Street to Stable® is a community that is connected by an appreciation for the equestrian
way of life. We are the storytellers that are dedicated to sustaining and preserving the artisans, educators,
entrepreneurs and artifacts that have a singular bond:
THE LOVE OF THE HORSE.
Street to Stable® is pleased to share the expertise of Darby Bonomi, PhD with our community in a regular feature column. Issues common to our sport will be addressed from both her perspective as a professional psychologist and as an equestrian and horse show mother, hence the title "Two Point."
Darby's personal journey is a testament to her authentic love for the equestrian way of life. Hélène T. Stelian expertly captured her story in a piece for "The Next Act for Women."
"The desire to be fully present with and for her children was the catalyst for Darby Bonomi, PhD to close her psychology practice of over 20 years and embark on a new path. Now, as her kids are older and more independent, Darby has combined her passion for horses and the equestrian sports with her background in psychology to become a performance consultant to equestrians and their families."
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Using experience, vision and hard work, founder and lead designer of Le Fash®, Arianna Vastino, has established herself as an innovator within the equestrian apparel industry. Known for her ability to create stylish looks that easily transition for the stable or street, her company recently launched a Lifestyle collection, inclusive of home goods and accessories, to compliment the well respected Le Fash clothing label.
Read below for this week's interview with Arianna discussing her vision for Le Fash Lifestyle, her collection for 2019 and insight into the future of her popular label.
Advice and trends published from the fashion and style experts from business publications and Street to Stable’s interpretation as to how they are relevant to the equestrian way of life. Topics include:
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A focus on resilience, meaning and purpose creates the groundwork for accomplishment and happiness.
Click below for professional insight on providing the groundwork for happiness in and out of the ring.
This weekend marks the pinnacle of the indoor equitation season as one qualifier's name will be added to the illustrious list inclusive of decades of previous winners of the Alfred B. Maclay Championship. Awarded on horsemanship, today's competitor requires technical skill and physical fitness to perform as an elite athlete.
Fitness has become integral for riders of all ages and aspirations to best practice the proper equitation associated with American Hunter System of Forward Riding. Read why fitness is important to athletic performance and how you can improve your skills by cross-training using The Fit Equestrian's "EQUITATION BOOTCAMP PROGRAM."
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