I've done 2 previous posts about my experiences in Mora, MO for ACTHA's Great American Trail Horse Festival.
ONCE UPON A TIME in The Magical Kingdom of The Ouachita National Forest there were four trail riders among the Tall Pines. Sound like a fairytale storybook...that is what riding in the Ouachita is like. The pine trees are majestic in size and being among them is a feeling of being small and inconsequential and at the same time being invincible and part of the magic is the transformation of stress into tranquility...you won't want to leave!
With the leaves changing color, a chill in the air and horses feeling frisky, winter can't be far away. As the cold air moves in, you may be wondering if you should blanket your horse for the winter. Will your horse be warm enough without one? What if you intend to do a lot of riding, or if it is an unusually cold winter?
The veterinarians of Palm Beach Equine Clinic (PBEC) have always enjoyed contributing to supporting the local community in Wellington, FL. As a leader in equine veterinary medicine, PBEC makes it a priority to share knowledge and guide the aspiring youth. Currently, through Wellington High School’s (WHS) Equine Pre-Vet Program, PBEC has a hands-on program for students to enrich the minds and further the careers of the industry’s promising young professionals.
The 2015 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity held its fourth day of competition on Sunday including the first go, fourth section of more than $500,000 added Open Futurity, plus ancillary classes for Novice Horse Non Pro riders.
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