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Read about Allpony news and events, learn about horse sports and other horsemanship topics and fun info for kids, as well as book reviews in the Allpony blog.

Shetland Pony Race!

Shetland Pony Race!

Adorable and surprisingly fast, the Shetland Pony race is a fan favorite every year at the Washington International Horse Show. Established in 1958, the Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) is one of the most prestigious and entertaining equestrian events in North America.

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3Beats, The Online Marketplace for Equestrians, Launches Multi-Vendor Marketplace Website – Press Release

3Beats, The Online Marketplace for Equestrians, Launches Multi-Vendor Marketplace Website – Press Release

Susy Shearer, owner of Highline Tack and Fineline Tack, and website developer/graphic designer Susan DiFelice, creator of Allpony – Horsemanship for Kids, both life-long equestrians, have just launched a joint venture called 3Beats. 3Beats.com connects buyers and sellers of premium new and used English tack, riding apparel, and stable equipment, as well as offers a place to buy and sell horses. Sellers and buyers can view and post listings, make purchases, and manage their listings from any device.

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Allpony Horse Sports Video Series: Hunters

Allpony Horse Sports Video Series: Hunters

This hunter/jumper riding instructor interview is the second video in a series of educational videos intended to teach children about different horse sports. For the video series, I ask each horse sport instructor the same seven or eight questions in an interview format and then do a little hands on learning as a way to help to expose a whole new generation of kids to different horse sports in 4-5 minute long informational videos.

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Allpony Horse Sports Video Series: Combined Driving

Allpony Horse Sports Video Series: Combined Driving

This combined driving instructor interview is the first video in a series of educational videos intended to teach kids about different horse sports. I’m not an “in front of the camera” type of person, so please excuse my terrified expression. 😉 For the video series, I ask each horse sport instructor the same 7 or 8 questions in an interview format and then do a little hands on learning as a way to help to expose a whole new generation of kids to different horse sports in 4-5 minute long informational videos.

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