September 19, 2019

Fly Armor™ Introduced to Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers Club

Fly Armor™ Introduced to Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers Club Lexington, KY (September 7, 2012) – The war against insects is on – but thanks to the revolutionary new fly repellent system Fly Armor™, the war won’t last long! Charlie O’Hara, of Fly Amor, was a guest at the Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers Club (KTFMC) meeting in Lexington, and shared samples […]

Loretta Lynn Ranch Foreman Sings Praises for Fly Armor™

Loretta Lynn Ranch Foreman Sings Praises for Fly Armor™ Hurricane Mills, TN (July 26, 2012) – Fly Armor, a revolutionary fly control product, is making waves among horse owners, ranch managers, and equestrians across the country, and its most recent fan is the ranch foreman of Loretta Lynn Ranch in Tennessee. The famous country singer’s estate boasts as many as […]

Gear Up for Cowboy Crossings – The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Gear Up for Cowboy Crossings OKLAHOMA CITY—The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is once again proud to host Cowboy Crossings, a major lineup of fine art exhibitions and sales, Oct. 12-13, 2012. The Museum is presenting the Cowboy Artists of America (CAA) 47th Annual Sale & Exhibition alongside the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association (TCAA) Exhibition and Sale, now in […]

Dover Saddlery Reports Successful Grand Opening in Warrington. Pennsylvania

Dover Saddlery Reports Successful Grand Opening in Warrington. Pennsylvania LITTLETON, MA –July 19, 2012 Dover Saddlery Retail, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dover Saddlery (Nasdaq:DOVR) celebrated the Grand Opening of its first store in Pennsylvania during the weekend of June 15-17 with a VIP reception held the prior evening. The VIP reception was attended by over three hundred Dover […]

MDBarnmaster: Stable Fire Safety Tips and Recommendations

Another Devastating Stable Fire Rocks Horse World MDBarnmaster Responds with Safety Tips and Recommendations   Corning, CA — A March 10th barn fire near Chicago, IL, killed six horses at a small racehorse farm. A February 21st fire at a Thoroughbred farm in Michigan killed 27 horses. These are the latest in a string of horse barn fires in recent […]

Southern Eighths announces spring open schooling days

SOUTHERN EIGHTHS ANNOUNCES SPRING OPEN SCHOOLING DAYS    January 10, 2012—Chesterfield, SC– Southern Eighths Farm in Chesterfield, SC is giving Beginner through Training level Event riders and horses the perfect opportunity to prepare for their next competition or to bring a young horse along with its upcoming Open Schooling Days.  Mark your calendar now for January 21–29, February 18–26, and/or […]

What’s New in Managing Waste Today that is Green and Profitable?

What’s New in Managing Waste Today that is Green and Profitable? Green and profitable Equine Eco Green is setting standards for agricultural waste. This invention was the concept of Shelly Moore Townsend. As a lifelong equestrian her exposure to the many facets of owning a horse coupled with her concern for our environment led to the development of a process […]

War Horse By L.A. Pomeroy

War Horse By L.A. Pomeroy   “In grateful and reverent memory of the Empire’s horses who fell in the Great War (1914-1918).  Most obediently, and often most painfully, they died.”   So reads the memorial at the Church of St. Jude in London dedicated to the mounts that served their country in World War I. Overall, nearly eight million horses […]

Quincy the Horse-Perfect Children’s Book for the holidays!

Quincy the Horse-Perfect Children’s Book for the holidays! Children will bond with Quincy. A new series of children’s horse books in a classic, keepsake style for ages 5-10. In the second book of the series, Quincy goes on a trip across the country and learns that Horses are everywhere.Beautifully rendered illustrations in Quincy Moves to the Desert by Camille Matthews […]