August 9, 2020

Every Breath Horses Take Affects Every Move They Make.

Every Breath Horses Take Affects Every Move They Make.             “Respiratory health is essential to performance,” stresses Dr. Emmanuelle Van Erck Westergren of a key focus at her Equine Sports Medicine Practice in Waterloo, Belgium. The prominent veterinarian and thought leader spent 15 years engaged in equine health from a University-based perspective. She then left academia to apply that knowledge […]

Virtual Bookstore Launches for Horse Lovers

Virtual Bookstore Launches for Horse Lovers The Bookstore for Horse Lovers has launched to highlight the community of authors and reach readers who love horses. This hub was created by Heather Wallace, the award-winning author of Confessions of a Timid Rider and Girl Forward, for the benefit of all authors to expand their readership and make their books more accessible. […]

Stall Grazer. The World Champions Horse Feeder

Stall Grazer. The World Champions Horse Feeder To understand horse feeding, we need to understand how a horse is programmed to eat. Horses are grazers by nature and when you observe them in a natural pasture setting you will notice that their head is at ground level and that they are eating approximately 17 hours a day. This is nature’s […]

Haygain a Contributing Sponsor for USEA AECs!

Portable HG One Hay Steamer will be awarded to Training Level Amateur Division champion. Eventers were the earliest adopters of Haygain Steamed Hay when it was introduced 11 years ago, and Haygain is grateful for that launchpad to what is now widespread, global acceptance of its benefits. The company is excited to be a Contributing Level sponsor for the United […]

Gretchen Almy Designs

Gretchen Almy Designs Commissioned Equine & Canine Portraits, Fine Art, & Photography ABOUT THE ARTIST Gretchen Almy of Middleborough, Massachusetts, is an accomplished equine and canine portrait artist with collectors across the US and Europe. Her specialty is her gift to capture your pets soulful personality in a variety of styles. Whether you prefer exquisitely detailed photo realistic graphite drawings […]

Better Breathing

            Three horsemen explain why steamed hay is best defense against main causes of equine asthma.             by Kim F Miller The well-documented fact that over 80% of active sport horses have some degree of respiratory problem makes more sense when you visualize the actual size of the horse’s lungs. As Drs. Kathleen Ivester and Laurent Couetil, of the Purdue […]

Award-Winning Ranch Horse Tells All: Welcome to the County Island

Award-Winning Ranch Horse Tells All: Welcome to the County Island Looking for the equine voice of reason in these turbulent times? Meet Whiskey Ranch-Horse. Are you looking for a few good horse laughs? Going stir-crazy on stall rest in these uncertain times? Wishing you could escape to a place where the horses are in charge, the feed flows freely — […]

Judy and Kim Nordquist, Creating a Life-size Bronze Sculpture

Judy and Kim Nordquist, Creating a Life-size Bronze Sculpture To create a Life-size sculpture, the 1/5 Life-size scale model is sculpted in oil based clay from photos and measurements of the individual horse.      The clay model is then molded and cast in bronze with ancient art of lost-wax casting—the oldest example of this technique is over 6,000 years old. Judy […]

Vinyl banners, yard signs and sidewalk signs

Vinyl banners, yard signs and sidewalk signs Using vinyl banners, yard signs and sidewalk signs are great ways to show your communities appreciation for the healthcare and front line workers who have been instrumental in this pandemic. They can also be used to inform people of your current business hours, restrictions or intentions during these challenging times. We don’t know when […]

Antiquers adapt to Corona Virus with Video Appraisals

Art & Antiques by Dr. Lori Antiquers adapt to Corona Virus with Video Appraisals by Dr. Lori Verderame As the Corona virus has most of the world staying home, antiques lovers and spring cleaners alike are undertaking projects galore. If you can’t go to work and you can’t go out and socialize, you can try to improve your living space. […]

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