Welcome Boulet Boots!

We welcome Boulet Boots, the storied, Canadian company, to the Cayuse advertising family! Boulet Boots was founded some 90 years ago in Saint Tite, Quebec. During World War II, it was the leading provider of boots for the Canadian Armed Forces, producing nearly 300 boots […]

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Problem Solving from On Pasture

We love opening the weekly newsletter from our friends at On Pasture, a livestock site which translates research and experience into best practices you can use. Subscribe here. Or, listen to this Down to Earth podcast with Kathy. Here’s a recent note from publisher Kathy […]

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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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Welcome Hitching Post Supply!

We welcome Hitching Post Supply to our growing family of advertisers. Vickie Mullen runs the renowned and reliable company from Snohomish, Washington. Hitching Post Supply was established over 30 years ago and continues to be a popular resource for horsemen and women, especially those interested […]

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Cayuse Corona Community, Week One

A note from the Editor, Maddy Butcher: Here at Cayuse Communications, we’ve been thinking about our community of horse owners and riders. How best to come together and share during this time? We’ve reached out to friends to see how they are making lemonade from […]

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Spring Reviews

Patagonia, LL Bean and other companies have resumed service during the pandemic. See initial reviews below. We love to give products a really thorough check, like the kind of vet check you’d give a new horse. Why? Because horsewomen are tough on their clothing and […]

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Elko on My Mind

Report from the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada: Maddy Butcher writes: We know horses grow and learn if their lives have a decent balance of comfort and discomfort. Without change and a little bit of uncertainty, there is no release and relief. There […]

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Survey Results

We congratulate survey participants from Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Washington as they were randomly selected as winners of Patagonia WorkWear. Congrats! Individually, we’ve sent them a women’s Barn Coat, Farrier Shirt, and Tin Shed hat. In the process, we learned a lot about our scores of […]

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Get in Touch with Horse Anatomy

Sponsored post: Horse enthusiasts, horse trainers, artists, vet techs, veterinarians, riding instructors, breeders, and horse massage therapists are all invited to a six-day workshop on equine anatomy, beginning March 21. Forty hours of Continuing Education Credits available. Learn more and register here. Save $250 when […]

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NOLS Horse Packing

Editor’s Note: Whitney Johnson is a former teacher and outdoor educator currently pursuing a Master’s in social work. She lives in Leadville, Colorado, with her three dogs and is still pining for a horse of her own. In this guest column, Whitney writes about her […]

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