HB311 Bill Title: establishing a committee to study rail trail best management practices. (LSR#: 414) http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/House Status: IN COMMITTEE (Resources, Recreation and Development)Due out of Committee 3/11/2021Bill…
Posts published in “2019”
Parent Category for the Year 2019
Addition to: Scrapes, Miner Cuts and Gashes Thank you for printing the article Scrapes, Miner Cuts and Gashes. It was complete and very informative. I…
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 . . .
Here we are, summer is winding down, along with the deer flies and the alternately steamy, or dusty days out on the trail. In New…
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.
Please check out the October 2019 Gift Guide! Page 1 of Gift Guide Page 2 of Gift Guide
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He gives me that look. You know the one I’m talking about. The I’m-having-a-really-bad-day-so-your-ride-is-going-to-be-worthless look. I questioned whether he had given it to me the…
Umbilical infections, also called
omphalitis or omphalophlebitis, and are an
inflammation of any one of the structures
that make up a foal’s belly button. The
umbilicus consists of two arteries, a vein,
and the urachus. The umbilical arteries
carry deoxygenated blood away from the
fetus and returns the blood to the placenta.
The umbilical arteries give rise to the
round ligaments of the bladder in the adult.
The umbilical vein brings oxygenated
and nutrient-rich blood to the fetus from
the maternal circulation. In the adult the
umbilical vein becomes the round ligament
of the liver. The urachus is a remnant of the
canal that drains the fetus’ bladder
Keeping Your Horse Safe DURING JULY 4TH Common signs of stress: *Decreased appetite *Tail swishing * Pawing *Sweating *Vocalisation *Kicking *Repetitive head movements *Kicking *Flared…