See you at the Equine Affaire

This just in: NickerNews and BestHorsePractices will be at this year’s Equine Affaire! We’ll have a fantastic booth in the Better Living Center. It’ll be bristling with activity including giveaways (bumper stickers and lip balms) as well as raffles for great prizes, including Cotopaxi’s Perfect […]

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Welcome Libby Lyman & Hay Pillow!

This week, we welcome two new and exciting advertisers to our fantastic family of partners. Libby Lyman has been expanding her knowledge base, circle of comfort, and client list with a Gentle Approach to Horsemanship. She leads clinics from California to Maine and points in […]

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Welcome HayBalancer & Adventurista Designs!

2015 has brought positive changes to Cayuse Crest Communications, our family of sites that includes NickerNews, BestHorsePractices and UtahOutsider. We’re growing in readership and advertisers are jumping aboard. Please welcome Adventurista Designs and Dr. Thornley’s Hay Balancer. We met Adventurista Designs founder Meghan Holler at […]

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A Little Bundle of Burro

Cute burro faces and persuasive auctioneers make for a dangerous combination. Together, they have a way of convincing you that bringing home a 450-pound burro isn’t much different than bringing home a bunny. If you add to that scenario a cocky belief that handling this […]

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Holistic Healing Events in Maine

Serendipity Farm in Raymond and Ever After Mustang in Biddeford will each host a day of holistic healing next month – Serendipity Farm on December 6th and Ever After Mustang on 7th. Lisa Kent will treat and demonstrate in this two-day event for equines, people, […]

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Hello NCPG – See you in Elko!

Cayuse Crest Communications is proud to announce a new sponsorship agreement with Western Folklife, the non-profit organization that each year puts on the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada. This year, it takes over the historical Nevada town (Elko has been called “the last […]

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Talented and upbeat only begins to describe Mary Miller Jordan

Talking with Mary Miller Jordan, you can’t help getting inspired. A premier competitor at next month’s American Horsewoman’s Challenge, she perfectly oozes energy and positivity. I reached her at her Kelly, North Carolina farm, where she was juggling horse work, chores, and minding her four-year […]

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Spotlight on Baja Vaqueros

This year’s National Cowboy Poetry Gathering will shine the spotlight on the vaqueros of Baja California, folks who still adhere to the ranching and horsemanship ways used for hundreds of years on the rugged Mexican peninsula. They use horses and mules for their work with […]

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NickerNews at the OR

At NickerNews and BestHorsePractices nearly all our posts come from getting outside and spending time with horses. This week, however, we spent entirely indoors and horseless. Small sacrifice for what will be gained for our readership! Specifically we were at the Salt Palace Convention Center […]

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Great sharing features for rides and riders

As summer wraps up, the time is ripe for celebrating the season’s great rides, checking off some from the To Do list and make plans for bigger and better ones. Redmond Equine has a great way to share and get inspired with their new FaveRide […]

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