmet to a child in need.  Find Caitlin on Instagram and Twitter @theblackcowgirl and on Instagram and Facebook at @saddleupandread to learn more. To donate a helmet, or learn more about how you can help make a difference here: Listeners can donate for helmets to saddle up and read’s PayPal. https://www.paypal.com/US/fundraiser/charity/3706821 My YouTube: https://youtube.com/@TheBlackCowgirl IG & Twitter theblackcowgirl IG & Twitter saddleupandread Facebook https://www.facebook.com/saddleupandread https://www.facebook.com/caitlinanngooch My patreon https://www.patreon.com/theblackcowgirl Websites saddleupandread.org theblackcowgirl.com Podcast art photo credit of Caitlin by Chris Facey.
  1. Ep 20- Helmet Hair: Oh, We Definitely Care with Caitlin Gooch
  2. Ep 19- The Necessities, the Boarding Barn Necessities
  3. Ep 18- Top 5 Things You Can Do with Horses by Redingote Equestrian.
  4. Ep 17- Heather is the Anti-Hero, or maybe just an idiot- and other fun topics
  5. Ep 16 Barn Style Hacks with Connie and Allison of Redingote Equestrian

Do you love to sit down with a good book? Well, I have a few I’d love you to read.

Adulting with Horses: Barn Time Planner

In stock
Product Details

Adulting is hard. Adulting with horses can be a real pain to balance work, family, and barn time. As a returning adult equestrian with three kids, three dogs, and a husband that isn't into horses, Heather Wallace gets it. It can often feel like you are working to pay for your horses so much that you don't have time to actually be at the barn!

That's why she's created a 6-month barn time planner to help motivate you during fairer weather, organize barn time whether it's ridden or unridden, and focus on your goals with your favorite barn pals. Every planner has monthly, weekly, and daily organization. But THIS planner takes into account your mood that day, what your goals are, what the temperature is like, and exercises that are unridden and ridden. The focus should be on quality time spent both in the saddle AND out. You'd be surprised what you can accomplish when you look back at all your progress!

Save this product for later