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  • Training for carriage: Ground driving step-by-step

    by Connie Moses, 2007 Written in 2007, this article documents all of 2-yr.old Glendale’s ground driving training sessions, from mid-June til November 2007 when he was first hitched to a cart. Please read Horse training disclaimer before you go further.

  • Horse Training Disclaimer

    Horse training accounts in this Blog are not intended to be instructional, rather they are descriptions of personal experiences with particular horses. Please do not assume that any other horse will behave or react the same as the ones described here....

  • Training your horse to be calm with hosing

    Good video on Hosing-- how to teach your horse to stand calmly for bathing. These same techniques can be applied to anything your horse is apprehensive about.

  • GSCA Recaps & Reminders -- May 2016

    GSCA Members enjoy Apple Blossom outing, Touchstone Farm The sun shone bright and a cool breeze kept all the bugs away at the rescheduled GSCA Ride and Drive...

  • Learn How to Carriage Drive, Where and When

    Several riders and beginning carriage drivers have asked us how to learn more about carriage driving, or how to start their own horse. Below are facilities, organizations, and professionals in the Northeast you can learn from!

  • Carriage horses summit Mount Washington— Video and Photos

    [2011 news shared on Horse Smarts Blog] Two NH-bred and raised carriage horses, named Gilford and Glendale, on Sunday July 17, 2011 took their owners, Rick and Connie Moses of Granite State Carriage, to the top of Mt. Washington. The event truly was a...

  • GSCA Recaps & Reminders-- April 2016

    by Renee Wormell Easter Outing The 65th annual Easter Dawn Service was held on the shores of Fawn Lake, in Bedford, MA at 6:30am on Sunday, March 27. Lay representatives from five of Bedford’s churches led the service early on Easter morning. A brass...

  • A tribute to Mischief, the once in a lifetime horse

    by Ginger Gerken Plisko Laplante Mischief wasn’t a fancy show horse. She was a family horse who brought fun and pleasure to all of us for 35 years rather than making her mark in the larger world of competition, although I think she could have, had we...

  • Hippotherapy or Therapeutic Horseback Riding – What’s the difference?

    by Carol Gosselin Most people would be surprised to hear that there is actually a difference between hippotherapy and therapeutic horseback riding.

  • Creativity and Love of Horses

    by Connie Moses Have we forgotten our inner creativity?? Already you express your creative self by enjoying horses:

  • GSCA Recaps & Reminders-- February 2016

    by Renee Wormell ICE HARVEST FESTIVAL: It has been a strange winter weather-wise in New England. The good news/bad news is

  • Horse Smarts & Carts BLOG from GSCA

    FOLLOW YOUR CURIOSITY FOR HORSES in “Horse Smarts & Carts," a blog for horse lovers... full of horsey tips, entertainment, and carriage driving equine knowledge. GSCA members and others share terrific experiences here!

  • The GSCA Wants to Promote your Business!

    Our GSCA website is a good place to get your business noticed by horse-interested people! List now!


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