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January 25, 2018 – Courtesy of American Horse Council AHC’s 1st Quarter Webinar to Discuss ELD Mandate – The American Horse Council (AHC) will host its 1st Quarter 2018 webinar on Monday, February 12th at 12:00 PST (3:00 pm ET) and will address the recent Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate that has caused much confusion and […]
January 23, 2018 – A note from Todd Trewin, President, the Authority Board. Dear Friends and Associates: On behalf of the Washington State Horse Park Authority Board, I’m delighted to report the Park received $2.0 million in the State’s Capital Budget that the Legislature and Governor signed into law last week. This award is designated […]
Dec. 15, 2017 – updates below – Washington State Department of Agriculture confirmed an Equine Herpes Virus 1 neurotropic genome strain in a horse in King county. The 13 year old Halflinger gelding has no neurological symptoms at this time. The facility is under quarantine and the remaining horses are having their temperatures taken twice […]
Dec. 6, 2017 – Courtesy of Tacoma Equine Hospital – The Washington State Department of Agriculture has recently reported that three horses tested positive for Pigeon Fever near the towns of Duvall and Carnation. A 15 year old Paint gelding, 14 year old Haflinger cross gelding, and a 25 year old Tennessee Walker mare are […]
Deadline for Electronic Logging Device has been extended to March 18th: How Will It Impact Long Distance Horse Hauling
Dec 6, 2017 – Note recent article links added below. Courtesy of The Chronicle of the Horse – Electronic Logging Device Mandate: How Will It Impact Equestrians? by Kimberly Loushin With the Dec. 18 deadline for commercial vehicles to be equipped with an electronic logging device, or ELD, fast approaching, concerns have risen in the […]
OUT OF THE WILD is the story of Henry McBride, a down and out cowboy with a painful past he can’t drink away. Living on his last dollar with nowhere to go, he ends up working the last place an old cowboy wants to be: A dude ranch. It is here he meets the owner, […]
Courtesy of Washington State Horse Park Nov 2017 Fulfilling dreams. Reaching for the future. Discovering common ground. This was the heart of the 2017 Unbridled Evening. Over 200 people attended the 2nd annual WSHP Gala on November 11, and we are beyond thrilled to announce that supporters raised over $100,000 in net proceeds throughout the […]
Farriers Association of Washington State Annual Fall Convention September 22-24 Featuring Trey Green, CJF and Ashley Green, DVM. The Fall Convention brings several days of learning and comradery in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. This year’s speakers, Trey Green, Certificated Journeyman Farrier and Ashley Green, Veterinarian, provided an immense amount of information, ideas, and insight topped […]
July 14, 2017 – Janice Hoagland Anderson was very surprised and happy to have won first place in the category of sculpture at the Emerald Downs Art Show in Auburn. Her sculpture titled “Hanging Onto My Dream” is available. Janice is professional artist and enjoys living in the Northwest with her husband, Ken Anderson and […]