I know that while many of us hold aspects of Martha Stewart’s prodigious talents in the realm of all things home and kitchen to some degree “sacred,” perhaps a few of us didn’t realize her interests extended to the barnyard. Yes, Martha has a penchant for Friesians, and if this uber-busy-business-magnate can make time for riding and grooming and “playing horse,” then surely all those who have long tried to emulate her in other areas of their life can do the same!

As we can discover with a little help from the bestselling SMART WOMAN’S GUIDE TO MIDLIFE HORSES, making time to finally follow your “horse dreams” later in life can reignite your inner self; reinspire your desire to get out, get fit, have fun, and make new friends; and become one of the most fulfilling parts of what author Melinda Folse likes to call, “Your Life: Part Two.” Horsemanship, on the ground or in the saddle, offers a multitude of reasons to get out of bed every morning and greet each new day with anticipation of what lies around the next bend in the trail.

Midlife horsemanship–“It’s a good thing!”

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And just for end-of-the-week laughs, check out this fabulous clip of Conan O’Brien riding with Martha on her farm in New York…and you have to watch it until the end!