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September – Join us for several days of education, shoeing, and fun! Our keynote speaker and clinician for our Fall Conference is Mr. Hank Chisholm, CJF from Mississippi. Dr. Cassie Torhorst Wallor, DVM will be giving an interactive lecture on lameness o Friday. Mary Taft-McPhee will be giving a lecture on Saturday about Financial Success […]
Dear Equestrians, A developer is putting in a bid to purchase the land around the Washington State Horse Park (“WSHP”) in Cle Elum, WA. While the Park’s 112 acres and most of the cross country tracks will remain intact, the trail system will be gone. We won’t have access to this safe, equestrian only trail […]
Courtesy of Lynnette Hoffman July 26, 2021 with the Home Town Debate There is a new business in the Toledo area and it fits right in with the country life. Emily Marshall opened High Tail Tack, which is definitely a tack shop. This one is a little different, it is consignment and the items are […]
Courtesy of John Baker July 11, 2021 with the MolallaPioneer Hooves pound on pristine turf as riders, a ball, and horses engage in a wondrous dance of strength, speed and skill. The sport is polo, and with the arrival of the Rose City Polo Club in the Molalla area, a fun and wholly unique adventure […]
By Karina Andrew July 16, 2021 with Whidbey News-Times Whidbey Island native Adrienne Lyle is riding her way to her second Olympic games. Lyle participates in dressage, an equestrian sport derived from old military horse training. The sport’s objective, she said, is “teaching the horse to listen to the rider’s smallest signals so that the […]
By Sally Spickard June 21, 2021 with Eventing Nation We’re eagerly anticipating the postponed 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, which are set to kick off on July 23 with the eventing beginning on Thursday, July 29 and concluding on Monday, August 2. NBC Sports will be providing a bulk of the live stream, including all equestrian […]
May 2021 – Erin Kennedy, DVM Success In Motion Veterinary Services, PLLC Pigeon fever has been an increasing issue in the Spokane area over the last few years. If you have had to displeasure of dealing with a horse with pigeon fever, then you know the importance of trying to prevent further cases. Fly control […]
April 7, 2021 by David Ochoa, KPIC ROSEBURG, Ore. – Two brothers are looking to put Douglas County on the map. They’re working on a project that could possibly get even the attention of the Olympics. Right off of Interstate 5 near Metz Hill Road lies almost 3,000 acres of land. Drew and Quinn Millegan […]