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Try Something Different: Fall foliage will be here and I could not think of a better way to enjoy the foliage than by horseback. With Covid 19 upon us the clean brisk fall air is a GREAT time to enjoy your horse. Most organized trail . . .
Whomever said size doesn’t matter has obviously never held a tiny cup of coffee on a frigid winter day. Rider to horse size ratio is…
Water plenty of fresh water, electrolytes if needed. most feeds provide an adequate amount. Schedule cooler turn out times. Ample shade or run in shed…
by: Christin W. Kaiser As we move through the Dog Days of summer (that forty days when Sirius, the Dog Star, rises with the sun,…
By: HMNH Editorial Staff After the hustle and bustle of the holiday season comes to a close, most horse owners begin to wish for spring.…
By: Jo-Jean January is a quiet time of year, other than the winter weather, and storms of snow, sleet and ice! The quiet comes with…
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By: Virginia Shaw is Head Trainer of Behind the Blue LLC As we say good bye to 2019, many of us as horseman have reached…
By: Linda Veblen Prime Time Riders had a wonderful meeting Oct. 12th at Welcome Home Farm in Greene, ME. Asa Woodman presented an introduction to…
The Carriage Barn Equine Adaptive Therapy Programs The Carriage Barn Equine Adaptive Therapy Programs is looking for volunteers to assist with Therapeutic Horseback Riding &…
by: Susan Cole Director of Development On Saturday, October 19th, over 400 of people attended the 12thAnnual Triple B ~ Boots, Band & BBQ and…
Westbrook Strong recently donated an Automated Emergency Defibrillator (AED)
to Riding To The Top Therapeutic Riding Center. It was purchased from some of
the proceeds from The Annual Westbrook Strong 5K and Matt’s Fun Run and was
presented by Laurie and Gary Rairdon.
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Keeping Your Horse Safe
DURING JULY 4TH
Common signs of stress:
*Repetitive head movements
Remember to be:
*Prepared and check on wen local displays
will be happening in your area.
*Check with neighbors and determine if