Patagonia Provisions for Horse Camping or Care Packages

During the pandemic, we’re finding ways to send our love across the miles. Care packages are back! Last week, my nephew got a package of cupcakes delivered for his 24th birthday. That’s very yummy and quaint, but what about care packages with more substance and […]

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Kyla Strange

Canadian horsewoman Kyla Strange has restarted her Khas T’an Horsemanship work and is excited to be offering a range of horsemanship services in and around the traditional territory of the Wolastoqey First Nation (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada). CONTACT US Are you looking to participate in […]

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Welcome Ranger Ready – Goodbye ticks

We’re excited to welcome Ranger Ready to our growing family of advertisers. Use the code “equine10” and receive 10 percent off your order. Ranger Ready is fittingly based in Connecticut, where tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease are a constant concern among outdoor enthusiasts. It partners […]

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Sugar Pills and Nonsense

Permit me a few peeves: 1. It’s that time of year. Like clockwork, scheduled with the turning of the leaves, I received two catalogs highlighting horse blankets this week. There were Easy Motion blankets, High Neck blankets, heavy-duty blankets, fleece-y blankets. red, blue, plaid, and […]

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Mesa Verde Horses Update

This week, we hear from the good folks at the Colorado branch of the National Mustang Association. The group has been intensely dedicated to helping the wild horses at Mesa Verde National Park. Writes the NMACO: For several years, we have lobbied Mesa Verde National […]

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Pest Control of the Winged Variety

This week, we hear from 2019 Best Horse Practices Summit presenter Alayne Blickle. Alayne travels internationally to promote her work around Clean Water for Horses. At the Summit, she will present on an array of concerns surrounding horse property management. Here, she writes about how birds help […]

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Horse versus Human, Payback

When guest columnist Katrin Silva wrote about her ultra running experiences in this column, she mentioned the Western States 100 trail. It covers the same path run by horses in the famous Tevis Cup race. Her column renewed our interest in the Horse versus Human […]

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A Valentine’s Giveaway for Horse Lovers

Enter Now! Horse people are funny. We don’t necessarily give a whit about “stuff.” Unless the stuff has to do with: our horses our horse dreams our horse goals our horse trips our horse accomplishments So Valentine’s Day might be just another day unless it […]

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Twice is Nice for Baling Twine

Consider all our horses and the millions of hay bales we toss to them every year. We’re now collecting it in Mancos. Bring clean, used twine to Mancos Public Library. Read the flyer here. Consider all that baling twine: Do you toss it? Do you […]

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Favorite Reads of 2016

We asked a few contributors for their favorite reads of 2016. Here’s what they picked: Emily Luciano, occasional guest columnist and director of Lucky Dee Communications Less is More Feel Defined Amy Skinner on Self Carriage Amy Skinner on Guiding WiseAssWallace on Gear Amy Skinner, […]

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