Book Review: Roofs And Rails

Subtitled "How to Plan and Build Your Ideal Horse Facility," Roofs And Rails is another how-to in the long line of Western Horseman soft cover books. Written in 1995 by Gavin Ehringer, one of the finest rodeo writers in the industry, Roofs And Rails is probably one of the easiest books to read and follow on the subject of designing and building your barn and arena.Subtitled "How to Plan and Build Your Ideal Horse Facility," Roofs And Rails is another how-to in the long line...

Calm Those Competition Jitters

This is it. Competition day. Youâve spent weeks practicing. Nursed sore muscles daily (both yours and your horse's). Pushed on through the sweat and grime. Your horse is groomed and shiny as a new penny. Manes are pulled and braided, tails are snarl-free.This is it. Competition day. Youâve spent weeks practicing. Nursed sore muscles daily (both yours and your horse's). Pushed on through the sweat and grime. Your horse is groomed and shiny as a new penny. Manes are pulled and...

Say it with a Sign!

Whether you are a big riding stable or just a small home barn if you are not using signs you are missing opportunity, making more work for yourself and not playing it safe! Signs are one of the oldest forms of communication, using them effectively is keyWhether you are a big riding stable or just a small home barn if you are not using signs you are missing opportunity, making more work for yourself and not playing it safe! Signs are one of the oldest forms of communication, using them...

Free Educational Clinics at Palomino World Show

Eight free clinics will be presented at the Palomino Horse Breeders of America 2008 World Championship Horse Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma. For the third consecutive year, Sundowner Trailers will partner with the PHBA to present the "Sundowner Education Destination." Clinics willEight free clinics will be presented at the Palomino Horse Breeders of America 2008 World Championship Horse Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma. For the third consecutive year, Sundowner Trailers will partner with the PHBA to...

Keep you and your barn safe

For horse lovers, the barn is a favorite place - a comfortable, familiar refuge from the real world. You spend a lot of time in the barn, so don't take its safety for granted. Following are suggested ways to keep you and your barn safe.For horse lovers, the barn is a favorite place - a comfortable, familiar refuge from the real world. You spend a lot of time in the barn, so don't take its safety for granted. Following are suggested ways to keep you and your barn safe.

Make Your Barn Horse Safe

Stabling your horse can be a daunting responsibility on your part. You hold the key to his well being. By keeping your eyes open to potential hazards, you can drastically minimize, if not eliminate, all barn accidents. Here are some common safe practices to help do so!