Back in the day, many of us who grew up with horses had a more “traditional” view of feeding and equine nutrition. Thanks to ongoing scientific research, our horses can now enjoy an improved level of nutrition, performance and appearance. Here are five important things to know about feeding your horse:
ACTHA’s President Robin Tilghman, and current president of the Equestrian Medical Safety Association Dr. Debbie Stanitski have announced they have joined forces in creating a liaison for the promotion of rider helmets, accident prevention, risk reduction and safety on the trail.
In today’s world, multitasking is no longer a skill – it’s a requirement. From riding multiple horses to teaching lessons, keeping track of blanketing and turnout, farrier visits; vet appointments and more, trainers and barn managers have their hands full. StableSecretary.com founder Kate Rice knows that life well; after more than two decades of work experience in busy stables, she created StableSecretary to make the jobs of barn managers and trainers more manageable.
Some may call it fate, some may call it destiny, but to others it is divine intervention. When Andy Isaacs walked into a hair salon owned by Rita Kay more than 30 years ago, their lives would be changed forever, and together they would embark on a journey of favor and miracles that would be defined as “Many Marvelous Ways”. This by the way is the title of a book that Rita Kay is currently writing.
Lucy Deslauriers, 15, of New York, NY, emerged victorious in the Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series, presented by The Dutta Corp. in association with Guido Klatte, following the final event held Sunday, March 22, at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL.
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