Kathy Simmers recently wrote a book called Jump the Moon that is based on a true story about her daughter’s bond with a pony named Me Too. The beautiful illustrations throughout this hardcover, picture book bring to life an emotional journey that will make readers of all ages cry, smile, and cheer as it reminds us all to follow our dreams.
Looking for some Halloween and fall themed activities for your horse enthusiast? Check out the Allpony fall crafts and activities downloads!
We found the scariest looking abandoned horse stable photos, and we get spooked just scrolling through them. Hold onto your helmets and enjoy scrolling through our favorite scary barn pics!
Cute, scary, funny, creative….we are overwhelmed with ideas for amazing horse halloween costume ideas! While you’re planning your costume, celebrate Halloween with us and check out our Halloween Paper Dolls Pony Craft, color our Fresian Halloween Horse and pick your favorite spooky farm from the Abandoned Horse Stables.
In this “new normal,” virtual learning at the barn or horse shows has become quite common-place! Corral Riding Academy has taken great steps to keep their students active and working together by forming home-schooling pods and tutoring for students in their riding academy. Check out a great resource that Corral is now offering outside of their academy with “Pandemic Parenting” workshops, available online to provide parents and families virtual support.
Check out some of the Adorable Pony photos in the Allpony Pinterest feed and check back for updates for more cuteness!
Great things come in small packages! All colors, shapes and sizes can be found in the pony world but one thing remains consistent….cuteness! Create your dream pony with the free Choose Your Pony game.
Check out the Allpony Cool Horse Pics Pinterest feed and check back for updates with unique shots of horses and ponies.
First riding lesson! I love starting young riders and the first time they sit on the horse is a very exciting day for everyone involved, especially kids and parents! As a trainer who comes from a family of non-horse people, I know how confusing this sport is for parents. It is unlike any other!
Learn how to build your own horse barn out of a box. This is a fun craft project that kids can create with items around the house. They are a great size for playing with Breyer horses or with homemade stuffed horses.
This is a fun and inexpensive activity for kids to make, and horses love them! We made these at our barn summer camp based on a recipe from camp counselor Zoey. The kids came home from camp excited about the treats and loved feeding them to the horses!